Discover Cobá


Los Arboles Coba is the next generation of sustainable communities. Sheltered in the ancient Mayan jungle, Los Arboles Coba is designed to meet the needs of modern society, while maintaining the integrity of Mexico’s natural resources. Our 1,200 acre gated community offers residents an affordable and environmentally responsible sanctuary where luxury, adventure, and security co-exist.

So, go ahead. Chart a new course in Los Arboles Coba.


20 minutes from the booming ecotourist destination, Tulum, Los Árboles Coba is a private residential community designed with tranquility and privacy in mind. Situated within the tropical rainforest of the Yucatan, our expertly designed homes strive to exist in perfect harmony with Mexico’s rich biosphere.


Los Arboles Coba is the better future, here and now. Our company is passionate about the future of Coba, Mexico. We provide our clients with the unique opportunity to chart a legacy that lives on through the preservation of the ancient Mayan jungle.


Permeable roads, alternative energy, local and naturally harvested materials, green areas and easy access to community amenities make Los Arboles Coba a dream home site for the eco-conscious. Using our resources as your guide, imagine your dream home and we’ll make sure it is sustainable.

Estate-Style Home Sites
Acre Community Center Space
Total Conservation
Mile long Coastline 20 minutes away
Mexico's Ranking in the World Economy
Acres of Protected area with exotic flora & fauna


Residential Building Program

Imagine a home where luxury, design, and technology work harmoniously with nature. Our team of professionals work to compliment the lush biosphere of the Yucatan jungle as we marry low impact construction practices with alternative energy sources.


Los Árboles Coba fulfills both the most basic and refined needs of our customers:

  • Clear Title
  • Affordability
  • Convenience
  • Security
  • Privacy
  • Ecological Sustainability
  • Comfort
  • Beauty
  • A Sense of Community
  • Staff Support During Purchase and Construction


With Design in Mind

Proper Site Orientation

Passive Energy Design

Alternative Energy Sources

Low-mass construction

Ventilated roof spaces

High Efficiency Appliances

Screened and Shaded

Natural and Sustainable Materials

Natural Lighting

Water conservation features

Dimensional Planning

Hurricane Resistant


Five Stars are Not Enough

Our community is located between the towns of Tulum and Cobá, Mexico, near the Riviera Maya. We are a short drive from the pristine beaches of Tulum, nestled in the old growth forests of the Yucatán Peninsula.

Cobá is a large archeological city of the Pre-Columbian Maya civilization, located in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. About 90 km east of the Mayan site of Chichen Itza, about 40 km west of the Caribbean Sea, and 49 km northwest of the Tulum, Cobá is located around two lagoons. A series of elevated stone and plaster roads radiate from the central site to various smaller sites near and far, these are known by the Mayan term sacbe (plural sacbeob). Some of these causeways go east to the Caribbean coast, and the longest runs over 100 kilometers (62 mi) westwards to the site of Yaxuna. The site contains several large temple pyramids, the tallest, in what is known as the Nohoch Mul group of structures, standing some 42 metres (138 ft) in height.

Tulum Archaeological Site

Tulum Archaeological Site

The Tulum ruins are one of the most popular Mayan archaeological sites along the Rivera Maya. Sitting on a patch of rocky coastline overlooking the Carribbean just south of Tulum’s downtown, the ruins showcase several templos (temples) and castillos (castles) from the once thriving pre-Colombian Mayans. It served as the port for Coba and is the only Mayan site ever built on the sea.

Coba Archaeological Site

Coba Archaeological Site

One of the priciple interests at Coba is the Nohoch Mul, the highest pyramid in the Yucatan Penisula. If you climb to the top, you can see a spectacular view of the surrounding jungle and other structures of the city. It is believed that Coba was the major connecting point between the Caribbean Ocean and the interior cities of the Yucatan. Approximately 50,000 people lived in and around Coba.

Tulum Beaches

Tulum Beaches

Considered among the best preserved and most enjoyable in the world, Tulum beaches are surrounded by ancient Mayan ruins, some dating back to A.D. 250. Visitors can indulge in pristine white limestone sands and crystal blue waters free of large resort development. Located around 145 km (75 miles) south of Cancun, Tulum beaches promise privacy, beauty and absolute serenity.

Cenotes, or Sinkholes

Cenotes, or Sinkholes

A cenote is a natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath. Especially associated with the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico, cenotes were sometimes used by the ancient Maya for sacrificial offerings. There are dozens of cenote parks to enjoy in the region.
Sian Ka'an Ecological Biosphere

Sian Ka'an Ecological Biosphere

Sian Ka’an is a biosphere reserve in the municipality of Tulum. A small ecotourism and education center, Sian Ka’an serves as a model for sustainable development in sensitive tropical ecosystems. The Centro Ecologico Sian Ka’an (CESiaK) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) created in the spring of 1998. Its goals match those of UNESCO’s “Man and the Biosphere” program.

World-Class Fishing

World-Class Fishing

Avid fly fishers and deep sea anglers can catch bonefish, tarpon and snook on fly in the famous Ascension Bay, south of Tulum; as well as blue, spotted and white marlin, sailfish, wahoo and tuna deep sea anywhere along the coast, including snapper and grouper. Caribbean lobster is abundant.

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