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Isla Cuale

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Isla Cuale

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Luxury Yacht & Snorkel in Puerto Vallarta

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The Bay of Banderas and the coastline around Puerto Vallarta are home to some of the most spectacular waters in all of Mexico. On our Luxury Yacht and Snorkel experience, you get to enjoy these scenic seaside destinations in style. Hop aboard a luxury, French-made catamaran and set sail to some of the area’s most beautiful hotspots. Along the way, enjoy delicious drinks and hors d’oeuvres served by our bilingual and friendly crew, and relax on the deck while we take you on a sightseeing tour unlike any other. We’ll stop at some of the region’s best snorkeling spots, so you and your group can get out and take a dip, snorkel, or paddleboard. Be on the lookout for marine life such as dolphins, turtles, and tropical fish—you never know what you might see! From December through March, keep an eye out for the awe-inspiring sights of humpback whales in the Bay.
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BGBeverlyhills wrote a review Jan 2021
Beverly Hills, California45 contributions59 helpful votes
It’s a rocky river, not for swimming, just to enjoy its peaceful charm, and if you happen to stay in a hotel that overlooks this river you’ll feel calm, and relax.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Greg Reedman wrote a review Nov 2020
Chicago, Illinois5,291 contributions673 helpful votes
I would not say it's a must to visit the Isla but if you are in the area and most likely doing the Malecon Boardwalk it's a no brainer to visit the Isla as well as you can enter it right from the "souther" end of the Malecon - you can take the sides of the rivers Alternatively, go through the middle of the Isla - the entrance from the bridge looks as if it was just to enter the Oscar's Restaurant (kind of tricky of them to display their signs this way but in any event it's a great place to dine at, see my separate review as I would recommend it in the area) though you can simply pass the restaurant and continue - thought this way was the best experience as you are literally "on the island" only while taking the sides you would bump into the road/streets which I felt like was taking away from the experience. The vendors... yes the vendors just want to make a living but yes you will approached a lot :) (to be honest the entire PV area is like that, here is just you coming to the "den of the lion" versus being approached somewhere outside) - nevertheless some decent shopping, at least I got something I liked so I can't complain though my wife wanted to cut the walk pretty short for the vendors reason... just be respectful and understanding :)
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Date of experience: October 2020
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PookieICURN wrote a review Oct 2020
Phoenix, Arizona9 contributions3 helpful votes
We went down here for a walk and some shopping. Close to our hotel, Hacienda San Angel (see my review, awesome place). Very touristy you won't find anything original here. It is the same stuff you will find all over Mexico. You will have to stick to galleries or out of the way shops for that. Also keep in mind that the vendors are SUPER pushy and intrusive. Hard for foreigner to enjoy shopping and walking. They need to learn that for the most part, they will get much more business out of us if they leave us alone. Unfortunately, when every store sells the exact same stuff, they have to duke it out for our business. Worth doing once on your trip and good for low priced standard souvenir fare.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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BenjaminVacays wrote a review Sep 2020
Gilbert, Arizona22 contributions7 helpful votes
A cool place to walk through and check out all the little shops etc. You will notice though that once you see one shop you have pretty much seen them all. very repetitive merchandise for sale.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Dallas-Lee B wrote a review Apr 2020
Utqiagvik, Alaska18 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a small island that is easy to reach by walking. There is a large flea market and an assortment of restaurans that line the river. It is surprisingly quiet being in the middle of the city.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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