Top 10 things to do in Sayulita, Mexico

In Sayulita, Tourist Life by Virginie0 Comments

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1.  Relax on the beach The main attraction of Sayulita isn’t hard to find: it’s its beach. Calm in the morning while the fishermen are out and more crowded in the afternoon when the sun warms it up, it’s the perfect place to relax. Whether you want to swim or tan, don’t forget your suntan lotion or you’ll probably end up looking like a lobster. In the winter, the waves are usually fine to swim in. If you think the beach in town is too crowded, head north! There’s a beach there where you’ll find a lot fewer people. That’s …

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Hidden Beach at Marietas Islands: Best Adventures in Mexico

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Whether you’re visiting Sayulita, Puerto Vallarta or any other town in the area, the Marietas Islands are one place that you can’t afford to miss. In the last few years, these dual islands have become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the area. From the hidden beaches to the tropical fish swimming below the crystal clear waters, this is one destination that needs to be on your shortlist. There are a few different tour groups that will take you out there, but in the end we decided to go with Ally Cat Sailing Adventures after it was recommended to us …

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Cost of Living in Sayulita, Mexico

In Cost of Living, Sayulita by Virginie16 Comments

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Have you ever wanted to live close to the beach, surrounded by tacos and palm trees? Then Sayulita is for you. An hour outside of Puerto Vallarta, the small town has everything one could need (or almost). Even if it’s not always quiet, the beach is a great place to relax. And during the dry season (winter), you don’t have to worry about the rain since it’s sunny almost every day. Which means you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy the water. How did we end up in Sayulita? Well, we knew we wanted to go to Mexico since Chris has a …

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Where to eat in Sayulita, Mexico

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Do you want to spend some time in Sayulita? A week, maybe two? Why not a month or more, if you’re a digital nomad like us. Once you get there, you’ll quickly understand something: grocery shopping is hard. Why? Because there’s no real grocery store around here, only convenience stores. They don’t have very many products and what they have changes from one to another. That’s why I decided to make this small guide of where to buy food in Sayulita. I also decided to include some good restaurants, since it’s Mexico! You can’t only eat food that you’re going …

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Day trip to the Magical Town of Tequila

In Guadalajara, Tourist Life by Virginie0 Comments

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After an amazing day in Guadalajara, it was time to see something else. We happened to be so close (okay, one hour away) to the small town of Tequila that it was impossible to miss it. So on our second day, we woke up late, had to get dressed in five minutes and ate 7-Eleven sandwiches while we jumped on the bus to the magical town of Tequila! If you’re interested in doing the tour we did, you can find more information here. It’s 400 pesos per person, and it also includes the entrance to the tequila factory. It leaves …

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