Wrapped in jungle, lapped by ocean, framed by mountains
A sanctuary of unspoiled nature, open space and cultural heritage in Mexico.
Discover the location
Less than one hour north of Puerto Vallarta, One&Only Mandarina nestles within an intimate new community set upon a rare undeveloped coastline along the Riviera Nayarit. Careful consideration has been executed throughout the development through low-density planning and intelligent, sustainable design and architecture. As one of Mexico’s last remaining tropical, beachfront jungles this fascinating destination boasts a swimmable white-sand beach, twin mountain peaks, lush flatlands and estuary.
Flanked by luscious, jungle-clad mountains and the warm pacific ocean, this is what undiscovered beauty looks like.Download Brochure
Part of the exclusive new Mandarina destination, a varied array of dining and entertainment unfolds on the resort’s doorstep.
A world of inspiration flourishes at One&Only Mandarina. The resort’s own One&Only Majahua Beach Club glimmers on soft sand. Family-friendly hub, The Plateau, nestles high amid lush forest canopy, while adult-only destination, The Point, extends through the air, promising the ultimate Mexican sunset.
Our alluring spa is a haven for land-based enrichment, with an outdoor yoga palapa, state-of-the-art fitness studio, and ancient healing therapies performed amid the elements.
The resort’s 85,000-square-foot KidsOnly club is a captivating haven for young guests, bringing the jungle to life with nature-inspired activities, a private treehouse, butterfly sanctuary, and more.
The Mandarina Destination
From the vibrant Canalan Beach Club to a culinary-themed farm, thrilling adventure playground, and guided excursions into wild jungle. Winding nature trails through biodiverse flatlands, perfect for strolling, biking, horse riding, and paddle boarding. And the iconic Mandarina Polo & Equestrian Club, home to international events, horseback lessons, and dazzling theme nights.
Everything you need to know before you travel to One&Only Mandarina.
All visitors to Mexico must present a passport valid for at least 6 months from date of travel. Visa requirements for entering Mexico vary significantly from country to country. Click here for more information.
Nayarit, Mexico is located within the US Mountain Standard Time Zone. It is seven (7) hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT -7).
The Peso is the official currency of Mexico. As a result of a change in Mexican regulations, One&Only Mandarina does not accept settlement of any bills in US dollars. Instead, all accounts need to be settled by credit card.
Complimentary high-speed WiFi service is available throughout the resort.
Staff members are fluent in both English and Spanish.