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#1 hls140

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    Posted 30 July 2007 - 12:18 PM

    Hi girls,

    I'm working on the newsletter that we'll place in our guest's welcome bags and I want to give them some info on fun activities to do and sites to see in the Puerto Vallarta area. What did/are you all recommend(ing) to your guests?

    Thanks very much for any suggestions,
    Heather

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      Posted 30 July 2007 - 12:22 PM

      Anything these guys do is good: Puerto Vallarta Eco-Tours, Expeditions, and Adventure Tours

      Of course I'd recommend a day or night visit to Las Caletas :o)

      #3 bbdq_21

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        Posted 04 August 2007 - 05:46 PM

        the Outdoor Adventure Tour is a great all-round tour for anyone who wants to have a fun day out. It has a bit of everything, speed boats, trucks, mules (!!?), canopy, rappelling, nature hiking... and the best thing about the tour is you are done and back at your resort by no later than 3pm so you can enjoy the sun for a few hours. I think it costs around $85 per person. It includes unlimited water and a snack at the end.
        Another great tour is the sunset cruise. The cool thing about this cruise is that the sail boats only have room for about 14 people, so it can be a really intimate experience. We have done the tour just by the 2 of us and it was a great way to meet other couples and we have also done it as a group of 14... which was a blast!! It costs about $70 per person, but that includes free bar and food.

        #4 bbdq_21

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          Posted 04 August 2007 - 05:47 PM

          By the way, these tours are booked through Vallarta Adventures

          #5 hls140

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            Posted 05 August 2007 - 11:14 AM

            Ooh, thanks!

            I'll present these as options too!!!

            #6 TA Lindsay

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              Posted 05 August 2007 - 01:00 PM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by bbdq_21
              Another great tour is the sunset cruise. The cool thing about this cruise is that the sail boats only have room for about 14 people, so it can be a really intimate experience. We have done the tour just by the 2 of us and it was a great way to meet other couples and we have also done it as a group of 14... which was a blast!! It costs about $70 per person, but that includes free bar and food.
              I second the sailing cruise around the bay! We did this on our honeymoon week, and we are SO glad we did!!!!! It was so much fun and such a beautiful day. We saw dolphins and lots of whales. We were on a boat with 6 other people, so it was just the 8 of us, plus the 2-man crew! We got to sail the boat as well! It was just awesome! You are served a fruit bowl first thing, then some chips & salsa, and then you have lunch, and it is open bar. It was great!

              Lindsay

              #7 horegan

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                Posted 18 November 2010 - 09:28 AM

                Sounds great!! Thanks for the ideas!



                #8 helenluv2

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                  Posted 24 November 2010 - 09:27 AM

                  The cruise around the bay is great! Also just walking right by the beach in down town there are a lot of restaurants, bars, shops that are all fun to look at or go in!



                  #9 helenluv2

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                    Posted 24 November 2010 - 11:02 AM

                    Also right by the beach in down town there's the malecon with lots of restaurants and bars and shops, it's really fun!






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