February 27, 2019 Aanya 0Comment
Sayulita and its surrounding area is perfect for a destination wedding. Sayulita is a busy little town, yet manages to maintain a local charm. With a number of scenic bays or vistas to choose from, it’s an ideal destination for unforgettable wedding moments. In addition, the nearby Puerto Vallarta airport makes it especially convenient for both bride and groom and guests. There are endless possibilities when it comes to resorts, hotels, or more unique boutique-style locations that will be happy to cater to making the wedding of your dreams come true. Tamara and Patricia of Chic Concepts have over a decade of experience in planning weddings, and they are dedicated to bringing your unique and special wedding vision to life.
January 16, 2019 Aanya 0Comment
Luxury travel is not just for the deep-pocketed anymore; everyone loves a touch of luxury in their lives, and now more than ever with our various platforms and means to find accommodations in Sayulita, it is easy to find a great, luxurious vacation spot. Helen from HM Luxury Vacations in Sayulita shares what splurging on your holiday vacation looks like.
December 24, 2018 Aanya 0Comment
In Mexico, Christmas is generally celebrated starting as early as December 16th, lasting until early January. Many families, friends, and workplaces celebrate with a variety of types of parties and traditions. In Sayulita, we have already seen the festivities in the plaza for Lady Guadalupe days; displays of fireworks, horse dancing, canons, and live music all began on December 2nd and lasted for twelve days. One of the other most common Christmas traditions we have in Mexico is the “Posada”. “Posada” is Spanish for “inn” or “lodging”. There are nine Posadas which celebrate the part of the Christmas story where Joseph and Mary looked for somewhere to stay. In traditional Posadas, children are given candles and a board with painted figures of Joseph and Mary riding a donkey. They take these clay figures and make the rounds to houses of friends and neighbors and sing songs, similar to how other cultures go caroling. Posadas may also include traditional Mexican cuisine, games, fireworks, music and dancing, and maybe even a gift exchange. Each night a different house holds the Posada party, and the final Posada occurs on Christmas eve.
November 27, 2018 Aanya 0Comment
La Patrona Polo & Equestrian Club in San Pancho has had a Sunday brunch and polo match tradition going on for years. However, now La Patrona is expanding from the Sunday-Funday polo and brunch to other fun and new exciting activities throughout the week, all just minutes away from Sayulita.
November 20, 2018 Aanya 0Comment
Hotel Paraiso is one of the newest hotels currently being built in Sayulita. With a growing number of construction projects in Sayulita on hotels and tourist accomodations, at times it can feel as though our small Pueblo is shrinking and becoming overpopulated with similar buildings and infrastructure. Hotel Paraiso, however, is incredibly unique in its concept and vision, and is a hotel that will positively benefit our community. I speak with the owner, Alejandro, about the hotel and its unique qualities which make it stand out in Sayulita.
November 20, 2018 Aanya 0Comment
Sitting under an open air palapa with a refreshing drink in hand and a spectacular view of the ocean, Juan and Gina from Spanglish Language School in Sayulita, share their advice on language learning. Baby Leoní and their furry friends, Astro, Inés, and Colmillo leisurely wander around the property, adding to the laid-back and family friendly atmosphere of this school. This is how mastering a foreign language looks like at Spanglish Language School in Sayulita, Mexico.
November 12, 2018 Aanya 0Comment
SayulitaFit, Sayulita’s first fitness and athletic club is finally opening today, November 12th, 2018, and it has been the talk of the town since word of its opening first began to spread around our pueblo. With major excitement growing about this gym, I talk with the owner Josh Serrano about the services and fitness classes that will be provided, and why SayulitaFit is filling a need in this community that previously has been unmet.
November 7, 2018 Aanya 0Comment
Sundaram Suites, a new vacation rental in San Pancho, Nayarit, is just a ten minute drive away from our town of Sayulita. With a prime jungle location, one block from the beach, luxurious accommodations, and conscientious and caring staff, Sundaram Suites seems to be an excellent choice when deciding where to stay on your next vacation to the area. This rental is unique not only in its design, but that it is for adults only, with a minimum stay of six nights. I talk with Abraham and Felipe, the owners and operators of Sundaram Suites about their dedication and vision for their vacation rental. It is very clear that that the two not only have extensive experience and expertise in the hospitality industry, but that they are passionate about the work they do in helping curate the perfect vacation for their guests.
October 24, 2018 Aanya 0Comment
Latcho and Andrea have an infectious energy, both in their music and through their interactions with those they encounter. It is clear even before hearing them play that they are soulful, intuitive, creative, talented, and can read one another like magic. Latcho and Andrea are incredibly passionate about performing their music; they share with me their inspiration behind their unique and sultry sound, the way they work as a duo, and what kind of style of music they enjoy sharing. As they get ready to begin performing regularly again in Sayulita, it is exciting to hear about the irresistible, fun, culturally relevant, and engaging music they create to share with our community.
October 24, 2018 Aanya 0Comment
Dia De Los Muertos, or “Day of the Dead”, is one of the most widely celebrated holidays in Latin American cultures. While the holiday first originated in Mexico, it is now celebrated all over Latin America. According to National Geographic, “Day of the Dead originated several thousand years ago with the Aztec, Toltec, and other Nahua people, who considered mourning the dead disrespectful. For these pre-Hispanic cultures, death was a natural phase in life’s long continuum. The dead were still members of the community, kept alive in memory and spirit”.