We’ve traveled around Mexico quite a bit together and while Mexico is known for Pueblos Magico and its famous beachfront resorts, we never had the opportunity to experience the world-class waves on the pacific side of Mexico. During our time in Puerto Vallarta, we decided to head north to a small little surfing community called, Sayulita, about an hour travel time by car or if you have more time to spare or need to save on transportation costs, you can take the local bus which will get you there in about 2 hours or so. Sayulita is truly a Pueblas Magico with its own unique small-town atmosphere, filled with the country’s native locals as well as extranjeros aka FOREIGNER. The town is so small, that you can walk to nearly every end of the block in one day. Because it is so small, after being there for just one day, you will feel like a local yourself. There aren’t many shops or restaurants in town, but you can easily find one you like and frequent there often. We stayed at an Airbnb hosted by Jonathan, who was very helpful and communicated with us quickly throughout our entire stay. Jonathan doesn’t speak fluent English, but it was easy to communicate with him via Whatsapp if you don’t know Spanish either. Our space was just enough for the two of us, with a full kitchen and hot running water. Having air conditioning was a big plus too since it was hot and…
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Sayulita, Mexico – Hippie Surf Town

We’ve traveled around Mexico quite a bit together and while Mexico is known for Pueblos Magico and its famous beachfront resorts, we never had the opportunity to experience the world-class waves on the pacific side of Mexico.

During our time in Puerto Vallarta, we decided to head north to a small little surfing community called, Sayulita, about an hour travel time by car or if you have more time to spare or need to save on transportation costs, you can take the local bus which will get you there in about 2 hours or so.

Sayulita is truly a Pueblas Magico with its own unique small-town atmosphere, filled with the country’s native locals as well as extranjeros aka FOREIGNER. The town is so small, that you can walk to nearly every end of the block in one day. Because it is so small, after being there for just one day, you will feel like a local yourself. There aren’t many shops or restaurants in town, but you can easily find one you like and frequent there often.

We stayed at an Airbnb hosted by Jonathan, who was very helpful and communicated with us quickly throughout our entire stay. Jonathan doesn’t speak fluent English, but it was easy to communicate with him via Whatsapp if you don’t know Spanish either. Our space was just enough for the two of us, with a full kitchen and hot running water. Having air conditioning was a big plus too since it was hot and humid during the time we visited. Our Read More