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Las Caletas tour

Las Caletas is an exclusive tropical beach located on Banderas Bay where you can enjoy an extraordinary day of sun, fun and adventure. Considered the most beautiful place in the world by its most famous resident, the film director John Huston, Las Caletas is a magnificent place to visit. Las Caletas is so isolated and unspoiled, it is only accessible by sea, so climb aboard the first class catamaran and sit back and marvel at the most fantastic scenery the Mexican Pacific has to offer. Once settled on shore, you can let your hair down and totally relax. Whether you want to bask in the tropical sunshine on the beach, climb into a hammock and chill out in the shade, or indulge in a therapeutic massage or facial at the hilltop Spa Centre, it’s up to you. Take it easy and re-invigorate your mind, body and soul in one of the most beautiful settings on earth. Throughout the day the expert guides will be on hand to offer snorkelling, scuba diving and kayaking tours giving you the chance to discover and explore the calm, clear waters and hidden charms of this isolated cove. If you wish to go scuba diving at Las Caletas, you can book it here. Away from the water there's an abundance of other activities such as learn to cook Paella, discover Las Caletas' prolific flora and bird life on a walk through the jungle, orchid gardens and interactive parrot park, or explore the natural amphitheatre and the Mayan Pyramid that serves as a stage for the contemporary dance performance of the Rhythms of the Night tour. Las Caletas is an exclusive tropical beach located on Banderas Bay where you can enjoy an extraordinary day of sun, fun and adventure. Considered the most beautiful place in the world by its most famous resident, the film director John Huston, Las Caletas is a magnificent place to visit. Las Caletas is so isolated and unspoiled, it is only accessible by sea, so climb aboard the first Meeting/pick-up point: Nuevo Vallarta, Las Palmas 39, Downtown and Puerto Vallarta Maritime Terminal, Boulevard Francisco Medina Ascencio km 4.5.

Duration: 7 hours.

Start/opening time: 8am.

End/closing time: 3pm.

Opening days/period: Monday to Saturday.

Languages: English and Spanish.

Others: Customers departing from the Maritime Terminal must pay a port tax.