We would like to take this opportunity to invite everyone to visit us in YELAPA. YELAPA is just South of Puerto Vallarta on the South side of Bahia de Banderas (Bay of Flags). Although YELAPA is on the main land it is only really accessible by boat. There are a number of scheduled water taxis to and from YELAPA all day, everyday. YELAPA is a trip back in time to “Old Mexico” this quaint little Pueblo (village) is not a tourist resort but a true Mexican experience with no cars, no taxis, no noisy buses and no time share salesmen.
Yelapa has long been viewed not only as a place but also as a state of mind. It is a place of passion and intrigue, a place where you can find yourself or lose yourself, depending upon what you desire.
With nature at every turn whether it be sea, flora or fauna. YELAPA is an adventure, an experience, a memory in the making that you will want to return to over and over again.
We offer a varity of quality casa's of various sizes ... for one guest travelling alone, a honeymoon couple looking for that romatic hide-away or large groups and big families.
For the sportsman we can also put together great fishing packages with experienced guides and top of the line equipment with www.yelapaadventures.com
A wonderful article in "Banderas News" by Carolina McCall provides an insight to what this community is all about and the history of YELAPA - check out "Yelapa: An Indigenous Community on Our Bay, But Outside of Time"
To gain a better visual insight as to what YELAPA is like check out our "SLIDE SHOW" ... when you view a slide show please click on show info for details about each photo.
This is also a great "Yelapa Photo Promo" in the "Banderas News"
This is also beautiful slide show by Emily Hoyer a frequent visitor to YELAPA. "EMILY'S SLIDE SHOW" ... when you view a slide show please click on show info for details about each photo.
I came across this interesting article by Samantha Schoech in Sunset Magazine "Disappear to Yelapa"
To learn even more about YELAPA please go to www.yelapa.info this website by David Johnson is fantastic and it is packed with a wealth of information about this wonderful community.
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