In the heart of the Malecon is this newly renovated casita. It includes a luxurious king size bed covered in cotton for true comfort, a sitting area with love seat, a spacious dressing room and bathroom with a walk in shower. The kitchenette has a microwave, coffee pot and refrigerator and all of this is thoughtfully designed to fit within a 550 square foot framework.
Enjoy watching cable on the smart TV or use your Netflix account. Plug your laptop directly into the high speed modem or enjoy the freedom of Wi-Fi. Set the temperature just the way you like it and be as toasty warm or artic cool as you please and feel the air move with ceiling fans.
A locked, private enclosed patio is an ideal place to curl up with a book or sit and enjoy coffee, an afternoon drink or night caps late into the night; all just for you.
This sweet casita is a perfect space for a romantic getaway. Spend quality time reconnecting and celebrating the magic of your relationship. Imagine sharing this intimate refuge with your love and later strolling hand in hand along the sea wall, laughing and talking and sharing food and drink from the various street vendors. Dance to the music all around you and soak in the magic of the Malecon and of Mexico. And then when it is time to return to your hide-away you are only steps from your door and a night together.
Do you just need some quality time alone? This is a great spot to rediscover, reconnect and revitalize your spirit in the breezes off the Sea of Cortez. Experience the unique rhythms of Mexico, and explore the colorful fabric of the Malecon. The spacious Vaquita Casita is designed for your comfort in every way.
The Malecon is a vibrant area of Puerto Penasco. It is filled with food, drink, shopping, live music and dancing late into the night. It is a fabulous experience and not to be missed. But when you have had your fill of the activities and night life, and when you are ready to call it a day, Vaquita Casita is an oasis providing shelter, safety, and quiet, soothing you into sleep and relaxation.
Designed to be all you need to enjoy your
escape with every amenity one would want. The space is filled with color and has a large king bed made up with cotton sheets for greater comfort.
A small kitchen-ette has a full sized, small refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot and glasses, mugs, dishes, silverware, knives, openers
to order out and dine in
A colorful loveseat and pillows offer a soft place to sit and enjoy a great book, kick back and watch a little TV or catch up on your social networking before you start your night.
The separate dressing area right off the bathroom has a custom crafted concrete counter, sink and banco. A large mirror and hanging closet offers the room you need to get ready for your day in Penasco
Lie back, relax and sleep a little longer. Have coffee in bed and snuggle. The TV also swivels if you want to lounge in bed to watch a movie. Catch a quick cat nap before your night
on the Malecon.
An outdoor room is the best description of this covered and locked patio. You can see out but no one can see in during the day. Sit outside and be protected from the elements and plan
your next adventure.
The vaquita is a species of porpoise that is on the brink of extinction. It only lives in one place in the world; here in the Sea of Cortez.
· The Vaquita are the rarest sea mammal in existence, are also the smallest cetacean on earth and is a cousin of the largest animal in the world, the blue whale.
· Vaquitas are smaller than dolphins, a heavier body, a round head with no long nose like a dolphin. Their faces are look as though they are wearing makeup and some even call them pandas or the sea because of the dark coloring around their eyes and on their lips.
· Vaquitas, belong to the cetacean family like their relatives dolphins and whales. They are also mammals, have live births, and need to come to the surface to breathe. They feast on fish, prawns and crabs, but prefer squid. And they also navigate and communicate using sonar.
· Although they tend to spend their time in the shallow water close to shore, they are so shy that you are very lucky if you spot one.
· The biggest threat to the Vaquita comes from the illegal fishing for an exotic fish called totoaba. Gillnets are used to catch the totoaba, but this type of nets entangles the vaquita and they drown, unable to reach the surface.
· In 2015, the Mexican Government banned the use of the gillnets for two years and many conservation efforts are underway which will hopefully save these timid beauties before they are lost to history.
· Estimates suggest that vaquitas may become extinct by 2020.
The vaquita, the world’s smallest cetacean, is found only in the northernmost tip of the Gulf of California, also known as the Sea of Cortez. It is estimated that there are fewer than 30 individuals of this beautiful species remaining in the sea today.