Tulum is one of the most popular tourist destinations worldwide, nominated by the World Travel Awards as the best beach destination for its turquoise colors that are only found in the Riviera Maya.
The most important archaeological zones of the State of Quintana Roo, its Cenotes and Mangroves that are unique, Sian Ka’an, a nature reserve World Heritage Site, for all this and much more, Tulum is considered the paradise of real estate investment.
At Lotus Riviera Maya, we are specialists in investigating and evaluating real estate opportunities; we determine the most suitable investments for our clients according to their needs and objectives. We prepare a brief list of Tulum’s most important investment areas on this occasion.
This area enjoys a privileged location in the Riviera Maya. It is one of the first eco-tourism and residential projects carried out with planning and an urban strategy developed in Tulum. Here you will find many newer condominium developments, single-family homes, and a commercial area offering residents cafes, bars, and shops for convenience.
In addition to the benefits mentioned above, it has a very natural environment that makes you feel surrounded by the jungle. It is generally the most beautiful place with many advantages and benefits that no other site can match until now.
Also known as “La Veleta,” it is a rapidly growing developing area where many developers bought land and built condominiums and houses.
This area is in high demand due to its exceptional location, which borders Quinta Sur and Kukulkan avenues, with close access to the hotel zone that will be connected to the beach and coastal area.
Holistika is considered the “wellness” area of Tulum. It is one of the most attractive destinations in the world. This area is designed to truly experience Tulum: nature, paradise, jungle, retreat, relaxation, reconnection, and escape.
Located about 6 km from the archaeological site and is an exclusive residential area ideal for those seeking well-being and harmony.
According to the Municipal Development Plan of Tulum, the transition zone is called the group of 5 locations between the Mayan Zone and the City of Tulum. These are San Juan, Cobá, Macario Gómez, Manuel Antonio Hay, and Francisco Uh May, which is why these towns are in a transition between the traditional and the life of the city of Tulum, very possibly caused by tourism because they are an obligatory step from the hundreds of tourists that each year visit two of the most important archaeological zones such as Cobá and Chichen Itzá.
The most notable pros of this area are the availability of projects under construction and pre-sale. In addition, being a popular area for renters and most sought after by younger tourists visiting Tulum.
Investing in the center of Tulum is undoubtedly a safe option. It is the perfect place for the type of tourism that comes to experience the true essence of Tulum.
Investing in this area is the proximity to services, the beaches and ruins, and the guaranteed green spaces with the Tulum National Park ruins next door.
Considering a younger market, an adventurous type due to many bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and all the nearby services, the center of Tulum undoubtedly enjoys privileged connectivity and accessibility.
Tankan is a privileged area, embraced by a great variety of cenotes, jungle, fauna, and the impressive and iconic Caribbean Sea. Tankah is a place that inspires a deep connection with nature and the Mayan culture. In this bay, natural coves of cold water and an underground river that emerges from the depths of the earth to join the sea are formed.
It is just 15 minutes by car, south of Akumal and about 5 minutes north of Tulum. Tankah is one of the most extended bays in the Akumal area and has a variety of coastlines that are home to rocky and sandy beaches. In addition to the natural wonders it houses, it is an excellent residential and commercial area with private residences, condominiums, hotels, and restaurants. For this and more, Tankah is considered a new investment destination in the Riviera Maya.