It's a town of the time of the Conquistas, still with old buildings and a path, the Tobara is a river in which there are animals (crocodile, fish, turtles and birds), lots of wildlife, pools and a zoo that's cheap.
The town of San Blas is a couple of hours from Puerto Vallarta, on the Pacific coast of Mexico, heading north. It is a small fishing village, surrounded by beautiful nature. You can bird watch and, if you're lucky, see some crocodiles. You can go on a row boat or a motorboat. It's best to stop the engine from time to time so you can see everything. Bathing is not recommended, also take water and sunscreen in abundance as well as a good mosquito repellent. The mangrove is pretty wild, although in some places they have built pools to breed shrimp. A few action movies were filmed in this region. You can see river turtles and crocodiles at the end of the tour in a game reserve.
Chacala beach in Nayarit State, north of Guadalajara, is in a small village dedicated to fishing and tourism on the Pacific Ocean (between Puerto Vallerta and San Blas). The beach is known for small restaurants that serve delicious cocktails and where tourists are enchanted with the live music of the Mariachis. The sea is warm and calm, which is conducive to fishing. It's is a magical place to spend a relaxed evening.