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Tehuamixtle

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Luxury Yacht & Snorkel in Puerto Vallarta
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Luxury Yacht & Snorkel in Puerto Vallarta

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The Bay of Banderas and the coastline around Puerto Vallarta are home to some of the most spectacular waters in all of Mexico. On our Luxury Yacht and Snorkel experience, you get to enjoy these scenic seaside destinations in style. Hop aboard a luxury, French-made catamaran and set sail to some of the area’s most beautiful hotspots. Along the way, enjoy delicious drinks and hors d’oeuvres served by our bilingual and friendly crew, and relax on the deck while we take you on a sightseeing tour unlike any other. We’ll stop at some of the region’s best snorkeling spots, so you and your group can get out and take a dip, snorkel, or paddleboard. Be on the lookout for marine life such as dolphins, turtles, and tropical fish—you never know what you might see! From December through March, keep an eye out for the awe-inspiring sights of humpback whales in the Bay.
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Dennis R wrote a review Feb 2020
Garden Valley, Idaho4 contributions2 helpful votes
A great out of the way place. It takes a little to get there but you are definitely out of the tourist area . FRESH oysters..in fact you can watch your lunch being pulled out of the bag.. and really fresh shrimp
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Date of experience: February 2020
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ron m wrote a review Dec 2017
11 contributions2 helpful votes
Stayed for a few days.Well worth the trip from Puerto Vallarta. Beautiful beach,small village,great food
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Mady S wrote a review Apr 2017
Phoenix, Arizona68 contributions36 helpful votes
There's a really good restaurant here, you can't miss it, it's a HUGE palapa (palmed roof). They have these stunning, massive wood tables that I've never seen anywhere. The fish ceviche tostadas are really good. The beach is small but the waves were too rough to get in. Beautiful views.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Ed A wrote a review Feb 2017
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While staying at Cabanas El Cielito on a remote stretch of beach on the Pacific south of Puerto Vallarta, we visited the little town of Tehualmixtle, a couple miles away down a bumpy dirt road. This little fishing village is located in a sheltered bay, and is famous for its seafood, and in particular, its oysters. We were turned on to the place by folks staying at the cabanas, and they said the restaurant to go was "Candy's." While there was no sign on this giant palapa-topped restaurant to the right of the harbor, it was obvious the happening place. Huge space, thick tables made from slabs sawed from tree trunks, sandy floors. Candy's offered a variety of different seafood platters, but we had come for the oysters. Available multiple ways, we decided to have ours breaded and pan fried! An employee of the restaurant shucked the oyster per order harbor side, and then ran them into the kitchen. They don't get any fresher! Because there were already a dozen tables of customers dining when we got there, it took about 2 hours for us to get dinner, but hey, your in Mexico! Like you got places to go and things to do? We enjoyed a couple of cold beers while we waited, and watched the kids playing on the beach, and the fishing boats come and go. When our platters arrived, it made everything worth the wait. There were about 15 to 18 oyster per plate, cooked to perfection, accompanied by Mexican rice, salad, and fresh warm rolls. I think they cost us about $12 a plate. Certainly some of the best oysters we ever had. An dinner we'll always remember. This is old-time Mexico. It's disappearing fast. Nice to still be able to experience it!
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Sldenning wrote a review Mar 2016
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico175 contributions75 helpful votes
If you are looking for secluded beaches, fresh fish restaurants, then head south of Puerto Vallarta for a fun adventure.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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