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Riviera Nayarit

YOUR ADVENTURE AWAITS

With over 190 miles of pristine beaches, untouched nature, wild jungles, and charming villages, Riviera Nayarit is home to a rich tapestry of local history, storied culture, and unending adventure. 

The curious traveler’s playground, Riviera Nayarit , sits along the Pacific ocean north of Puerto Vallarta, The region features several of Mexico’s prized “Pueblos Magicos” (historic towns) with winding cobblestoned streets, local restaurants, artisanal crafts, prized surf beaches, and a deep connection to a tradition of healing and spirituality.

Visit uninhabited islands with secret beaches, connect with nature on an enchanting jungle walk up nearby Monkey Mountain, or take a ceviche cooking lesson with our chef.

Featured Experience

Horseback Riding

Our outfitters take you on a joy ride through jungle trails to the beach, with a picturesque and thrilling horseback ride.

Fishing

Allow our team to pair you with the perfect fishing guide, whether deep sea or shoreline, we’ll have you chasing big game along the blue Pacific of the Riviera Nayarit.

Authentic Mexico

Venture with us to nearby Sayulita for surfing, shopping and tacos on the beach or stay closer and walk the cobblestoned streets of Punta de Mita for sophisticated dining and shops of the traditional fishing village. Our nearby towns are both historical and accessible.

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Sayulita

20 minute drive

This surf mecca pulls travelers from all over the world with its impressive surf, cobblestoned streets, art galleries, and memorable Mexican cuisine.

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Marieta Islands

20-minute drive, followed by a 30-minute boat ride

For the adventurous, this group of small, uninhabited islands are found a few miles off the coast of Nayarit. The perfect hidden must-see. The islands are home to beautiful marine life and a hidden beach accessible only by swimming.

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San Francisco

30 minute drive

Affectionately coined San Pancho by the locals, this sleepy beachside town is known for its picturesque shops, outdoor dining, and beach culture.

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Punta de Mita

0 minute drive

Known for its pristine, untouched nature, adventure, exquisite food, and stunning beaches.

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Puerto Vallarta

45 minute drive

A hub known for its world class surfing, coastal boardwalk, Spanish Colonial architecture, and fresh cuisine.

Our Experiences

The Agave Studio on property houses more than 200 bottles of agave spirits including Mexcal, Raicilla, Tequila, Sotol and more. Our agave expert will lead you on a journey through Mexico as you discover the history, regions and flavor profiles of these unique spirits. The tastings are paired with small bites, or book a 5-course dinner with pairings.
Dia de Muertos is celebrated throughout Mexico November 1 and 2, and Conrad Punta de Mita embraces the tradition with face painting, music, and a parade of las catrinas throughout the resort in honor of our ancestors. The lively celebration of food, music and costumes is sure enhance your stay.
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The Curators

Stefano
Stefano
Master Mixologist & Agave Spirits Expert

Ricardo Alvarez
Ricardo Alvarez
Chef de Cuisine of Codex

Erwan Le Mentec
Erwan Le Mentec
Director of Food & Beverage

Eugenia Torres
Eugenia Torres
Assistant Director of Food & Beverage

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