Host of the Kanan Biosphere expanse, Aguaclara community is the rst natural reserve in the making, which surrounds a low-density residential area. Held amongst 2 properties,
100 hectares (247 acres) of land will be dedicated to environmental conservation as well as sustainable development of integrative and cultural projects. With more than 90% of the jungle staying intact and undeveloped, we promote the type of projects that will produce organic food, provide educational, cultural, spiritual and health experiences. Our homes are being conceived on 21.7 hectares (42.46 acres), of which only 10% of the land is for residential use, with 32 exclusive lots 4,000 m2 (1 acre) each, allowing the resident to build a villa on each lot. The exclusive lagoon park that is located at the center of the residential, ecotourism wellness area is a 35,000-m2 (9 acres) natural reserve, intended towards the ecosystem’s preservation and the exclusive use of the residents and wellness retreat users.
More than 10 km of jungle trails connect 5 vast virgin tropical parks; home to the lagoon and cenote parks, and to tree restoration parks, with exotic wildlife reproduction programs, jungle water falls, temazcal (Mayan stone sweat- lodge), solarium, tree top observatories, out door stage, pet trails, tree top chill out, outdoor gym, child friendly water ponds, tropical orchards, and medicinal plant garden, all organically placed adjacent to and in harmony with the residential areas. We are in addition committed to transforming the transportation paradigm. Biking and pedestrian trails will connect the entire development, allowing for car free zones.
The Aguaclara mission is to ensure that our forest conservation areas occupy the majority of the expanse, ensuring that they are held in its natural state for perpetuity.
The Recovery Project has several components that work together. We work with scientists and non prot organizations to restore the ecosystem, support and reproduce plant and animal diversity, promote healthy coexistence with wild life and habitat enhancement, planning for future initiatives, and ensuring the public has opportunities to become involved in recovery eorts.