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Rancho Lopez

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5 de Mayo 642, Mismaloya, Mexico
+52 322 121 1852
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Lunch in the Jungle!

In the El Eden area, this restaurant features an ample tray of shrimp, fish, steak or combos in an... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2017
Hood River, Oregon
.Excellent !!!!

Pedro Lopez is an amazing man. He's been here for many years, and is very dependable and... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2016
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18 Jun 2017
“Lunch in the Jungle!”
7 Sep 2016
“.Excellent !!!!”
5 de Mayo 642, Mismaloya, Mexico
+52 322 121 1852
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Reviewed 18 June 2017

In the El Eden area, this restaurant features an ample tray of shrimp, fish, steak or combos in an open air location overlooking a river with smooth boulders that invite the customer to take a dip after lunch. I wrote a review about El Eden...More

1  Thank GoGlo1406
Reviewed 7 September 2016

Pedro Lopez is an amazing man. He's been here for many years, and is very dependable and interesting. If you like horses, be sure to visit Pedro. He is often at the main road by the bus stop, and speaks English. Trustworthy and honest !!!

1  Thank LovePuertoVallarta
Reviewed 24 March 2016

Pedro Lopez took us on a horseback tour through the jungle to the Predator set. It took about two hours. Pedro is really a friendly local rancher with deep roots in the community. A couple of our party had never been on a horse, so...More

1  Thank Travellers_8
Reviewed 22 January 2016

Today January 22nd 2016 my family and I went out horseback riding in Mismaloya at Rancho Lopez. Pedro Lopez the owner/guide picked us up at our hotel at 9:45am and drove us to his ranch. He had the horses ready to go and we took...More

2  Thank Bjorn N
Reviewed 24 December 2015 via mobile

Pedro and Gustavo were wonderful guides on a ride up a winding road through the jungle. We stopped at the Predator set at the top and could have lunch, swim, zip line if we wanted to, before we came back down. Pedro works very hard...More

Thank Ami L
Reviewed 31 January 2014

If you visit Mismaloya at the bus stop ask for Pefro Lopez. He operates Rancho Lopez a small boutique borseback riding experience into the mountainous jungle of Mismaloya. He has a very good grasp of English and is extremely accomodating. We have known Pedro for...More

2  Thank MABSTL531
Reviewed 17 June 2012

Mismaloya is located along the coastline of the Bay of Banderas just south of Puerto Vallarta. It is most famous for the filming of ‘The Night Of the Iguana’ but however there are very little remains of the film set now. However well worth a...More

3  Thank JohngWirral
Reviewed 1 April 2012

If you are a small group of 2 or 3 in the Mismaloya or PVR area, I highly recommend taking this 3 hour equestrian excursion. Pedro is a great guide and takes great pride in providing a quality experience. His horses and mules are smaller...More

4  Thank Huge_K
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29 January 2017|
Response from LovePuertoVallarta | Reviewed this property |
Pedro Lopez is a family man... and I am sure he could arrange a ride that is suitable for a young child. The last time we saw him he offered choices... from a shorter ride to 2-3 day trips into the jungle/mountain area... More
6 September 2016|
Response from JLSnaffle |
my bet is no. theses are trail horses, and the area is not really conducive to cantering.