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Reservations Paseo de la Marina Norte 585, Marina Vallarta Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco - 48354

Puerto Vallarta Adventures & Tours

Puerto Vallarta is a place of natural adventure that frees your spirit. Explore the beauty and landscape as you play, dive, swim, sail and tour this tropical vacation haven. This destination offers endless outdoor adventures, eco-tours, water activities and ocean excursions, including deep sea fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, whale and dolphin watching, kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, surfing, hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.

Puerto Vallarta Bird-watching Tours

With more than 300 species of birds, Puerto Vallarta is bird watching adventure and a true paradise for bird watchers. Tour Las Marietas Islands, just off the coast, which is a bird sanctuary and one of the few places where the Blue Footed Booby nests and breeds. Sea hawks and many birds of the oceans and estuaries inhabit or pass through these beautiful islands.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Sport Fishing

Puerto Vallarta is a sport fishing playground, where anglers from around the globe try to reel in the big catch. Spend a blissful day out on the deep blue waters of Banderas Bay and fish with an experienced captain. Join a deep sea fishing charter and cast your lines for marlin, tuna, mahi mahi, dorado, sailfish, rooster tail and red snapper. Numerous charters are available - from pangas to large trawlers with fly bridges. Head to the Puerto Vallarta lakes for bass and other freshwater fishing.

Puerto Vallarta Scuba Diving & Snorkeling

With beautiful coral reefs and natural attractions, Puerto Vallarta is the perfect destination for scuba diving and snorkeling adventures. Off the islands of Los Arcos, Las Marietas and Las Caletas, you can experience tropical fish, mantas, dolphins and turtles. Explore the rock formations of Los Arcos National Marine Park's underwater caves and canyons and secluded beaches with shallows teeming with tropical fish. Discover the wildlife reserves and marine ecosystem of the Marietas Islands with its deep caverns and rugged rock architecture.