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Slide into the fun

Sliding down a pair of waterslides is definitely one of the most exciting ways to experience the majesty of the jungle.

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Ride the blue waves

Considered the Waikiki of Mexico the surfing in the region is sure to reward you with great waves, warm waters and many memories.

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Catch a big fighter

Amber Jack, Roosterfish, Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, Bonitos, Striped Marlin—the waters in the Bay of Banderas and beyond are highly sought by anglers.

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Get your paddle on

A wonderful way to explore the shoreline and coves close to Casa Tres Soles, sea kayaking is also great for boosting your cardio.

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Photograph the magic

Camera or video recorder in hand you’ll watch in awe when you encounter humpback that migrate beginning mid-December and into late March.

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Glide over the sea

On deck of a sleek and modern sailboat you’ll glide over the azure waters to secluded beaches via a captained vessel.

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Enjoy an off road safari

Traveling by Mercedes Benz jeeps you’ll discover long forgotten settlements in the Mexican Outback that are described by knowledgeable guides.

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Discover life underwater

Whether just getting into the sport or an accomplished diver, you’ll be introduced to the best dive spots in the Bay of Banderas.

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Zip over the treetops

Zipping along on Mexico's longest and fastest zip lines gives you and your family a thrilling way to enjoy this protected tropical forest.

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Go back in time

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.

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Behold geologic marvels in the bay

The waters around these extraordinary rock formations are ideal for snorkeling, diving or staying on board enjoying a picnic lunch.

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Swim with the dolphins

Imagine a face-to-snout encounter for you and your children or grandchildren where you can swim, play and feed these amazing mammals.

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The snorkeling is amazing

Manta rays, sea turtles, and tropical fish in uncountable numbers characterizes the marine ecosystem around the Marieta Islands, a snorkeler’s paradise.

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Inquiries about being our guest are managed by Robin Smith: 970-274-2251 (USA), 322-105-8339 (MX) or info@casatressoles.com