Snorkeling at Marieta Islands Mexico

Snorkeling at Marieta Islands MexicoSnorkeling at Marieta Islands Mexico  |  Riviera Nayarit, Mexico  |  Thank You Punta Mita Adventures for the photos of my half day tour to Marieta Islands, Riviera Nayarit, Mexico. Known as the Galapagos of Mexico, located at Banderas Bay, only 20 minutes sail from Punta de Mita, Riviera Nayarit. During my visit I was able to visit two times, one with a half day snorkeling tour, and the second on the Private Yacht of the Four Seasons Punta Mita, during our sunset sail and dinner. Carlos Melia Luxury Travel Curator – www.carlosmelia.com
Snorkeling at Marieta Islands Mexico
Snorkeling at Marieta Islands Mexico
Snorkeling at Marieta Islands Mexico

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Sailing onboard Four Seasons Yacht

Sailing onboard Four Seasons Yacht   |  Riviera Nayarit, Mexico  |  What an amazing way to close my week stay at the Four Seasons Punta Mita at Riviera Nayarit, Mexico that onboard the Four Seasons Yacht sailing along Bahia Banderas, all the way back again to the Marieta Islands, and then sunset dinner along Anclote Beach, back to the marina over a fabulous dinner by the Executive Chef of the Four Seasons Punta Mita. OH and the final touch, a school of Blottenose Dolphins following our yacht and jumping around like saying farewell, such a magical afternoon.  Continue reading Sailing onboard Four Seasons Yacht

Marieta Islands National Park Mexico

Marieta Islands National Park Mexico  |  Riviera Nayarit, Mexico  |  Today I spent my full morning exploring the area of Bahia Banderas, and Marieta Islands National Park in the state of Riviera Nayarit, Mexico, waters of the Pacific Ocean. A group of small uninhabited islands a few miles off the coast with two main volcanic formations dating from 60K years ago, each called Redonda (Rounded) and Larga (Long). The photo above is an aereal photo (not taken by me) of the hidden beach located on the rounded main island. The access is only through a very narrow tunnel, since nobody is allow on the island anymore these days. Just SPECTACULAR. The beach was under a formation of volcanic rock which served as a sort of a roof, which collapsed long time ago, leaving this unusual beach out to be admired by all of us. Boats stop at the main entrance of the tunnel and you have to snorkel and swim your way into it.  Continue reading Marieta Islands National Park Mexico

Rosa Mexicano Traditional Cuisine

Rosa Mexicano Traditional Cuisine  |  Punta de Mita, Mexico  |  Tonight we decided to go local, and together with Jason S. – Four Seasons and Richard K – Tourism Riviera Nayarit, we showed up at Rosa Mexicano. Not only amazing, full of taste and fresh local and overall Mexican traditional dishes, but also an incredible setting at this outdoors restaurant over Anclote Beach, with a terrace right over the beach.  Continue reading Rosa Mexicano Traditional Cuisine