Before arriving in Boca de Chila, your eyes will be drawn to the postcardworthy Mexican countryside: watermelon and mango fields, strategically placed metal structures on which the enormous tobacco leaves are hung to dry, and tractors crisscrossing the fields in preparation for the next growing season.
Above these wide expanses you will also see white herons and other exotic birds soaring the skies, and beyond the fields lies a beautiful beach with deep blue waves, where you can take in breathtaking sunsets unlike any you could ever imagine.
The tropical climate and warm waters are some of the most popular attractions of Boca de Chila, a destination set to be another one of the great promises of the Riviera Nayarit.
Boca de Chila welcomes visitors with its 7.5-kilometer (4.7-mile) white sand beach and abundant vegetation that will soon provide the perfect backdrop for a tourism development offering visitors elegant hotels, professional golf courses, restaurants and everything they need to spend a fantastic vacation.
In this site, frequented by lovers of the sea, petroglyphs have been discovered that are currently on display in the town of Zacoalpan, located eight kilometers (five miles) from Boca de Chila.
A region filled with mangrove swamps and populated by a variety of aquatic and sub-aquatic birds, this destination offers true adventurers the opportunity to live an exciting experience and observe regional flora and fauna up close.
And while this ambitious tourist project is underway, you can find lodging in nearby Punta de Mita, Guayabitos or Chacala —all located just a few kilometers from Boca de Chila—, where you will also find all the amenities you need for an unforgettable stay.