What you'll do
Follow us on Instagram @ luna.tours We will meet downtown Puerto Vallarta, take a public bus then start hiking though the jungle until we reach Colomitos, the smallest beach in Mexico. After 1 hour of trekking and amazing veiws to the ocean from the jungle trought the pathway, ups and downs we will finally reach Colomitos, We will enjoy three hours of green crystal beach. On the way back we can take a water taxi (extra cost). This experience is accessible to everyone with good movement avility . We can make the hike easier or harder to accommodate what you'd like to experience. We'll make sure you have a fun time. Send me an inbox for more info!
We offer seasonal fruit and ceviche made by your hosts, tell us any special diet (allergies, vegan).
1.5 Liters of natural water which is provided at the beginning of the experience.
Googles for snorkeling
Alejandro & Moisés
We are two guys: Alejandro and Moisés, nature lovers, adventures and good talks, Accountant and Nurse respectively. We have made this trip from Puerto Vallarta to Colomitos many times for three years taking friends to show them how amazing it is. Together we will have a fun time, discovering the smallest beach in Mexico. We invite you to take a look to our others experiences https://www.airbnb.mx/experiences/445770 https://www.airbnb.mx/experiences/410362
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Where you'll be
We will visit Colomitos, during the journey we could see birds, iguanas and even whales that visit the bay in winter season
Keep these in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 12 guests ages 2 and up can attend.
We will cross the jungle of the bay, try to wear comfortable clothing that protects you from mosquitoes and herbs and hiking shoes. In summer it will be hot. We will carry a small kit, but if you need special medication, take it.
Discover Colomitos & hiking