Sayulita is a quaint fishing village of the Mexican Pacific Coast, located on a beautiful bay with a surfbreak right in front of it and surrounded by lush tropical jungle and sandy beaches of warm waters. Sayulita is a small village but still has much to offer.

There are a couple of bars and cafés as well as fine dining -mexican, american, italian, Argentinian- and a variety of beach restaurants serving fresh seafood (best oysters!) and typical local food. There are also a few bars to go out at night.    

There are many small beaches and coves around the area, as well as different surf breaks both south and north of town; the varieties of beaches around are also perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking. Deep-water fishing is also very good in the area, where the catch of the day goes from mahi-mahi and wahoo, to marlin and tuna fish.


The mountains that surround Sayulita are fantastic for hiking, mountain biking or horseback riding and bird watching and you'll find yourself immersed in one of the most beautiful and untouched tropical jungles of Mexico.

The climate is perfect year-round and there are two primary seasons: rainy and dry. The dry season (also the freshest) runs from October until late June with an average temperature of 82 oF. Both seasons have their own advantages but most northern travelers aim for the months between November and June, making this what’s called high season.        

Let us give you the pleasure of enjoying this tropical paradise untouched by largescale developments at Junto al Río Beachfront Bungalows.

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