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PV Activities while staying at Grand Fiesta Americana

Old Apr 23rd, 2021, 10:38 AM
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PV Activities while staying at Grand Fiesta Americana

Looking for some recommendations for water related activities (fishing, snorkeling exploring) while staying at the Grand Fiesta Americana in Puerta Vallarta. Any and I all info. welcomed. Thanks in advance.
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Old Apr 26th, 2021, 07:43 PM
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I invite you over to the Puerto Vallarta forum on Trip Advisor. There is an active, and large group of posters and PV lovers there. I'd help you out myself, as I love Vallarta and usually go once or twice a year, but have not been since Covid struck and more importantly to this question am not much of a water person (seasick ) suze
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Old Apr 27th, 2021, 08:57 AM
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We have never done any water activities in PV, but enjoyed Rhythms of the Night at Las Caletas and zip lining with Los Veranos. Las Caletas can also be done as a day trip.
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We used this outfit for their birdwatching (Desembocada and Ameca) but they have a variety of excursions. We were happy with their service and guides. I think you have to make your own way to their offices, which are in the Marina Vallarta.

https://www.ecotoursvallarta.com/

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Last trip I took via water was a sailboat tour to Yelapa with Pegaso Charters. I'd been to Yelapa years before and just wanted a revisit. it was a nice small boat tour with myself,, two couples from a Carnival Cruise and the skipper and mate.We had snacks en route, a snorkel stop, lunch on the beach (choice of 3 entrees) and the return (wind and time permitting they will raise the sails).

For a non-water related tour, I enjoyed the trip to San Blas with a stop at a crocodile farm and lunch at a restaurant on a beach.
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