The Boca Paila Preserve is a unique parcel of land with over 866 meters or one half mile of perfect white sand beach and transparent turquoise Caribbean waters, located in the Sian Kaan Biosphere (30 minutes south of Tulum) where only 1% of land is privately owned.

Within the Boca Paila Preserve are 8 estate lots available for ownership, each with over 100 lineal meters of powder white sand beach that overlook the turquoise Caribbean Sea and the world’s second longest coral reef better known as the Great Mayan Reef. These beachfront estate lots extend from the Caribbean Sea to the Boca Paila Lagoon, one of the world’s premiere saltwater flyfishing destinations and are driving distance from the bohemian chic village of Tulum. Living in Sian Kan is the equivalent to owning a grandfathered private estate in Yellowstone or Yosemite National Parks.

Top Ten Reasons to own in Sian Ka´an

The nearby Riviera Maya has more attractions than any other Caribbean destination.

Living in the reserve opens up the possibility for experiencing amazing new outdoor adventures such as kite surfing, bird watching, jungle treks, kayaking, flyfishing, snorkeling or scuba diving.

Nearby Tulum is a chic bohemian village that is only a short drive away.

Owners are able to acquire over 100 lineal meters of perfect white sand beach with unforgettable views of the Caribbean Sea.

The Cancun International Airport is a short drive away and has direct flights to most of the world’s major cities.

The Sian Kaan Reserve is a natural haven with hundreds of species of tropical animals, plants and lush jungle.

Boca Paila is considered one of the world’s best saltwater fly fishing destinations.

Property values in Tulum and especially Sian Ka’an will likely increase because of high demand and limited supply.

Sian Kaan is a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site where only 1% of land is available for sale guaranteeing that it remains private, pristine, and protected.

What the press says?

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