• Marietas Islands, Hidden Beach, Puerto Vallarta

    Best Place to Visit in Riviera Nayarit

Marietas Islands, Hidden Beach or Playa de Amor, Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit

Marietas Islands and Hidden Beach or Playa del Amor, 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 protects coral reef, multi colored tropical fishes. You are visiting a National Park and there are strict regulations that must be followed in order to protect the special wildlife and attractiveness of our park, so we can preserve it for future generations.

AVAILABLE DAYS: (Days subject to availability) Conatct us prior booking.

from Puerto Vallarta: 7:45 am to 3:30 pm, OPEQUIMAR PIER in Marina Vallarta.

from Nuevo Vallarta: 8:45 am to 3:30 pm, Muelle Público de Paradise Village.

100 usd per person

ALL RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE ONLINE AND IN ADVANCE

Our trip includes snorkeling in different areas of the Marietas Islands and focuses on enjoying the beauty of the island. You´ll discover great beaches and beautiful scenery amongst blue-footed boobies and other wildlife. Marietas islands are also known as “the Mexican Galápagos”.

The hidden beach access is guaranteed (CALL US PRIOR BOOKING to check availability). Our guests need to have swimming skills as we need to go through a short tunnel and swim from the sailboat a distance of 80 meters.

Entrance to the hidden beach is guaranteed MAKE SURE TO GIVE US A CALL PRIOR BOOKING AND WE WILL TELL YOU EXACTLY WHICH DAYS WE HAVE ACCESS TO THE HIDDEN BEACH.

Includes: Maritime Transportation to the Marietas Islands and hidden beach | Expedition leader English-Speaking | Snorkeling Equipment (mask, snorkel, fins, lifevest) | Breakfast, Lunch and Open Bar | Small & Personalized Groups of Max. 20 guests.

Exclusions: 100 pesos Government tax for the Hidden beach access brazelate per guest, 40 pesos Pier Fee per guest.

What to Bring: Swimming suit, camera, sunscreen, hat, sandals, shorts and a light jacket. If you’re concerned about seasickness please consult your physician or pharmacist about preventatives that might be good for you.

Regulations for visiting the Hidden Beach: Closed on Monday and Tuesdays | Age limit 10 to 60 years | Allowance 10 minutes visit on the beach | lifejackets are mandatory.

Restrictions: All participants must know how to swim. For safety reasons, not recommended for expecting mothers, high blood pressure, people with back, heart, neck or knees problems.