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Las Caletas Day Tour from Puerto Vallarta

Highlights
  • Cruise to a private beach in Puerto Vallarta aboard a catamaran
  • Experience multiple highlights in one day—a great choice for first-time visitors
  • Opt for a balanced itinerary of activity and relaxation
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Las Caletas Day Tour from Puerto Vallarta
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Overview
Experience multiple Puerto Vallarta highlights in one day on this stress-free tour of Las Caletas, ideal for first-time visitors and nature lovers. Board a catamaran and enjoy easy transportation to a private beach. Opt to snorkel at a secluded cove or take a guided nature walk through the jungle, and enjoy the perfect mix of activity and relaxation. Plus, lunch and an open bar are included.
What to Expect
Your morning starts when you meet your crew at the marina in Puerto Vallarta or Nuevo Vallarta and board your catamaran. Enjoy a light breakfast on board as you cruise to Las Caletas, a private beach hideaway on the south shore of Banderas Bay.
On arrival at Las Caletas, choose from a variety of activities. Snorkel in a secluded cove, take a kayak or paddleboard out for a spin, and trek through the tropical jungle to see native wildlife. Visit a Maya archeological site that serves as center stage for the Rhythms of the Night tour, and then take a Paella cooking class (not included with the 11:30am tour).
Enjoy a buffet-style lunch, and then relax on the golden sand beach with an ice-cold beer or tropical cocktail from the open bar. When your time at Las Caletas is up, cruise back to Puerto Vallarta to end your tour.
Reviews (104)
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Reviewed 2 days ago
We had a great time!

My hubby and I took the Las Caletas excursion from a Princess cruise ship to Puerto Vallarta. Las Caletas was very private and we loved it. The visibility wasn't terrific for snorkeling, but there were so many fish! The food was great and the open...More

Thank Teri S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Must try!

This tour exceeded my expectations! I thought the price was kind of steep but it was well worth it considering the amount of activities and staff they have to help you throughout the day. The day starts off on the boat ride where the coordinator...More

Thank Monique C
Reviewed 6 days ago
Caletas Day Tour

We are so glad we did this tour. There is no other place in Puerto Vallarta where you could swim comfortably and safely in the ocean the way you can at Las Caletas. It was so comfortable and so much fun to relax at the...More

Thank Blanca B
Reviewed 6 days ago
FANTASTIC!

This was the best day we spent in Puerto Vallarta. The staff was excellent. We arrived at Vallarta Adventures and breakfast/coffee was waiting for us. Then the boat ride was beautiful! Once we got to Las Caletas everything was fantastic. We found a wonderful little...More

Thank Stephanie C
Reviewed 1 week ago
A great way to spend the day in Puerto Villarta

About a 45 minute boat ride from Puerto Villarta — we were picked up directly from our cruise ship. All food and drink provided and readily available, although our 4-year old grandson was not a huge fan of the lunch (he survived!). Recommend wearing your...More

Thank 390sh
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Melissa p
14 August 2018|
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Response from DianneE65 |
They gather everyone back on the boat by 3pm, and it's about a 40-60minute ride back to where you got picked up from.
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Marcie-Van-de
13 August 2018|
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Response from Kirbster119 | Reviewed this property |
Plus there are kayaks!
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Melissa p
2 August 2018|
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Response from pcremer | Reviewed this property |
We took it from the cruise ship and was about a 6-7 hour tour. When we arrived there was a group that had been there in the morning, and they ate lunch after we did and then boarded the boat to leave at least an hour or two... More
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