BLACK HOUSE TULUM
Urban development in the middle of the jungle, 800 meters from coastline, make a simple bicycle ride.
Units from 111 m2 to 355 m2 each with a pool and roof garden.
Marble floors, air conditioning and very fine finishes.
The building has an elevator.
We have as the main amenity El Centro Holistico, a space designed for healing and relaxation. It will have facilities for group activities wich will be integrated with the environment and the Mayan Jungle. Private areas will be integrated in order to provide other activities such as massages or meditation, and also you might find some other public areas just for resting. All above mentioned will have as main scenario the integration with the existing vegetation in order to have a smooth connection with the nature of the place and it is exlcusively for the owners.
IN ALDEA ZAMA
TULUM – MEXICO
Internationally renowned for its stunning beaches along the Caribbean sea and fascinating archeological sites, Tulum is one of the nine municipalities that make up the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, located in the tourism district of the Mayan Riviera.
Tulum was part of a series of a series of Maya forts and trading outposts established along the Caribbean coast, from the gulf of Mexico as far south as what is now known as Honduras.
It´s original name was Zama – which means dawn, or sunrise. Tulum continues to be the most visited archeological site in the state of Quintana Roo, with a total of 992,964 visitors in 2010, followed by the archeological sites of Coba and San Gervasio (Cozumel).
For decades, Tulum has been the epitome of Caribbean living for both backpackers and bohemians alike. An array of activities and attractions entice pleasure seekers from all over the world, such as kite surfing, windsurfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing, as well as land and water excursions. Nearby caves and cenotes (freshwater sinkholes) nestled in the jungle offer a refreshing alternative to those looking to wander away from the lazy beaches and their cabañas; yoga centers and alternative therapeutic treatments such as Temazcal are also commonplace in Tulum.
Local and international cuisine are available in a variety of unique eateries, as well as an eclectic mix of stores and boutiques offering mementos that embody the heart of Mexico. The region has an excellent climate, with an average annual temperature of 25.5 degrees C (78 F.) Offshore water temperature is about 80 F(27 c) and cenote water temperature for snorkeling or diving is 24 °C (76 ° F).
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