Punta Mita Living issue 4

Welcome to Punta Mita Living

From surfing legend visitors to new and exciting sporting and cultural activities, the upcoming months promise to make your time spent in Punta Mita even more fulfilling than before.

Well, we survived the rains of September. More than 40 inches of rain fell during the month, causing major problems for communities along the coastline of Nayarit. As you’ve most likely experienced by now, one of the main bridges across the Ameca River servicing Punta Mita collapsed (although, by the time this is published, it might be back in service). The entry bridges for Sayulita and San Pancho also collapsed, basically cutting these towns off from the highway and any type of access.

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