We took the Yelapa & Majahuitas Tour through Vallarta Adventures primarily for the snorkeling and hiking to the Waterfall. Nestled in the southernmost part of Banderas Bay is the secluded village of Yelapa which is only accessible via boat. Of our four tours with Vallarta Adventures, this ended up being our least favorite. You begin with a boat ride out... 更多
This was the second stop of our cruise and it was beautiful and peaceful, the walk to the beach was a little interesting, as we hiked through the local town and across a river. Although the beach is quite mostly pebbles not sand which make it a little difficult to enjoy a stroll, the sights were nice. The locals do... 更多
Time just stopped at this beach and you fall in love with how beautiful this beach is. Corona beer never tasted so good when you have the sun and you are at relaxing at this beach.
We were on Vallarta Adventures sailing trip and we stopped at the beach for snorkeling and paddle boarding. It was a very clean beach but sand was very coarse. There is a resort with cabins around the beach area which looked nice.
Place to swim if you come to Puerto Vallarta, its private and only accessible by water, so grab a boat to rent on marina, or book a fishing trip. We took the pirate ship to get there and we had good times, we loved it, clear water, fish all below, banana boat ride, kayak ride, and snorkeling, we had fun.
Many, many on the beach resturants. Food was fresh seafood and inexpensive. beer was ice cold. watching the kids play in the water and young men fishing with hand lines was fun. there is a nice walk to the south to the point where lots of aquatic life can be seen.
Went to this beach during a snorkeling and Kayaking adventure. the beach is very peaceful and so beautiful. the mountains behind the beach make you feel like your next to a rain forest. Loved it out here