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This is a great spot to take pictures. It is especially cool at night. The way they light it is amazing and worth a walk down the Malecon to see it. Plus there are great beach front bars right there to sit at and appreciate...More
Hands down, Los Muertos Pier and Beach is Puerto Vallarta’s most lively and popular spot. Located in el Centro, this long sandy beach is a bit funky and eccentric with lots of cool restaurants and bars, performers, and strolling vendors selling their wares. Most evenings,...More
It’s a beautiful pier very busy. Nice people to help you you can go many places in a water taxi it is also at the beach where you can swim eat drink watch a sunset fireworks and walk the malecon which is a boardwalk that...More
This is definitely a better pier. The old one was just for the fishing boats. But this one is real nice. Gives a nice back view of the beach. The lighting is nice. The design is nice. A lot of couples go here. You can...More
If you are not sure how to get there follow the Malecon to themed going toward the El Centro . Some kids were jumping off for tips and lots of families swimming and having fun . The activity around it was great
I have walked out on the pier numerous times. Some nights it is peaceful and tranquil and other times theres been too many people and too many children running around. Pick and choose when you stop to see the colorful lights and pangas docking near...More
JC & I strolled out this short spiral pier & watched the locals swimming & diving off it's base as boats as jet skis whizzed precariously close by. The brown pelicans fish off this pier & it's a good view point to watch them soar...More
It depends on the time of year, how busy they are, how desperate you are and how many people you have in a group. If they're slow and you have a large group, you might see it as low as 80P / person. Just you on a weekend in... More
It depends on the time of year, how busy they are, how desperate you are and how many people you have in a group. If they're slow and you have a large group, you might see it as low as 80P / person. Just you on a weekend in the busy season......could be upwards of 250P.
As the other person mentioned above, always negotiate. And if you're well dressed, expect a higher price. These folks are understandably trying to make as much money as they possibly can. Also, tipping goes farther than it seems on the surface. Recently my girlfriend lost her phone in a taxi. I'm pretty sure the real reason it was returned was because we tipped well....
In Oct. last year it was U$20 to Yelapa, this 2x the distance. The small boat takes about 12 people. It is cramped and can be very bumpy. So if you have a weak stomach - not advisable. Please see our movies on Puerto (and... More
In Oct. last year it was U$20 to Yelapa, this 2x the distance. The small boat takes about 12 people. It is cramped and can be very bumpy. So if you have a weak stomach - not advisable. Please see our movies on Puerto (and others too) on youtube at studioabmusica. Thanks. Good luck!