Sea Safari

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Feel the thrill of 400HP as you zip across the bay to explore a hidden coastline. We take you away from tourist areas and transport you to authentic Mexican fishing villages along the south coast of the bay. This multi-activity tour includes three stops that expose you to isolated, indigenous communities.

A Fishermen's Town and its Waterfall

Walk through a beautiful village of fewer than 500 inhabitants as our guide exposes you to the lifestyle and culture of this remote village. Interact with the community before a horseback trail ride through the mountains of Sierra Madre to a beautiful waterfall and swim hole where you can swim or relax and have a drink.

Our Snorkeling Cove: "La Bola"

After a snorkeling and equipment and introduction, we'll take you to a beautiful cove with rock reefs full of friendly tropical fish and interesting sea life.  Go off on your own or join the guide as they educate you on the sea life and introduce you to the local creatures.

Our Hidden Village: "Pizota"

After a day of activities, relax in our private and secluded piece of paradise. A beautiful beach where we have not only sea kayaks, hammocks, and rugs, coconuts & open bar but also the most amazing and authentic Mexican grill right on the beach. Just imagine Grilled Steak & Chicken, Vegetarian options, Mexican beans, salsa, quesadillas, cheesecake and more on a beautiful beach all to yourself.

What's Included

  • Safety equipment
  • Snorkeling and kayaking equipment
  • Lunch
  • Bottled water
  • Open bar


What to Wear & Bring

  • Towel
  • Swimwear
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Money for souvenirs & photos


Approximately 6 1/2 hours


Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.


8:00 am. 8:30 am

Departs From:

Maritime Terminal in Puerto Vallarta and Vallarta Adventures Office in Nuevo Vallarta. Detailed directions will be provided with your confirmation. 


Min. Age: 10 years old

Max. Weight: 250 lbs (113Kg)

Child prices apply to children ages 10 to 11. Any child age 12 years and over is considered an adult. 

During or following heavy rains, swimming under the waterfall might be deemed unsafe.

For safety reasons expecting mothers restricted

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