Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Mexico’s Los Arboles Tulum eco-community now on sale ...


I know the pages on eclotourism and green hotels in Tulum, Mexico are the most popular on this blog - therefore I thought it would be useful to present you this development from the U.S. developer The Tierra Group.


Los Arboles, situated in Tulum, is an ecological subdivision of 221 residential properties located in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Lots of green efforts have been made for the development of the site: a comprehensive environmental study documenting all native flora and fauna, permeable roads, use of off-the-grid energy systems, constructed wetlands that work in lieu of septic systems, as well as a comprehensive home-owners’ association in place to govern compliance and harmony within the community.


Soif you have a passion for Mexico, Tulum, scuba diving, the outdoors, travel & the environment have a look at http://www.myjunglehideaway.com/ .

2 comments:

saveecodestinations said...

That sounds lovely, but snowbirds pollute a whole lot! I mean, I wouldn't imagine a person wealthy enough to be able to buy a place there who would also live there--they would probably work in the city. So flying back and forth from Tulum...seems awfully destructive!

aash said...

Hey that's a very interesting viewpoint of Singapore. Which hotel did you stay at when you were there. Maybe we should meetup sometime when we're both together in singapore. Alternatively you can visit Yellow Pages Singapore to check up on the latest happenings in Singapore. Small country but I simply love it.