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Sayulita

Nayarit

Sayulita has a “good vibes” vibe: its colorful streets, Huichol art galleries and waves conquered by surfers from all over the world make it the most hippie-chic Pueblo Mágico of the whole Riviera Nayarit, whose gateway is through another of the destinations of sun and beach spoiled in Mexico, Puerto Vallarta, just 40 minutes away.

Day and night, all the action is concentrated on the beach. With the first sunbeams you see the constant coming and going of surfers with boards on their heads, waiting for the best wave. The most experienced surfers give themselves time to teach lessons at the beach. There are shops / schools that also include the domain of the paddle surf board.

If yours isn’t rebel waves, then just lie in the sun and enjoy the hammocks. Sayulita has a turtle camp so between June and November, at sunsets, you can enjoy the Pacific ridley sea turtles release. From January to March you can see the humpback whale jumping from the coastline.

To rest from the sea, you just have to go downtown and walk through its streets. The most visited street is Manuel Navarrete, with its vegetarian, fresh fish and seafood restaurants, and rustic pizzerias, although there’s an international gastronomic offer. There are also bars where you can have a shot of “raicilla”, a local distilled drink made out of agave. There are also boutique hotels, which with their artistic facades and few rooms, give the village a bohemian atmosphere. You can also find galleries, boutiques and craft studios, which pay tribute to the Huichol culture.

To escape from the hustle and bustle, you can spend a few days in a yoga practicing enclosure in the middle of the jungle and with stunning sea views. Technology free, for a total detox.

Sayulita would be nothing without its little piece of jungle, ready for you to explore it on hikes, horseback riding or an adventure tour that includes zip lines.
Sayulita has a “good vibes” vibe: its colorful streets, Huichol art galleries and waves conquered by surfers from all over the world make it the most hippie-chic Pueblo Mágico of the whole Riviera Nayarit, whose gateway is through another of the destinations of sun and beach spoiled in Mexico, Puerto Vallarta, just 40 minutes away.

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Day and night, all the action is concentrated on the beach. With the first sunbeams you see the constant coming and going of surfers with boards on their heads, waiting for the best wave. The most experienced surfers give themselves time to teach lessons at the beach. There are shops / schools that also include the domain of the paddle surf board.

If yours isn’t rebel waves, then just lie in the sun and enjoy the hammocks. Sayulita has a turtle camp so between June and November, at sunsets, you can enjoy the Pacific ridley sea turtles release. From January to March you can see the humpback whale jumping from the coastline.

To rest from the sea, you just have to go downtown and walk through its streets. The most visited street is Manuel Navarrete, with its vegetarian, fresh fish and seafood restaurants, and rustic pizzerias, although there’s an international gastronomic offer. There are also bars where you can have a shot of “raicilla”, a local distilled drink made out of agave. There are also boutique hotels, which with their artistic facades and few rooms, give the village a bohemian atmosphere. You can also find galleries, boutiques and craft studios, which pay tribute to the Huichol culture.

To escape from the hustle and bustle, you can spend a few days in a yoga practicing enclosure in the middle of the jungle and with stunning sea views. Technology free, for a total detox.

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