To give you a taste of the Waicuri experience… Imagine flying into Loreto's International Airport, and after only a 15 minute drive, you arrive at your home. Moments later, you’re aboard your yacht, headed to the islands for a picnic and an aquatic adventure!
A true heaven (tekerekadatemba) on earth (datemba), Waicuri is an exclusive, gated, waterfront community. The completed first phase includes 19 spectacular island lots for custom homes. Each lot boasts a private, canal facing, state-of-the-art dock for yachts up to 100ft.
Waicuri’s first luxurious 6000 square foot model home, "Palo Blanco," is due for completion in April, 2018. Stunningly designed by a well-known residential and commercial architect in Guadalajara, Ricardo Sanchez, Palo Blanco is a 3 story home including 4 bed/4.5 bath (plus a half bath on roof deck). The residence also contains a two-car garage, plus storage for lasers and paddleboards. Rooftop terrace, an infinity pool, and a 100ft private dock add another dose of opulence to this remarkable home.
Nowhere else in Baja California will you find the combination of luxury home sites, private docks, and access to the Premium Service, Natural Protection and Remote Adventure available in this harbor community.
The master plan for the Waicuri real estate also includes developing the second island within the natural bay. This island will be subdivided into additional canal front lots for private homes with docks, plus a site for a small beachfront boutique hotel.
Beyond the Waicuri islands, Marina Puerto Escondido will be developing waterfront condominiums along the ellipse as well as expanded marina facilities to accommodate our growing community.
The Waicuri were nomadic indigenous people living on the Baja peninsula between La Paz and Loreto. While no longer in existence, we hold them as a respected part of our local history. To learn more about the Waicuri people, click here.
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