martes, 25 de octubre de 2016

Coronado at Quivira Los Cabos


Coronado is located right in
the heart of the Quivira Development, it will enable its owners and their
guests to enjoy many of the five-star services and amenities offered by this
spectacular Development
which has: over three miles of pristine beaches, extensive hiking and walking
paths, a beach club and several of the best dining options in Los Cabos area,
award-winning spas and high-tech gym equipment area available.

This magnificent 22-acre
subdivision includes 64 single level Mexican Hacienda-Style homes which
artfully blend tradition with a touch of modern features, each single-level
residence will offer fantastic golf and ocean views. You will find Coronado to
be perfectly suited to your needs.

Get more info;

lunes, 17 de octubre de 2016

Great Financing Without a bank involved

Without a bank involved, our investors and members earn more by paying less.

We're honored to offer our residents a financing package which is unique throughout all of Mexico. Exclusively at Copala, owners can enjoy direct financing from the Quivira/Pueblo Bonito group. Our packages are offered with15-year terms and very attractive interest rates, and will be custom-tailored to suit your individual needs. Financing is available in U.S. dollars and Mexican pesos, and is customized to accommodate varying down payments, balloon payments, and more. What you can envision, we can create. Our finance experts are available to discuss your specific goals, and will assist you every step of the way to make your Copala dreams a reality.Contact us to schedule an appointment with a finance agent at your convenience.

lunes, 10 de octubre de 2016

Official Canadian Thanksgiving Holiday

Official Canadian Thanksgiving Holiday

Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!

For a few hundred years, Thanksgiving was celebrated in either late October or early November, before it was declared a national holiday in 1879. It was then, that November 6th was set aside as the official Thanksgiving holiday. But then on January 31st, 1957, Canadian Parliament announced that on the second Monday in October, Thanksgiving would be "a day of general thanksgiving to almighty God for the bountiful harvest with which Canada has been blessed." Thanksgiving was moved to the second Monday in October because after the World Wars,Remembrance Day (November 11th) and Thanksgiving kept falling in the same week. This year Canadian Thanksgiving is October 10th!

The 49th Parallel

Another reason for Canadian Thanksgiving arriving earlier than its American counterpart is that Canada is geographically further north than the United States, causing the Canadian harvest season to arrive earlier than the American harvest season. And since Thanksgiving for Canadians is more about giving thanks for the harvest season than the arrival of pilgrims, it makes sense to celebrate the holiday in October. So what are the differences between Canadian and American Thanksgiving, other than the date? Not much! Both Canadians and Americans celebrate Thanksgiving with parades, family gatherings, pumpkin pie and a whole lot of turkey!
Have Your Say
Let us know all about your Thanksgiving plans!

jueves, 6 de octubre de 2016

5 Ways to Keep Your Passport Safe When Traveling…

There are easy ways to avoid losing or damaging your passport. And those pickpockets won’t stand a chance.
What passports lack in size, they more than make up for in stature. With them, we board planes, trains, and ships, and cross borders (mostly) freely—after all, a U.S. passport alone allows visa-free entry to 174 countries. Here’s how to make sure your passport stays protected when you travel.


Let’s rewind. Before you even head out on your trip, you should make multiple copies of your passport: Copy the page that has your photo and full name on it, and keep these copies in separate places—at the bottom of your bag in different pieces of luggage, or even with different people who may be traveling with you. Leave one copy of your passport at home, with coworkers if on a work trip, and to take extra precautions, leave one with an emergency contact. (In the odd chance that you need to replace your passport, have photos at the ready and bring extras with you, too.)


No matter how nice your hotel may be, it pays to get into the habit of storing your passport in the safe. If there is no safe in your room, ask the front desk if they have a safe in which you can store the document. If all else fails—and you’re staying in an airbnb, hostel, or something you found on a private accommodations site—secure your bag with a travel lock.


When traveling, keeping your passport concealed is almost a no-brainer, but of course, we don’t just mean just carrying it in your pocket and hoping it stays out of sight. Instead, look for a flat money belt, which can be worn around your waist and neck and concealed under your clothing. If you’re looking for something a bit more comfortable, try a travel wallet or passport cover. Both conceal your passport (and nationality), while the travel wallet also has room for other valuables, including credit cards and emergency cash. (Note: Avoid carrying your passport and spending money together if you can, as taking out cash will alert potential thieves.)


When most people think of passport safety, they think of safeguarding it from theft. Weather, however, is another consideration: Humidity can harm the pages, so try to keep it as cool as possible, and to prevent water damage, travel with a waterproof cover. If water damage does occur outside of the U.S., head to the nearest embassy or consulate for a replacement passport—one or two drops of water on a page is fine, but water damage to the book’s cover or the personal information page, including passports with more severe water damage, will have to be replaced.
More info at:


descargaYou’ll need your passport to clear airport security and inmigration, sure. But in instances internationally where you’re asked to present identification, specifically note whether or not the actual passport is required—in most cases, an international driver’s license or copy of your passport will suffice. This helps protect you against would be thieves and scammers, too.

martes, 4 de octubre de 2016



To get more Information go to;
Click next link to see our video;

About Coronado:

It’s a lifestyle that means waking every morning in one of the most beautiful and engaging places on earth...
A legacy of exceptional service awaits you in Coronado at Quivira. Prepare yourself for a lifestyle of sumptuous comfort in one of the world’s most exciting and breathtaking resort destinations, where legendary amenities and services become everyday experiences.

Our unsurpassed staff will not only meet your expectations, but also anticipate your personal requests and preferences.
Once experienced, this gracious style of living will become a habit for life. By taking advantage of the full range of services and amenities, you are free to explore, learn, play and relax more than ever before.

It’s a lifestyle that means waking every morning in one of the most beautiful and engaging places on earth, free from everyday concerns and ready to enjoy boundless memorable and meaningful pursuits.

Coronado offers single level open floor plans with an amazing flow that connects all living areas with the exterior amenities. All sixty nine lots offer majestic panoramic golf and ocean views and are walking distance to the Quivira Beach Club.