Explore the norh villages in 6 hours with a private tour guide
On your trip to Puerto vallarta, do not miss the occasion to visit two beautiful and famous villages in recent years: Sayulita and San Pancho. It is a great trip for those who love small pueblos, relaxing days.
The tour start in PVR at 9am, heading to the north area of the bay, our fist stop is in Chocolate house to learn, smell and taste the artisan Chocolate.
Just 1 hour from Puerto Vallarta, is the beautiful seaside village San Pancho, excelente place for dreamers, who are looking for a quiet place.
An active snowbirds community showed to locals with some creativity and love they can do a lot. The project "Entre Amigos" has upcycled program, performance space, library, english classes for local's children.
Heading back 10 minutes is the charming and colorful Sayulita. In recent years has been famous for surfing tournaments. You will get plenty time for shopping, getting since native Huichol art to fine art Galleries, time for swimming, delicious food is available: since a fish taco to a fine meal.
-09:30 am Pick up time.
-10:00 am Chocolate House.
-11:30 am San Pancho
-12:30 Sayulita for swimming, luch, shopping.
-14:30 Head back to Puerto Vallarta
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel
Duration: 6 hours
I have an express van with air conditioned model 2011 in good shape, clean, with a capacity of 12 passengers, to customize the service I like to guide only 8 passengers.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
500 pesos - -For Lunch and drinks.
-Plus more money for personal purchases.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
I'm not able to guide excursions at night.
I have no permission to pick up travellers inside of the port.
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Gina was great. She was very knowledgeable and patient with our 8 year old. Making the unscheduled stop for some local treats was very nice. The traffic was crazy that day, but Gina filled up the time with lots of historical and local information and made it a really nice day! Gracias!