- Walk the Malecon
- A Trip Los Arcos
- Night Out in Puerto Vallarta’s Downtown
- Whale Watching
- Pirate Ship
- Yelapa, Las Animas and Quimixto
- Golfing Activities
- Las Caletas – Rhythms of the Night
- Zip lining
If you’re looking for a lazy day then you can’t do much better than a leisurely stroll along the water’s edge, and Puerto Vallarta’s Malecon offers the very best example of this. You see the historic Malecon has recently had an architectural face-lift and you can now enjoy the flora as well as the sunsets. And because this boardwalk goes along the downtown area, too, you can make the most of the shops and the street performers that are so famous here.
Nature lovers will love a visit to the Los Arcos landmark that is such a definitive and iconic part of Puerto Vallarta’s coastline. This rock formation bursts from the sea like the tail of some great, mythical creature. This is a great place to go in Puerto Vallarta if you love snorkelling and diving activities because there is a huge amount of marine wildlife in the area.
No matter what you look for in a night out, Puerto Vallarta will be able to offer you exactly what you (maybe don’t even know) you want! There are lively clubs, vibrant bars, sophisticated restaurants, romantic bistros and beach bars that look out onto the waters. What’s more it’s all within a safe taxi ride.
Animal lovers really must try to come in winter because Puerto Vallarta has some very special visitors between November and March. Whales. If you want to see whales then this could be your best chance! There are plenty of legitimate companies who’ll be willing to take you out to see these gentle giants in person. Whale watching is by far one of Puerto Vallarta’s top activities.
If you like pirates then you’re going to be delighted to hear that Puerto Vallarta has a stunning pirate ship, the Marigalante, offering the best ocean-side activities in Puerto Vallarta. The Pirate activity offers day and night cruises as well as family friendly shows and entertainment. These tours will also include your meal, so it’s a great way to keep the whole family happy without too much trouble.
If you want to see what Puerto Vallarta might have looked like 100 years ago, as well as seeing some awesome beaches, then you should explore the small fishing villages just south of Puerto Vallarta that can be reached only by boat. These villages are also a great place from which to take horseback trek activities or hikes into the jungle.
Golf lovers won’t want to leave Puerto Vallarta; there are dozens of beautiful, world class, top notch courses (some of which have hosted tournaments) to enjoy.
Las Caletas was once a private and secluded beach home for John Huston, now it’s a gorgeous location to visit while on vacation. You could have a romantic, flame lit dinner here with your other half before enjoying a pre-Hispanic show that includes dancing, music and fire rituals. There are also activities during the day for day tours.
Fishing is a sport that’s really popular in Puerto Vallarta. There are plenty of fishing tour companies who can take you out to catch Red Snapper, Tuna fish, Sailfish, Marlin, Mahi Mahi (Dorado) and other less common breeds of fish! The fishermen in your group won’t be disappointed when you vacation here!
One of the most exhilarating activities in Puerto Vallarta. If you are an adrenaline junkie then zip lining will be right up your street, but in Puerto Vallarta there’s an added benefit that might make all those who fear heights consider trying it! This is the best way to see the river canyons, jungles and mountainscapes of Puerto Vallarta.