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All four of us became violently ill within 30hrs. We took every precaution. The smell of the town is horrific, and that alone may have been enough to drive us out had we not also become so sick.
You simply can’t go here, and if...More
We didn't believe the hype about this Norivirus, boy are we sorry! We scored 100%, all of our group became ill, yes we were diligent with hygiene. Spent the first week of our 2 weeks in Sayulita, arrived Friday and the first of us were...More
We had planned to be in Sayulita March 23 to 30. But after 3 nights we cut our losses and left town. We even took a 50% loss on the cost of our remaining hotel reservations.
We had the same issue as all the other...More
Within a day of surfing, got sick. Not montezumas revenge - but a real, honest to god sickness.
The water and town stank of sewage - it was a smell that foreshadowed the rectal wreckage to be wrought.
After great lessons and waves, we caught...More
We were in Sayulita March 19-25 for a family destination wedding. Everyone who traveled there for the wedding (60+) got sick at one point during their stay. I mean, people were dropping like flies! We were all staying at difference hotels (Villa Amor, where the...More
Prior to our trip I had read about many people getting sick in Sayulita. But alas my hotel was non refundable, and I "thought" the reports of sickness were blown out of proportion. But trust me they are NOT. We stayed at Hotel Peix on...More
After a drive from Punta Mita we struggled to find a parking spot within two miles from the center of town. The downtown streets are blocked by street cafes and shops. We finally walked about a mile to the beach after fighting of some vendors....More
This was the second time visiting Sayulita with my husband. We went back because we love the culture, community, food, and prices. We went with my mother in law and her boyfriend. Sadly everyone in our party got sick and not everyone went in the...More
Do NOT drink the tap water or swim in Sayulita!! 2 of 3 persons in my party got sick - two different illnesses. This place is pretty but nasty. It's in the air. Locals downplay the issues here (blaming the tourists) but the real problem...More
Go to San Pancho/ San Francisco the next town north it is not as touristy with gringos. I mean of course there are lots but it is not soooo over taken by golf carts full of gringos almost running you over