You want a lot for sale in Sian Kaan Biosphere Tulum Mexico? This is IT, this is the lot you want. There are no others that compare. Any one who has been looking for lots for sale in Sian Kaan will know this is the one.
A rare find, one of the last few vacant lots north of the Boca Paila Bridge, about 12 kms in from the entrance of the Sian Kaan.
Located just a few meters north of Boca Paila bridge.
Beautiful residential eco-lot in Sian Kaan Biosphere, 20 minutes south of Tulum. Super soft sandy beach.
Imagine having 468 ft of white sandy beach that reaches all the way back to the lagoon where you can have your dock to do some great Bone fishing or catch world class permit fishing?
This magnificent beach lot for sale is huge.
BEACH FRONT is 142 meter of beach ( 468 ft)
DEPTH x 144 meter deep ( 475 ft
TOTAL = 20,500 m2 . (2.5 hectares=5 acres)
Imagine having all that space to build your own private retreat.
It does not get any better than this...
Here you can build a tranquil eco home, solar and wind powered, up to 400 sq m ( 4700 sq ft).
Use it as a retreat or a vacation rental for surprisingly very good profits using a trusted eco tour operator as your booking agent. O
SIAN KAAN IS THE MOST DESIRED DESTINATION IN MEXICO BECAUSE OF IT'S NATURAL BEAUTY AND PROTECTED STATUS.
A little about Sian Kaan - it is a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE PROTECTED SITE.
Archeological Mayan ruins, lagoon wildlife, natural species, diving swimming kiteboarding and world class bone fishing quiet tranquil life are the draws here.
It is strictly residential and each residential lot must have at least 100 m of beach to build a residence. Any one building there knows and will tell you it is the most beautiful place in the world. Most of the owners in Sian Kaan love the wilderness the privacy and the uniqueness of the area. The homes in Sian Kaan are all low density and eco friendly, and very high end. The homes for sale in Sian Kaan are built to respect the terrain and natural environment. When the rest of the world is over build and neighbors are built side to side , the Sian Kaan will stand out in the world as the most exclusive and eco friendly neighborhood in the world. You wont see your neighbors because they are at least 100 m away, behind all kinds of palm trees.
Approximately one percent of the land within the reserve is privately owned. The rest remains as a wilderness reserve.
The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve was established on the 20th of January 1986 by presidential decree (under President Miguel de la Madrid Hurtado) and became part of UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere (MAB) program that same year. In 1987 the reserve was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As part of the MAB program, Sian Ka’an faces the greatest challenge of conservation: to find a way to integrate human activities without compromising other forms of life contained within its boundaries.
Sian Ka’an is approximately 1.3 million acres in size and spans 120 kilometers from north to south (comprising almost one third of the Caribbean coast of Mexico). In 1994 an area of over 200,000 acres to the south of the Reserve was named a Protected area of Flora and Fauna of Uaymil, increasing the continuous area of protected land.
The human population is estimated at 2,000 inhabitants, the majority of which are located in the coastal regions, especially in the fishing villages of Punta Allen and Punta Herrero.
"Sian Ka’an" is translated from Mayan as "where the sky is born" or "gift from the sky". The reserve is thought to have been inhabited in the pre-Classic and Classic periods as part of the chieftanships of Cohuah and Uaymil. There are twenty-three known archeological sites inside the reserve. Discoveries of human remains, ceramic pieces, and other artifacts have been dated up to 2,300 years old. The northernmost section of Sian Ka’an contains what is thought to be an ancient trade route through lagoons and mangrove channels between the cities of Tulum and Muyil. Parts of what is now the Reserve were once areas of chicle production and trade through the middle of the twentieth century, and the fishing industry is still one of the most important economic activities of the Reserve’s population.