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Puerto Vallarta Outdoor Adventure Tour

Highlights
  • Day of adventures in Puerto Vallarta to explore coast, jungle, and mountains
  • See Boca de Tomatlan and Banderas Bay
  • Includes water, fruit, and cookies
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Puerto Vallarta Outdoor Adventure Tour
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Overview
Combine some of Puerto Vallarta’s most adventurous experiences for a full day of exploring: ride a speedboat to a hidden beach, go 4-wheeling, hop a mule into the forest, zipline from tree to tree, and rappel down a waterfall. Since this adventure tour takes you from the ocean to the jungle and the Sierra Madre Mountains, it’s a great way to experience Puerto Vallarta’s varied landscapes through high-energy fun.
What to Expect
Make your way to a central location in Puerto Vallarta, then start the day with a speedboat trip to Boca de Tomatlan, a secluded, jungle-fringed beach on the edge of Banderas Bay.
Trade the speedboat for a 4WD Unimog and then go off road as you climb to 2,000 feet (610 meters) above sea level, arriving at a base camp that’s deep in the Sierra Madre Mountains. From there, ride a mule higher and further into the subtropical forest, where you’ll find a network of ziplines 250 feet (76 meters) above the forest floor.
Soar through the canopy and take on a zipline that’s almost 1,000 feet (305 meters), among the longest and highest in Mexico. Next, continue through the jungle to rappel a waterfall, cross suspension bridges, and splash through a gushing river. After a snack at the base camp, this tour concludes with drop-off at the original departure point.
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Adventure Upon Adventure

Our experience begun by us oversleeping due to the time change (shame on us), but our guide Tommy (by far the best travel guide we have had in years) contacted us and came and picked us up since our hotel was on the way to...More

Thank Shauniis220
Reviewed 2 days ago
amazing until nearly the end

Top notch in every way, well nearly! Exellent, dedicated, friendly and supportive staff, especially going thru all the obstacles; zip lining, repelling and mule riding. They all seemed to love what they did, day in, day out, instructions were clear and the staff personally connected...More

Thank 650Bentley
Reviewed 5 days ago
Amazing experience!

We attended Nov. 6 as a group of 11 visiting for my 50th birthday. From the get go, the staff were attentive and entertaining. A few "fears" were quickly dealt with by the staff's encouragement. We also loved the expressions caught by the photographs. Would...More

Thank sammy1993
Reviewed 5 days ago
Super fun... not cheap

Really fun team of people. Ceasar was so fun. The ziplines were cool, the rappelling was terrifying and amazing! My teenaged girls loved it all, as did I. Main issue was with the photos. OMG! $129 US for the pictures! That's just robbery. Not a...More

Thank Steve A
Reviewed 6 days ago
An Adventure through the jungle

The staff was fun and made the day great! It was a fast paced adventure unlike I've ever experienced. At the end the pictures were fun to look at and the food was great! The bartender Joseph was one of the nicest people we met...More

Thank Dawn G
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Debbie D
October 22, 2018|
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Response from smwilliams518 | Reviewed this property |
There were 4 zip lines and two water slides.you also repel down a waterfall
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Chestersoneandonly
October 12, 2018|
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Response from Timothy W | Reviewed this property |
We did not see any wild animals while in the rainforest but on our boat trip back to Puerta Vallarta we stopped to see amazing colorful fish in the bay and the Boobie birds on the rock. The boobie birds can only be seen on... More
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tjocean
October 7, 2018|
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Response from Jeff P | Reviewed this property |
You would not be able to tag along through the entire zip line course, because the only access to portions of it are via zip line. Call them, though. I'm sure they would be as accommodating as they can, so you could ride... More
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