Visitors to tropical resorts go in search of paradise. Some seek the solitude of a hidden beach, others a distant vista. Almost all dream of an azure lagoon with palms and frangipani.
In every destination resort the location itself is the most important amenity, whether it be mountain, forest, or shore. Environmentally sensitive planning is the first essential step. Add to this a blue lagoon pool of many levels, thundering cascades, grottos, intimate spas, and lavish tropical gardens. Challenge the guests with good books, seminars, and a stiff regimen of health, activities, and exercise. Build a fire on the beach, and let them hear calypso late into the night. Give them opportunities for solitude, and opportunities to explore interpretive trails deep into forest. Let them learn about the land and people by guiding them to distant villages and peaks. If you pamper them as well, they will surely think that they have found paradise.
There is more to being all inclusive than just not having to carry money in your bikini. How can someone be swept up into the magic of the moment if their surroundings are obviously new, sterile, and artificial? This is a problem inherent in all new construction, no matter how talented the designers and craftsmen. The entire environment must be all inclusive. Verisimilitude is the key. How can they hear the jungle drums of their inner primal selves unless the magic is complete? The secret is in the details, in the tiny fern growing in the crack of an ancient boulder, in the lizard basking on a sizzling rock, in the cool trickle of a mossy brook. It is this aspect of my art that I have elevated above all others.
I am pleased to offer complete land planning, landscape design, amenity planning, and construction services for tropical resorts. My utilization of local themes, materials, and labor will insure that your new resort be built at reasonable cost, require minimal maintenance, and will celebrate a unique "sense of place" that will distinguish it from all others.