Exploring south of the bay
-Not only can you see the arches from the city, but it is also one of the easiest places to visit in Puerto Vallarta. Los Arcos National Park is located about 20 minutes south of the city between Mismaloya and Las Gemelas Beach.
Most tourists choose to start their trip to Los Arcos National Marine Park Puerto Vallarta in Mismaloya, a small fishing village with several beach restaurants and local tour vendors. Unless you have your own car, there are a few different ways to get here.
Since 1984, Los Arcos has been a nationally protected marine zone, and without fishing going on or speed boats passing by, it’s a safe place for a variety of water sports. After your adventures at sea, you can return to the Mismaloya Beach Los Arcos shores for a meal of freshly caught fish and cold drinks.
-Playa Colomitos is one of the most secluded and beautiful beaches in the state of Jalisco, Mexico, and is a must-visit for anybody visiting the village of Boca de Tomatlan or the Puerto Vallarta area.
-Quimixto is a very popular beach among locals actually one of the most popular beaches of Banderas Bay,Situated within the municipality of Cabo Corrientes, in the State of Jalisco on the southern part of Banderas Bay. It’s a tiny fishing village with about 423 inhabitants only.
-Yelapa Beach, East side facing Lagunita Yelapa Hotel, Cabo Corrientes, Jalisco, Mexico
It’s now no longer a secret that many of the nicest beaches and most interesting small towns are found south of Puerto Vallarta. Banderas Bay’s South Zone offers small beautiful beaches and island-like locations you can only access by boat. One of these hidden locations is picturesque Yelapa, a small town with beaches, waterfalls, beautiful homes, and villas on the edge of the warm Mexican Pacific Ocean
This tour includes
-Transportation to Boca de Tomatlan
Tour Hours: 10:00 am to 15:00pm
Pick up/drop off: Lazaro Cardenas Park
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