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Posted by Luis Dominguez on 2018-05-04
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Top Tips of Nightlife in the Riviera Nayarit You Should Check Out

The Riviera Nayarit isn’t famous for its nightlife. It has garnered international attention due to its couple of world-class marinas, its upscale gated community in Punta Mita and its variety of quaint, bohemian beach towns such as Sayulita and San Pancho. But its nightlife is not as legendary as say, Puerto Vallarta’s. There is a reason for that, its bars and nightclubs are scattered among different towns and not concentrated in a single pedestrian street. But Riviera Nayarit has a nightlife, and here you’ll get the best tips to make the most of it:

Choose your town and make sure you have a safe way back – Let’s say you are staying at a villa in Punta Mita and have decided to hit the funky nightclubs of Sayulita. Excellent choice, I would say. However, the problem with that plan is that the road to Sayulita is not exactly a superhighway. So, if you are the one driving and got a few drinks during the night, it could get a bit risky. This is easy to avoid just defining a designated driver in advance, getting a taxi or private chauffeur, or simply staying overnight, which has its own challenges.

Get some tacos before (or after) – You know that say “when in Rome, do as Romans”. It applies here. That’s the Mexicans secret for a long, fun night out. Let’s say you are going to The Drunken Duck in Bucerias to listen to some good rock and dominate the dance floor. Stopping at a nearby ‘taquería’ for an order of ‘tacos al pastor’, will help your organism to better manage the upcoming doses of alcohol. If you forget and end up dancing on top of the bar with no shirt, some tacos will help you get back on track.

Sayulita Grill Beer

Sayulita Grill Beer

Book in advance – Some of the best bars and nightclubs in the Riviera Nayarit are those of the hotels. If you would like to visit one of them while not staying in that particular hotel, make sure to call and check what’s the hotel’s policy first. Some hotels allow visitors to their restaurants and bars (especially during low season), others may not let you in. To avoid any setbacks just make sure to call and if you are welcome, book in advance.

Nuevo Vallarta and Sayulita nightlife scenes are vibrant – Sure, each town in the diverse and eclectic Riviera Nayarit has its own options of good bars and nightclubs. But here, we are giving you some Top Tips, and if you can visit them all then our recommendation is to focus on Nuevo Vallarta and Sayulita. These two towns are very different and that reflects on their nightlife. Nuevo Vallarta has plenty options of high-end restaurants and sophisticated bars. For even more sophistication, Punta Mita has its own share of upscale bars. On the other hand, Sayulita is more about the hippie vibe, with cool beach clubs and reggae-inspired bars.

Bar Dolcetto Nuevo Vallarta

Bar Dolcetto Nuevo Vallarta

The Newest addition in Nuevo Vallarta’s bar scene ” Bar Dolcetto” – Breaking the classic stereotype of the bar, Dolcetto is the perfect place to create a unique experience that will awaken each and every one of your senses, with its imposing 10 meter Onix bar, the creations of its bartenders, the sound of the shakers, the unparalleled attention from your hosts and the best music that accompanies the comfort of our rooms and our large terrace with smoking area, make us the best place for an unbeatable bar night.

Follow these simple tips, and make the most of the incredible diversity of Riviera Nayarit’s nightlife. Check also for luxury villa & condo rental options in the Riviera Nayarit!

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Luis Domínguez is a freelance writer and independent journalist. Interested in travel, art, books, history, philosophy, politics and sports. He has written for Fodor’s, Yahoo!, Sports Illustrated, Telemundo, Villa Experience, MexResorts, ONE Magazine and PV Pulse, among other brands of print and digital media in Europe and North America. Luis has a Master’s Degree in Humanities from the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria from Madrid, Spain; and a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from the Tecnológico de Monterrey. A global citizen, Luis has lived in some of the largest and most vibrant cities in the world, including London, Madrid and Mexico City. Currently lives in Playa del Carmen, México, where he is the Middle School Director of an International School and writes in English and Spanish for different media around the world. He defines himself as a humanist, liberal and rational.

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