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Sample some of Puerto Vallarta's best gourmet delights on a 4-hour culinary walking tour. You'll discover some of the coastal town's top spots and hidden secrets, snack on seafood-topped tostadas and decadent churros at food carts and off-the-beaten path eateries, and experience first-hand the resort's vast culinary heritage along the way. Stroll through a lively outdoor food market, watch how tortillas are made and even spend some time perusing local artworks on the esplanade as you take a break from eating. 


  • 3.5-hour guided walking tour of Puerto Vallarta's best eats
  • Discover the tastiest tacos in town, sampling food at family-owned restaurants, food carts and other local eateries
  • Go off-the-beaten-path to find unforgettable Mexican fare
  • Stroll along the waterfront malecón and do a seaside art walk
  • Visit the church of Our Lady of Guadalupe and see how tortillas are made at a tortilla factory
  • Learn about the history and culture of food in Puerto Vallarta
  • Small-group tour limited to eight food lovers

What You Can Expect

Food Tour in Puerto Vallarta: Off-the-Beaten Path Experience

Taste delicious dishes at local restaurants

Customer Reviews

Kareena C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

Marco was a fantastic guide and showed us the authentic side of the Mexican food scene in Puerto Vallarta. We got to hear about the local history and culture as well as interact with the local vendors that make the food that so many locals turn to for daily grub. The tour was well done and offered a lot of variety. Highly recommend for the adventurous foodies out there!

John N

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better December 2015

Our guide, Marco Antonio was great. Personable and knowledgeable, he did all that he could to see that we had a nice tour. We learned a lot of PVR history and saw many sites that we had never seen before in our previous ten trips to the city. However, there wasn't much food involved in the food tour. One small carnitas taco, one small barbacoa taco delicious!, one fresh tortilla at the tortilla factory, a piece of candy and a stop for dessert in three and a half hours. Oh, yes, and a beer at an opal store where we felt encouraged to buy jewelry. The tour information advised patrons to eat very lightly beforehand as the tour would fully satiate everyone's hunger. Not quite true in...we ended up going to a restaurant immediately after the tour because we were hungry. I think the tour designer needs to more closely examine food tours in other cities and other countries to ensure this tour's future viability. A good start, but not close to a finished product yet, and definitely not worth the cost compared to the many other food tours we have taken.

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