Majahua Jungle Hotel - Chacala, Nayarit, 63715, Mexico

From Puerto Vallarta Airport

A Puerto Vallarta fly Interjet, Volaris and Aeromexico

Direct Taxi from Puerto Vallarta

Majahua is about one hour and a half (100 kms) north of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco and two hours (75 kms) southwest of Tepic, Nayarit. It is located on Chacala Beach, municipality of Compostela, state of Nayarit on Mexican Pacific coast. The closest international airport is at Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. Most major airlines from U.S. cities offer daily flights.

  1. We can arrange a Taxi from Chacala to pick you up at the airport with your name. This cost $110.- usd. From ONE to FOUR passengers depending on luggage.( price is chainging all the time please check with us)
  2. Buy your ticket for an airport taxi inside the airport building. This costs about U.S. $120.00 for one to four passengers as of February 2015.

LOOK FOR --DIRECTIONS ONCE AT CHACALA BAY-- ONCE YOU ARE IN THE AREA

Bus from P.V to Las Varas and then Taxi to Chacala

Note: Buses leave about every thirty minutes from Puerto Vallarta bus station to Las Varas until 10:00 pm. Taking a taxi from Las Varas to Chacala after 10:00 pm can be difficult, so it is better to plan to stay overnight in Puerto Vallarta if you will arrive late.

  1. Take an airport taxi to the bus station about one mile north of the airport at a cost of $17.- U.S. from one to four people.
  2. Board a northbound “Pacifico” bus to Las Varas. Bus ride costs $15.00 U.S./person. For non-Spanish speakers, tell the bus driver: "Por favor, hasta Las Varas."
  3. Once at Las Varas, next to the bus station, take a taxi to Chacala Beach (about 20 minutes). The cost of a taxi is $10.00 U.S. before 6 p.m. but may be somewhat higher after 6 p.m.

LOOK FOR --DIRECTIONS ONCE AT CHACALA BAY-- ONCE YOU ARE IN THE AREA

Majahua Jungle Hotel
South end of Chacala Bay
Chacala, Nayarit, 63715, Mexico
Call: 327 219 40 53 "l" 327 219 40 54

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Majahua Jungle Hotel, Nayarit, Mexico

“Majahua”, built into the flank of a hill by the sea, provides a magnificent view of the ocean. In its construction, a mindful effort was made to disturb the natural environment as little as possible. No man made garden just nature as it is. We are at the south end of Chacala Bay one of the 18 certified beaches in all of Mexico coast line.