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A stop at Majahuitas Beach was included on a Vallarta Adventure excursion we were on, and it was enjoyable. If you're looking for clean white sand, you're on the wrong side of Mexico. The beach here has a gravelly texture, but it is in a...More
Wednesday 18th April and we visited here as part of our Vallarta Adventures luxury snorkeling tour (reviewed separately). The boat journey here took about 75 minutes
The snorkeling element of the tour took place in Majahuitas Cove which is where the beach is situated. We...More
We visited this speech is part of a tour. An abundance of chairs restaurants and bathrooms which is where the good part ends. The beach itself is shells which is very hard to walk on and very sharp on your feet. Swimming was okay in...More
The beach at Majahuitas is interesting! The sand on one side, where the overnight guests are, the sand is course. The day visitor side has smoother sand. The day visitors are there from about 11:00 to 3:00 or so because all beaches in Mexico are...More
We came here as part of a private tour. There was just 1 other group here. This is a nice sized cove with a pristine beach and no rivers so the water clear and calm. We really enjoyed swimming and relaxing. There is really nothing...More
If you are looking or a beach that is not crowded with tourists this is the place to go. We stopped here on an excursion that we booked through Vallarta by Boat. We didn't go to the beach itself but did spend time snorkeling the...More
Watch for calm sea days if you want to snorkel....too cloudy otherwise. This is a small beach with underwater rocks nearby. Not sure how much sea life is there. Not a must do for me, but it is secluded and no one else was there...More
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We went with Valletta adventures. The boat ride from Pv was about an hour, then you spend most of the morning and through lunch snorkeling and if the weather and sea cooperate you can swim into the secret beach. They had... More
We went with Valletta adventures. The boat ride from Pv was about an hour, then you spend most of the morning and through lunch snorkeling and if the weather and sea cooperate you can swim into the secret beach. They had kayaks and stand up paddle birds on the boat. They also have a yummy lunch and open bar and have music and dancing on the way back. It's super fun, but a long day on a boat. They have two places in Pv they pick up so depending on where your staying you're looking at 8-3. Other than the snorkeling etc you're on the boat. Another option, You can take the bus to punta mita and hire a panga (small boat, like a skiff) to buzz you over as it's super close, but not close enough to swim from the beach for 15-25 US dollars per person, but I'd set the expectation of time before you leave so everyone knows what they're getting. Some do and some don't have snorkel equipment. You can also rent kayaks and stand up paddle boards on the beach. But I think it's too far to try to kayak too from the shore. Have a great time either way!!!