Vallarta Tours & Activities
TTF Coach Tours
Carretera Puerto Vallarta Tepic #66 Norte
Tour Pricing & Reservations:
Tequila Tour: $1000 mn
San Sebastian Tour: $850 mn
San Blas Tour: $1000 mn
Huichol Indians Tour: $1000 mn
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|TTF Cultural Coach Tours|
"...an unforgettable experience"
The ONLY way to experience the natural beauty and cultural magnificence of Mexico is by taking a sightseeing tour on one of our 15 brand-new, air conditioned motor coaches. TTF offers a variety of Cultural Tours, including sightseeing coach trips to more remote areas like Tequila, San Sebastian or San Blas and Huichol Indians tours. No matter which tour you choose, our certified tour guides provide excellent service from the moment we pick you up until we drop you off at your hotel.
Tequila is the name of a town, an alcoholic beverage, and God's Gift to the prehispanic world. Discover its significance throughout our journey as we drive north from Puerto Vallarta to Rincon de Guayabitos, the majestic colonial city of Compostela and Volcan Ceboruco, before we visit the town of Tequila, Jalisco, where we making a stop at the La Cofradia Tequila factory to learn how the Agave Azul plants are processed into the world famous Tequila. Then you'll enjoying a typical Mexican lunch accompanied by the satisfying taste of the nectar of the Gods - Tequila - before we end our adventure with a relaxing ride back to Puerto Vallarta. Every Wednesday from 8 am to 8 pm.
San Sebastian Tour
Our sightseeing trip to San Sebastian is the perfect tour for those who love history, culture, ecology and tranquility. Departing from Puerto Vallarta, our first stop will be the Los Arreola Quinta Artesian Center in El Colorado, where you can purchase regional handicrafts, then we'll stop at the Raicilla distillery in Nogalitos before we take the 30 minute drive to the 17th century silver-mining town of San Sebastian. There, we'll visit the El Pabellon Mexicano antique store, the Museo de Doña Conchita, and the San Sebastian Church and lunch at Lupita's Restaurant before we return to Puerto Vallarta. Mon-Fri from 10 am to 6 pm.
San Blas Tour
You'll enjoy fantastic scenery, exuberant vegetation, "pueblos agricolas" and fishing "aldeas" as our air-conditioned coach follows the coastline from Puerto Vallarta to San Blas, Nayarit. In San Blas, we'll jump into a boat and admire the region's variety of wildlife as we travel 16 km. on the La Tovara river to the Crocodile Reserve in El Manantial of La Camelota. Back in San Blas, we'll visit the downtown area, where you can photograph this rustic pueblo as we make our way to the Fuerte de San Basilio ruins. After lunch in a restaurant on Matanchen Bay, you can take a walk on the beach, swim in the clear blue water or take some time to relax before we make our way back to Puerto Vallarta. Every Tuesday from 8 am-7 pm.
Spend a day learning more about the people, culture, and history of Mexico on our Huichol Cultural Tour. As we make our way towards Tepic, we'll make a breakfast stop in Rincon de Guayabitos before visiting the church of Misericordia and the Regional Museum of Anthropology in the majestic city of Compostela. Continuing north, we'll make a brief stop at the Sanganguey Volcanoso and visit a "Puga" (Sugar Factory) on the outskirts of Tepic. Then we'll travel to the Nueva Valley Huichol Indian community, where we will be welcomed with an asylum ritual and a tour of their "Cali-Huey" (Huichol Temple) where they'll entertain us their splendid music and dance. Finally we will enjoy a three-course meal before returning to Puerto Vallarta. Every Thursday from 8 am-10 pm.
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||We loved the San Blas tour! Along the way we stopped at various points of interest where we took some great photos. The boat ride down th La Tovara was fantastic! My children really enjoyed the natural ecosystem full of mangroves, birds, reptiles, crocodiles, fish and turtles.
|Sally, Austin Texas
||We visited the historic & majestic city of "Compostela" founded by Cristobal do Ognate in 1540 before enjoying music and dancing by over 100 members of the Huichol community in "Nueva Vale". What an unforgettable experience!
|Bob & Betsy Johnson, Idaho
||Unlike many eco-tours I have taken, [the San Blas tour] changed my perceptions of bustling Puerto Vallarta. For me, "The Night of the Iguana" has become "The Day of the Crocodiles."
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