Immersed in a high jungle on the joyful coast of Jalisco, we made our way to a tamarind tree on the edge of the beach. There we began the construction of a camp with tents of second use, which had belonged to the U.S. Army, to begin the planning and construction of what is now the development “El Tamarindo” surrounded by monkeys, wild boars, snakes, raccoons and a myriad of native animals that allowed us to live a unique experience in contact with nature in all its splendor.
“El Tamarindo” has an 18-hole golf course with cliffs and spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, in a jungle that houses residential lots and first class boutique hotels such as the Four Seasons Resort.
Our participation, hand in hand with our partner José Ignacio Rubio, was instrumental in the birth of this paradise from the opening of roads, infrastructure services, its first 16 villas on the bay and the construction of the golf course.
The creators of the project were Grupo SITUR with the participation of MEGALAND and Grupo Plan, headed by Architect Luis Bosoms.