From west swells on Punta de Mita's Faro, La Lancha and Burros to Sayulita's longboard right and San Pancho's beach pounders, you'll find yourself in the middle of some great surf choices. Sayulita offers a great right break for beginners and longboard riders, and a speedy left break for rippers. Nayarit's waves are smaller in the summer months -- the area's off season -- but even 3-foot waves can provide 20-second rides.
Punta Mita offers six slowly peeling breaks perfect for lazy-day longboarding. The beach-pounding breaks at San Francisco -- known locally as San Pancho -- and Lo de Marco are much less crowded but demand a bit more skill (hint: bail early or eat sand).
Whether you want to learn to surf in Sayulita or you are looking for some local insight, we can put you with the instructor or guide who'll make your day unforgettable.
Well, there is no better place to learn Stand Up Paddle Board than Sayulita. It's easy. In a few minutes you'll be up and paddling and, if you like, an experienced instructor can take you around Sayulita where you'll see wildlife, secluded beaches and beautiful green jungle along the seaside cliffs.