Rediscovering the lonely hermit
Stunning views, secluded places, hidden enclosures, old buildings, local towns, vast flora and fauna, are some of the things you will experience when you spend a day with us walking on the trails that are in the furthest town from the bay known as “Corrales”.
Leave the city behind and join one of our guides on a journey through the south coast of Puerto Vallarta which will take us to a little-known area, intimate for the locals who visit it and which houses one of the oldest buildings of the area. Not known to many because it is practically hidden in the farthest part of the coast, but it is a guiding light for all those who go sailing into the immensity of the sea.
Your experience begins when you meet your official guide, who will serve as your companion and ambassador throughout this great journey. Together we will make our way along the impressive south coast of Vallarta, until we reach the fishing town known as Boca de Tomatlán. There we will get on a boat that will take us to the town of Corrales, a journey that will allow you to observe the different highlights of the area. We will arrive at our destination and from there we will start walking along the path that will lead us to the “Cabo Corrientes Lighthouse” built in 1902 by the president “Porfirio Díaz”. Its architecture and structure, together with its components all brought from Europe, make this building a lost treasure in the area. At the end of the tour we will have time to relax on the beach and enjoy dining in a wonderful local restaurant. To end this experience, we will take the same boat back to the town of Boca de Tomatlán to take our transportation back to Puerto Vallarta.
Note: The walks are done by season, please check availability, basic equipment required and physical condition.
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Hard walking; includes surfaces that are inclined and/or uneven