Formerly the town was known as Real de San Sebastián and later San Sebastián and since 1983, San Sebastián del Oeste is a village made up of ancient haciendas and century-old homes that have aged gracefully along with the surrounding mines and fields, filled with a valuable legacy of tradition and history.
In its glorious past, it was a prosperous and self-sustaining silver mining town with over four times the population it has now.
You can reach San Sebastian by air and you’ll arrive at the small airstrip located just outside the town, which allows daily service from Puerto Vallarta. On the way, you’ll enjoy impressive views of the hills and forests in the Sierra Madre.
MOUNTAIN FORESTS OF PINE AND OAK
$ 150 / each
*Prices in US dollars
Round trip transport
* The requested equipment has to be taken care of and delivered in perfect condition or a charge will be made for the total cost of it
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Non plastic disposable bottle
If you are an avid birdir you may realize that one day is not enough to properly scrutinize San Sebastián del Oeste and its surroundings.
That is why l have organized an itinerary of hot spots and routes in the San Sebastián del Oeste, area that allows us to spend more than one day.
Some of the endemic birds and the reason why we constantly visit the San Sebastián del Oeste.
Red Warbler, Colima Pygmy Owl, Gray crowned Woodpecker, Lilac crowned Parrot, Spotted Wren, Blue Mockingbird, Red headed Tanager, Rusty crowned Ground Sparrow, Mountain Trogon, Mexican Barred Owl, White striped Woodcreeper, Chestnut sided Shrike Vireo, Transvolcanic Jay, Russet Nightingale Thrush, Aztec Thrush, Green striped Brushfinch, Rufous capped Brushfinch.
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