Once one of the most important mining towns from the 1600's, San Sebastian del Oeste is now a quiet mountain Village (4800 ft above sea level) about one and a half hour away from Puerto Vallarta. Nominated as world Heritage site by UNESCO, San Sebastian is truly an unspoiled place to explore. We'll visit a coffee plantation and Hacienda, Main Plaza and other main highlights of the village. We will have lunch (not included) at an excellent local restaurant where you will be able to try real, traditional Mexican food.
One of the highlights of the surroundings of Puerto Vallarta without a doubt are the botanical gardens. On this tour we will take you there and show you this treasure. After this visit in the morning, we will take you to the town of El Tuito. El Tuito is still a non touristic village where you can see how people really live in the countryside.
You've just got to come and enjoy the best that Puerto Vallarta has to offer on board any of our sailboats where you will spend the day relaxing and having just such a great time. The sunshine, the warm breeze, the natural beauty of the Banderas Bay waters... your favorite drink... all along with an efficient, experienced and friendly staff. We offer full day, half day and sunset sailing experiences! Please contact us if you have any questions.
Join our naturlist guide on this amazing tour! From December 07 - March 23 From late November to late March, hundreds of Humpback whales migrate down from the cold waters of the North Pacific Ocean to our less cold waters. They enter Banderas Bay to mate, breed and nurse. You will be guided into the wonders of whales, by our biologist with a Masters Degree in Marine Ecology. Our boats are small because this is the best way to get close to the animals, to move faster and to avoid disturbing them too much. Join us!
See Puerto Vallarta in one day and feel like Tarzan or Jane during zip lining. A great combo idea for those who both wish to go sightseeing around the city of Puerto Vallarta and want to take part in a fun Zip line activity. Now there is no need to make a choice, you can do them both! Unlike all other Puerto Vallarta city tours, this tour really does only sightseeing, rather than shopping at jewelry stores.
We will visit the beaches of Vallarta, Bucerias, Punta de Mita and Sayulita. The rates we offer are per Van, nor per person, so get your group together and all you need to do is pack your beach gear and get ready to explore some of the best beach areas on the Bay and beyond! This is a great trip for sun lovers and those looking to explore some of the best beaches around. You can even learn to surf! (Surf lessons not included in the price).
Come and join us to see this unique part of Jalisco. A memorable journey where we also stop at the village of Mascota. This tour is for those interested in the Pre-Colombian Cultures of Mexico.
All over the world, recreational water parks offer dolphin and human interactions as part of their experiences. Although entertaining and enjoyable, the interaction is imposed on the dolphins who have no other choice but to obey. However human- wild dolphin interactions occur naturally, you have probably heard some stories about that. It’s time to create your own story!
On the way to San Blas we'll explore the beautiful scenery, stop at a fruit and candy stand and make our way to La Tovara for a scenic tour of the sanctuary. Here we'll see amazing wildlife, such as birds, turtles, crocodiles and amazing flora and fauna. Next we'll go to a crocodile farm, have a drink at a jungle restaurant and then visit a Spanish Fort with a magnificent view of San Blas and the Pacific Ocean, then lunch on a great beach.
All prices are in USD per person, based on double occupancy. From January to March One of the world’s most outstanding natural events occurs each year in North America, featuring one of its most unlikely creatures, the delicate Monarch butterfly. Up to 300 million Monarch Butterflies fly from Canada and the US southward, for up to 3,000 mile and overwinter in Mexico for approximately five months without breeding until the end of March when they reach sexual maturity.