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Our tours are customized with small groups so you have the best experience during your holidays

TOURS

Sayulita

4 hr. Trip

We offer birding tours as we are avid naturalists who want you to experience the real Sayulita and all that this beautiful region offers: from the squawking gossip of chachalacas to the cries of wheeling gulls, Sayulita is full of bird song, and bird life.

 

As the sun goes down on the beaches of Sayulita you will see, as if they were floating spirits, silhouettes that glide over the sea, bodies that sink and re-emerge waiting for the next wave, facing the sunset, the dazzling tones of the farewell to the sun. And surfing is one of the main attractions of this town of fishing tradition, which lovers of this sport come from all corners of the world, as a sacred appointment, with their boards on their backs, their golden skin and passion for marine waters.

Sayulita

Sayulita is a paradise for bird enthusiasts.

 

1-3 persons $85/each

4-6 persons $75/each

7-9 persons $65/each

*Prices in US dollars

Includes:

Bilingual Guide

Binoculars

Bird reference books

Breakfast

FAQ

 

- Where do your tours depart from?

The departure location is Sayulita Downtown Plaza

- What time does the tour start?

The tour starts at 7:30 am (local time)

- How difficult is this hike?

Easy to moderate

What to bring

 

  • Long Pants
  • Closed in shoes
  • Hat/Cap
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Insect repellent

Monkey Mountain

6 hr. Trip

In climbing this mountain, you not only get immersed in the jungle and forest enroute–when you reach the top you’ll find absolutely stunning views of the Nayarit countryside and the Pacific Ocean in all directions. The summit of Monkey Mountain is probably the best viewpoint in the region: since its so close to the ocean, you see miles of coastline in both directions as well as the valleys and mountains that define the geography of this part of Nayarit. The views from the top are simply spectacular. The name, Cerro de Mono comes from the small clay figurines, or monos, that the indigenous peoples used to leave all over that mountain, looking out over the sea and the land.

Monkey Mountain

Monkey Mountain is the largest of the hills to the south of Sayulita.

 

1-3 persons $60/each

4-7 persons $50/each

*Prices in US dollars

Includes:

Bilingual Guide

Round trip transport

Bottled Water

FAQ

 

- Where do your tours depart from?

The departure location is Sayulita Downtown Plaza

- What time does the tour start?

The tour starts at 7:30 am (local time)

- How difficult is this hike?

Moderate to strenuous.

What to bring

 

  • Long Pants
  • Closed in shoes
  • Hat/Cap
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Insect repellent
  • Camera
  • Snacks

San Pancho

4 hr. Trip

The estuary is a lovely, enchanting place, and any visitor to Sayulita should plan on at least taking one day trip up to San Pancho to enjoy the town streets, shops, restaurants, and bars, as well as the beach.

 

The history of San Pancho - as this town is affectionately named - is told on the walls of a farm near the beach, with images painted in acrylic, featuring colorful characters, the landscape of this destination considered the "Capital Cultural "of the state of Nayarit thanks to the various initiatives to promote the culture and education that are carried out.

San Pancho

The estuary is a lovely, enchanting place

 

1-3 persons $100/each

4-7 persons $90/each

*Prices in US dollars

Includes:

Bilingual Guide

Round trip transport

Binoculars

Bird reference books

Breakfast

FAQ

 

- Where do your tours depart from?

The departure location is Sayulita Downtown Plaza

- What time does the tour start?

The tour starts at 7:30 am (local time)

- How difficult is this hike?

Easy to moderate

- Can i bring my own car?

Yes! If you have your own car to use, the price of the tours will be lower

What to bring

 

  • Long Pants
  • Closed in shoes
  • Hat/Cap
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Insect repellent
  • Snacks

San Blas

8 hr. Trip

San Blas is often renowned as the most popular birdwatching destination in all of Mexico. I offers a special package tour of La Tovara park, an extensive mangrove forest and federally protected nature preserve accessible by small boats.

 

La Tovara is a spring located in the municipality of San Blas Nayarit in the state of Nayarit (Mexico), which gives rise to a natural freshwater pond in the middle of a stream at the base of a mountain range. The area is very extensive and is full of natural channels between the jungle that flow into Matanchén Bay in the Pacific Ocean. The vegetation is leafy and full of tropical plants among which the giant ferns and mangroves stand out, and a diverse fauna that includes crocodiles, turtles, jaguars, ocelots, armadillos, and a great variety of birds and fish.

San Blas

San Blas estuary is one of the great birding sites in Nayarit. La Tovara is a Jungle Boat Ride to La Tovara will be the highlight of your vacation.

 

1-3 persons $150/each

4-7 persons $140/each

*Prices in US dollars

Includes:

Bilingual Guide

Round trip transport

Binoculars

Bird reference books

Meal at local restaurant

FAQ

 

- Where do your tours depart from?

The departure location is Sayulita Downtown Plaza

- What time does the tour start?

The tour starts at 7:30 am (local time)

- How difficult is this hike?

Easy to moderate

- Can i bring my own car?

Yes! If you have your own car to use, the price of the tours will be lower

What to bring

 

  • Long Pants
  • Closed in shoes
  • Hat/Cap
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Insect repellent
  • Snacks
  • Swimwear and towels

Boat Ride through mangrove

Bottled water

El Quelele

4 hr. Trip

Laguna El Quelele is an habitat surrounded by 100 hectares of mangrove forest that offers plenty of living creatures, including river crocodiles, raccoons, coatis, turtles and an amazing range of migratory and resident birds.

 

The El Quelele lagoon, Nayarit, Mexico, as an aquatic birds habitat. Monthly qualitative and quantitative observations of the aquatic birds present in the El Quelele lagoon, Nayarit, Mexico, were undertaken between June 1996 and May 1997. Forty aquatic birds species and 93,189 individuals were recorded and classified into six functional groups. In this commu- nity, Dendrocygna autumnalis was, by far, the most abundant species (85,146). The variation in the abundance and number of species throught the year shows that the lagoon is a temporary feeding and resting site for migrant and winter resident aquatic birds. This is evidence that show the role of El Quelele lagoon along the Pacific Flyway.

El Quelele

El Quelele is one of the most beautiful coastal bodies along the bay

 

1-3 persons $100/each

4-7 persons $90/each

*Prices in US dollars

Includes:

Bilingual Guide

Round trip transport

Binoculars

Bird reference books

Breakfast

FAQ

 

- Where do your tours depart from?

The departure location is Sayulita Downtown Plaza

- What time does the tour start?

The tour starts at 7:30 am (local time)

- How difficult is this hike?

Easy to moderate

What to bring

 

  • Long Pants
  • Closed in shoes
  • Hat/Cap
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Insect repellent
  • Snack

Patzcuaro

4 hr. Trip

Playa Patzcuaro is a rugged beach just south of Sayulita, with an enchanting natural beauty and tranquility that will lead us to reflect on large questions about our relation to birds and the natural world.

Patzcuaro

Patzcuaro is full of bird song, and bird life

 

1-3 persons $100/each

4-7 persons $90/each

*Prices in US dollars

Includes:

Bilingual Guide

Round trip transport

Binoculars

Bird reference books

Breakfast

FAQ

 

- Where do your tours depart from?

The departure location is Sayulita Downtown Plaza

- What time does the tour start?

The tour starts at 7:30 am (local time)

- How difficult is this hike?

Easy to moderate

What to bring

 

  • Long Pants
  • Closed in shoes
  • Hat/Cap
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Insect repellent
  • Bottled Water
  • Snack

El Salado

4 hr. Trip

Estuary El Salado is a fairly extensive mangrove ecosystem and Natural Protected Area located in an urbanized area of Puerto Vallarta, sufficiently conserved to attract several guilds of birds.

 

El Salado Estuary is located in the Municipality of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. It is considered an Urban Estuary, since it is surrounded by the urban area of the aforementioned Port [Puerto Vallarta]. It consists of a surface area to be protected of 168-96-50 hectares, out of which nearly 135 hectares are comprised of mangrove and marsh vegetation, and the rest are comprised of two remnants of tropical semi-deciduous forest surrounded by sequences of elements of water and underwater vegetation, a thorn forest and secondary vegetation.

El Salado

Estuary El Salado is the only protected estuary of the region

 

1-3 persons $110/each

4-7 persons $100/each

*Prices in US dollars

Includes:

Bilingual Guide

Round trip transport

Binoculars

Bird reference books

FAQ

 

- Where do your tours depart from?

The departure location is Sayulita Downtown Plaza

- What time does the tour start?

The tour starts at 7:30 am (local time)

- How difficult is this hike?

Easy to moderate

What to bring

 

  • Long Pants
  • Closed in shoes
  • Hat/Cap
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Insect repellent
  • Bottled Water
  • Snack

Breakfast

Bottled Water

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