Where is Quivira located?

Quivira is located on the true southernmost tip of the Baja Peninsula in Los Cabos, Mexico, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez. Scenic foothills provide residents and guests elevated views while creating a sense of privacy and isolation. Although secluded, Quivira is a mere mile away from downtown Cabo San Lucas, with all the restaurants, shopping, fishing, nightlife and numerous recreational activities that make Cabo a world-class entertainment destination. 

What are the first residential opportunities available in Quivira?

Quivira will be developed in phases, with residential opportunities in each phase. Phase one of development is offering luxury living in Copala at Quivira and the amazing single level floor plans of Coronado at Quivira. Initial offerings will include two and three bedroom condominiums and three to four bedroom single family homes plus the three to five bedroom villas of Coronado.

Is Quivira a gated community?

Yes, Quivira is a gated residential resort community. Only authorized individuals will be given entry. All guests will need to be registered in advance with Quivira security to gain access to the community. Once inside the gates of Quivira, each residential community will be gated, with manned security to greet, assist, announce arrivals, and welcome homeowners.

What are the golf opportunities at Quivira?

Cabo is a world-class golf destination and Quivira’s two signature Jack Nicklaus golf courses are no exception. Residents will have the opportunity to join the 18-hole private course. The other 18-hole course will be a resort course and open for play to resort hotel guests and Quivira homeowners. These two courses will offer more ocean-view holes than any other community in the Cabo area.

The courses are highlighted by a clubhouse and a state-of-the-art practice facility, which will include a driving range with sand traps and putting greens. Both the clubhouse and the practice facilities will feature private areas designated specifically for members.

Quivira will be the only community in Los Cabos with two Jack Nicklaus Signature Courses. Mr. Nicklaus himself is meticulously designing both courses, assuring that the level of play will remain consistent yet challenging from course to course.

Will there be a Quivira Beach Club?

Quivira already has a fun and casual beach club available to all full-ownership homeowners. The beach club will provide pool, fitness and restaurant facilities on the beach and will serve as a community mingling spot. Food and beverages will be available.

What medical services are available nearby?

Within the resort's hotel is a private medical clinic with a bilingual doctor on call 24-hours and an onsite ambulance with trained personnel. Medical services, such as Clinica de Especialidades and The AmeriMed hospital, are within five minutes of Quivira and open 24-hours-per-day with a bilingual staff. The hospital services include emergency room facilities, obstetrics, gynecology, orthopedics, pediatrics, ophthalmology, general surgery, cardiology, plastic and reconstructive surgery. The equipment there is modern and includes X-Ray, EKG, cardiac resuscitation, defibrillation, ultra sound, operating room with operating microscope, and complete laboratory services. The hospitals also offer 24-hour pharmacy and complimentary ground transportation for non-critical patients.

Is Quivira a "Green" Community?

Quivira is more than a "green" community; it is a community dedicated to being environmentally, socially and economically responsible. This commitment is a direct result of Ernesto Coppel's vision. Mr. Coppel, Quivira’s developer, began to incorporate sustainable practices into all of his real estate projects years ago.

With Quivira, Mr. Coppel will bring that same commitment to environmental issues through the community’s water desalinization program and water re-cycle program. In addition, Mr. Coppel’s dedication to the local community is evidenced by the creation of many programs that work on behalf of children and the needy.

In 2002, Mr. Coppel, along with the Pueblo Bonito Oceanfront Resorts & Spas development team, created the Turtle Protection Program. Mr. Coppel also spearheaded graffiti clean up in local Los Cabos communities, created the Daily Excess Food Distribution Program in 2003 to provide food to needy residents; and founded the Leticia Coppel Foundation to provide educational opportunities for children in the Los Cabos area.

In addition, Quivira is dedicated to creating a long-lasting, sustainable community that will create jobs and promote development in the area with a direct investment of over $1.5 billion into the local economy.