Recently Discovered Underwater Mayan Temple
Nestled in a quiet forest in Belize, a deep aquamarine pool holds ruins from a time when the ancient Maya turned to a “droug
Our Objective: Bring out your inner child.
As the world’s first open source destination, we seek to blend ancient knowledge with modern technology, to build a collaborative community that operates in harmony with nature.
ECO CAMP & RESORT
Too many people go into business for profit, instead of going into it to make this world a better place to live.
We plan on showcasing applications, technologies and products that demonstrate respect for nature while embracing the capabilities we have to free up valuable human energy through perpetual infrastructure.
That way you can spend time with the ones you care about, experiencing the magic and thrill of what Maya has to offer.
Electric Surfboards, kiteboarding, snorkling, paddleboarding and e-bikes are just a few of the options.
We have the ability to produce clean energy using solar, wind, tidal, kinetic, gravitational and magnetic energy. We can use rainwater collection and desalination systems to filter the water and irrigate the crops. Designing systems and housing that work for us, while implementing new standards that reflect a higher awareness of our technological capacities and ability to create in harmony with nature.
Organic everything, with a focus on superfoods that optimize physical performance. Hiking along the boardwalk, riding electric surfboards and brushing up on your ninja skills in the jungle gym, are just a few of the adventure we have planned.
Regenerative development is centered around the idea that the earth can be healed and regenerated through human development. The term "regenerative" describes processes that restore, renew or revitalize their own sources of energy and materials, creating sustainable systems that integrate the needs of society with the integrity of nature.
The definition of the food to table experience, with opportunities to pick your own ingredients in the food forest. In addition to farm-to-table meals, we have identified 20 different crops packed with high nutritional properties and strong market demand, many of which are considered to be “superfoods” and may improve physical performance.