PRINCESS YELAPA BAY CRUISE
|Marigalante||Geronimo||Gypsy Spirit||Kon Tiki|
|Private Yelapa||Beach Break||Marietas Islands||Las Caletas|
|Discover Yelapa||Sarape||Princess Yelapa||Las Animas|
Ride on the Princess Yelapa across the deep blue waters of Banderas Bay on your way to the paradise of Yelapa. You'll pass close by downtown Puerto Vallarta and Los Arcos for great photo opportunities as your guide points out the sights along the way. See dolphins leaping off the bow of your boat, manta rays, or sea turtles coming up for air. The boat stops at Majahuitas for snorkeling before moving on to the remote beaches of Yelapa.
At Yelapa, you can enjoy snorkeling, kayaking, parasailing, banana boat rides, or relax on the beautiful beach. You can ride horseback to a waterfall, take a guided tour of downtown Yelapa and the waterfall, eat or drink at one of the excellent beach restaurants, or just enjoy the beauty of it all. On board the ship, there are fun and games for everyone. At the end of the tour, photos of you will be available for purchase.
Cruise Passengers: Yes! This tour is perfect for a cruise shore excursion!
Runs: Monday through Saturday at 9:30AM.
Duration: 7.5 hours
Includes: Open Bar on the boat, Light Breakfast of Juice, Fruit and Sweet Rolls, Lunch, Snorkeling Gear, Bilingual Guides, Music to dance to, Onboard Games.
Optional: Activities such as downtown yelapa tour ($4.00pp), banana boats, parasailing and horseback riding are available at extra cost. Lounge chairs and huts are free if consuming from the restaurant, otherwise bring some extra pesos.
Note: If you want to take a water taxi from the beach area to the town of Yelapa for our guided tour, you will need to bring approx. $4.00 per person for the water taxi fee. The tour of the town is free of charge.
Departs From: The Marina in Puerto Vallarta. Directions will be provided with your confirmation.
Free Discount Card with your reservation!
Bring extra money to enjoy the beach activities, purchase handmade goods in the village of Yelapa, enjoy additional drinks or goodies at any of the several palapa beach restaurants, and of course, the famous pie ladies on the beach at Yelapa.
The Waterfall at Yelapa only runs during rainy season, but it's nice to hike up through the village even during the dry season.