Sliding down a pair of waterslides is definitely one of the most exciting ways to experience the majesty of the jungle.
Considered the Waikiki of Mexico the surfing in the region is sure to reward you with great waves, warm waters and many memories.
Amber Jack, Roosterfish, Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, Bonitos, Striped Marlin—the waters in the Bay of Banderas and beyond are highly sought by anglers.
A wonderful way to explore the shoreline and coves close to Casa Tres Soles, sea kayaking is also great for boosting your cardio.
Camera or video recorder in hand you’ll watch in awe when you encounter humpback that migrate beginning mid-December and into late March.
On deck of a sleek and modern sailboat you’ll glide over the azure waters to secluded beaches via a captained vessel.
Traveling by Mercedes Benz jeeps you’ll discover long forgotten settlements in the Mexican Outback that are described by knowledgeable guides.
Whether just getting into the sport or an accomplished diver, you’ll be introduced to the best dive spots in the Bay of Banderas.
Zipping along on Mexico's longest and fastest zip lines gives you and your family a thrilling way to enjoy this protected tropical forest.
Settled in 1605, San Sebastian remains a wonderful example of Colonial Mexico. Traveling by air-conditioned van, you’ll be in awe at every moment.
The waters around these extraordinary rock formations are ideal for snorkeling, diving or staying on board enjoying a picnic lunch.
Imagine a face-to-snout encounter for you and your children or grandchildren where you can swim, play and feed these amazing mammals.
Manta rays, sea turtles, and tropical fish in uncountable numbers characterizes the marine ecosystem around the Marieta Islands, a snorkeler’s paradise.