Welcome to Inku, where luxury meets tranquility and nature is your ultimate neighbor. Inku, named after the Mayan word for “Nest,” has been meticulously crafted to offer the finest living experience in Selvazama.
Imagine creating a fresh start in a private community, surrounded by lush greenery and modern roadways that seamlessly blend into the surrounding natural landscape. With all utilities underground, you’ll have nothing but peace and serenity in your new home.
At Inku, we understand the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. That’s why we’ve created biking paths and lit walking trails that wind through the community, providing the perfect opportunity for a morning jog or a romantic evening stroll. With the freshest air and the most reliable high-speed internet in Tulum, you can enjoy the perfect balance of work and play. And for families, The Green School is the heart of our community, offering miles of green nature paths with changing art installations that inspire and delight at every turn.
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Inku at Selvazama offers a range of amenities designed to provide peace, solitude, and tranquility to meet your every need—from everyday requests to the most extravagant wishes. Despite being set in a serene community, Inku is only 10 minutes away from all necessary conveniences and the cultural vibrancy of Tulum. We have a concierge on staff at the front desk and can make your requests happen and 24/7 security on site.
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