Punta Mita is an upscale enclave of luxury hotels, spacious villas, fine dining, gorgeous beaches and two world-class golf courses. As groomed as a gated community in Santa Barbara, the area offers the exclusivity and security needed for a restful retreat.
Perfect forFamilies | Romantics | Style Mavens | Ultimate Indulgers
When to goDecember-February | March-May
Ideal length of stay3-5 Nights
Designing Your Journey
Work with Indagare to design the perfect itinerary for an immersive journey. Our travel experts know the destination inside and out, and they can make recommendations based on your travel needs and preferences.
3 Days: Essential Punta Mita
With a customized itinerary that features special access to resorts, guided tours and classes in cooking, surfing and golf, you can enjoy the best of Punta Mita. Here is just one example of what our destination experts can create for you.
Settle into your hotel and then head to the beach (on property or at a nearby surf spot), for an afternoon surfing lesson. The coastal beaches all have calm waters that are perfect for beginner surfers. After a soothing spa treatment, enjoy dinner on the beach. You can dine on fresh fish and lobster as you listen to the rolling waves and sample the margarita menu.
This morning, drive or take a taxi to Sayulita, a charming village located about 10 miles from the Punta Mita hotels. Once a small fishing town, Sayulita now attracts a stylish crowd of visitors and expats thanks to its local cuisine, artisan shopping and laid-back vibe. Return to your hotel for a few hours on the beach, then experience a change of scenery (without leaving Punta Mita) for dinner at Sufi, the restaurant at the beach club in Porta Fortuna. The setting, on a raised terrace, offers unobstructed sea views and a fresh, Mediterranean-Mexican menu.
Today, visit the Marieta Islands, a UNESCO world heritage site, with a guide. This natural rock formation is home to approximately 70 species of indigenous birds. Adults and older teenagers can swim through a cave to visit the island’s “Hidden Beach,” a small inlet created by erosion. After seeing the islands by boat, grab scuba gear to explore the waters below. Bandera’s Bay is home to over 100 species of fish and is known for its extensive amount of fauna. End your stay with a multi-course dinner at one of Indagare’s recommended restaurants.
Where To Stay
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