Mexico's traditional 'spring break', Semana Santa, saw a huge influx of visitors to our town. The baseball field was turned into a gigantic parking lot for over 50 buses and hundreds of cars. Many more buses were seen at the entrance to town, in all more than 100. Many areas of the beach and town were converted into temporary campgrounds.Sayulita Semana Santa time attract youngester much to enjoy sun beam, bath and swimming
Now in its 4th year, the Sayulita Classic is regarded as one of the premier international surfing and stand-up paddle (SUP) events in North America attracting thousands of spectators and one of the deepest international fields of professional athletes and amateurs competing in longboard and stand-up paddle ("SUP") surfing contests as well as in an array of exciting offshore SUP distance races.
Yoga in Sayulita, Mexico with Gay Meagley February 16-March 2, 2013. The course is suitable for all levels and ages. Gay has been teaching yoga for 40 years and welcomes everyone. Breakfast will be served at Los Arcos after all morning yoga classes. There will be approximately 4 hours of yoga/ day with plenty of free time for swimming, surfing, hiking, boating and relaxing.
Sayulita Days celebration Feb 19th 2013! Typically the whole town shows up for the parade and charros, dancing horses, down at the main plaza. It's an annual celebration where locals, expats and tourists enjoy a typical Mexican celebration!
Sea Turtles and baby sea turtle releases have become a major attraction to our visitors in Sayulita. Many of our Olive Ridley Turtles who were born on Sayulita's beaches return every year to build nests and lay their eggs to perpetuate their cycle of life. Our challenge for the hatchlings is their journey from sandy beach to the sea while avoiding predators including birds, iguanas and sorry to say local poachers. (by Odett Gordon)