The Riviera Nayarit inspires a guidebook for travelers

  • An insider’s look at Mexico’s Pacific Treasure from the perspective of an American expat who invites you to visit the destination’s lesser-known sites.

The Riviera Nayarit, also known as Mexico’s Pacific Treasure, is frequently visited by travel writers who find in this destination the source of inspiration for wonderful features. One of these writers is Owen Walcher, an American expatriate who has lived in Nayarit for more than five years and recently launched a guidebook in English focused on this tourist destination.

The “Guide to Riviera Nayarit – Towns, Beaches and Activities” is now available on all Amazon sites worldwide, in Kindle edition, and in print format. The guide describes the culture of each small coastal town, detailing the beaches the reader can discover and explore, as well as listing some of the author’s favorite activities.

The luxury of space

“The list by no means includes the myriad options for family vacationers, which are often overlooked by most who visit this charming Mexican tourist destination, whether on their first trip or their tenth,” notes the review posted on Amazon.

“Discover pristine beaches, hot springs, authentic villages, fun family activities, and a truly Mexican experience in one of Mexico’s newest and safest vacation destinations,” it notes.

The above perfectly aligns with the essence of the Riviera Nayarit, a destination where tourists can still travel knowing that they will find ample spaces immersed in nature. Visitors won’t feel overwhelmed, especially in the post-COVID-19 era when the trend is towards destinations that prioritize not only sanitation, but exclusive experiences that inspire serenity and allow for social distancing.


The Riviera Nayarit guide is available in Kindle format on all Amazon sites worldwide.



The Riviera Nayarit is a safe destination. Our hotels, restaurants, and tourist establishments follow all the health protocols established by the Federal Government’s Ministry of Health and operate at the allowed capacities. Access to the beaches is limited. Be a responsible tourist: wear your mask and keep your distance.


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