Marietas Islands Snorkeling Beach & Sailing
The best snorkeling tour in Puerto Vallarta
Pegaso Chartering offers the best snorkeling tour in Puerto Vallarta. A very exciting yet relaxing trip to the Marietas Islands for you to be able to discover nature at its very best. Great combination of snorkeling, sailing and visit to a Natural Reserve.
An absolute must while on Puerto Vallarta whether you're here for the first or been here for a gazillion times, or if you made it here by driving, flying or cruising, come on and get to enjoy what we are proud to rate: "the best day of your vacation".
Definitely one of the best and more popular tours in Puerto Vallarta, which comes as a full 7 hr. trip that includes snorkeling, and during the winter months you can also enjoy and marvel with the visit of one of the greatest creatures on Earth: the humpback whales.
Head out in the morning enjoying the beauty and serenity of the waters of the Banderas Bay, until you enter the Marietas Islands National Park where our experienced guides will take you to snorkeling, watching for rare species of birds or just sit back with your favorite drink and take in the stunning beauty of the area. Relax on one of the secluded beaches and then catch the afternoon warm breeze as we all sail back to port. For those who enjoy snorkeling, you will find an amazing quantity of tropical fish as well as an excellent chance to see other marine creatures such as octopus, spotted rays and even seahorses and turtles! For those who enjoy bird watching there are over 100 species of birds like the Blue Footed Booby bird (pic). For those who are more into just enjoy sightseeing, there are stunning cliffs, beautiful isolated coves, caves and rock formations that indeed make the Maretas Islands a photographers dream!
"Love Beach" is again open to the public!
Restricted to Wednesday through Sunday
We are pleased to inform that access to the so-called "Hidden Beach" or "Love Beach" has been reopened, however restricted to only Wednesdays through Sundays. Our sailboat is anchored just outside the access to the beach and then we approach the beach in a smaller boat called "panga", and snorkeling for about 70 yards is required in order to go inside. Sometimes if the tide is too high we won't be able to make it but that's very rare.
As per government regulations, groups up to only 15 passengers will be allowed to attempt access to the beach, which gives us the edge over other companies that used to bring about 150 to 200 at once, which was what led to the closing in the first place, so we are going to make sure the area remains protected and preserved by keeping our boats to the minimum capacity allowed by the Mexican Government. One more reason to book ahead of time before it gets sold out. Book now!
Last updated: Nov 4th., 2016 12:58:18
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