Lunazul has teamed up with I Love Waves and now offers the best surf camps in Mexico. Video and photo analysis, theory lessons and the best surf instruction you could ask for. They've also thrown in some extra gear and a massage for free! Lunazul Surf Camps are the perfect way for you to learn to surf. Fly in and out the days that best suit you, surf as much as you want and add additional activities such as yoga and SUP to your week.
Lunazul Surf School & Shop offers double bungalows, private bungalows for single occupancy and double occupancy. Double bungalows have 2 twin beds per room, and there are 2 rooms per bungalow. There is a common bathroom, kitchen and living area. 2 people per room (4 per bungalow). Private bungalows have one queen sized bed, own bathroom, kitchen and living area.
Whether it's swimming, paddle boarding or surfing - Sayulita playa (beach) has you covered. The main beach has several beach restaurants and bars to choose from as well as sun chairs and umbrellas for you to enjoy a lazy day at the beach. If you want more privacy you can walk to the nearby beaches, Playa los Muertos, being one of them. If you want to find a hidden gem, visit Playa Carricitos, here you will enjoy stunning sunsets and most likely you'll be the only one enjoying the view (perfect for romantic getaways). For even more remote beaches, visit Playa Patzcuaro or Playa Malpasos. These beaches do require a hike through the jungle to get to, but oh, is it worth it!
This surf camp is located in Sayulita, Nayarit, Mexico. Sayulita is a beautiful beach town just 40 minutes north from Puerto Vallarta. With its lush jungle, fabulous scenery and amazing restaurants, cafés and shops - it is the dream destination for anyone. Sayulita is also known as a surf mecca because of its perfect conditions for surfers of all levels. Whether you're a complete beginner or a pro, Sayulita's beach has great waves for you. Even though Sayulita is mostly known for its surf, there are also a variety of additional activities such as yoga, hiking, horseback riding, snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, jungle canopy tours and boat trips. One of the greatest qualities of this charming fishing village is that it has kept its authentic Mexican small town “vibe”. The magical atmosphere attracts an interesting mixture of people from traveling gypsies to upscale tourists. You will also find many interesting boutique shops with bohemian jewelry, clothing and art.
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Lunazul Surf school & Shop recommends La Esperanza restaurant, they offer Vegetarian and vegan food, organic, delicious and healthy, every meal made with magic, and Magia Fuocco with Italian food, must-try the pizzas and they assure you, you will love every bite.
There is a public bus that runs daily from 8:00 – 21:00 from Gustavo Diaz Ordaz (PVR) airport to Sayulita, and costs roughly 40 USD. Speaking basic Spanish helps to find your way to the bus stop, located across the highway from the Puerto Vallarta Airport exit. A pedestrian overpass connects both sides of the highway, and the bus labeled “Sayulita” heading North will bring you to Sayulita safely, though not as quickly as a taxi would.
Most travelers prefer to take a taxi cab or car service directly from the airport to Sayulita. Prices vary, but expect around 50-80 USD one-way trip. There are rental car companies located within the airport, and Lunazul Surf school & Shop suggests researching the best options before you arrive in Mexico.