Is Sayulita Mexico cheap?
The cheapest trip to Sayulita is about $85 per person per day for travelers willing to take standby flights, deal with inconvenience, and otherwise limit travel expenses. About 2% of rentals are available in the $0 to $100 range for an entire place, and vacation rentals can be booked for as low as $20 per night.
What is Sayulita Mexico known for?
Sayulita is known for the colorful “Ojos de Dos” and “Papel Picado” (colorful flags) that grace it’s central streets. In 2019 Sayulita broke the world record of having the most “Ojos de Dios” ever on display and we plan to continue the tradition each year.
Is the beach at Sayulita clean?
The water in Sayulita has been declared safe for recreational use, and also clean, even though it may not be the crystal clear water many hope to see in Mexico.
How do people dress in Sayulita?
In general, Sayulita is very casual and bohemian. Think colorful Mexican chic in a relaxed surfer town. No heels and no dressy clothes needed! Opt for breezy dresses, tunics, sandals, embroidered tops – boho chic, relaxed vibes.
What currency is used in Sayulita?
Generally, you will want to use pesos in most establishments in Sayulita. A few, however, will accept US dollars, but the exchange rate varies, and is not in your favor. You will most likely get a better rate from your bank or the money exchange. Your best bet is to use pesos.
Are there sharks in Sayulita?
No sharks, no jelly fish, just relentless beach vendors.
What do people wear in Sayulita in December?
Ultimate Sayulita Packing List
- Bathing Suits. These are probably the most important things you are going to want to bring on your vacation.
- Cover-ups. You will want to pack a good cover-up or two with you on your trip to Sayulita.
- Good Sun Hat.
- Polarized Sunglasses.
- Beach Bag.
- Travel Towel.
- Active Shoes.