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the malecon and guadalupe church was nice, the tequilla testing was informative. the lunch was okey. i just want to suggest to tell to tour guide to use a microphone or something so that people most especially who are sitting on the back of the mini van can hear what he is saying bec the road was rough we can't hear what he's is telling and he should accompany the group every stop to explain further about the place and not just staying in the van. guest will be happy if he will engaged more. this is the first viator tour that i'm not satisfied with the tour guide.
This was a pretty comprehensive tour that covered a lot of territory. Unfortunately, we weren't aware of the time change when our cruise pulled into Puerto Vallarta so we were late meeting our guide but a liaison took us to him and gave us some city history on the way. Carlos was so friendly and helpful, I highly recommend him and would definitely go with him again if we go back.
We fully enjoyed this tour. We were a party of 8 and picked up exactly on time by a 16 passenger van with 4 others, so lots of room. As first time travelers to Puerto Vallarta, this tour gave us a great introduction to the area. Our guide Mario was very knowledgeable about the area, and lots of fun. The Tequila distillery was a must see and the lunch location was a lovely restaurant in a small village well off the beaten path alongside a flowing creek. Picture taking while holding huge iguanas added to the day.
The tour was good, informative and relaxing.
We had authentic Mexican lunch at a family owned OK restaurant in a serene river side location.
The guide Angel was friendly and patient. Driver Antonio gave us very smooth ride.The tequila tasting was a fun activity.
Overall the day well spent to get know about PV.
It felt like we spent 75 of our time in the van. I didn't feel like we saw very much for a full-day tour. We were dropped off downtown so we could walk, on our own, to see the Our Lady Guadalupe Church, anything else we could see, and do a little shopping and we were given only 45 min. There was really nothing informative or outstanding to see downtown. We stopped off to briefly take a picture of the two rocks of Los Arcos, and then on to the Tequila Distillery which was by far the most educational and interesting thing we did. You learn the process and get to sample different tequillas. Overall, I wouldn't do the tour over it was inexpensive and maybe the Disterilly alone was worth the price but I would rather just visit the Tequila Distillery in it's own tour and not waste my time with the rest.
Had a great tour guide Tomas. We were on the cruise ship and the ship time is hour later than PV so we missed our pickup by 30 mins had to pay cab ride to downtown $15 to meet up with the tour. This tour didn't incl the Mismaloya beach and spent to much time @ prearranged shops would like to see more
Ok tour of the town but too much time spent in the opal shop to try to sell us jewellery this was not expected and too little time spent in the more cultural areas. Our guide was okay but not very engaged... just went through the motions although I realize he does this a million times it would be nice if he was into it... the photographer was more animated! The highlight of the tour was the tequila distillery part at the end and that was worth it. Great presentation and the samples were awesome! Lunch was just okay and not worth pre-paying as I feel I ended up being double charged even though I kept saying I had already pre-paid. All in all, this was just an okay tour and far too long for what it provided. We were gone for 6 hours on a tour that could have easily been 2 hours long with the tequila distillery and more cultural sites versus trying to always be selling us more stuff.