Grupo Vidanta has been primarily a timeshare development company, with limited growth into the full-time real estate market. But it seems that is about to change with the announcement of The Estates, a "one-of-its-kind luxury development" to debut at Vidanta in Nuevo Vallarta. The Estates will offer "ultra-luxury opulence thanks to high-end details, plush amenities and lavish vacation experiences. One of the key distinguishing factors of these sumptuous new units is that they offer a private sanctuary designed to honor and reflect the sweeping beauty of the natural landscapes that surround them.”

What is not clear in Vidanta’s recent press release is if The Estates will feature condominiums, single family homes, or both, just that they will be available in one-, two- and four-bedroom units, "boasting an indoor-outdoor al fresco design, thoughtfully designed with modern touches while embracing the unique cultures of both coastal destinations. Guests will enjoy spacious living and dining room spaces, elegant spa-inspired bathrooms, secluded terraces and a private outdoor pool and lounge area. Model units will be available for guests to tour later this year.”

Vidanta already includes in its offerings the renowned Norman Signature Golf Course, Almaverde farm, and Santuario entertainment plaza at Vidanta Nuevo Vallarta and the acclaimed Cirque du Soleil show, JOYÀ, The Beach Club, and Salum Beachside Eateries and Market at Vidanta Riviera Maya. The Estates, they say, will provide an exclusive paradise for those who crave personalized, curated and extravagant travel experiences.

Grupo Vidanta was founded in 1974 by Daniel Chávez Morán, and is one of Mexico's preeminent full-service tourism developers, specializing in vacation destinations, luxury hotel brands, golf courses, real estate, tourism infrastructure and entertainment.