Mexico Group Travel Tours For Yoga & Wellness Vacations

A secret pueblo magico spot, where the waves are consistent, yogis rule the town, and cervezas are abundant. Welcome to Sayulita.

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Sayulita has a vortex that circulates the most beautiful energy around the area. This is what life is about - calming ocean sounds, cool breeze, and warm nights on a beach right at your doorstep.

Sayulita

Undiscovered Gem

While the hoards flock to Cabo and Cancún, you can be a trailblazer and explore this lesser-known town on the Western coast of Mexico near Puerto Vallarta. There are endless things to do, from fire dancing at a beach bar to happy hour at a downtown restaurant to sipping colorful margaritas on the sidewalk of a pedestrian plaza.

Surf's Up

Wave shredders and newbies alike, listen up. Sayulita is one of our favorite places in the world to catch some seriously incredible surf. The surfer culture here is radical, the breaks are consistent, and there are plenty of options for newbies to take lessons from locals who know how to catch a wave or two.

Fiesta Beach Town

Sayulita is the idyllic and vibey beach town you’ve been in search of, with a splash of Mexican fiesta culture. You can go from the white sand and crashing waves to strolling to downtown sidewalks filled with local galleries, fresh cafes, and colorful Insta worthy murals, all within five minutes.

Ain't No Mountain High Enough

Feel like taking a day off from the beach? Lace up your sneakers and get to climbing some of the coolest jungle trails up to panoramic lookouts over the coast. One of our favorites if you’re looking for a bit of a challenge is Monkey Mountain, which is considered sacred to the Huichol Indians.

HIGHLIGHTS

Boat Dayz

Beach Games

Surfing

Cervezas

Jungle Hikes

Yoga

Fresh Eats

Squad Hangs

Hotel Dreams

Ocean Sunsets

cool stuff people said

TESTIMONIALS

the_aloelife

Hands down the hardest hike i’ve done but absolutely worth the view. i still think back to my week in Sayulita as one of the most adventurous experience i’ve had. all thanks to @surfyogabeer🍺

@jonathan.nampha

I get it, it’s hot. Suck it up.

@summer_buns

On the surface, these pictures merely look like a good time. But what you don’t see is that what started out as a timid tiptoe around each other soon gave way to a sense of urgency to dive into one another with what little time we had left. To see each other, and to be seen.

Do you know what it feels like to be seen? It feels like you’ve just fallen in love with 30 people at the same time. It feels like being spoken to with only their eyes and letting them pierce your soul. It feels like walking down an aisle of strangers with your eyes closed who are whispering the goodness they see in you in both ears so loudly that all you can do is receive it and know that this is what it feels like to be seen.

To all the souls I met this week: who lifted me, filled me, inspired me, engaged me, challenged me, pushed me, made me laugh, brought me joy, held me when I cried. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Your truth, grace, beauty, grit, and raw power is a gift for which I will never have sufficient words.

My hope for you is that you don’t act out of fear, scarcity, anxiety, or grasping. Just act because it’s all too precious, delicate, and important not to give our all and our everything. I hope that if you love someone, good fucking god, you say it and say it and say it again. If there is a place, person, dream, or a love calling to your soul – move mountains to get to where you need to be. If you’ve lost yourself along the way, claw your way back to your own beating heart with the last bit of strength in your body. If you have work you need to do in the world, a story you need to tell, or a truth that needs to be spoken. Do it or tell it or speak it like it matters more than anything else.

Because right now, I can’t think of anything more holy than this: SHOW UP. Like you never have before. Fuck the protection and old wounds. To hell with saving energy for another day, or letting our doubts or scars win the round.

There’s no time for that.

To hell with it. Just go out and love, as hard as you can. Be brave. Reach out and hold on tightly to what matters. Do it like you might not ever get a chance again. Because you might not.

You have changed me. Forever. ILY

@jsaintc2

These four people completely made the trip to Sayulita so special. It was their professionalism, expertise, dedication and total bad-assitude which I loved and respected. And when they gave you props for something that you did well - that was better than anything in the world. 💪👊🏻

@andymoran

Happiness at its finest 2.0

The Location

Fly into Puerto Vallarta Ordaz (PVR), the closest airport to the beautiful village on Mexico's Pacific coast, Sayulita. 

Sayulita's backdrop is the Madre Occidental mountains, with beautiful beaches and strong surf lining Sayulita's shores. 

Sayulita is known as the place to learn how to surf. With gentle rolling tides, these beaches are perfect for beginners or pros! 

Sayulita's relaxed beach town vibe is filled with cute shops by day and bustling nightlife by sunset.

Our Accomodations

We will be staying in a stunning beachfront hotel where we can catch waves, explore the inland, and play on the beach all in one day! Our prime location in Sayulita allows us to live both the beach and town life. 

Money in Mexico

The Mexican peso is the currency of Mexico. However, the USD is incredibly common, and some establishments will even price their menus in USD. 

There are a few ATMs in Sayulita, but they are not very accessible and may charge a withdrawal fee. We suggest taking money out in your home country to be safe. 

We suggest bringing $300 to $400 to use at bars and a few of our dinners, but otherwise, we've got you covered! 

Fuelling Our Bodies

Part of the SYB lifestyle is enjoying fresh and local cuisines. In Sayulita, we have access to the freshest produce and fish, all while enjoying traditional Mexican cuisine. 

Typical Mexican produce entails corn, potatoes and squash, but you may encounter tomatoes, mangos, and peppers in many dishes!

Let's Talk Water

Tap water in Mexico is not considered safe to drink, as it is risky to become sick from consuming it. Instead, filtered & bottled water will be provided. 

Safety in Mexico

Sayulita is one of the safest regions in Mexico for travellers! The only significant risks we may experience are pickpockets, scammers, and typical risks associated with travelling. 

Our accommodations will have safes for us to leave our valuables in, and we suggest leaving all important items in the safe while we are out exploring - but maybe keep your Yeezys and nice jewelry at home!

Fly into Puerto Vallarta Ordaz (PVR), the closest airport to the beautiful village on Mexico's Pacific coast, Sayulita. 

Sayulita's backdrop is the Madre Occidental mountains, with beautiful beaches and strong surf lining Sayulita's shores. 

Sayulita is known as the place to learn how to surf. With gentle rolling tides, these beaches are perfect for beginners or pros! 

Sayulita's relaxed beach town vibe is filled with cute shops by day and bustling nightlife by sunset.

We will be staying in a stunning beachfront hotel where we can catch waves, explore the inland, and play on the beach all in one day! Our prime location in Sayulita allows us to live both the beach and town life. 

The Mexican peso is the currency of Mexico. However, the USD is incredibly common, and some establishments will even price their menus in USD. 

There are a few ATMs in Sayulita, but they are not very accessible and may charge a withdrawal fee. We suggest taking money out in your home country to be safe. 

We suggest bringing $300 to $400 to use at bars and a few of our dinners, but otherwise, we've got you covered! 

Part of the SYB lifestyle is enjoying fresh and local cuisines. In Sayulita, we have access to the freshest produce and fish, all while enjoying traditional Mexican cuisine. 

Typical Mexican produce entails corn, potatoes and squash, but you may encounter tomatoes, mangos, and peppers in many dishes!

Tap water in Mexico is not considered safe to drink, as it is risky to become sick from consuming it. Instead, filtered & bottled water will be provided. 

Sayulita is one of the safest regions in Mexico for travellers! The only significant risks we may experience are pickpockets, scammers, and typical risks associated with travelling. 

Our accommodations will have safes for us to leave our valuables in, and we suggest leaving all important items in the safe while we are out exploring - but maybe keep your Yeezys and nice jewelry at home!

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Sayulita Reflection | Meaghan McCann

Sayulita Reflection | Meaghan McCann

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