Tulum: a confirmed vacation hotspot that is well-known for attracting a celebrity or two. Now a fully fledged bohemian mecca for eco-tourism, has Tulum reached it’s peak? Tulum’s development over the past decade has been staggering, but the potential for investing in Tulum Real Estate is only just beginning.
Tulum is located in the southern part of the Riviera Maya, on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. It’s just 90 minutes south of Cancun International Airport. It’s natural beauty is almost unrivalled, even in this stunning part of the world. This is mainly because Tulum is located just north of the Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve which stretches across 1.3 million acres. But the lure of Tulum goes beyond it’s biodiversity. Tulum has a long history stretching back to the 13th century. The remains of this legacy are still prevalent – Tulum is home to one of the only coastal Mayan ruins still in existence. Though Tulum’s history is a major part of it’s appeal, the town has developed a strong personality over the last decade that attracts visitors from all walks of life.
Tulum’s beautiful, powder white beaches, fresh water cave pools, historical ruins and jungle are complimented by donation-based yoga, wellness retreats and experimental food that brings a quirky, international flavour to traditional Mexican cuisine. It seems that the focus of all activities in Tulum is an eco-awareness and sustainability that create an air of ingenuity in all of it’s establishments. As a result, Travel + Leisure magazine has commented that ““In Tulum, luxury and earthiness coexist, but the coin of the realm is spirituality.” Basically, the people of Tulum know how to live well, and live right.
Investing in Tulum’s Future
Tulum’s growth within the past decade is undeniably impressive. But what is perhaps more impressive is the town’s dedication to maintaining it’s ethics regarding sustainable practices. Contrary to what many people believe, this approach has not slowed the town’s progress. Instead, it has attracted many like-minded individuals from the world-over. Tulum is as off-grid as you can get these days without Virgincrificing any modern luxury. Sustainable energy such as solar and wind are used extensively. Many local restaurants, such as Hartwood are completely off-grid. Instead of conventional energy, they use only solar energy for lighting and wood burning stoves and grills for cooking. This kind of mind-set has set Tulum up for healthy, and sustained, growth in the future.
Invest in Tulum Real Estate
Many people view Tulum as a quick luxury getaway from daily life. However, Tulum has long term potential that you should not underestimate.
Tulum Real Estate is a perfect investment for those looking to invest in an area that is poised for growth, while also maintaining it’s natural environment.
Despite Tulum’s rapid recent growth, there is still a lot of underdeveloped land that is assigned for urban development. As a result, it’s still easily affordable for those looking for a land investment.
For those wanting to invest in Tulum Real Estate, Virgin Group has developed it’s own, in-house project: Trinity Tulum.
Virgin Group have worked hard to create a balance of chic, avant-garde architecture and modern eco-living. The result: Trinity Tulum.
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