Imagine a destination where you never have to lift a finger, the rooms look like they were featured in Architectural Digest (because they were) and the perfect margarita is waiting for you. That, my friends is Casa Koko! And a couple weeks ago I had the amazing opportunity to experience it…
Casa Koko in Punta Mita
This amazing villa is located in prestigious Punta Mita and is just a short drive from Puerto Vallarta. The Casa Koko requires a minimum of 3 nights and 3 bedrooms and comes with a staff that is available 24/7. The property can accommodate up to 22 people with its 9 rooms! It would be a great vacation for your extended family, or getting 9 couples to go. And everything that you want is there — you won’t want to leave! But if you do, there are golf carts that can take you anywhere. You get preferred access to the St. Regis and several beach clubs, along with two Jack Nicklaus signature 18-hole golf courses. And don’t forget surfing, spas, and shaman! (More on that later…)
What to do at Casa Koko
On our first full day we joined Vallarta Adventures on a sailing trip. (And yes, I did get a bit seasick BUT when we were in the bay I was good!) Afterwards we went to Kupuri Beach Club where we enjoyed lunch and cocktails, of course. (Skinny margarita for me please!) And then we had the most interesting excursion ever… and it involved a shaman!
Getting read by a shaman
Admittedly I’m not into the shaman thing… but… she was SPOT ON. Seriously! Without going into the whole thing, she said I had lost my creativity and was hurting those around me. (And in all honesty, it’s something my husband and I talk about and that I need to branch out my business and be daring and creative again.) Like I said… she read me like a book and it was CRAZY.
Life at Casa Koko
Even though we had so many amazing experiences outside the villa, my favorite moments took place at Casa Koko. We had a white party where everyone PUT AWAY THEIR PHONES. Trust me, for this group that’s a BIG deal. And we had the BEST TIME! I had so much fun getting to know these girls better and I’m so thankful to Brooke for introducing me to this group and letting me be an “honorary” member of this Dallas blogger group of friends.