Our longest running Coast and Jungle ATV Adventure Tour, takes you along the beautiful coast of the Bay of Banderas, through a lush off-road jungle trail and to an authentic Mexican fishing village.
On the way to the coast, Ride along the scenic Malecon by the shore through old colonial Vallarta, you’ll get a glimpse of the city’s famous contemporary sculptures and witness its vibrant culture.
Now, take a 20 minute cruise aboard your ATV along the Sierra Madre mountain range on an open Coastal Road where you’ll smell the fresh ocean breeze and see the vistas of the open Pacific Ocean. You’ll make a quick lookout stop at the Los Arcos Bird Sanctuary, a protected preserve that draws Bird Watchers from around the world to witness its rare population of sea birds and when in season a glimpse of to our yearly visitors the Humpback Whale.
From here we go into the off road portion of the tour, we ride into the tropical jungle and to the refreshing Mismaloya River and natural pools. World renowned as both an unbelievable preserved destination and a great way to cool down by taking a refreshing dip within this scenic tropical hide out.
Now we continue a bit further to a quaint authentic Mexican Fishing Village carved into a small bay where the river meets the ocean and the soft breezes are always refreshing. Is here where we invite you kick off your shoes, get your feet in the sand, relax and enjoy refreshments , freshly grilled fish tacos or any other fresh fare from the sea.
Note for Cruise Ship Passengers: When choosing your tour time, please allow at least 90 minutes from your ship docking time. If none of the tour start times can be accommodated for your port times we may be able to adjust the start time based on availability. Please contact us
Advisory: Anyone checking into an ATV Tour who is intoxicated will not be allowed to participate.
- For safety reasons, pregnant women and individuals with asthma, heart problems, and back problems can’t perform the activity.
- Leaves out of Estigo office
- 1st Stop at Los Arcos for a Photo
- Then goes to El Eden, here is the 30% off-road
- Comes down from El Eden to the 200 “Coastal Road “
- Goes to Mismaloya Beach
- Back to Estigo’s office