This is from the www.sanpancholife.com newsletter.
This is an article written by the tourism board. The most spectacular beaches of the Riviera Nayarit! Here you’ll find everything from virgin beaches where turtles nest and secluded island shores to shallow waters for children and high-octane waves for the most seasoned of surfers, who can enjoy hanging ten
Beginning on December 16 and through Christmas Eve brings Las Posadas. The event involves the entire community as they reenact the journey of Mary and Joseph’s search for an inn. Many of the reenactments are improv and can turn into a comedy, but the community involvement can be very inspirational.
Woke to the sight of dolphins out the bedroom window. Very thrilling. I had been missing the whale sightings, being the wrong time of year for that. Then this afternoon I saw the resident iguana drink out of the pool and relieve himself on the vanishing edge. He was beautiful,
Yes, the meals, while no longer included, are very economical and delicious! Iris will make them on the weekends and Yeyo will cook on the weekdays. You can have just dinners, which we used to offer, or you can spoil yourself with all 3 meals a day! Here is the
Deep Sea Fishing Vacations in Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit – taken from San Pancho Info newsletter by Kimberly King. Amberjack fish, Blue Marlin, Striped Marlin, Mahi Mahi fish, Sailfish, Bass, Yellowfin Tuna, Snapper and Wahoo fish are just some of the most amazing fish you can land while deep sea fishing
Vallarta Adventures offers whale watching tours. Here is what they say: Available Dec 15th-March 23rd, our Whale Watching Photo Safari is one of the most popular whale watching tours in Puerto Vallarta and spaces are limited. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to photograph Humpback whales in Banderas Bay.
She did a great job writing about the town! http://www.bridgesandballoons.com/san-pancho-mexico/
Alta Vista Petroglyphs History Carved into Stone Hike 30 minutes into the lush jungle and heart of an archaeological site, home to over 50 petroglyphs of carvings etched into stone. Located 45 minutes north of San Pancho near the beach town of Chacala, the site was discovered over 300 years
Here is some information about birding in San Pancho. San Pancho Observatory Birding with Luis Morales Birds of San Pancho The convergence of migratory and resident species, many of them endemic to Western Mexico, makes the San Pancho Nayarit area a very special place for birding. Having nearby birding trails