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Our most recommended Riviera Nayarit Surfing lessons

Surfing on the north of the bay

1. Surfing on the north of the bay

Learn to surf in one of the best surf breaks for beginners. Receive a 25-minute lesson on the beach where you will learn to use the necessary technique so that you can surf your first waves. Then you can put into practice what you learned in a 2-hour private class in the water and enjoy this exciting sport.

Sayulita Beach: 6-Hour Trip from Puerto Vallarta

2. Sayulita Beach: 6-Hour Trip from Puerto Vallarta

Sightsee the beautiful beach town of Sayulita international surf paradise, home of many artists, beach lovers, and general fun-havers. Sayulita’s consistent waves, warm waters, stunning scenery, and village-like charm make for the best surf experience in Mexico. One hour from Puerto Vallarta, you can find a party mood, good vibe, and relaxed place in the streets of Nayarit hidden heaven. Visit the local restaurants, art galleries, craft markets, and astonishing beaches. Head over where waves are calm and the sand is soft, La Playa de los Muertos. You only need to walk through a colorful graveyard, where the ancestors of locals are remembered with respect and love. Nothing to be afraid of. Finally, take home a souvenir to share with your Friends: An exquisite Mexican Tequila!

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What people are saying about Riviera Nayarit

The tour guide was excellent and a great driver. Not really the tour that was the issue, but what Sayulita has become. Too busy... the road and the town was swarming and the beach has turned into a battle for your money. The beach is covered with beach chairs and you pay 300 to 500 Pesos to sit in a chair on the beach. No room to drop a towel or your backpack and go for a swim. You basically have to pay or too bad. Shopping and tacos are still good, but aggressive douchbags in the square ruin the experience.