There is a common misconception that makes this destination even more surprising: it’s said that the blue-footed bobby can only be found at the Galapagos Islands. However, nothing could be further from the truth: The Marietas Islands in Riviera Nayarit are also home to this and many exotic species, both terrestrial and maritime, that’ll make your visit an unforgettable experience...
You will find the peace and stillness you learn for. The resort is set on a curved stretch of remote beach surrounded by natural vegetation and located to one side of a natural estuary with mangroves where you can stroll in the evening under the stars.
The six story building is wide and spacious and orientated to the beauty and wildness of the Pacific Ocean. Read more
Designed by Greg Norman, The Golf Course lies adjacent to the hotel and is an impressive layout of 18 holes and well-crafted greens.
A spectacular, challenging PGA par 72 course, LITIBU's golf course winds through more than 68 hectares of land. Eight of the putting greens are surrounded by virgin jungle, with the last 3 runs providing delightful views... Know more
Welcome to La Tranquila, an exclusive luxury resort surrounded by a delightful natural environment and located on one of Mexico's cleanest beaches.
La Tranquila is an oasis of peace and tranquility, a magical hideaway on the famed Riviera Nayarit, located just minutes north of Punta de Mita, in Litibú. Read more
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22 miles north of the airport, the idyllic Sayulita beach is located in a cove where the jungle meets the sea. Perfect for surfing or sunning and everything in between. Seaside cafes and fine dining along with other services available. Along the point of the cove there are hidden beaches that can be found by walking through a graveyard. These beaches are well worth the effort. Lots of private little spots between rock formations teeming with marine life. The swift tides bring an abundance of seashells and other sea treasures to these tiny beaches.
Sea Turtles and baby sea turtle releases are a major attraction to visitors in Riviera Nayarit as thousands of Olive Ridley Turtles who were born on the region's beaches return every year to build nests and lay their eggs to perpetuate their cycle of life.
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