Playa Sayulita Surf Camp - Sayulita, Nayarit. Surfing in Mexico
Come to our Playa Sayulita Surf Camp in Mexico and learn to surf with our friendly local Surf Instructors, improving day by day in beautiful Sayulita. We have different surf camps and options to suit everyone, whether you’re a beginner surfer or you’ve been surfing for years, and options for every budget too.
With year-round waves, a dozen surf breaks to choose from, quality equipment and qualified staff, this is by far the best beginner and intermediate Surf school in Mexico. For beginners and intermediate surfers, the long mellow waves are perfect for learning, while the long green waves will allow more advanced surfers to perfect their technique.
Our Surf Camps are available for everyone from first timers to regular surfers. We keep our guests with the same instructor all week so you can benefit from continuous surf feedback and coaching, and so that the instructors can pick the best break for you to surf depending on the conditions.
Perfect for a group of friends or even families, this hostel is only three blocks from the beach and seven minutes from downtown Sayulita. All rooms have ensuite facilities, and there are options for mixed and female only dorms.
- Relaxed hostel
- Swimming pool
- Rock climbing wall
- Laundry facilities
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Common room with TV
- All Rooms have WiFi access, and lockers and a safe to store your valuables.
Tucked away two blocks from the beach and a five-minute walk from the bars and restaurants of downtown Sayulita, our standard accommodation option gives guests the freedom to enjoy the hustle and bustle of Sayulita or have a more relaxing surf vacation, whichever they prefer.
- Swimming pool
- Terrace for sunset drinks
- Breakfast lounge
- Beautiful yoga studio (yoga classes are not included)
- Guests have free access to the hotel bicycles
- All rooms have Wi-Fi access, A/C
Oceanfront Luxury Suites
For guests looking for a luxurious holiday, or a couple on a romantic getaway, our upgraded oceanfront luxury suites are the perfect escape. Each room is unique and beautifully decorated, with spacious terraces. Our upgraded Sayulita accommodation is located a five-minute walk from downtown Sayulita’s restaurants and bars, and a seven-minute walk from the surf school
- king size and queen size beds
- Air Conditioning
- Free Wifi
- Free Yoga
- Daily maid service
- Mosquito Netting
- Outdoor Shower
Mexico’s most popular surf town, Sayulita, offers great waves and a chilled atmosphere for beginner and intermediate surfers. The Surf School is located just steps away from the beach, making it an ideal location for our surf services
- Surf Lessons in Sayulita
- Surfboard Rentals
- Stand Up Paddleboard rentals
- Guided surf trips from Sayulita to the Punta Mita and Chacala surf breaks!
- Sayulita’s mellow sandbar is an ideal surf break for our beginner surf lessons in Sayulita
- Left and right point breaks have more to offer experienced surfers.
- Our group in Sayulita Surf lessons have a maximum of four students per instructor
- For children, we have only 2 students per instructor.
- Surf board
- SUP lessons and trips
- Sport fishing / Spear fishing
- Snorkel tours to the Marietas Islands
- Snorkel / SUP trips to Coral Island
- Mountain biking
- Whale watching
LOCATION & GETTING HERE
Each of our accommodation partners are located only minutes walking distance from the beach! Guests can choose from staying at the main beach in town or on the north side that offers fewer crowds.
The closest International Airport is Puerto Vallarta (PVR)
Our transfer is done through our Airport Transfer Partners and both one-way or round-trip transfers are available depending on your needs. The prices for these services are as follows:
Round-trip = $155 USD (1-3 pax) / $200 USD (4-6 pax)
PV to Sayulita (one-way) = $100 USD (1-3 pax) / $130 USD (4-6 pax)
Sayulita to PV (one-way) = $55 USD (1-3 pax) / $70 USD (4-6 pax)
From Puerto Vallarta airport:
Leave the arrivals area, cross the street on the pedestrian bridge and the bus stop is right on the other side. The bus line serving Sayulita is COMPOSTELA and their buses are white and green. Look for “Sayulita” written on the windshield of the bus. Please note that not all COMPOSTELA buses go to Sayulita! Please check with your driver when getting on.
From Downtown Puerto Vallarta:
If you’re staying downtown, you’ll have to take two buses. The best option is to go from the Malecon and head east, walking a couple blocks up until you see a series of public buses zooming by. Once there, look for a blue sign indicating a bus stop. Take any bus heading north that has “Walmart” written on the windshield. Get off at Walmart. You’ll notice two bus waiting areas. Facing Walmart and Sam’s Club, walk to the larger bus waiting area on the left. There is usually a man with a clipboard stationed there to direct passengers to the correct bus for their desired destination. Board a COMPOSTELA bus that is white and green with “Sayulita” written on the windshield.
From Nuevo Vallarta:
To take the bus to Sayulita, simply get to MEGA on the main highway (or the closest big convenient store going north), and jump on any COMPOSTELA bus with “Sayulita” written on the windshield.
After arriving at the bus station:
Once you get off at the bus station in Sayulita, walk straight down the main street (Revolución), then take the first right after the bridge and head straight towards the beach. Our office is on the left before you reach the beach, there’s no missing it!
PRICES & PACKAGES
The most economical accommodation package we offer is with a hostel, staying in a shared dormitory. The hostel also offers private rooms and suites upon request! The most expensive accommodation we offer is at two luxury hotels, one on the far south side of the main beach and the other on the north side of town, that both offer complimentary yoga classes, bike rentals, and restaurants on property. We can accommodate a package of any budget, ranging anywhere between $250 USD to 1,535 USD. Please be aware that prices may vary depending on availability, dates of vacation, and high season (November – April ) versus low season (May – October).