- Comprehensive Puerto Vallarta city tour shore excursion
- Stop at the Concha Chinas residential area
- Visit a local tequila distillery
- Covered by Viator's worry free policy: guaranteed on-time return to your ship
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What You Can Expect
Learn from your knowledgeable guide about silver and the mineral stones in the region and see the various pieces and sculptures from local artists at the malecon. Then, stop at Los Arcos National Park scenic lookout to get amazing views of the Vallarta Bay. Continue on to the Conchas Chinas residential area for breathtaking views of Banderas Bay.
Then, visit Nogalito Eco Park, an area located south of Banderas Bay that is known for its tequila-making. You can witness the production process of tequila while visiting a local distillery. Learn about the different types of Aguave and tequila and taste the distinct brands and flavors.
Enjoy some time exploring the park and the Nogalito river as you get in touch with nature and admire the flora and local fauna. Relax on a hammock, sip on a cold drink and have a delicious lunch (not included). The city tour ends with drop-off at your cruise ship port.
Worry-free Shore Excursion:
We will ensure your excursion ends with ample time for you to return to Puerto Vallarta for your ship’s departure. In the rare event your ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. See our terms and conditions for full details.
Tour was great till our driver brought us on a dirt road to a quaint little village and a restaurant that wanted to charg us $58.oo a couple to eat lunch. The salad bar was also $58.00 for two persons. We asked the driver where he would take his wife and two daughters for lunch today? He took us down town to a quaint little outdoor Taco Stand. We had fun and enjoyed this. It pays to speak-up !
The trip was fine except it seemed as though the guide was more interested in taking us to his friends to buy things. Also, my wife and I had a small red snapper fish and four large prawns for lunch where he stopped and the bill was almost $53 without the tip. I thought it was outrageous and told the guide so. The restayurant owner refused to give us prices before we ate. I should have known we would get ripped off!