Up to 7 Guests Private Boat Tour to Yelapa with Snorkeling
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Covers up to 7 guests, Lowest price guarantee
5 hours (Approx.)
Our beautiful Bay of Banderas and Puerto Vallarta has endless outdoor activities to do, and renting a boat and go out sailing is definitely one of the best options!
On this tour we will be visiting Los Arcos or Majahuitas to practice snorkeling, a “must do” activity when visiting PVR, and right after we will be heading to one of the most paradisiacal and exclusive beaches of the area, reachable only by water, and named Yelapa, where you can rest on the white sand and disconnect from everyday stress by being in direct contact with nature.
You can also have lunch or to hike with our local guide though the town to a beautiful waterfall (both of these two activities are optional).
▼ What’s Included
Use of Snorkelling equipment
Cooler with ice
Life Vest for all Passengers
Captain and Bilingual Guide
Hiking to the Waterfall in Yelapa
Boat in Perfect Condition 23 Feet Long
Lunch at Yelapa Beach (optional)
Drinks (you can bring all drinks you want)
Gratuities for the Guide
Departing from Puerto Vallarta (the price covers up to 7 guests): $ 300.00 USD
Departing from Nuevo Vallarta (the price covers up to 7 guests): $ 375.00 USD
▼ Additional Info
When booking please note that one ticket covers up to 7 guests.
What to bring: drinks, snacks, towels, bug spray, sunscreen, swimsuits, cash for food and drinks at Yelapa.
▼ Cancellation Policy
Reservations are non-refundable if canceled within 24 hours prior to the start of a tour. Canceling a reservation at least 24 hours in advance of the tour start time is 100% refundable.
Reschedule Policies: Tours cannot be rescheduled within 24 hours of tour start time. Reschedules outside of 24 hours of the tour start time are free of charge (always having in mind availability).
Late arrivals will be considered as “No-Show”, and no refunds will be issued.
Adverse Weather Conditions: Your safety is our number one priority. All pvr tours reserves the right to change itinerary based on adverse weather conditions prior or during the scheduled tour. The tour may be re-scheduled based on availability at no additional charge.
▼ Frequently Asked Questions
How difficult is the hike to the Yelapa waterfall?
The walk to the waterfall is from 20 to 30 minutes, depending on the pace of the guests. It is considered easy for most travelers. Good physical condition is always an advantage.
Can I bring my own snorkel gear?
Of course, you can bring your own, however, the tour provides snorkeling equipment, properly sanitized between each use.
What would be a good tip for our guide?
In Mexico it is customary to tip an equivalent of 15% to 20% of the total price of the tour.