How to live a few different days in the Holbox?
It is always a good time to visit Holbox Island. However, summer arrives, so July and August become the perfect time to enjoy the beaches and the nature that surrounds us, the sighting of more than 150 species of birds, and enjoy the elegance of the flamingos in Punta Mosquito, one of the most important ecotourism activities on the island.
Ser Casasandra is quiet, our Spa Casa del Alma is the space to meditate, through yoga, relaxation, quartz bowl therapy. The occasion to love, to embrace yourself, to restrict the noise in our mind and to enter into connection with your own being.
Luchi Lux is a teacher of yoga and meditation and has worked extensively for several years in a search for well-being and extending love. Learn a little more since when you began your choice for yoga and the remarkable changes in your life, thanks to this practice.
We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep.
There are no reasons to convince you. I pretend nothing. Every day I realize to pretend is to stay away from Being: pure, calm.
Seema and Sean are a beautiful couple of newlyweds who chose Ser Casasandra as a witness to their union. We are love, we are one and we are happy to provide you with a space of peace and tranquility so that you can enjoy your ceremony.
In the winds of Holbox you can hear ancestral voices and ancient tales like whispers, each of these village stories, its characters and anecdotes are told through dances, songs and colors in the most festive stage of the year, the Carnival.
The month of April begins and in Havana, Cuba there is an unprecedented artistic movement. The 13th Havana Biennial, the largest visual arts event in Cuba, will be held from April 12 to May 12, 2019, with the commitment that the capital city of the island will become a “cultural corridor” in which the creators and the public interact.
Sandra Pérez Lozano, our full-time CEO and artist brings all her art to the Arsenal Habana Gallery, a community project of Ser Casasandra in Cuba.