You can drive or fly to get to Riviera Nayarit. The primary road coming to Nayarit is the Pacific Motorway. However, the roadway possibilities in this region are increasing with more roads to Riviera Nayarit likely in the future. For now, the easiest, most convenient and most popular way for travelers to come there is flying either to the Tepic International Airport or the Puerto Vallarta International Airport.

Of these two the closest to Riviera Nayarit is the Tepic International Airport. This is about ten minutes from Riviera Nayarit. Airlines that offer services to and from this airport include Aeromar Airlines and Volaris Airlines. It is a modern airport, providing all the amenities possible for its patrons including snack bars, drink counters, car vacation rentals agencies, banks, shop, and tourist information stations. Travelers will find plenty of taxis and charter buses available for use. The taxis are available for on-site booking while the charter buses must be reserved beforehand through a travel agency.

The much bigger Puerto Vallarta International Airport is also an excellent airport and incredibly popular. Airlines that service this airport include Aerocalafia, Air Canada, Air Transit, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Canjet, Delta Airlines, Finnair, Frontier Airlines, InterJet, Magnicharters, Sun Country, SunWing, Southwest, TAR Mexico, Tui Thomson Airways, United Airlines, Volaris, Viva Aerobus, West Jet, and Aeromexico. You will find this airport about 40 minutes from the RN.


Let the Vacation Begin!

This region is by far the most tourist visited sector of not only Nayarit, but the entirety of Mexico. All year round there are hotels, restaurants, golf courses, art galleries, vacation rentals, festivals, deep-sea fishing, animal watching, archeological sites, plus a million other fun attractions and activities. There are many vacation-fun things constantly going on. But while here visit as much of Nayarit as possible. You will definitely want to take your family to visit the island’s estuaries, which are the largest in Mexico.

Hit the Beach, Learn Local History

The RN includes around 200 miles of beach property along the coast of the state of Nuevo Vallarta. Its known history dates back to Aztec times with it first being settled by Europeans in the 1500s and in the near vicinity of RN’s beach are ancient ruins, lots of beautiful mountain areas, and tons of eco-tours. There are also lots of different kinds of water activities going on all day.