Top attractions in Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta has long been a top tourist destination and its beautiful beaches, luxurious hotels, and exciting nightlife continue to draw visitors every year.
When visiting this vibrant city, take some time to do some sightseeing. An experienced guide can make sure your city tour encompasses all the city has to offer. Some popular activities within the city are visiting a tequila distillery as well as exploring the communities of La Conchas, El Pitillal, and Nogalito.
For those looking for outdoor adventure, Puerto Vallarta offers many different options such as sailing, snorkeling, dolphin watching, scuba diving, hiking, horseback riding, and even canopy zip line tours. The mountains, rivers, and coastlines of Puerto Vallarta offer travelers the opportunity to observe and interact with an amazing variety of wildlife. At least five species of sea turtles can be found here, and humpback whale sightings are common if you have an experienced guide to take you to the most likely locations.
If you are just looking for relaxing fun in the sun, the sandy beaches of Puerto Vallarta are the ideal spot to relax and enjoy spending time in a tropical paradise.
The residents of Puerto Vallarta are famous for their friendly attitude towards visitors and they love to show off the beauty of their city.
What people are saying about Puerto Vallarta
It was a great tour Mother nature took over but they made sure the experience was still up to standard. Even in the poor conditions I still give it a 10... My scuba diving guide was a bad ass. I felt safe and secure, his patience and instruction he made sure were very clear. I'm hooked on scuba diving. Highly recommend. I'm sorry we couldn't go to the over areas of the tour. But mother nature is mother nature. SEE YA AGAIN WHEN WE RETURN!!! Only down fall is that I felt the photos were a little to expensive. It cost almost as much as the tour.. I will give credit to photos as great.
Plain and simple: restaurants are very different in Mexico than they are in the US. What I loved about going on this food tour is the amount of "street" food we got to try along with visiting traditional restaurants and stores. I think it's better to go on a local tour (our guide Ricardo was excellent) than to try to explore on your own. Being a shy American, I probably wouldn't have gone up to a taco cart and bought something. I loved Concepcion's tuba water! I wish we had something like that in the US, but I will just have to go back to Vallarta!
This was a lot of fun. I was a bit anxious at first, but after the first short run I felt comfortable. The guides made it fun. I think the photos and DVD are quite pricey and did not purchase either for that reason. I think more people would purchase them if they were a more reasonable price.
The show was very professional well done the dinner was very well run I totally loved the whole experience if u go to Puerto Vallarta you need to see it and the boat 5 we had going over entertained on the way back was great good experience all the way around I give it a 10 !!
There was never a dull moment, lots of action. The pirates were exciting and fluent in English. The food was excellent with lots of options. The beverages were included with choice of mixed drinks and beer.