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Nayarit offers a wealth of experiences from beaches to mountains, jungles and volcanoes, mangroves, rivers, and waterfalls.  There are ruins and petroglyphs, historical villages and modern cities. Casa Pacifico offers you the perfect home base for it all.  Read on to see what awaits you.


Whether you're looking for inexpensive mementos and souvenirs, artisanal crafts, or locally sourced produce and foods, you will find it at one of the many local markets.

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Nesting Turtles

Depending on the time of year, you may be able to participate in the turtle conservation program in the area. Night time turtle patrols take place in the summer and continue into the early winter. Patrols find nests, collect the eggs and transfer them to the turtle camps for protection and monitoring. Later in the season, beginning in early fall, those same eggs hatch! Schedule your vacation for September through February and you can be a part of one of the turtle releases where the tortuguitas (baby turtles) are carefully sent on their way back to the ocean. However you participate, the experience is sure to be a lifelong memory!

Ruins and Petroglyphs

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Take a day trip to the ruins at Ixtlan del Rio or the petroglyphs at Alta Vista.


Visit the lava fields and the semi active Ceboruco volcano where you can walk through the steam fumeroles.

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Snorkel Islas Coral and Cangrega, both eco-preserves, right here in the bay. Blue waters and soft sand are here for the taking.

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Children Snorkeling
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Woman Snorkling

Miles and miles of beach opens onto the waters of the Pacific. From surfing in Sayulita or San Blas, to the gentle lap of waves in Guayabitos, you can find it all within a few minutes drive. Beach walks don't get any better than this. And of course there is the beach at the end of the street!


Crocodiles, turtle release, seasonal whale watching, or the blue footed boobies at the Islas are here to excite you. Or sit and sip a margarita at the malecon and watch the pelicans dive for their dinner. 


Hot springs, cold springs, jungle tours, water sports, petroglyphs, ruins, hiking, visit the Huichol villages, and so much more!! So much to do, you'll need two vacations!


Do it all, or just relax by the pool or on the beach.

Welcome to Mexico!

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