There are two trustworthy ATMs in Sayulita we use. Both charge an withdrawal fees that’s substantial. If memory serves, 8%. These ATMs are located inside:
Cash (Pesos Preferred)
We typically bring pesos from our bank before we leave the US. Small pesos bills are preferred. Because there are only 2 trusted ATMs in town they run out of cash frequently.
If you are stopping Mega on the way out to Sayulita from PV airport you can also get some pesos at the ATM at the banks there in front of Mega (so you have pesos)
You can use US dollars easily although if you give someone a $20 they might not have change in pesos, and you’ll end up not getting any change back. So come with smaller pecos.
We use credit cards at restaurants.
There are locations around town that you can exchange dollars or use a credit card for pecos as well. Or you can stop at the airport upon arriving. Check the exchange rate, typically not as good as banks offer.
We've never gotten sick going to any of the restaurants. But people who are not aware or careful have gotten anything from a mildly upset stomach to three days on the toilet. What we avoid is any of the street vendors selling fresh fruit or fish walking up and down the beach.
But here some some general guidelines. Our house has water that runs through a filter so I don’t stress about showering, etc. But we do use bottled water on both levels of house for drinking water. Lower level is obvious as it is on the counter. Upstairs you will see a tap sticking out of the wall in the kitchen, that is filled from 5 gallon water jugs inside the closet.
Saint Luke's Hospitals Sayulita
Dr Armando Pena
San Francisco General Hospital
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