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Published on 28/11/2018

Family Activities for Your Puerto Vallarta Vacation

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The reasons to take a family vacation in Puerto Vallarta are endless. Whether you are traveling with little kids or bold teenagers, you are sure to find a wealth of family activities for your vacation in Mexico. The diverse landscapes, friendly ambiance, and assortment of tours geared toward every type of traveler make Puerto Vallarta family adventures a daily occurance. If you find yourself traveling to Puerto Vallarta with kids and need some advice about what to do, try some of these family activities for yourvacation. You and your family will undoubtedly be glad you did.

1. Swimming with Dolphins

By far one of the best activities in Puerto Vallarta with kids, swimming with dolphins will leave you and all your loved ones with incredible memories of your vacation in Mexico. This once in a lifetime experience is great for everyone from adults to young children above the age of four. There are a few companies in the area that offer a variety of dolphin and sea lion encounters that range from group experiences to private endeavors. Do a bit of research before you go to find which of these Puerto Vallarta family adventures is right for you and your loved ones.

2. Family-Sized Spa Treatments

If you are traveling to Puerto Vallarta with kids and you’re planning on staying at one of the diverse spa resorts in the region, make sure to take advantage of a variety of spa treatments for the whole family. As wellness travel becomes increasingly popular, spa resorts have made it a point to offer a wealth of spa therapies for guests of all ages, which also happens to be one of the best reasons to take a family vacation in Puerto Vallarta. Treat yourselves to a relaxing massage, facial, pedicure, or indulge in a hydrotherapy session that will leave you all feeling rejuvenated and relaxed.

3. Zip-Lining through the Jungle

For more exhilarating Puerto Vallarta family adventures, book a tour to one of the many canopy tours available throughout Banderas Bay. While not the best option for families traveling with toddlers, zip-lining is one of the best activities in Puerto Vallarta with kids who are at least 5 years old and over. Imagine zipping through the jungle at high speeds, soaring over tree tops, and facing your fears all at the same time. Companies like Canopy Los Veranos and Canopy River are great choices for those looking to participate in one of these family activities for your vacation.

4. Spend Some Time on the Water

One of the best reasons to take a family vacation in Puerto Vallarta is the ability to spend an endless amount of time on the water. Weather you’re playing in the waves outside your resort or heading out on one of the many Puerto Vallarta tours at sea, you’ll have the time of your life. If you are looking for the best activities in Puerto Vallarta with kids, book a trip on the Marigalante Pirate Ship. This unique tour allows you to set sail on Banderas Bay on a ship that is the exact replica of the “Santa Maria,” while enjoying an exciting pirate show and a number of activities designed for kids. If your children are older and looking for the ultimate Puerto Vallarta family adventures, test your nerves on the Tsunami Jetboat, one of the fastest water tours around.

5. Hiking to Las Animas


If you are visiting Puerto Vallarta with kids and you like to stay active, do the hike from Boca de Tomatlan to Las Animas. This scenic hike will take you through the jungle on a path that shows off the stunning views of Puerto Vallarta’s southern shores. As you hike the trail, which does include a small bit of climbing, you’ll find a number of secluded beaches with nothing more than sand and sea, before arriving at Las Animas, a beach filled with activities the whole family will enjoy. There is just a few things you should know about this hike. If you have small children, make sure to bring a baby carrier so that your hike with ease and don’t forget to take cash with you. Las Animas is a small beachside town on Puerto Vallarta’s southern shore where there are no banks or ATMs.