With Banderas Bay (famous for resembling a giant swimming pool) and its pearly fine sand, Guayabitos Mexico boasts a two-kilometer (1.25 mile) stretch of incredible beach. Guayabitos beach also measures more than 30 meters (100 feet) wide and is bathed by the tranquil, crystal-clear Pacific Ocean waters.
Guayabitos beach is a constant celebration of color and joyous activity. It is common to see children building sand castles, jumping in the gentle surf, and playing with their siblings on these tropical shores.
You will also find young people playing volleyball or soccer or enjoying a myriad of water things to do. Entire families gather together here on Guayabitos beach to enjoy traditional Mexican fare. Locals and visitors alike are snapping photographs or videotaping the memorable moments of their vacation here in Guayabitos Mexico.
Isla Coral & Isla Cangrejo
Don’t forget to visit the islands of Isla Coral and Isla Cangrejo, both representative symbols of Guayabitos Mexico. These islands allow you to admire beautiful natural landscapes close up. They are a virtual bird watchers paradise allowing you to witness an incredible variety of local and migratory birds including pelicans, seagulls, and Blue-Footed Boobies. You can also try your hand at scuba diving or snorkeling in the turquoise-blue waters surrounding Isla Coral and Isla Cangrejo.
Town of Rincon de Guayabitos
After your fun-filled day of sun, sand, and sea, take some time to stroll down the main avenue of Rincon de Guayabitos Mexico. Here you will find a wide variety of souvenir and handicraft shops selling all sorts of wonderful treasures. You will marvel at the workmanship of the colorful beaded works made by native Huicholes of the region. You will also find beautiful silver jewelry, hand-embroidered clothing, and other interesting items such as starfish and marine flowers.
Discover the friendly nature of the people of Guayabitos Mexico. Take in the folklore of this vacation destination that borrows its name from the guayabo (guayaba), or guava tree. The guava tree, which was discovered long ago by the Spanish, grows locally and was used frequented by English and Dutch ships.
Come vacation in Riviera Nayarit and visit Rincon de Guayabitos Mexico!
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