Guided visit to El Tuito town in Puerto VallartaSKU: 65630
Description of Guided visit to El Tuito town in Puerto VallartaWe take you to discover the corners of the southern region of Puerto Vallarta on a guided visit to the town of El Tuito where you can learn about its history and enjoy the fresh air of the Montana. Located 46 km south of Puerto Vallarta , this picturesque little town has a lot to show you.
El Tuito is a Nahuatl name that means "beautiful little valley", and it really is. Our adventure begins touring the mountains of the Sierra Madre in one of our 4x4 trucks until we reach El Tuito. During our tour, you will be able to visit beautiful gardens, a traditional bakery to try artisan breads baked in a wood oven; and a organic farm to enjoy a delicious lunch outdoors and on the banks of the river. Lunch includes a delicious barbecue and drinks.
We will also visit the central square, its church , a tortillería and a house known for producing the famous panela cheese of the area, here you can taste this delicious cheese and observe how it is produced. Another attraction of the place are the pre-Hispanic petroglyphs that are more than 1,200 years old.
Finally, we will visit a small family tequila distillery , where you can learn how to prepare and try various types of tequilas, a typical Mexican drink that is produced in this state.
On this visit you will also be able to appreciate part of the flora and nature of this region of the country, you will see fig orchards, different styles of cacti, beautiful orchids and you will be able to taste the captivating flavor of chocolate being prepared here.
Our local guides will be happy to show you this town and tell you about its history and culture . They will make your visit fun and interesting. They will accompany you at all times and will ensure that you enjoy this visit to the fullest.
Do not forget to bring comfortable shoes or tennis shoes and a light sweater since the weather in the town is cool.
- Tour of the Sierra Madre
- Guided tour of El Tuito
- Entrance to the places to visit
- Open bar back to Puerto Vallarta
- Local guide