Marina Vallarta Thursday Night Market Tour

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Activity Level



After Dark, Food and Wine, Local Experience, Shopping


Kid Friendly: Yes.

Friendly: Yes.

Maximum travelers: 3



Spanish (conversational), English (fluent)

Private wheelchair accessible tour

The seasonal market at Marina Vallarta is a weekly event worth visiting. The Marina Market is a busy place that you can visit from November through April. There is a great representation of local artists, handcrafts, jewelry, textiles, and an amazing variety of food choices. The venue is beautifully surrounding the marina in a fully accessible waterfront walk. Live music and street performances are also part of the experience.


We will start at your Puerto Vallarta location at 5:30. Along the route to Marina Vallarta we will point out points of interest. Two hours at the market will allow enough of time to watch the local artists as they work, sample the variety of food choices, and enjoy some local entertainers. Around 8:00 we will head back to your Puerto Vallarta location.

Meeting Location + Tour Duration

Meeting location: We will pick you up at your Puerto Vallarta location.

End location: The tour will end with your return back to your Puerto Vallarta location.

Duration: 3 hours

Traffic could impact the duration of this tour.


The 2001 Dodge Caravan with Braun wheelchair conversion has a bench rear seat that fits 2 average sized adults comfortably or 3 small adults with seat belts. There is room for one or two wheelchairs with full securement. The van has air conditioning.

What’s Included

Other: The tour includes wheelchair accessible transportation from your Puerto Vallarta location including the airport, cruise ship terminal, hotel, resort, or private address. If your location is outside of the Vallarta area (Punta Mita, Mismaloya, etc.) the itinerary can be adjusted.

This tour includes bottled water and my services as your personal guide.

Estimated Local Cash Needed

500 pesos - There are many options for foods, crafts, art, and souvenirs. You can spend nothing or a great deal, but for most visitors $500 pesos should be sufficient.

What’s Extra

Other: Food, beverages, souvenirs, and other purchases are not included.


I am not a licensed guide and will not be able to guide you inside of the historical monuments.

Private tour guide Terrie

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