Visit some of the most well known villages close to Vallarta; San Francisco and Sayulita. This will be one of the most relaxing days of your holiday for sure! Sayulita, declared as on of the Magic Villages, famous for surfing, shopping and the Chocobananas, became tremendously famous the last few years. San Pancho (short for San Francisco), is definly more quiet and has a long streched beach. The busy part is right downtown, however the most beautiful beach is at the other side of the golf court. Let us show you both villages, all you have to do is enjoy and relax!
Visit charity organization Entre Amigos Project in San Pancho & the beach.
Sayulita, a colorful small town. Eat, drink, relax, stroll..
|Mini van max. 7 passengers
Van max. 12 passengers
Suburban max. 6 passengers
Sprinter max. 19 passengers
|Monday- Friday||7 hours|
Rate is per vehicle, not per person! If your group is larger than 19 passengers email us to ask for group rates.
Transportation, Bilingual guide during the day.
Not included in the tour:
Personal expenses, lunch, drinks and gratuities.
Two of the most well known villages close to Puerto Vallarta are without a doubt San Pancho and Sayulita. Both colorful, laid back villages with a fantastic atmosphere. With plenty of choices for shopping and restaurants, there is no time to get bored here! See the surfers, eat fresh Ceviche, take a surf class, and buy your souvenirs today. This is a day that you will want to come back to these villages for a multiple day vacation.
In San Pancho (official name San Francisco) We strongly recommend you to visit the Entre Amigos project in San Pancho. Entre Amigos Project is a very successful community project that has attracted participants and followers from all over the world, including the World Economic Forum, the team from Cirque du Soleil, and many others. Founder Nicole Swedlow or one of the Volunteers can take us on a guided tour of this impressive, sustainably designed, and award winning education center. Entre Amigos Project is entirely funded by donations and almost completely run by volunteers. In the town itself stroll along the stores and make sure you make a picture of their own “Golden Gate Bridge”.
Sayulita hardly needs any words: Who would not want to spend some time in on the the most famous surfing towns in the area? The hippie atmosphere, the beach, the restaurants… this is one of the “Magic Villages” of Mexico and you simply can not go home without a visit to this town.