Sayulita village beach offers a natural environment with white and black sand, papayas, mangos, coconuts and other trees. It is also a comfortable beach due to its warm tropical breeze and weather. Most tourists like Sayulita beach for its budget activities such as surfing, swimming, hiking, fishing and kayaking. Beach bonfires, local music events and circling drums are also popular during the night.
The weather is milder compared to Biha de Banderas located just a short distance on the South. The temperature at Sayulita is about 75-80 degrees Fahrenheit during November to April, and this is the perfect period for pictures at the beach. However, night life is a bit cold, with sweaters and jeans required for most of the days.
Hurricane seasons on summer are also rare on the Sayulita beach. On average, the summer temperature is about 88F. Most afternoons and evenings are characterized by rainstorms and high humidity.
Tourists enjoy one of the longest point breaks in Mexico in the Sayulita village beach. Experienced international surfers usually find it good to interact with locals who take them out for surfing. These locals are better well-informed on how to do it. Patient local instructors are also the best for international tourists who want to begin surfing.
The weather in the Sayulita beach makes it possible for budget surfs throughout the year. For those who have never been to the Sayulita beach, rooms are unbelievably inexpensive beginning at $4 per night without compromising on security and health although these might be some distance away from beach. In fact, most people are able to afford the stay because the cost reduces with longer stays. The hotels located only a walking distance from the beaches are also good choices for cheap and traditional foods and beverages, for instance those rich in the Mayan culture.