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We booked a zip line tour from villa premiere hotel and also was a ATV tour. Lots of nice views outside the city. Was a short ride about 30 minutes outside the city. Zip line was a little sketchy, im sure they dont have OSHA inspecting equipment. Not joking just the reality, but was still fun!!
Updated Dec 22, 2012
This is a great tour to get oriented with best Vallarta has to offer. I enjoyed it immensely and made some new friends. The mole, ceviche, tacos, soups, and candy was amazing. It was just not the food but the info about vallarta that made this tour not good but great. I highly recommend this tour to anyone that is visiting Puerto Vallarta
Written Dec 23, 2011
Address: 242 Aquiles Serdan
wonderful time.. games, mariachi band, contests, local dancing. It was rained out, so it was held in the resort ballroom. they had local vendors, so if you didn't get out that week to the markets, you can get just as good as a deal if you haggle.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Dreams Resort
Whether you are walking the cobblestone side streets, down the Malecon, or on the beach, all is relaxing in Puerto Vallarta. It is a relatively small area. If you dont go to el centro, you dont really see PV.
Written Jan 31, 2011
Address: Puerto Vallarta
is it just about meeting people? i was there (just got home yesterday) and there are plenty of bars in zona romantica. you could go out on your own or whomever you are with and not have to pay for cheap jello shots. imo, zona romantica is the best for a pub crawl.
i would not go with a company or tour group.
Written Aug 26, 2010
For me in Peurto Vallarta on the Flamingo Beach my number one activity was vegging out with either a Tequilla Sunrise, a Screwdriver or a Sol or one of each until 6:30 and watch the sun set, this for me was unbeleivable!!
I posted a special travelogue dedicated just to the sunrises that would happen daily. They were the greatest!
Updated Feb 24, 2010
This tour was fantastic! The tour began with a guided hike through a mangrove forest that was both educational and beautiful. We then met a local fishermen who taught us how to throw fishing nets which is much harder than it looks. Then we boarded a 6 place hovercraft and soared over beach, mudflats, and up the Ameca River. We actually flew with the birds! We saw pelicans, herons, egrets, spoonbills, blacknecked stilts and more. There were iguanas, turtles,and even 3 crocodiles! It was like stepping back in time and experiencing Puerto Vallarta when it was nothing more than a fishing village. I loved the fact that the guides were passionate about conservation and leaving no (or little) footprint. We also never felt like tourists. They keep the groups small so that the experience is truely special and low impact. My 70 year old mother and teenage kids all highly recommend this tour...and that really says something!!! You can see for yourself by going to their website and clicking on the youtube link.
Written Dec 9, 2009
Address: Boca de Tomate - Ameca River
I wanted to get the word out that the “Mud Rats Dunne Buggy’s & ATV’s” company should be avoided at all costs. We had a wedding for our daughter down here last weekend and the bride and groom sponsored a dune buggy trip for the wedding party (plus others that wanted to join on Sunday). We arranged the buggy’s through a long time friend (vendor) in the beach who first quoted us $35/person (for >20 people) but then when we went to confirm said the owner changed the price to $45 because his competition had just been eliminated and he was the only option in town. They ended up renting 17 buggy’s and all but 2 broke down at some point. Instead of going up into the hills along the river as advertised, they were taken along the busy streets into Nuevo Vallarta (very dangerous). The guide lost track of one of the last buggy’s who then got lost. They ended up going down a one way street the wrong way, got stopped by the police and almost arrested. The dune buggy people had to come out to pay them a bribe and then they charged her for the money. Everyone had a miserable time….
I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone!!!!!!
Written Nov 25, 2009
Address: Puerto Vallarta Mexico
One of the best thing you can do in Puerto Vallarta is to be on the beach (or near the beach) at sunset. Sunsets are amazing here! I took this picture at sunset on the first day we arrived in Puerto Vallarta, on the way to our hotel. What a great way to start a vacation!!!
Written Oct 2, 2009
There are several places in town and on the beach that offer cheap 60 minutes massages. You will see signs on the beach inviting you to go for a massage. There are also massage therapists that are walking on the beach and distributing business cards with their location, services and prices.
We had a 60 minutes massage for 2 in Mismaloya, in a very private area located right on the beach. Like everything in Mexico, the price is negotiable. Your best bet is to pay in Mexican pesos instead on US dollars (it saves you some bucks).
We paid 400 pesos (about 29 US dollars) for a 60 minutes massage for 2 people. It was really relaxing and worth it. The next day, I had a manicure and a pedicure done at the same place. The original price was 200 pesos, but after a quick negotiation I managed to get the price down to 150 pesos (about 11 US dollars).
Written Sep 30, 2009
Address: in Mismaloya, on the beach
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