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Sayulita is a small, vibrant surfing and fishing village located in Nayarit, Mexico. Thanks to magical miles of sandy beach and year-round temperatures in the mid-70's, it has become a popular destination for backpackers, digital nomads, young families, and retirees. The blend of artisanal shops, regional cuisine, outdoor activities and smiling people make Sayulita the perfect destination for an "off-the-beaten-path" Mexican vacation.

With a permanent population of just 5000 local residents, Sayulita is constantly adapting to the seasonal influx of foreign travelers. Uneven sidewalks and cobblestone streets set it apart from the more resort-oriented neighboring cities of Punta Mita and Puerto Vallarta. As a refreshing contrast to the type of experience typically associated with Mexican vacations, we hope to ensure that your expectations are appropriate.

This place has become incredibly special to us and we cannot wait to share it with you!


Crime is virtually non-existent in Sayulita, but as with any tourist destination, take all necessary precautions. The majority of incidents involve petty theft when valuables are left in plain sight, so please be aware of your surroundings. The most important safeguard is to always "lock up": gates, doors, windows and, specifically, the safe provided by your rental/hotel.

We understand that you may have preconceived notions of what traveling to Mexico entails. All that we ask is for you to approach the experience with a watchful eye, an open mind, and a full heart.


As with most Mexican cities, please DO NOT drink water from the tap. This includes common activities like brushing your teeth and washing fruits/vegetables. Many of the rentals/hotels have water purification systems and bottled water is available at every corner store.

The restaurants and bars in Sayulita use purified water for drinking/washing produce and the ice is made from purified water as well. With that said, there is no shame in asking the bartender about the source of ice in your margarita!

If you decide to eat street food (which we highly recommend doing, specifically tacos), please only eat cooked food. Be cautious of cilantro and toppings that may have been washed with tap water. If you shop at the grocery store, please only buy fruit or vegetables with outer skins (e.g. oranges, bananas) if you plan on eating them raw.