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Punta Mita is a fishing village located on a small peninsula in the Bay of Banderas in the State of Nayurit, about 10 miles north of Puerto Vallarta. Punta Mita boasts one of the most pleasant climates in the world with an average of 345 days of sunshine! With 9.5 miles of beaches and coves in the Pacific Ocean and the Islas Marietas National Park only a 15 minute boat ride away there is an abundance of marine life, spectacular ocean views and aquatic adventures to choose from. Check out our tour listings below...



Fill your day with all kinds of exhilarating activities, from zip lines, to rappelling over a waterfall, water slides and the new Roller Coaster Zipline, giving you the ultimate thrill of flying. Speed across the bay on a comfortable inflatable boat and then 4x4 into the heart of the Sierra Madre. Mount a mule for a slow and steady trek up the mountainside to your first 1000-foot zip line — 200 feet high over the treetops.



Tour the world famous town of Tequila! Visit La Rojeña distillery, the oldest distillery in the Americas. Walk through the Reserva de la Familia cellar. The experience continues with a private tour inside José Cuervo 200-year-old distillery where you’ll learn about the tequila-making process, sample different varieties of the spirit and finally take home your own blend of custom-made tequila.



Travel in style aboard our first-class French-made cruising yacht for a relaxing day of snorkeling and fun in the sun and discover the vibrant marine life in the Southern part of the Banderas Bay. Enjoy a tropical cocktail and fresh lunch onboard.



Jump in our iconic Unimog all-terrain vehicles, to tour the off the beaten track to a breathtaking Mexican outback that few know exists. Take a nature walk through the sub-tropical forest and remote villages on a mission to reach the foothills of the Sierra Madre. Finally, enjoy the awe-inspiring views of a picturesque lagoon and savor the traditional flavors of local cuisine on delicious al fresco lunch.



Let the iconic Lover’s Beach seduce you with its remarkable secluded beauty and explore the rich marine life around Marietas Islands, from colorful fish and exotic birds to Humpback whales breaching the surface (in season). Swim through cave formations and rock archways, admire the extraordinary terrain and the hundreds of unique birds and fish that call these islands home.



Discover the allure of the bohemian villages of San Pancho and Sayulita. World famous as a surfer’s retreat, Sayulita is known for its cool and relaxed vibe. With inviting beaches, fantastic surfing, and eclectic crafts these towns are packed with culture. Walk along the narrow lanes and delight in the savory food, soft sand, and rich history. Tour two community-based enrichment programs for children.



A short 45-minute private flight will take you to the Guadalajara Art District: the artisan towns of Tlaquepaque & Tonalá. If you are someone who appreciates local handicrafts, this shopping tour will be an amazing way to spend your day and take a piece of Mexico back home. Tlaquepaque & Tonalá have become important upmarket boutique arts & crafts centers with trendy shops and restaurants lining colonial-style streets and alleyways, plazas and gardens.



Witness the awe inspiring enormity and grace of 40ft humpback whales up close in their natural environment. Our marine mammal experts knowledge and insight will give you a deeper understanding and appreciation for the wildlife that you'll encounter on this unforgettable whale watching experience. These beautiful creatures come to Vallarta during their winter migration for mating and calving from December to March.



Experience the beauty of Punta Mita and its surrounding coastline, relax the day away on the deck with lunch and an open bar, paddle board or snorkel, and even learn the basics of sailing from our friendly crew. Sailing is the ultimate way to witness wild dolphins, humpback whales, manta rays, and sea turtles in their natural habitat. Dolphins love to swim alongside a silently gliding sailboat.



Extreme Adventure offers as action packed fun-filled day! Ride upside down, right-side up, and fly up to 70 miles per hour on Mexico’s longest and fastest “Superman” zip lines. Hop into a Polaris RZR UTV, take a thrilling jump on the exhilarating Pendulum swing and shoot down an intense, high-drop waterslide. You won’t want to miss our NEW skydiving simulator. Feel the total weightlessness of a free fall as you safely float on a bed of air!



Punta Mita has some of the best surfing breaks in Mexico that are perfect for learning and others that challenge even the most experienced surfers. If you are looking to find the best waves and to get away from the crowds, there is no better way to do it than to take a guided surfing excursion. Our expert and local guides will find the breaks with the best conditions that day.



This exclusive tour gives you a blend of thrills and relaxation as you challenge your off-road driving skills and then cruise down to Sayulita - the world-famous beach town known for its local arts and hip, surfer vibe. Relax and stay a while in Sayulita as you sample the food, culture, and sandy beaches. Walk the funky-cool streets and shop at the unique stores of this Pueblo Magico.



Conquer the water, the air, and the earth with Adrenaline Rush! Blaze a trail up and down steep off-road hills and creeks on the powerful Polaris RZR UTVs! Jump into our incredibly fast jet boat, Thriller! Feel the speed of 450 HP, twin-turbo jet boat in this breathtaking spin in the Punta Mita surroundings. And, to close on a high note -literally! Soar high above the water and enjoy amazing views in our parasailing flight.



What better way to start your scuba dive journey than here in Punta Mita with our PADI 5 Star Dive Centre. From PADI Bubblemaker for the children that are not old enough for the beginner courses, Discover Scuba Dive to a full Open Water Certification. We can take you from zero to hero! With multiple dive sites we offer a range of two tank dives from the Marietas Islands, El Morro and Los Anegados.