Puerto Vallarta: Rhythms of the Night Cruise & Dinner Show
- Duration: 5 hours
Spend your evening in Puerto Vallarta with a scenic sunset cruise and an exciting acrobatic dinner show. Float through the Bay of Banderas and witness Puerto Vallarta's most acclaimed dinner show, Rhythms of the Night, written and directed by Gilles Ste-Croix, the co-creator of Cirque du Soleil. Your evening begins with a scenic cruise through the Bay of Banderas at sunset. Be welcomed by dancers, drummers, and jungle creatures who guide you onto the beach for a sumptuous dinner. Enjoy the feast as the palm trees sway overhead, with sounds of the ocean against the nearby shore.
Watch the Rhythms of the Night, a performance inspired by the Aztec legend of prior civilizations and the human race’s evolution and decline. The show interprets this creation myth through pulsating rhythms, vibrant dances, intricate costumes, but perhaps above all, spectacular acrobatic skill. <...
The ride back was too loud and crazy. We would have enjoyed a more peaceful return after 5 hours
This tour combines the best of el Tuito in one outing: visit the Botanical Gardens, a local bakery, a tequila distillery, and a coffee factory, and take a stroll around the beautiful downtown area of el Tuito—a name that means “place of beauty”. After driving through the scenic mountains, your first stop will be the Botanical Gardens where you’ll wander along numerous walking trails that will take you through both preserved wilderness forests and display gardens. The Gardens’ particular mission is the conservation and propagation of orchids, which can be found all over the grounds. You’ll also see oaks, bromeliads, agaves, wild palms, and more. Your guide will be sure to make this an educational and entertaining visit. Second, you’ll visit an artisan bakery, located on the road to the village. Taste delicious breads made in the traditional fashion, in firewood-heated clay ovens. Fr...
A great day spent with our guide Jorge, who lives in the area of the tour. He knows everything about the pueblos just south of PV and is doing his part to help the wild macaws in the area. Would have liked to have spent more that 15 minutes in the main part of El Tuito - needed at least, but we had to keep to a schedule to fit in all the stops.
Visit Aquaventuras Park and enjoy a fun-filled day of aquatic adventures with your family and friends. Discover ten high-speed water slides to get your adrenaline flowing, including "Rompedientes", "Tiburón" and the "Happy Widow". To take a break from the thrills and spills and float down the "Lazy River" for a more relaxing time. Bring the children so they can discover the fabulous kid's area. Little ones can enjoy the low-speed mini-water slides and experience fantastic adventures in the paddling pool and little pirate ship. Additionally, learn more about the conservation initiatives with educational presentations on dolphins and sea lions who live in the park.
Las Caletas Beach Hideaway is a private, protected beach located on the Southern shore of Banderas Bay. This shore dive will put you eye-to-eye with garden eels, jawfish, rays, large schools of colorful tropical fish, and a resident sea turtle. Explore one of the finest dive sites on the Pacific Coast of Mexico famed for abundant marine life, and it's vibrant natural reef. Join a dive if you’re an experienced diver, or even learn to scuba dive in Las Caletas with PADI certified instructors. This beachside underwater paradise is a truly wonderful place to breathe underwater for the very first time. Certified divers who’ve completed their PADI training, and have scuba diving experience will enjoy two dives with guides. Enjoy more time to observe the marine life, explore the shipwrecks, and check out the interesting drop-offs that are part of this site.
Enjoy an official guided tour to the world-famous Vallarta Botanical Gardens destination and the pristine nature reserve! This exclusive experience immerses guests in both the natural beauty of Mexican plants and the richness of authentic Mexican cuisine. Your experience begins upon meeting up with your official Vallarta Botanical Garden guide who will serve as your companion and ambassador of Mexico’s tremendous native flora and fauna. Together you will wind your way along Vallarta’s stunning south shore and up the Horcones Canyon to the world-famous Vallarta Botanical Garden. From there the adventure begins in earnest as you venture through garden trails, conservatories, and exhibits to explore and learn together. You’ll then dine in the magnificent Hacienda del Oro Restaurant with generous portions of authentic Mexican cuisine spotlighting some of the plants you just experienced in c...
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The boat ride there, sets it up. You get to this culturally immersive area an hour from port and are greeted by the hosts. Then you prepare for the best show ever. Dancing, acrobatics, and storytelling. Then you are directed to authentic food for dinner and drinks in a super nice setting. Finally a boat ride back to port with entertainment. If you come here to this area in Mexico, you have to make sure you see it, as you wont regret it.
Show was excellent. Boat ride was fun. Not worth purchasing the unlimited alcohol. Drinks are free on boat ride over. Not a lot of time to get drinks during the show so that’s a waste of money. Plan on 6-7 hours total
Excellent show. Loved the location of the show. Enjoyed to boat trip there and back. The staff on the boat was great! Enjoyed their performance as well on the way back to the port
Absolutely the best experience I had while in puerto vallarta!! The show, the dinner and of course the amazing boat ride over!!!
Great show and great boat ride with excellent crew and entertainment