The resort’s golf club, “Las Palmas” boasts an 18 hole golf course designed by Gary Player. Las Palmas’ general services and urbanization will consists of 80 residential houses.
“This is a project that has to serve as a standard for this, and any other, government because it competes in quality with those of Mexico and the Dominican Republic, for example,” said the architect José Gutiérrez, Indura’s CEO.
Indura Golf and Beach Resort is expected to reach its full maturity over 12 years; it has a very coveted position given that it sits on 750 acres in the beautiful bay of Tela, with spectacular residential lots available for condovillas or beach homes.
This tourism project represents a 111 million dollar investment, and an ideal opportunity for Honduras to be on the Caribbean tourist map as a premier destination. The project will create 400 direct jobs and is expected to provide approximately 1,200 indirect jobs.
Editor’s Note: The 18-hole golf course at Indura Beach & Golf Resort, along with the entire development, is focused on preserving the natural characteristics of the land by implementing environmentally friendly building and design practices. The area is also ideal for ecotourism with the Punta Sal National Park, Punta Izopo Wildlife Reserve and Lancetilla Botanical Garden all located near Tela.