Featured in the New Homes section on June 15, 2018, the Vivo Calgary Herald article by Andrea Cox stated that for one family, Vivo Resorts in Puerto Escondido MX is their “home away from home.”
Spending winters in a warm climate was a dream that Lindsay Rubeniuk and her husband Chris Zamonsky had always had for their family.
According to the Vivo Calgary Herald article, they had vacationed in Mexico on numerous occasions, scouting each location as a potential winter destination. They were looking for authentic Mexico. They shopped the local markets, got to know some of the residents, and checked into local real estate opportunities. Yet, nothing caught their interest.
Then, about two years ago, while vacationing in Huatulco, on Oaxaca’s Emerald Coast, they decided to drive the 100-km to Puerto Escondido to check out Vivo Resorts.
We wanted to “…go and check out the place we saw on TV,” said Lindsay adding, “We had booked three nights, but we loved it so much we ended up staying five. That’s when we knew that we wanted to purchase property there.”
Vivo Resorts had just released Botanica residences, a turnkey low-rise tropical condominum complex with beautifully landscaped, lush courtyard gardens and expansive pools.
For Lindsay and her husband Chris, the 1,100 sq. foot, two bedroom Botanica condo they bought fit within their price point.
But, according to the Vivo Calgary Herald article, there were other reasons why they decided to call Vivo Resorts in Puerto Escondido MX their “home away from home.”
For one, they had found the “authentic Mexico” they were looking for and fell in love with the Oaxacan people.
And second, according to Lindsay, “Our values as a family aligned with what (developer) Cary [Mullen] believes in.”
Vivo Resorts also runs the Vivo Foundation, a charitable organization that gives back to the community. The Vivo Foundation supports a local orphanage, helps young kids participate in sports, and funds the local sea turtle rescue program.
Developer Cary Mullen stated that Vivo Resorts was conceived and built as a “place where you can live a happier, healthier and more connected life.”
You can read the entire Vivo Calgary Herald article by Andrea Cox in the PDF file entitled “Family Finds Their Home Away from Home at Vivo Resorts.”
About Vivo Resorts
In the Vivo Calgary Herald article Lindsay Rubeniuk is also quoted as saying that Vivo Resorts has ”All of the amenities of an all-inclusive, but you can still do your own thing.”
Here are just a few of the benefits that help make Vivo Resorts so unique.
- Located on Palmarito Beach
- Fronted by the warm Pacific Ocean and 21-km of white sandy beaches
- Private, 75-acre gated community with landscaped grounds
- 53,000 sq. foot Clubhouse with exercise and business centres, events space, restaurants, store, etc.
- Spa complex, Yoga and Pilates studio, kid’s club
- Beachfront infinity pool with swim-up bar
- Additional pools for each condo complex
- Tennis and pickleball courts
- Just a 15-minute bus ride to Puerto Escondido
- Accessible via Huatulco’s Internation airport
- Pureto Escondio’s local airport accepts international travelers via Mexico City
- Future plans for on-site retail shopping complex
Vivo Resorts also operates a well-managed Airbnb style condo rental program for select condo owners. You can book a vacation condo unit at Vivo Resorts through Vivo Vacations.
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