Welcome to the beautiful Riviera Nayarit, where Pacific ocean meets the jungle. The 300 km long cost line is dotted with villages and small town, waiting to be discovered. We managed to find one of the most beautiful one – Bucerias. And this is how we spend our
white sandy Christmas.
Bucerias, Nayarit, Mexico
It was 5 beautiful summer days in winter. Spent enjoying family time, beautiful beaches, catching waves in the ocean and eating tacos! Bucerias is a great place for those, who want to escape the crowds and fuss of Puerto Vallarta, but it also offers a nice selection of tranquil restaurants and bars for those who do not want a complete isolation from the rest of the world. Giving it’s proximity to Puerto Vallarta, Bucerias is known and is full of visitors from the US and Canada. Should you wish to find a more secluded area, follow the road 200 up North to Punta de Mita (for those who want something more exclusive – be ready to pay up), San Francisco, Rincon de Guayabitos or anything in between.
Let’s talk about Sayulita, the (over)famous village full of yoga and surfing enthusiast. Once beautiful and unique village, now has become a victim of it is own success. Now Sayulita have to host way too many people than it handle. There are way to many overpriced “boutique” hotels in this humble village. We spent there less than 2 hours there and felt sorry for the locals, who have to stand those pretentious yoga/surfing/piece&love lovers. The best thing you can actually do for this village is NOT to go there. Hopefully, with time it can clean itself up from what touristing hipsters have done to it:
More sun in Chihuahua
We went back to my favorite place in Mexico to celebrate the New Year. As usual, I was very happy to be back to this beautiful town, where the sun always shines!