Heading farther north, following the highway to Tepic, the capital of the state of Nayarit, is Sayulita, a unique village that boasts a cosmopolitan air and an unusually high number of extraordinary shops and handicrafts emporiums.
Home to beautiful beaches, Mexican culture, world-class activities and more, you’ll fall in love with this seaside surfer town. Often called the “crown jewel “ of the Riviera Nayarit.
Beachfront vacation rentals are a favorite with travelers to the area. Stunning natural beauty, eco-tourism and jungle retreats are just the beginning. Fantastic and fun restaurants, with Wi-Fi readily available, English speaking doctors and pharmacists, and open-air eateries overlooking the sand and surf.
Whale Watching Humpback whales. During jury recommends granting winter and spring. Due to its geographical location, oceanographic features, and infrastructure, this bay has been slight grain as an important breeding ground for some species such as the humpback whale.
Among the fauna of this place to take a walk through the jungle we can find a variety of fauna very common in this region that we can rarely observe them, very occasionally we find these animals that can be: badgers, armadillos, beavers, pumas, jaguars, ocelots, wild axolotls, rattlesnakes, iguanas, eagle fish, fish tags, wild whales, chacha-lacas, wild boar and even occasionally some deer from the mountain region.
To get to Sayulita, take the federal highway 200 Tepic-Vallarta and approximately at "km 125" there is the detour that takes you to the town of Sayulita along a paved road. Located 38 km from the international airport of Puerto Vallarta, it’s able to get to Sayulita by public or private transport.