- Ticket Price: Free
Sea Safari - Review
Sea Safari in the Puerto Vallarta is a must visit when you are in Puerto Vallarta. If you are a first-time visitor, TripHobo’s Puerto Vallarta trip planner is your best on-the-go travel guide. With easy to use interface, you can create your trip plans for Puerto Vallarta instantly. You are the boss of your trip plan! Important information about Sea Safari like contact details, opening-closing timings, location maps, bus stops, metro stations, entry fees is shared on this page.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Sea Safari
3.23% of people who visit Puerto Vallarta include Sea Safari in their plan
41.94% of people start their Sea Safari visit around 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Sea Safari
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sea Safari
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Sea Safari, Puerto Vallarta Reviews
Hugo was the greatest guide. He took care to make all of us comfortable during our visit. I wish he would have been in Colombia as our guide. Padro had lunch ready for us on the beach when we got there. Best place to go for an excursion by far. The most fun on our hole trip.
Great excursion! Hugo was an awesome guide. He went out of his way to ensure everyone was comfortable and had a great time!!
One of the excursions from Vallarta Adventures, which was very enjoyable.
Buenos lugares para pasearse pero los vendedores de viajes son muy abusivos kieren cobrar de todo...recomiedo q busques directamente tu paseos y no con las personas q venden x fuera
Los lugares son hermosos, los prestadores de servicios muy gandallas y de todo te quieren sacar dinero, aparte de lo que pagas por el tour que es caro, pagas por entrar al muelle veinticinco por persona, pagas por brazaletes ochenta y cinco por persona, pagas por comer algo en el barco por que te mueres de hambre, ya que el "desayuno" es una mentada de madre y te mueres de hambre a las 11 del día, te cuesta cincuenta pesos la bolsita de frituras, pagas por fotos que te toman obligadamente (excesivamente caras), pagas por fotos con una guacamaya, pagas por fotos con una gorra de marinero, pagas por fotos a lo largo del recorrido. Ya no veía el final del tour. Por todo lo demás todo excelente.