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Puerto Vallarta Combo Tour: Horseback Riding and Beach Break
"Meet your guide at a central location in Puerto Vallarta or Nuevo Vallarta to start your tour. First you'll head to a fishing village and walk through this town of less than 500 inhabitants. Your guide will tell you all about the lifestyle and culture of this remote village. Interact with the community and then enjoy a horseback riding tour through the you'll head to the last stop the hidden villagge of Pizota. Relax at this private and secluded piece of paradise. It is a beautiful beach where you can use sea kayaks hammocks sand rugs coconuts and open bar. Also
From $118.00
 
San Sebastian Tour from Puerto Vallarta
"Over the years the town's population fluctuated wildly as gold and silver were mined intermittently between the 1600s and the 1930s. Today although the ""gold fever"" has subsided and the people afflicted by it have long since departed this beautiful mountain village of 600 residents retains its colonial heritage as an outstanding example of the traditional ways of living and working in a remote Mexican village. In addition to the traditional corn and cattle raising procedures local folks still cultivate coffee and agave on the mountainside. It is a joy to wander around in this very peaceful town which has changed so little in hundreds of years. With an 18th century church dedicated to San Sebastián a classic Porifian bandstand and a quaint cobblestone plaza lined by dignified white buildings
From $92.00
 
Learn to Dive - Puerto Vallarta Beginners Scuba Course
"The Puerto Vallarta diving experience is an introductory program that allows anyone 10 years or older to experience scuba diving in a safe and exciting environment. Take a 1-tank dive trip to Las Caletas the perfect location to learn the scuba. Situated on the south side of Banderas Bay Las Caletas is an exclusive tropical beach hideaway with underwater caves and natural reefs. Home to a diverse array of sea life colorful tropical fish turtles and manta rays it is considered to be one of the finest scuba diving locations on the Pacific coast of Mexico. """
From $159.00

More Things to Do in Jalisco

hike up to the abandoned restaurant

if you go to the main beach, and look north, you will see an abandoned restaurant up on a hill that juts into the ocean. the walk is only about 15 minutes. you just have to climb some stairs and once...
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rkearns
Aug 12, 2008

fresh oysters

you can go to one of the beach restaurants and ask if there are any fresh oysters. we were approached by someone with a morning catch! it only cost about 50 cents per oyster...they were the hugest and...
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rkearns
Aug 12, 2008
 
 
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