Our travel family Escapes the bubble to Sayulita for 3 weeks to bring you the Top 10 things to do in Sayulita in 2021. Surfing is the main attraction, but there is so much more to do in this little town. From the chic boho shops to the local art scene and all the great food options. We fell in love with Sayulita's laid-back surf vibes, and we'll show you why in this fun video. Subscribe to Escaping The Bubble and follow more of our Travel Family adventures!
Where to stay in Sayulita Mexico can seem overwhelming if you have never visited! Luckily we have the inside track on the best 2 locations in Sayulita, Mexico. The Amor Boutique Hotel and Local Tribe de Mexico Conex Box resort are ideal locations for an upscale vacation in Sayulita! Both are located on the same shared property and located a short walk from the center of town and sits oceanfront with amazing views from almost all the rooms. The hotels climb up the jungle hillside overlooking the ocean. There were colorful sunsets and lush views over the jungle. It also has an onsite restaurant, great pool, and other amenities like a gym and free surfboard rentals.
The #1 best-rated excursion in Sayulita Mexico is the Marietas Islands on a high-powered catamaran with Ally Cat Sailing Adventures! Our travel family had so much fun on this day cruise to the Marietas Islands off the coast of Puerto Vallarta. We got to swim, snorkel, jump off the boat, SUP, and kayak all in a day! The Fat Cat boat was a blast, we even got to see the rare blue-footed booby bird. The crew, accommodations, food, and activities made Ally Cat Sailing Adventure our top choice for an overall excursion in Sayulita and Puerto Vallarta Mexico. We've been on several snorkel excursions before, this was one of the best!
We ziplined above the treetops with amazing views, spun through the trees, and even hung upside down with Mi Chaparrita tours. Mi Chaparrita's main attraction is the zipline tour which offers 13 lines and 3 hanging bridges, the tour itself lasts around one hour and twenty minutes and is very popular both with locals and tourists alike. The canopy tours give service to groups of around 15 people at a time. The crew was professional yet extremely fun making this one of the best zip-lining experiences we've had in Mexico. If you're looking for a fun land-based activity in Sayulita Mexico, this is it!
LA Rustica, El Italiano, El Itacate, Don Pedro's, Tierra Viva
Yah-Yah cafe, North Side Cafe, Choco Bananas
Evoke The Spirit, Buddha Sayulita,
Areias Leather, Sal Del Mar, Tiendita Hola Sayulita