In an article by Fodor’s Travel, dated December 22, 2017, the world’s largest travel and tourism publisher listed Vivo Resorts as one of 10 Great Reasons to Visit Oaxaca, Mexico.
According to Michele Peterson of Fodor’s Travel, “The State of Oaxaca (is one of) Mexico’s most culturally rich and diverse regions” that is just “waiting to be rediscovered.”
Modern art, Zapotec cooking classes, sea turtle nesting beaches, and historic Colonial Oaxaca City are just a few of the excellent reasons listed by Fodor’s. However, the Pacific Coast beachfront luxury at Vivo Resorts in Puerto Escondido is a standout.
Located on nearly 22 miles of beach, just 9 miles outside the town of Puerto Escondido, Vivo Resorts offers outstanding Oaxacan beachfront living. Vivo Resorts is a real gem in an area where much of the Pacific Coastline is protected from development.
Conceived and developed by Canadian Olympic downhill ski champion Carey Mullen, Vivo Resorts is a gated resort community that currently features over 100 luxurious condos and 10 private villas. The 76-acre resort is Canadian owned and controlled and is still only one quarter completed.
Each resort suite boasts exceptional views of the Pacific Ocean and behind the complex there’s the Sierra Madre Sur Mountain Range. Vivo guests can enjoy the infinity pool plus the newly opened Clubhouse complete with a fitness club, spa, yoga studio, restaurant, bar, and much more. Guest suites are open and spacious with luxurious granite kitchens and onyx bathrooms.
Puerto Escondido is just over an hour’s drive from Huatulco, another popular tourist destination in Oaxaca, Mexico. This area of Oaxaca offers a rich variety of unique adventures and activities that visitors can enjoy. From sea turtle rescue to beach horseback riding, bird watching, sailing, surfing, and deep sea fishing, there is no shortage of things to do and experience.
In the Fodor’s Travel article, Michele Peterson states that this area of the Oaxaca coast is best known for its “big-wave surfing.” It is also the “home to nesting beaches for four of the world’s seven species of sea turtles,” including Olive Ridley sea turtles. Sea turtle rescue is a big draw for many environmentally conscious visitors. See the original Fodor’s Travel article here.
To find out more about about Vivo Resorts in Puerto Escondido Mexico or why you should visit Oaxaca, Mexico, take a look at our lifestyle and amenities page. You can also send us an email or call us at 1-888-236-2876 (toll free from USA or Canada).
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