If you’re planning to relocate to the Riviera Maya or are planning an extended stay while working remotely, capsule Tulum and the surrounding area couldn’t be a better choice. It’s excellent cost of living, medical beautiful beaches, ambulance climate and rich culture makes Mexico one of the top destinations for people who want to escape their norm.

According to the Yucatan Times, over 1 million Americans and Canadians are living on the coast of Mexico, Cancun is the number one vacation destination in all of Latin America, with the Riviera Maya following in close second. Because of the growing expat community, nearly every Americanized convenience is within reach: shopping, international food, supermarkets, movie theaters and more.^

Outside of the bustling and sometimes overcrowded cities of Cancun and Playa Del Carmen, Tulum sits nestled on the coast, offering a respite from the tourist action. This growing town is not without its liveliness! The area spans about 10 square miles, has an accessible downtown area (with a convenient ADO bus terminal), restaurants, shops, you name it! Not only are the conveniences present and growing, but the natural wonders are why people from all over the world visit. Dozens of cenotes, lagoons and beaches, historical ruins, rich marine life. Could it get any better?

As transplants ourselves, we’ve come to discover all of the secrets that make Tulum and the Riviera Maya special. We fell in love with the region on our first visit and set out to be contributors to the area. We even have an entire site dedicated to every possible activity to indulge in, on the Mexican coast, Best of Riviera Maya! Opening Coworking Karma Tulum is just another testament of how much the Tulum and the Riviera Maya region is growing, and why services for expats and digital nomads are popping up to meet the demand.

Coworking Karma Tulum is the only coworking space in about 40 miles. Our space reflects the unique culture of Tulum, a community of yogis, surf and water sport instructors, real estate agents, remote workers, digital startups and more. If you’re living a location independent lifestyle and are thinking about spending time in Mexico, Riviera Maya is the absolute best choice!

^ Source: Yucatan Times article published Friday, February 21, 2014.