There are so many options of things to do in Sayulita. You can be as active as you want or just enjoy our beautiful beaches. Here is a listing with links so you can find additional information for each.
Wildmex surfing-They offer everything you need, lessons, rentals and trips to other surf spots. They run a very professional business and I highly recommend them.
Surf it Out. Contact Risa she is incredible. Not only a great surfer but super involved in our community.
Patricia’s Surf School-They offer rentals and lessons. On the beach off of calle las gaviotas.
**there are many surfing lessons offered on the beach. My suggestion would be to talk to them, pick one that you like and go have fun!
Chica Locca-60 foot trimaran that offers snorkeling and whale watching trips to the Marietta Islands. **highly recommend this tour**, professionally operated, great food, staff and overall experience. Their office is on the corner of calle Delfin and the plaza, just below Calypso restaurant. https://chicaloccatours.com
Sayulita Entourage-offers many different excursions, including diving, diving certification, whale watching, snorkeling and fishing trips. Stephane is a master diver.
Alley Cat-This is a great boat, family owned and operated. It is also a tri-catamaran. Usually they motor out and then sail back. Great staff. Their office is just down from Sayulita Cafe as you are walking toward the plaza.
This adventure company offers 1/2 day and full day hikes. Several treks to choose from; Monkey Mountain, Alta Vista, Camino de Jaguar. Check out their kayak offerings as well.
Michaparrita-information is located on the beach in a small building just to the left of the main beach and along the road that runs parallel to the beach. Or there other office is across from the ball field.
- Zip Line
- Marietta Islands for snorkeling
- Horseback riding
Captain Pablos on the beach at the end of Gaviotta’s street. Nothing is quite like the experience of fishing in a panga boat. Caught my first Dorado with them. Great fun! Best way to book is to take a walk down and talk with them.
Great reviews and a visitor favorite
Captain Cesar Dumay
Another long time captain that people love
Fishing can be a very personal experience so nothing wrong with taking a walk down to where
the fishing boats are on the main beach and talking to some of the fisherman directly. Best time
would be early a.m. when they are getting ready to go out.
You will find along the river or on the North beach just past Terrazola. Usually $300.00 pesos per hour.
Painted Ponies Equestrian Center
Painted Ponies Equestrian Center just outside of Sayulita, has great jungle, waterfall and beach rides.
At sunset from October-Jan/Feb on the north side beach you can be a part of something
magical when our local Campamento Tortuga releases the baby turtles. Look for the big green
flag on the beach across from Parjaro del Fuego condominiums. For more information or if you
want to sponsor a nest you can visit them on their Facebook page.
campamento Tortuga Sayulita
Sayulita is a yogis dream…..classes are everywhere. Here are several of our favorite options.
Yes!!! we have a gym and a killer cross fit club.
Nirvanan Spa. Right in town or they have tents on the beach https://www.sayulitalife.com/nirvanna
Sayulita 7 Spa. Jessica the owner is delightful. Just off the beach. https://www.sayulita7spa.com
Sayulita Sports massage – house calls available. [email protected]
Sayulita Holistic Body Work with Rikki. This is where you go when you need healing. Rikki is amazing. https://www.sayulitalife.com/riki
Nirvana-offers a variety of services. Located on Ave. El Palmar, 2nd floor about a block from the beach. They also offer massages on the beach just across from El Costeno. Ask for Graciela, she is amazing.
http://www.sayulitalife.com/riki This is where you go when you have a real issue. Ulrike is the real deal.
https://www.sayulita7spa.com Jessica just recently opened her studio. She is delightful and very dedicated to her practice.
You can rent 2 chairs and an umbrella for the day for around $200 to $300 pesos. This usually includes a waiter for beverages and food but you can also bring your own.
Be aware that the northern portion of the beach can have strong waves and rip currents. Use caution.
Other Beaches to visit:
Malpasos-great hike along the beach then on a jungle path/road.
Caracitos Beach-South of town past Los Muertos.
Los Muertos-Great swimming beach, close to town.
Los Ayalas-Cute small fishing village with 2 wonderful beaches about 30 minutes by car.
Guayabitos-The much larger version of Los Ayalas. Fun to visit.
San Blas- about 2 hours away. Hire a car and go exploring.
For directions and more information www.sayulitalife.com/sayulita-beaches
Other Places to Visit:
San Pancho/San Francisco. First town to the north of us.
La Patrona Polo Club in San Pancho
Check out their sunday brunch.
La Penita Market
Held every Thursday morning. It’s about 30 minutes by cab.
La Cruz Farmers Market
Held every Sunday in La Cruz
Sayulita Farmer’s Market
Every Friday from 10-2 November-April