Beaches on the ocean and along the estuary.
Waves not especially good
Small town - no traffic - mostly flat
On the border of Sinaloa and Nayarit, surrounded by mangroves, there are still plenty of fish here in this remote undeveloped area.
Kayaking in the mangrove wetlands - Victor rents kayaks
Ocean and estuary opportunities - excursions available on a lancha
No place to anchor
Very few restaurants - the best are Sr Waynes and Villa Maria Fernanda
Bring your own
No clubs - a few cantinas
Very relaxing place
Pyramid of the shells - very strange
Botanical gardens at Haas home - Pyramid of the shells
A remote area with lots of birds - trips on lancha are available on the Agua Bravo - one of the largest estuarys in Mexico
Some mountains in the background
A small town surrounded by farmlands
A very tranquil little village
Remote mangrove wetlands
A very quiet charm
A very simple peaceful lifestyle here
Perfect climate in the winter
Hot and muggy - mosquitos
It's do-able if you don't mind the heat.
Mostly Spanish speaking
There a some Canadians in the RV parks around town
A real Mexican village
In Mazatlan 2 hours away
About 800 miles
It's an end of the road town.
Hotel Villa Maria Fernanda has 2 pools - is very nice
Trailer parks along the beach
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