Latinx-owned Airbnbs in Latin America from Mexico to Brazil | Wender Mind Kids

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Mostly Instagrammable places, authentic culinary hotspots, warm weather, private pools and of course ocean views. Latin America has it all and places like Mexico, Costa Rica and Brazil are dream destinations we can never get enough of. Whether you’re traveling for a birthday party, a weekend getaway, or a bachelorette party, we already know that Airbnb is an option of choice for many of us, but sorting through all the options can get overwhelming. Would you like to visit the Frida Kahlo Museum in Mexico City? Stay at Casa Jose Clemente Orozco for a short walk to the historic landmark. Read on for some of our favorite Latinx-owned Airbnbs for the perfect Latin America trip!

Estancita Elena in Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California, Mexico

Photo: Instagram/@estancitaelena

These rustic cabanas feel intimate and stylish on Ruta Del Vino in Baja California, Mexico. If you’re planning the laid-back weekend getaway, Estancita Elena makes perfect sense. It’s also a good choice if you want to go wine tasting in Valle de Guadalupe or visit the beaches in downtown Ensenada.

Estancita Elena, $185/per night, book on

Bohemian loft in Tulum, Mexico

Photo: Instagram/@casabohemia_tulum

If you are traveling to Tulum with a friend or partner, we recommend Casa Bohemia. It’s a private area in a secure area and its pool is reason enough to check it out. This Airbnb is located in Tumben Kaa, just five minutes from restaurants and fifteen to twenty minutes from Mexico’s white sandy beaches. If you’re looking for ways to get around, there are bikes available for guests to use and the superhosts, Jess and Miguel, offer scooter rentals.

Bohemian Loft + Bikes, $35/per night, book on

Spanish Colonial style villa in Tamarindo, Costa Rica


This Airbnb is located in Tamarindo, Costa Rica in a gated community called Pueblo Colonial. It’s the best lawn for relaxing by the pool and in close proximity to bars and restaurants. It has a fully equipped kitchen and BBQ so you and your group can enjoy meals together. The private veranda and balcony round out the list of perks because when you are in Costa Rica you must live the “pura vida” lifestyle.

Dreamy Spanish Colonial Villa, $201/per night, book on

Villa di Mare in Playa Puerto Nuevo, Puerto Rico


Despite being located in Puerto Rico, Villa di Mare exudes the atmosphere of a large Greek Mediterranean island. This Airbnb is very spacious, but let’s be serious – we check in here for access to the private beach. You can also just relax by the private pool and enjoy the salty Atlantic breeze. For other activities, this rental is in Vega Baja, which is less than five minutes from restaurants, supermarkets, and one of the top ten beaches in Puerto Rico: Playa Puerto Nuevo.

Villa di Mare-Oceanfront Modern Beach House Oasis, $301/per night, book on

Colonial house in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic


Located in the historic center of Santo Domingo, this colonial home pretty much beats when it comes to checking every box in the Dominican Republic. Historical sights of the “New World”? Check. Traditional colmado (a small grocery store) playing music in the evenings? Check. Walk to Malecon? Check. You don’t do the Dominican Republic without visiting Santo Domingo.

Beautiful colonial house with terrace and patio, $45/night, book on

Casa de Los Santos in La Paz, Baja California, Mexico


If you want to be close to downtown but don’t want to stay in a hotel, set up your stay at the Casa de los Santos in La Paz, Baja California, Mexico. Located between downtown La Paz and the beach, this Airbnb has everything you will love: indoor/outdoor kitchen, pool and grill on the large patio, popular cafes and restaurants within walking distance. The spacious and cozy accommodation is key to relaxation, but the large living room, dining room and kitchen will really bring your group together after a long day of exploring the city.

Casa de Los Santos, $187/per night, book on

Casa Jose Clemente Orozco Coyoacan in Mexico City, Mexico

Located just blocks from the Frida Kahlo Museum in Mexico City, Casa Jose Clemente is the perfect Airbnb that will beg you to move in for the weekend. What awaits you upon arrival: a master suite with its own patio and rocking chair (plus another room with beautiful garden views), living room, dining room, kitchen, a mezzanine that can be used as a study area, and a fire pit. We would argue that another reason to book this place is that this house was the first studio for painter and muralist Jose Clemente Orzo. It’s also surrounded by Insta-worthy markets and historic buildings.
Casa José Clemente Orozco Coyoacán, $170/per night, book on

Tiny House Nature Experience in Mairipora, Brazil


São Paulo is arguably the busiest place in Brazil, at least for travelers looking for beach parties, live music, good food, and strong drinks. But if you’re looking for a more relaxed, carefree mentality, then book this tiny home just 45 minutes from São Paulo. The residence is literally in the middle of a line of trees. The rooms are equipped with large windows, natural light and hammocks. There is also a garden, a balcony and a fireplace. Added bonus: you are within walking distance of a lake, so you can relax after a long day in the sun.

Tiny House Nature Experience, $101/per night, book on