Hidden Gems in Puerto Vallarta


Are you looking to get the most out of your vacation? Are you passionate about nature? Here we leave you a list of hidden gems to visit in Puerto Vallarta that will leave you speechless.



Majahuitas is a tiny secret beach where the only thing to do is completely disconnect from everything and enjoy the natural beauty. In addition, this beach is also one of the most beautiful in the area. You can only access it by sea, so taking a tour is a good option. It is ideal for a kayak or snorkel trip, to enjoy the sun, the beach, and the music. You will be able to walk along the virgin beaches surrounded by palm trees and, if you are lucky, you will be able to see sea turtles, dolphins, manta rays, and humpback whales.



Located on the South Coast of Puerto Vallarta, a beach with fine white sand and crystal clear waters with shades of blue and green. It is distinguished by the giant stones that frame it and add an exotic and isolated touch. Madagascar’s beauty will surprise you. This beach is ideal for relaxing and enjoying Vallarta’s most impressive virgin natural landscapes. Is a beach that can only be accessed by sea (by water taxi) or through a short walk through the jungle that begins at the mouth of the Los Horcones River, it is recommended to bring water, snacks, and everything you need to enjoy to the fullest.


Hike the Yelapa Waterfalls

Visiting nearby towns is one of the best things to do in Puerto Vallarta to see more of the local culture. Yelapa has become a favorite destination for locals and visitors who want to escape the city. This small town has two waterfalls: one in the town and another one in the jungle; both options are easy to access trails. First, we recommend you start the day by hiking around the place; Afterward, you can hang out at a local beach club, try the town’s famous cake, and finally shop for souvenirs from this magnificent town.

Jardin Botánico

Botanical Garden

An oasis created by hands committed to caring for the natural environment of Puerto Vallarta and its biodiversity. The Vallarta Botanical Garden is approximately 24 hectares, home to more than 200 species of birds, collections of oaks, agaves, wild palms, bromeliads, and the mystery of the jungle. In addition, it has a nature reserve, a museum and a restaurant so your visit to this natural paradise will be as complete as possible.

Here we leave you the official page of Puerto Vallarta so you can check more activities and do not miss anything.

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You may also be interested in this article about the 3 best beaches in Puerto Vallarta.


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