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Waterfalls

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Winnipeg, MB
13 posts
Waterfalls

Can anyone tell me where I can find a waterfall in PV.

I booked the Yalapa and Majahuita tour through Vallarta Adventure and was hoping I'd see one on the tour.

Sherwood Park...
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122 posts
2 reviews
1. Re: Waterfalls

You will, though you have to walk in if my memory serves me right. Of coarse, if you have seen any of the falls in Canada and the U.S. you will be disapointed. Nice outing though.

omaha, ne
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2,259 posts
6 reviews
2. Re: Waterfalls

I don't know about the one you are talking about.. but I went on a horseback tour .. don't know the actual tour name.. but the ranch was called Rancho Real. You ride through a state park on horseback, then you dismount and walk about 10 minutes to a waterfall. They give you some time to look around and swim for a bit, then you head back to the ranch for a fantastic dinner and drinks. (Best food we had all vacation).

Antonio is your guide.. and he is fantastic. He had me cracking up the whole time.. He liked me, and it wasn't just because I was one of the few that were laughing at his stupid jokes. ;)

San Francisco, CA
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204 posts
24 reviews
3. Re: Waterfalls

If you're taking a tour to Yelapa, a trip to the falls is going to be part of the itinerary I'm sure. It's about a 10-15 walk from the beach, passing thru the village and climbing a bit up into the mountains. Along the way, make sure to stop at the rosewood man's shop (his name escapes me). There's also an outdoor restaurant/bar at the falls itself.