Services & Amenities
- Conquer Two Oceanside Courses
Tee off against a backdrop of white-sand beaches, palm trees and open ocean, and discover the world’s only natural island green, the “Tail of the Whale.”Details
- Family Float
Jump into an inner tube for a gentle ride on the lazy river, a slow-moving loop around the family-friendly Oasis complex.More Pool Details
- The Boutiques at Punta Mita
Our four on-site shops offer everything from local wine and Mexican handicrafts, to resort-ready designer clothing and kidswear.
- Exclusive Yacht Charters
Take to the water in style aboard our 17-metre (55-foot) motor yacht, exclusively available to Resort guests for half- or full-day rentals.
- Tennis Centre
Our Tennis Centre is home to 10 courts, a full pro shop, locker facilities and a tennis program managed by Peter Burwash International (PBI). Take part in our daily lessons and clinics with our PBI pros, or let us match you with other singles or doubles players. For larger groups, clinics, tournaments, socials, camps or tennis carnivals can be arranged.Details
- Five-Bedroom Oceanfront Villa
Mix vacation bliss with all the comforts of home. Designed for families and groups of friends, our hacienda-style villas feature a full kitchen, outdoor grilling and dining areas, an infinity-edge pool and a whirlpool.Details
- Garden-View Casita
Sip your morning coffee or savour an evening cocktail from your Mexican casita’s private terrace, surrounded by tropical gardens.Details
- Sol Suite
Whether you're taking advantage of your private beachfront office or unplugging in your infinity-edge pool, you'll always have an ocean view in these expansive clifftop suites.Details
- Coral Suite
Laze the day away in the hammock, cool off in the wrap-around pool and dine with loved ones in these suites, located right on the beach.Details
- Deep-Sea Fishing on Mexico’s West Coast
Charter one of our private yachts or head out to sea with our experienced captain in search of prized marlin, tuna and dorado.
- Sea-Turtle Release
Led by our marine biologist, learn about the thousands of Olive Ridley sea turtles that nest in Banderas Bay each year and help to release the new hatchlings into the ocean.