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Spring in Punta de Mita

Spring is around the corner, and while you might still be shoveling snow and sipping warm beverages by the fireplace at night, it’s time to start planning your spring travel itinerary. 

When spring comes, there is no better place to enjoy it than Punta de Mita. The ocean breeze, the sun, the colorful landscape. Here, you can indulge freely, relax completely, and live fully.

Blooming Spring Colors

With ideal temperatures oscillating between 70°F and 80°F during the months of March through June, Punta de Mita is your ideal holiday spot for spring. The Banderas Bay area is bursting with color from its wide variety of native tree species.  

During the springtime, the landscape gets painted in vibrant lilacs and yellows from local Amapas and Primavera trees (Tabebuias). The tropical rainforest creates the most impressive ecosystem in this area – unspoiled, undiscovered, and unmistakably Mexico. 

You can enjoy taking a walk surrounded by Coyuls (Mexican Acrocomia), an indigenous palm tree. The trumpet (Cecropia Obtusifolia), ficus, magnificent mango trees (Mangifera sp), and Parotas or Huanacaxtles (Enterolobioum Cyclocarpum), will make any simple stroll a superb experience. This is authentic Mexico you’ve never seen.

You can explore this mind-blowing ecosystem by hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, or driving along the coast. If you would like to learn more about the spectacular plant life in the region, a good option is to visit the Botanical Gardens, south of Puerto Vallarta.

The Banderas Bay Regatta

Spring in Punta de Mita comes not only with a vivid landscape but also with a deep blue sea and clear skies welcoming you at this time. And what better way to enjoy it than in joining a regatta. You won’t want to miss the XXVIII Banderas Bay Regatta 2021, happening from March 23rd to 27th, 2021.

This proud tradition started almost 28 years ago, at the same time that the Puerto Vallarta Yacht Club was established. The Banderas Bay Regatta aims to bring competitive fun for all types of cruising and racing boats alike. 

A combination of great weather and March winds makes the Banderas Bay a phenomenal background for this event. Five days of racers, mega-yachts, and cruisers sailing along the breathtaking Mexican Pacific – the coast with the most! 

Furthermore, the Banderas Bay Regatta together with the Vallarta Yacht Club gladly supports sailing education for young people.  At every regatta, they welcome young sailors aboard. They have one of the oldest education programs at Banderas Bay, the VYC Junior Program.

Easter in Punta de Mita

With spring, Easter comes. Even though Easter falls on Sunday, April 4th this year, Mexico starts celebrating one week before. The week before Easter is known as Semana Santa (Holy Week), and the week after Easter is known as Semana de Pascua (Easter Week). Celebrate Mexican history during these two weeks full of spectacular celebrations. 

The Holy Week celebration starts with:

Palm Sunday – Domingo de Ramos

According to tradition, on this day many towns in Mexico re-enact the time Jesus triumphantly entered Jerusalem riding a donkey. Outside churches you will also find Ramos, a special bouquet made of weaving palm leaves.

Maundy Thursday – Jueves Santo

A Mexican tradition for this day is to visit seven churches, imitating when the apostles kept watch of Jesus. This was after the Last Supper before his arrest in Gethsemane, when he was praying. Also, some foot-washing ceremonies can be observed as well as a Mass with Holy Communion.

Good Friday – Viernes Santo

All over Mexico, towns prepare a procession recreating the journey of Jesus to the crucifixion site, Via Crucis. The participants dress in costumes from the time of Jesus, representing different important characters such as the Virgin Mary, Jesus, and the apostles.  

Holy Saturday – Sabado de Gloria

In some places, a tradition of burning paper mache or cardboard effigies representing Judas still exists. This is done to remember Judas’ betrayal of Jesus. Nowadays some of the figures to be burned are in the representation of political figures or devilish looking images. 

Easter Sunday – Domingo de Pascua

Most Mexican children do not receive chocolate eggs from the Easter bunny on Easter Sunday. Easter in Mexico is a holy day, and most people go to mass and celebrate together with friends and family.  However, on some occasions, this celebration can include fireworks, music, and dancing.

With so many exciting things happening this spring in Punta de Mita, now is the perfect time to start planning your visit. Discover your inspiration this spring at Conrad Punta de Mita. Let us guide you through the culture of Mexico, with the comfort of Conrad.

Spring Equinox

The spring equinox marks the end of the cold winter months and the beginning of spring, the magical revival of colorful landscapes all around. 

In Mexican culture, the spring equinox has been of crucial significance for centuries. It’s the time of renewal, rebirth, and fertility. 

Spring Equinox Celebrations Around Mexico

During the spring equinox, a variety of celebrations occur throughout Mexico. People travel to archeological sites located all over the country to participate in the spring welcoming celebrations. 

Chichen Itza 

Chichen Itza is perhaps the most well-known example of Mexican historical architecture celebrating the spring equinox. 

The Mayans, like many historic cultures, looked up to the skies to try to understand the world they lived in. They studied the passing of the sun and stars and created calendars that helped them to keep track of natural events and take care of their agriculture cycle. 

The legendary Mayan city of Chichen Itza is located between Merida and Cancun. In 1998 it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and in 2007 it was declared one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. 

Locals and tourists gather around the 79-foot-tall Kukulkan Pyramid, also called El Castillo (the Castle) on the day of the spring equinox. The Mayas constructed this pyramid in a way that every year the shadow of the sun gives the illusion of a diamond-shaped serpent coming down the steps.

El Templo Mayor (The Great Temple)

Located in the heart of Mexico City, the great temple is the place, according to legend, where the gods told the Aztecs to establish the capital of the Mexican Empire, Tenochtitlan. El Templo Mayor was the center of religious and social activity in the pre-Hispanic period. 

To the Aztecs, the arrival of the spring equinox was full of religious sentiment mixed with symbolism. 

The temple was dedicated in honor of two gods. The god Huitzilopochtli whose name means “Hummingbird on the Left/South” was the deity of war, sun, and human sacrifice. The Aztecs believed that the south was the left side of the world. The god Tlaloc whose name means “He Who Makes Things Sprout” was the god of rain, water, lightning, and agriculture. 

The temple had two towers, one for each god. On the day of the spring equinox when the sun rose, its rays shone exactly between the two towers in a breathtaking spectacle to be enjoyed by everyone present.

Teotihuacan (The Place Where The Gods Were Created)

Considered a holy city, this impressive settlement is located about 30 miles north of Mexico City. Many people travel here the day of the spring equinox to experience the energy that emanates from this site. They dress in white with a red accessory like a scarf. They dance, burn incense, and chant. Visitors climb the 360 steps towards the top of the Pyramid of the Sun between 9 am and 1 pm.  At the top, with outstretched arms, they greet the spring equinox and ask the gods for energy and health. Some may get there early and observe the sun rising over the Apan Mountains, an astonishing view.

Guachimontes (Place of Gourds)

This Pre-Columbian archaeological site is located in the northern part of the state of Jalisco, in the town of Teuchitlán. This place has a very particular architecture composed of conical step-structures that resemble round pyramids. You will find there two ceremonial areas, ancient house mounds, terraced hillsides, one major and minor plaza, and an area designated for ball games. Here during the time of the spring equinox, a variety of activities take place.   

Cerro de la Mesa Redonda (The Round Table Hill)

This is not an archeological site, but it is a very good location to receive the spring equinox. Located at the Lagos de Moreno valley in the state of Jalisco, at 6,824 feet above sea level, it has an impressive view. This place got its name because at the top it looks like a round table. 

The Cerro de la Mesa Redonda is home to two species of cactus endemic to the region and animals like rabbits, boars, and deer. Hiking trails are organized for the spring equinox day. It is also interesting to note that some visitors claim to have observed extraterrestrial life here.

El Tajin (Bolt of Lightning / Thunder)

Located in the municipality of Papantla in the state of Veracruz, this archeological site has numerous temples, ball courts, palaces, pyramids, and decorative niches.

In 1992 it was named a World Heritage by UNESCO because of its architecture and cultural significance. It has become one of the most visited tourist sites in Veracruz; in 2017, it attracted 386,406 visitors. 

Although this site does not have a prime view of the spring equinox compared to other sites. It is worth visiting, as it happens at the same time as the Cumbre Tajin Festival, a colorful celebration, full of timeless traditions like the Voladores (flying men). 

Besides visiting archeological sites in Mexico the spring equinox is also celebrated with ancient rituals still alive today, such as Limpias. Getting a “limpia” is a ritual that aims to purify our spirit. A shaman performs the ceremony using flowers, herbs, oils, rocks, incense, candles, water, together with music and singing. This way you are supposed to get rid of all bad energies and be ready to receive only good vibes in the new life cycle. 

Come and celebrate this spring equinox at Conrad Punta Mita in Mexico, and be a part of Mexican tradition. Come and experience the authentic Mexico you’ve never seen. Celebrate the history, savor the luxury at Conrad. 

What is a Temazcal?

You may have heard that a Temazcal is a kind of “sweat lodge” that helps to eliminate toxins and relax by sweating. However, the Temazcal is much more than that. A Temazcal possesses deep spiritual meaning.

The Grandmother of the Baths  

The origin of the Temazcal goes at least five thousand years back, to the prehispanic period. Originated with the people inhabiting Mesoamerica. Temazcal or Temazcalli in the Náhuatl language comes from these three words:

“Tetl”, means rock

“Mazitli”, means hot, and 

“Cali” means house

All together it is interpreted as “House of the burning rocks”.

The indigenous people of Mexico employed this physical and spiritual healing bath as a way to pay tribute to the goddess Temazcaltoci. According to Aztec mythology, Temazcaltoci, whose name means “Grandmother of the baths” was considered the goddess of medicine, revered by shamans in prehispanic times. It was mostly performed after a ballgame or a battle as a way of purification.

The Temazcal 

The Temazcal structure represents Tonantzin’s womb, considered “the mother of the gods”. You can find Temazcales made from various materials and shapes. Although the most common one is the round one, some rectangular and square Temazcales have been found at archeological sites. Materials like volcanic rock, cement adobe, wood with mud and cloth can be used to build a Temazcal. The small entrance should be facing east, as it symbolizes the entrance of the sun. A hole in the center of the Temazcal is dug to place the hot volcanic rocks. Also, it can have bare ground, sand, palm leaves, or in some cases a petate (carpet made of palm leaves). 

The Ritual of the Temazcal 

No two Temazcales are alike. The Temazcal comes alive and gets its tone depending on the energy of the place and the people participating. The idea is to connect with the cosmos, with nature, to explore our relationship with mother earth.

The Temazcal usually starts by asking permission to the logs that will be given to the “grandfather fire” to heat the volcanic rocks. These, in turn, will transform into “wise grandmothers”. When hot, the rocks are placed inside the hole in the floor in the center of the Temazcal.

Participants kneel when entering the Temazcal, kiss the earth and ask to enter the maternal womb. They give thanks for the rebirth they are about to experience. Additionally, the guide would suggest having an intention in mind about what area of your life you would like to focus on. Once inside, water is poured on top of the hot rocks, producing steam. Herbs like copal or sage are added to help the cleansing process.  

How to Prepare For Your First Temazcal

Probably the first time you are about to try something new, you get a feeling of excitement mixed with a bit of nervousness, which is understandable. We all begin there. 

For your first Temazcal, I would like to point out a couple of things to consider that would make your first Temazcal experience even more enjoyable. 

  • Choose your clothes wisely. 

Believe me, you don’t want to have too little or too many pieces of clothing. Your best bet will be a bathing suit and shawl/blanket combination. A bathing suit is the best piece to wear inside the Temazcal as you want to sweat all those toxins away. However, when coming out, you might get chilly. A blanket, shawl, or a pareo will keep you from getting cold. Also, remember to bring a small towel or any piece of cloth to clean the sweat and dirt that inevitably you will encounter inside the Temazcal. 

  • Be well rested and have a small light meal.

When you are planning to participate in a Temazcal, choose a day after a good relaxed and quiet night. Having a small meal before entering the Temazcal is recommended. Not enough sleep and/or a heavy meal can take the enjoyment away from the experience. As you will be exposed to high temperatures, your body needs to be in a state where it is predisposed to relaxation and tranquility. Don’t forget also to be well hydrated.

  • If you don’t feel well, be calm.

The heating sensation can make some people a bit uneasy, and they may feel that there is not enough air inside the Temazcal. This could cause a panicking sensation, hyperventilation, or feeling like you might faint.

If you start to feel alarmed, remember, if you get close to the floor it is cooler. Bring your head down and close to the earth, it will cool you down. Also, do not try to run outside as the sudden change of temperature may cause you to faint. Just breathe deeply and calmly, and try to adapt to the environment. The Temazcal does not present any health risk, but if you do not want to continue, tell the person guiding the experience that you would like to leave, it is ok.

Nevertheless, if you have any health conditions please consult with your physician before joining the Temazcal.

  • Go with the flow 

The Temazcal is an ancient ritual, therefore it has certain ceremonial steps. Listen to your guide to honor the process you are taking part in. Things like bringing your forehead to the ground signaling gratitude to Ometeol, the Mexican god of duality, and entering or leaving the Temazcal clockwise, are elements of the ceremony. 

Temazcal as part of your Wedding Celebration 

Your wedding is an extraordinary occasion filled with countless individual moments that make it unforgettable. What better than including the ancient Mexican ritual of Temazcal into your wedding celebration. Conrad Punta Mita is the only luxury resort in the Bay of Banderas area with a Temazcal on-site. Let our expert planners take care of all the details for you. Start your new married life in a state of relaxation, inner peace, and connectedness to your spouse and life itself. Forever begins here.


The Huichol Story About the Creation of the World

Mexico possesses a rich variety of ancient cultures that inhabited its landscape for thousands of years. Some of these civilizations are better known than others. You have probably heard about the Aztecs, fearless warriors, fond of bloody sacrifices. Or the Mayas, the creators of complex structures such as pyramids and a calendar that got us a bit worried in 2012. 

There were other cultural groups spread throughout Mexico, and some of them are still around, keeping their cultural heritage very alive today. One of these groups is the Huichol.

The Huichols   

Also called Wixaika (“the people”) is a colorful community of indigenous citizens of Mexico. They settled along the Sierra Madre Occidental in the states of Jalisco, Nayarit, Zacatecas, and Durango. Research has shown that the Huichols have been around for at least 15,000 years. 

Huichols are famously known because of their colorful artwork, where they show their deep devotion and close relationship with the world. Land and territory have spiritual meaning for the Huichols, and this also determines their actions and reactions.

Huichol art is full of symbolism, including elements such as fire, earth, water, air, deer, peyote, serpents, scorpions, and gods’ eyes pointing to the four cardinal points. All of this shows their intricate connection with nature, which stands the test of time.

The Huichols have kept their culture alive by passing their stories from the older to the newer generations. These colorful stories are about their love, respect, and care for the world they live in. 

In this article, we are going to share one of the Huichol folkloric tales, a story about the journey of creation, of those who embark on the journey towards life. 

Huichol Cosmovision: The Place Where It Begins

The first human, Watacame, was walking through a dark field, harvesting plants with his female dog, Tziku Mayuri. Suddenly, the clouds open up, giving way to a female figure. This figure came down next to Watacame and presented herself as Takutzi Nakawe, his Grandmother, the Rain. 

Although the woman looked very familiar to him, Watacame was surprised by her visit. In this dark place, he had never seen anyone else. Only he and his faithful dog were there all the time.

Takutzi Nakawe told Watacame that of all of her children, he was the one who closely observed nature. Therefore, he was the one able to learn from it and protect it.

Grandmother Rain told him to build a steady raft, which can withstand five days of storms for him and his faithful dog companion. “I will find you after the five days” she added.

For five days, the rain did not stop, and the earth filled up with water until Takutzi Nakawe came down from the clouds and the rain stopped. She told Watacame that water was needed to create a new world, that the water was part of him and he part of it. 

Grandmother Rain said to Watacame that now it was time to create a new world. Opening her cape, she let out all the Gods and told them to go and populate the earth. Each of them would find a place where they belong and that place will be sacred. They were all elements of nature from a small scorpion to a deer, they were all Gods.

Watacame walked alongside the Gods for a long time. Time as we know it did not exist yet, so he did not know for how long they walked. Some of the Gods found the places they belong and stood there. 

While walking, Watacame and the remaining Gods heard the sound of drums. This music guided them towards the sun. When they finally found the sun, the Earth became alive. The light made everything come to life. Every plant, tree, and animal in the land and the sea came to be. It was the beginning of the new world.

Keeping stories alive 

Here at Conrad Punta Mita, we try to keep the colorful heritage of the Huichol people from the area alive, to honor the bond of the Huichol with nature, and to spread awareness about the importance of our natural surroundings.

Whales in Banderas Bay

Traveling is about experiences, discoveries, and connections. Traveling can enhance our views while enriching our lives. Now, more than ever, we are searching for closeness to our natural surroundings, and to immerse ourselves in new cultures. Furthermore, an exclusive and sophisticated environment is an ideal complement to this experience.

The Bay of Banderas is a large bay along the coast of the Riviera Nayarit. You will find this place of limitless luxury and lasting inspiration to be the best location for your upcoming memorable travel adventure.

The coast with the most.

Bahía de Banderas in Spanish translates to Bay of Banderas or Bay of Flags in English. According to the legend, this bay got its name from some of the first Spanish Conquistadors, who traveled to this area. The story said that Spaniards found the natives carrying colorful plumage flags. The natives, aiming to defend their land from intruders, fought the Spanish men. Sadly, they lost and came under the control of the King of Spain in 1525. Because of this display of colorful flags, the Spanish named this bay Bahia de Banderas or Bay of Flags. 

The Banderas Bay has 62 miles of Pacific coastline, stretching from Punta de Mita in the north to Cabo Corrientes in the south. The deepest point of the bay is on the southern end, where the water measures 3,000 feet deep. UNESCO officially declared Banderas Bay to be one of the most beautiful bays in the world. 

Unspoiled. Undiscovered. Unmistakably Mexico.

The tropical landscape of Banderas Bay enclosed by splendid mountains has a wide variety of impressive adventures that you can enjoy. You will find many small charming coastal fishing towns to visit with your loved ones, as well as a variety of fun family-friendly watersports like snorkeling, diving, and surfing. You can also board a luxury yacht to explore the many wonders of the bay by sea. 

Additionally, Banderas Bay is the proud home of very rich biodiversity. In its deep blue waters, you can find diverse marine fauna like humpback whales, bottlenose dolphins, sea turtles, eagle manta rays, black-tipped sharks, giant corals, and rock formations filled with life. Another unique experience in Banderas Bay is whale watching.

The authentic Mexico you’ve never seen.

Whale watching in the breathtaking Banderas Bay should rank at the very top of your bucket list, it’s absolutely a once in a lifetime experience. Whales are such glorious creatures that display grace, agility, and strength. It is impossible not to feel moved by the majestic cleverness of nature.

Every winter, the magnificent Humpback whales arrive in Banderas Bay with the purpose of mating and giving birth. It is a moving and emotionally charged encounter when up close. Observing the enormous whales jumping happily in and out of the water is priceless.

The humpback whales are in the Banderas Bay from December to March. However, on some lucky occasions, you may be able to spot them as early as November or even as late as May. Their stay varies depending on factors such as the length of their journey from the Arctic, the temperature of the water, and their matting patterns.   

Humpback Whales 

These beautiful creatures can be found in every ocean in the world, and they can grow up to 16 feet long. Humpback whales possess light color bellies, dark backs, pleats on their throats, and a small hump on their dorsal fin, hence the name “humpback”.

  These intelligent creatures can communicate with each other, using a complexity of cries, howls, moans, and other noises. Their magical songs can go for an incredible amount of time and can be heard throughout long distances. Scientists have not yet figured out what kind of messages they transmit to one another.

Humpback whales reside along the northern coastlines, where they feed on plankton, small fish, and tiny shrimp-like krill. During the winter months, they venture on their annual journey, from the poles towards the Equator, seeking warmer waters. Mothers travel close to their offspring, often displaying what the researchers believe to be “signs of affection”.  They have been observed to lovingly touch each other with their flippers while swimming. 

Limitless luxury. Lasting inspiration.

While you are immersed in the unique and touching experience of observing the natural wonder of the Humpback whales in Banderas Bay, let Conrad Punta de Mita take care of your every need. With our traditional touches and modern comforts, your stay in the Banderas Bay area will be unforgettable. Inside our sophisticated, exclusive, and serene atmosphere, you will find the ideal space to connect with your partner, your family, or your friends.

On the beach. Away from it all. You will discover inspiration, surrounded by the wonders of nature. At Conrad Punta de Mita, you can indulge all your senses with well-appointed amenities and tailored services. Embark on a mindful journey into Mexican luxury. 

Romantic Escapes in Punta de Mita

Did you know that traveling strengthens relationships and ignites romance? 

In 2012, a survey conducted by Edge Research for the U.S. Travel Association gathered information from adults in relationships of various regions, genders, and ages. After analyzing the data, three main conclusions arose:  

  • Couples gain long-term benefits from traveling 
  • Travel supports the creation and maintenance of relationships 
  • Travel stimulates intimacy and romance

Fall in love all over again

Due to the hectic modern lifestyle, filled with work commitments and family responsibilities, couples may not easily find the time to reconnect. Traveling together allows couples to rediscover one another. Hence, the importance of embarking on a romantic escape. Traveling together is an opportunity for some “alone time”, where you and your partner can improve communication, and stimulate romance. 

Also, choosing an inspiring destination where you and your loved one can build stronger bonds is essential. Punta de Mita, Mexico offers the perfect setting to fuel your fuego.

Two hearts, one journey

According to Forbes magazine, Punta de Mita is the ultimate luxury travel destination. It has attracted high-profile and celebrity visitors such as Demi Moore, the Kardashian clan, and luxe-lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow among others. 

Punta de Mita, with its 1,500-acre private peninsula, is a superb romantic getaway. The stunning views, luxurious tropical palm trees, the turquoise color ocean offers the perfect combination of elements to transport you and your partner on an unforgettable romantic journey. Together you will renew, recharge, and reconnect. 

Located on Mexico’s Pacific coast, Punta de Mita welcomes you with 320 sunny days a year, and a laid-back atmosphere. The choices of activities a couple can do are endless. They range from sailing, diving, whale watching, golfing to visiting charming nearby towns such as Sayulita, San Pancho, or Puerto Vallarta. 

Where the land ends, love begins.

The natural scenery where the Conrad Punta de Mita is located will take you and your partner’s breath away. Experience a morning or evening stroll along the two-mile-long beach, surrounded by tall palm trees and listening to the sound of the waves.

You and your loved one will feel pampered at the spa, choosing from a variety of treatments inspired by the traditional Huichol culture. After that, you can delight in the variety of exclusive delectable dining options filled with local bold flavors, and custom cocktails in an intimate setting.

Additionally, the customized non-intrusive service care at the Conrad Punta de Mita will make your ideal romantic getaway unforgettable. Our efficient, experienced staff can arrange all sorts of exclusive couple’s experiences. Choose from whale watching, luxury sailing, horseback riding, or deep-sea fishing.  

Heart to heart, sea to sea

The closest airport to Punta de Mita is located in Puerto Vallarta. This city came to fame back in the 60s when Hollywood celebrities such as Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton chose it as their jet-set hang out. 

Nowadays, Puerto Vallarta’s charming contrast between modern buildings and small Mexican-style family homes makes it unique. Enjoy a romantic stroll along the malecón where you will encounter a 60-foot high alien sculpture by the Mexican artist Bustamante. Soak in the mesmerizing pink-purplish sunsets. Visit the Virgen de Guadalupe Cathedral and try an esquite, corn with cheese, mayo, lime, and chili.

Additionally, the dining options in Puerto Vallarta are wide and colorful. You and your partner can delight with options that range from savory and sweet street food or drinks to sophisticated French or Asian cuisine. 

 Just a few miles north of Punta de Mita, you will find the hipster surfer town of Sayulita. At the beach, you can take a surfing lesson together, or just lounge while sipping margaritas or drinking coconut water. Later on, walk around the colorful streets, and check out the various boutiques filled with handmade beautiful decor objects from the region. Take a break, sit on a terrace, drink some coffee or a local craft beer while people-watching. Sayulita has an enjoyable young and vibrant atmosphere.

 Some other close by traditional towns worth visiting are San Pancho and Lo de Marcos. These are traditional coastal Mexican towns. You can visit both on the same day because they are close to each other.

Fill your romantic getaway with long-lasting memories while rediscovering one another in a paradisiacal surrounding. Take the time to enjoy each special moment, and feel how the romance in your relationship is renewed. Conrad Punta de Mita offers you and your loved one the ideal stylish environment to reconnect on a deeper level. Conrad Punta de Mita is the place where romance comes alive.


Explore Punta de Mita

Punta de Mita is the perfect spot for relaxed vacations filled with lazy days spent lounging on the beach and leisurely nights dining on the shores. Discover three pools, a spa and temazcal, zip lining, hiking, horse-riding, and the adjacent Greg Norman 18-hole golf course.

You can also view Our Experiences Brochure to explore various tours such as Dolphin Encounter, Adrenaline Rush, Pueblito Tours, Open Sea, Dreamlike Beaches, and much more!