Languages: Offered in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish
Guides: Liz Oseguera or Israel Andalón Meeting Point: Bus Stop to Mismaloya. (Corner of Basilio Badillo and Constitución Street in the Romantic Zone, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico)
About your host
We are Liz Oseguera and Israel Andalon, superhosts for more than two years in Airbnb. Through this time, we have committed to give a plus to our guests by taking them to explore the wonders of our region. One of the trips that we enjoy the most is this hike to Colomitos and Las Animas. We have knowledge in the area, we are sensitive to different needs, we speak several languages and we like to surprise our hosts with details they don’t expect. In our fan page “Alalibre” we have received several good comments about our trips.
What we’ll do
We will have a magical experience in the tropical jungle where you will watch a variety of birds and maybe iguanas and crabs. If we are really lucky, we might watch a mantarray or a sea turtle. You will enjoy the authentic and charming town of Boca de Tomatlán, and the Horcones river. We will walk together through a path in the hill that leads to Colomitos. When we reach the beach, you will have a delicious lunch from Israel’s brother café ELforoteo. After eating, we will enjoy the beach, and we will end our trip with a long 1 hour hike to Las Animas Beach. There we will have a drink break in a local spot called “El Pichón” (optional) and return in public aquatic transport back to Boca de Tomatlan.
Where we’ll be
Like locals do, we will take a public bus that is already an unique experience. During the trip they will appretiate different beaches. We will arrive to Boca de Tomatlán, a charming fishers town at Horcones River. We will cross the mountain covered by beautiful palms and Ficus. After 1 km, we will arrive to Colomitos beach, one of the smallest beaches of México, unreachable by car. We will have a break and then continue the hike to Las Animas.
What else you should know
The experience includes a 6km walk under the heat and is not suitable for people with heart or joint problems or pregnant women. Minors are under the complete responsibility of their parents.
What We will provide
Lunch: Sandwich done with homemade bread and a delicious choise of vegetables, chicken and cheese (There can be a veggie option.)
Drink: Just made orange juice in an ecological container. Bus & Panga Ticket: Car transportation from Puerto Vallarta to Boca de Tomatlán. Single public Panga Ticket from Las Animas to Boca de Tomatlán.
What to bring
Confortable shoes or sandals for hiking (Tennis)
Sun block lotion (Environmentally friendly if possible)
Mosquito repelent (Opcional)
cap or hat (opcional)
water bottle (Water can be purchased at Boca de Tomatlan)
Extra money (For any souvenir, access to toilet or tip not included at Boca de Tomatlán)