August 2, 2022 Natalia Reca 0Comment

Sayulita’s local Security is back. For those who don’t know, towns’ local security are the Vigilantes. A group of locals who strive to keep things calm and collected in town, These are your go-to people when in need. Around 4 years ago a group of trustworthy locals saw there was a need for protection in town. These are the people that live eat and breathe Sayulita, they represent us. The vigilantes are here to protect the local community and the tourists, they make sure that there is no trouble, provide a lost and found service, and help to regulate theft….

June 30, 2022 Natalia Reca 0Comment

  Sayulita Life gives back to the community every month by donating $5,000 to a local cause or charity in need. Sayulita Life has chosen Mar y Vida annual surf camp as the recipient this month. Mar y Vida is a local non-profit summer surf camp, created by local surfer Risa, Centro Creativo and Centro de reciclaje.   The organization was created 5 years ago to give back to our Sayulita community and their children. Mar y Vida is a free camp offered to a select group of around 12-15 local kids that show promise in school and their local…

September 1, 2021 sayulitablog 0Comment

Sayulita Life gives back to the community every month by donating $5,000 to a local cause or charity in need. Sayulita Life has chosen Campamento Tortuguero as the recipient this month. Campamento Tortuguero, or The Turtle Camp, in Sayulita, is a voluntary community organization dedicated to preserving the native sea turtles that come every year in large numbers to Sayulita’s beaches to lay their eggs.  The turtle camp has many moving parts, all working toward their goal of protecting the sea turtles from poachers. Their main responsibilities include beach patrols to collect freshly laid eggs, carrying out the incubation of…

August 2, 2021 sayulitablog 0Comment

Sayulita Life gives back to the community every month by donating $5,000 to a local cause or charity in need. Sayulita Life has chosen Escuela Cooperativa as the lucky recipient this month. Escuela Cooperativa was founded in 2017 with the mission to educate local 3-5-year-old preschool children free of cost. Located on a hilltop on the south side of Sayulita, with instruction delivered in Spanish, this tuition-free model operates fully on a donation and volunteer basis. Monday through Friday, the school offers an educational curriculum that includes basic literacy and numeracy skills. Currently serving 26 local children, Escuela Cooperativa is…