For centuries the Huichol Indians of Mexico’s Sierra Madre Mountains have believed that nature and the inner spirit are forever intertwined as a life force known as “kupuri.” With your first glimpse of the gently sweeping oceanfront landscape that is the setting for Casa Querencia, you’ll understand why.
An easy stroll from the main house through a lush private garden with an outdoor bar and fire patio, is your own private cabana on Kupuri Beach, your home base for paddle boarding, beach strolls, or just reading and relaxing. The beach itself gently curves along the Pacific for a mile or so, its white sands stretching from just north of the point, east to the bluff. The most swimmable beach in Punta Mita, its waters are typically in the 80s; perfect for swimming, bodysurfing, snorkeling, or just hanging out.
The premier Kupuri Beach Club, next door to the property, offers ocean sports activities ranging from sailing to paddle boarding to spear fishing. The club also boasts a gourmet restaurant, outdoor bar, a spa, boutique, and a kids’ club and game room all available to guests of Casa Querencia.
You’ll also have access to all the beaches on the point, including The Residents’ Beach Club on the Four Seasons beach and The St. Regis Beach. The lively beach in town is home to many fishermen, local vendors and restaurants. The favorite beach of most visitors, though, is Kupuri. It remains a tranquil paradise where it’s not uncommon to walk its length and back without encountering another soul.
Begin the day with a walk along Kupuri, coffee in hand, for the incredible view at the top of the bluff. Just beyond is another mile-long beach; you can walk for two hours, past colorful Mexican beach houses, to the next town over, Higuera Blanca.