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Las Caletas Day Tour from Puerto Vallarta

Highlights
  • Cruise to a private beach in Puerto Vallarta aboard a catamaran
  • Experience multiple highlights in one day—a great choice for first-time visitors
  • Opt for a balanced itinerary of activity and relaxation
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Las Caletas Day Tour from Puerto Vallarta
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Overview
Experience multiple Puerto Vallarta highlights in one day on this stress-free tour of Las Caletas, ideal for first-time visitors and nature lovers. Board a catamaran and enjoy easy transportation to a private beach. Opt to snorkel at a secluded cove or take a guided nature walk through the jungle, and enjoy the perfect mix of activity and relaxation. Plus, lunch and an open bar are included.
What to Expect
Your morning starts when you meet your crew at the marina in Puerto Vallarta or Nuevo Vallarta and board your catamaran. Enjoy a light breakfast on board as you cruise to Las Caletas, a private beach hideaway on the south shore of Banderas Bay.
On arrival at Las Caletas, choose from a variety of activities. Snorkel in a secluded cove, take a kayak or paddleboard out for a spin, and trek through the tropical jungle to see native wildlife. Visit a Maya archeological site that serves as center stage for the Rhythms of the Night tour, and then take a Paella cooking class (not included with the 11:30am tour).
Enjoy a buffet-style lunch, and then relax on the golden sand beach with an ice-cold beer or tropical cocktail from the open bar. When your time at Las Caletas is up, cruise back to Puerto Vallarta to end your tour.
Reviews (109)
1 - 5 of 86 reviews
Reviewed yesterday
Nice, nice day!

The Las Caletas trip was fabulous. Beautiful facility, great staff. We just relaxed and swam but there were lots of other activities that we could have done.

Thank MohlerMojo
Reviewed 2 days ago
Enjoyed it but a few changes could have made it much better

I have mixed feelings about this experience, which we booked through Holland America's EXC. Originally I was thinking three stars, but realized some of the issues were due to HAL and not Vallarta Adventures. Overall I enjoyed my day and it was a very relaxing...More

Thank MGreene16
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Great day trip

Booked through TUI and Vallarta adventures £328 for 3. Early start from riu Vallarta get a taxi down to Nuevo port and where the adventures place is. 120 peso. Get there for 7.30You get a continental breakfast and then you are on the boat. At...More

Thank grantisimo
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Nice adventure

Las Caletas is a great day trip. There’s a short like 20-30 boat ride out to the beach, and it’s a good way to soak up some of the scenery around Puerto Vallarta. They serve a small complimentary breakfast, and beverages on your way. Once...More

1  Thank Zach C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
We had a great time!

My hubby and I took the Las Caletas excursion from a Princess cruise ship to Puerto Vallarta. Las Caletas was very private and we loved it. The visibility wasn't terrific for snorkeling, but there were so many fish! The food was great and the open...More

1  Thank Teri S
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Melissa p
August 13, 2018|
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Response from DianneE65 |
They gather everyone back on the boat by 3pm, and it's about a 40-60minute ride back to where you got picked up from.
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Marcie-Van-de
August 12, 2018|
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Response from Kirbster119 | Reviewed this property |
Plus there are kayaks!
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Melissa p
August 2, 2018|
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Response from pcremer | Reviewed this property |
We took it from the cruise ship and was about a 6-7 hour tour. When we arrived there was a group that had been there in the morning, and they ate lunch after we did and then boarded the boat to leave at least an hour or two... More
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