Hidden between the Sierra Madre and the Pacific Ocean is San Pancho, a tropical beach town that lives in a world of its own. Located between the jungle and the beach, it’s a place where no cruise ships come, nor are there condominiums or hotels that offer package deals. What makes this town so special is the conservation of its natural environment, its low population density due to scarce real estate development and the personalized services that the community offers visitors.
San Pancho forms part of the second most important tourist region in Mexico (Puerto Vallarta-Riviera Nayarit), which contains a wide range of quality hotel services and beach destinations. It also has an international airport, three marinas and moorage for yachts.