Las Animas is a beach located in the south area of Puerto Vallarta is the ideal destination to spend this Easter holiday, with its white sand, emerald green waters, local restaurants with exquisite dishes, extreme activities and the beauty that this small beach / island emanates.
This beach is 17 km away from Puerto Vallarta, 20 minutes away by land, starting from the Arcos del Malecón on the road to Barra de Navidad. Mismaloya buses also take you. You must get to Boca de Tomatlán, where you can also take a stroll along its small, but picturesque boardwalk, for an exquisite meal in the restaurants that are on the seashore, with an unbeatable view.
From there, to get there you must take a water taxi. with a cost of $50 per person. On the trip you can enjoy a beautiful view, you will pass by Colomitos, the smallest beach in the world and you will reach the pier of Las animas.
If you are looking to relax with family or friends, the animas will provide you with fun and relaxation. You will spend a very enjoyable day enjoying its waves, the attention of kindness of the locals, the landscapes of nature and the food that you can find in the small restaurants in the area.
Yelapa is a beach surrounded by mountains, located in the south of Puerto Vallarta, where the only way to get there is through water taxis, commonly called “pangas”.
Yelapa is known for its beautiful landscapes, its fine white sand, its emerald waters, its waterfalls and food. It is the best option to spend a full day under the sun, with family and friends, or a whole weekend in the cabins for rent.
It is a small beach of clear and soft sand located between the transparent green-emerald waves, rounded rocks and a small stream with waterfall that escapes from a lush tropical forest, located one kilometer (5 minutes by water taxi – panga) to the west from Boca de Tomatlán (17 km from the main square of Puerto Vallarta).
To get to this beautiful and small beach, you have two options, one is taking a water taxi in Boca de Tomatlan where you can appreciate the coast of the “Boca” and see some buffers or if you are more adventurous and eager to explore the nature that it surrounds you, you can take the path that takes you inside jungle that you will have to cross to get to the beach, you will be able to appreciate birds and other wild animals.
Arriving at the beach you will have the opportunity to see a variety of tropical fish, including king angels, giant damsels, moray eels, puffer fish, rainbow wrasses, spotted boxfishes, among others.
Playa #Colomitos is undoubtedly a small piece of paradise for lovers of nature, wildlife and especially for those who seek calm and relaxing experiences.
If you come to #PuertoVallarta do not forget to visit Colomitos