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Danya Soto
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Music lover, an enthusiast of dark beer and the art. Field of view: 50 mm. Shy but with a high probability of thunderstorms.

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6 Must-See Sites in Riviera Nayarit

By  Danya Soto
Sep. 23, 2022
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The Riviera Nayarit is a destination rich in culture, nature, gastronomy and places you must visit at least once in your life. Here is a list of 6 can’t-miss sites that will make you fall in love.

Marietas Islands

Marietas Islands

Here you can visit the impressive Playa del Amor (Beach of Love), more typically called Playa Escondida (Hidden Beach). There is also Playa La Nopalera, known for its amazing color, a place ideal for snorkeling and viewing all kinds of cool fish.

Cerro del Mono

Cerro del Mono

This place is highly recommended for people who love to hike. There are two routes: one for intermediate hikers and another for more experienced ones. Once you reach the top, you will be treated to one of the most jaw-dropping view of the Riviera Nayarit.

La Alberca de Mar

La Alberca de Mar

Located across from the Palladium Resort in Punta de Mita, La Alberca de Mar is a big must on your list of things to do. It is a saltwater pool depends on the tide, so it’s only possible to swim in it when the waves fill it up.

Isla del Coral

Isla del Coral

Just 10 minutes by boat from charming Rincón de Guayabitos, you will find this Riviera Nayarit’s gorgeous natural aquarium. This place will knock your socks off with its crystal-clear water just made for snorkeling, swimming or paddle boarding.

La Tovara

La Tovara

La Tovara is set in such beautiful surroundings that it will take your breath away and gives you the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of nature’s prettiest landscapes. The crocodiles will serve as your hosts since this is their home, and the birdwatching is spectacular.

Isla Isabel National Park

Isla Isabel National Park

This natural oasis on Isabel Island is ideal for connecting with nature: You can only get here with a guided tour from San Blas and you have to spend the night, since the tide prevents a round trip in one day. Here you’ll see plenty of fauna including the whale sharks, manta rays, turtles, frigates, seagulls and blue-footed boobies.

Danya Soto
Photographer

Music lover, an enthusiast of dark beer and the art. Field of view: 50 mm. Shy but with a high probability of thunderstorms.

  danyasotto

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