Explore this unique city while learning about nature, history, geography, arts and more
Puerto Vallarta is one of the Pacific Gems in Mexico.
Well known for its naturally beautiful settings, friendliness, Mexican feeling and safety, this beautiful town has welcomed many travelers.
On this walking tour, you'll get to explore the tourism and the local faces of Vallarta.
Marvel at the architecture, the cobblestone streets, the views to the bay. Sculptures, murals, folk art will fill in the art elements. Beautiful flowers, plants, and animals that make the city prettier and provide the natural touch.
You will learn about what and how Puerto Vallarta was created, as I guide you one step at a time. We will then enjoy a nice lunch at a popular local restaurant, offering different Mexican dishes on a varied menu.
Upon the requested time, you'll meet the guide at the specified place.
Walk along the boardwalk: sculptures, architecture, history, and geography.
We will visit the main plaza, government building, Church.
Then off to the Gringo Gulch and Cuale River
Romantic Zone and lunch and Tequila tasting
End of tour
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Plaza Hidalgo. In front of Maria del Refugio Church.
End location: Restaurant at Romantic Zone
Duration: 3 hours
All is done by walking, but of course, with as many rest stops as needed. We will have lunch at a charming Mexican local restaurant.
This tour is to be done by walking, many rest-stops on the way, and ending at a charming restaurant.
Mexican candy sampling
Lots of fun and information about Puerto Vallarta and Bahia de Banderas
Estimated Local Cash Needed
500 mexican pesos - Land transportation to the meeting point
Transportation to and from the meeting point
Cash for buying souvernirs, or other personal expenses.
-I cannot accompany as a guide in your vehicle, only licensed tourist vehicles can be used.
-I can only guide in Spanish, English, and French.
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Thalia was very well versed in her knowledge of Puerto Vallarta. She has a good understanding of the symbolism of the public art and how it relates to the politics and history of the area. We enjoyed experiencing different elements of PV; the view from the lighthouse, a candy shopppe in the market, and a family run restaurant in the old town for lunch. It was great to explore all the nooks and crannies of PV. We could ask all the questions we wanted to and always got an educated answer from Thalia.