TAO Inspired Living is located in the heart of the Riviera Maya, at the north east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, featuring an array of attractions ranging from deserted beaches to modern architectural complexes, including hotels, marinas, sports facilities and gourmet restaurants. It has several small towns along its coastline; all of them located no more than 1.5 miles from the wonderful turquoise waters of the Mexican Caribbean. The most important towns in the region are Playa del Carmen, Puerto Aventuras, Tulum and Akumal. At the southern end you'll find the biosphere reserve, Sian Ka'an, a habitat noted for the richness of its flora and fauna.
The Mayan culture remains present throughout the area, in the many indigenous communities still found here. They strive to preserve their traditions, religion and social structure, although the real splendor of the ancient Mayan civilization is most evident in the numerous archaeological sites of this stunning area, such as Tulum, Cobá, Chichen Itzá, between many others. It is through the pyramids, playing fields, sculpted stone pillars, plazas and temples that some of the mysteries, still surrounding one of Mexico's most important cultures, have been partially deciphered.
Jungle, diverse flora and fauna, archaeological sites, deserted beaches, a turquoise-colored sea with crystal-clear water that turns to silver under the moonlight, the fantasy and warmth of the tropics and the mystery of an ancient culture which lives on today, are just some of the qualities which have transformed the Riviera Maya into a world-class tourist destination.
All year round you can expect sun and warm weather with an average temperature high of 30°C or 86°F.
Nestled in the private 717-acre Bahia Principe Residential Complex and surrounded by the world class Robert Trent Jones II 27-hole championship Riviera Maya Golf Course, TAO Inspired Living is a natural sanctuary situated in the middle of the Yucatan Peninsula's Mayan jungle with exuberant vegetation, caves, sacred natural rock pools and cenotes. A significant portion of the land remains undeveloped, so residents have breathing space and a strong relationship to the natural world, and access to more than 120 acres of adjacent land with hiking and walking trails for all levels of ability.
The Mexican Caribbean offers tranquil and uncrowded beaches, a vast network of underground rivers and cenotes, the action of eco-adventure sports; proximity to many of Mexico's most significant Mayan archeological sites; as well as golf courses, spas, shopping and gourmet dining to suit every lifestyle and budget.
The city of Tulum, just 15 minutes away, is the only known archaeological site located by the sea and visitors may enjoy visiting the well-preserved archeological Mayan heritage and nearby ecological reserves, all which provide the perfect framework to create an environment of total peace.