Landscapes and flavors of the Sierra Madre South
Great tour combining natural and historic attractions and the regional gastronomy of towns and villages nestled in the Sierra Madre South.
Enjoy a driving through a scenic road surrounded by tropical jungle and pine forest, rural landscapes, cattle rising ranches, farms and plantations of mango, papaya, avocado, corn and banana.
Visit "El Tuito" authentic mexican town with adobe brick houses, picturesque coblestone streets and artisanal bred factories.
See elaboration of fresh cheese, tequila and the recently origin-denominated drink "raicilla".
Visit the dam "Cajon de Peñas" men-made lake where some species of fish and langoustines have been introduced for reproduction being an important gastronomic attraction for locals and visitors, tilapia, bass fish, Australian langoustine and shrimp are fresh cooked and served for your enjoyment.
9:00 Am depart from Puerto Vallarta
9:45 Visit El Tuito, main plaza, church, local cemetery, coffee and quesadillas delight, visit to artisan bakery and fresh cheese making house.
12:00 Stop at a Raicilla distillery, process and tasting.
13:00 Arrive to dam Cajón de Peña, short sightseeing and lunch
15:00 Stop at Tequila distillery, process and tasting
17:00 End of tour in Puerto Vallarta
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 9 hours
During rainy season (July to October) itinerary could be affected.
Modern and clean air conditioned vehicle (van, suburban or expedition) with a lot of space
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000 pesos - Lunch and beverages at restaurant are extra
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
I am not permitted to pick up cruise passengers inside the port, I will be meeting customers in a walking distance depending the berth number of arrival.