Marietas Islands National Park
Boat Ride: 1 hour
The volcanic islands are a magical home of several endangered species of birds like the Blue Footed Boobies, which are only found in the Galapagos Islands and the Islands of the Sea of Cortez. Great diving through caves and tunnels and visiting the famous Hidden Beach which is accessible by a surface swim through an archway. The boat ride out offers the opportunity of viewing dolphins, giant mantas, turtles, and humpback whales (seasonal).
Marietas Islands, one of the most important wildlife sanctuaries in Mexico’s Pacific coast formed long ago by volcanic activity, the archipelago are two formations of uninhabited islands: Long Island and Round Island, dominated by large caves and cliffs, that protect the coral reef and multi-colored tropical fish.
Since its reopening, the Mexican National Park System (CONANP) has set a strong control and restrictions in order to assure the conservation of the Park. Since August 31, 2016, no tour operator can guarantee the entrance to the Hidden Beach ahead of time.
Approximate duration: 9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Night Dive Experience
The night dives are done in Los Arcos National Park. It is a reef where there are a large abundance of lobster, octopus and others marine life seen only at night time.
Majahuitas Beach Paradise
Located on the south side of the bay and only reachable by boat, one of the most beautiful beaches in Vallarta, Majahuitas offers beautiful, clear water for snorkel enthusiasts.
Los Arcos de Mismaloya Underwater National Park
Granite formations rising from depths that vary from 25 ft to 90 ft, throught millions of years carved by the ocean, forming arches and caves.