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I run a community website called for the towns of Rincón de Guayabitos, La Peñita, Los Ayala, and La Colonia, Nayarit, Mexico. It includes information about restaurants, vacation rentals, real estate, maps, weather, activities, travels tips, community calendar, forum, and everything else related to the Jaltemba Bay area. The towns in Jaltemba Bay is part of the Riviera Nayarit, located 45 miles north of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

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My husband and I have lived in the Jaltemba Bay area for 7 years now, and vacationed here for over 17 years. I can answer most questions about traveling and relocating to this part of Mexico.


I write and publish a weekly newsletter called, Jaltemba Bay Life Newsletter.


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2012-06-05 Indian community:

There are plenty of schools in the Rincon de Guayabitos/La Penita area from kindergarten to high school, and even a trade school. There are no Indian communities in our area. Several locals speak English

2012-02-29 travel:

Jonatan,    If you are a Canadian citizen, you should consult with the Canadian Embassy in Mexico for entrance requirements. Here is a link to their website...

2011-03-17 Minor auto maintenence:

There are several mechanics in town that can change your oil. There are many small stores to buy tires as well; and if they don't have the correct size tire on hand, you can likely order them. If you are

2011-03-13 Horses:

You can hire a guide to take you for a ride through the mountains and into the agricultural area beyond La Penita, or along the beach... whichever you prefer. I recommend that you contact George's Equitation

2011-03-11 silver:

We have several jewelers and shops in our area. Most of the silver pieces they sell come directly from Taxco, where they are created; however, we also have a few good local and traveling jewelers who make


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