Typical Vallarta City tour is the best way to see the city, do all of your shopping and get to know more about the local culture. We’ll start this tour showing you Marina Vallarta.
Next, we pass all the hotel zone until we reach the El Malecón.
Here, we will stop by the Sea Horse for a brief informational walk about the monuments in the area as well as the symbols, and by all means, our most famous landmark, the church of the Virgin of Guadalupe. You will have some free time for shopping.
Later, we will cross the Rio Cuale and see the other side of Puerto Vallarta.
Then, we will head for the tequila factory to learn a little bit about the elaboration of the Tequila/Raicilla; of course, with the invitation to taste one or all of the house tequilas! Last, but not least, we will stop at a restaurant in the middle off the forest to enjoy a delicious lunch.
Departure and return time
Scheduled pick-up service from hotel(s) from 9:00 am to 10:00 am
Scheduled drop-off service to the hotel(s) from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Bus departs for El Faro at Marina Vallarta. After a short visit in the Marina area, we drive to El Malecon (boardwalk). We enjoy a walk along the Malecón to the main square and visit the Guadalupe church. Later, we drive to the south with a few stops along the way including the Tequila factory and sample the “moonshine liquor”. After the tasting, we depart to the restaurant where lunch will be offered (lunch is not included) after lunch we go back to the hotel
Roundtrip transportation aboard an air-conditioned bus, English speaking tour guide,
What to bring
We recommend that you wear comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, a hat, plus,
in an effort to preserve the environment, the use of sunscreen is limited to only those which are ecological/environmentally safe. Please also bring insect repellent, cash for incidentals and/or tips plus camera.
Due to the amount of walking, this tour is not recommended for pregnant women. Must be in good health and be able to walk comfortably. Please contact us before booking. Service provider reserves the right to refuse service to anyone who does not meet minimum requirements