These are some activities you can do in Zipolite in times of Covid-19
Zipolite is the nudist paradise of Oaxaca, where you can enjoy the sea and sand without taboo. Here foreign and national tourists lie down to sunbathe without clothes, as it is the only official nudist beach in Mexico.
We share a guide of unmissable activities that you can do in this destination, because not everything is being naked on the beach.
Zipolite is one of Oaxaca’s favorite beaches for surfing. Its waves are ideal for those who like strong emotions. If you are a beginner in this sport, on the beach you will find classes that can be all day long at a cost of approximately 400 pesos, with board rental included.
This beach also offers its visitors an environment of tranquility, perfect for mindfulness and eliminating the stress caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. In a small place called Shambhala, people have spiritual encounters, through meditation and yoga practice in an environment that allows contact with nature.
This ceremonial center, located on the top of a Zipolite hill, organizes activities with healers and experts in emotional healing.
A bonfire on the beach
With this free activity on the beach, you can get the most instagrammable photos of the sunset, and then late at night, you can enjoy the starry sky that can be appreciated from here.
Visit nearby beaches
If your stay is several days in Zipolite, you can take a small tour to see the neighboring beaches, such as Mazunte. There you can visit the Mexican Turtle Center, if you are lucky you can help with the release of some specimens of this species. Or you can also visit La Boquilla, an intimate beach where you can snorkel or kayak.
Sanitary measures in Zipolite
Although the beaches of the municipality of Pochutla, where Zipolite belongs, will be open to the public, it is important that you know that the sanitary measures against Covid-19 must be monitored at all times, such as the use of face masks, since three brigades of three teams from the municipality will be visiting both this tourist destination and Puerto Ángel.
Hotel occupancy must be 50%, restaurants 40%, while bars and canteens will only have take away service.
According to Diego Ordoñez Ventura, coordinator of supervisors for Health of the municipality, the campaigns that were already carried out in the center of Pochutla and businesses will now be carried out on the most visited beaches, especially from March 29 to April 3, which corresponds to Easter.
“I invite you, a tourist friend, that if you go to our municipality you take the corresponding sanitary measures (…) We ask you to support us and not disrespect us. Support us, we are going to mitigate the pandemic ”.