- 66 Ratings
Guided Whale Watching Tour in Puerto Vallarta
Set off over the shimmering waters of the Pacific for a whale watching tour led by professional biologists. Look out for humpback whales, who send water shooting into the air from their blowholes for an eye-grabbing spectacle.
What You Will Do
- Keep your eyes peeled for humpback whales as these massive creatures glide through clear waters
- Board a comfortable boat built for whale watching and cruise over the emerald waters of the Pacific and enjoy the warm sun
- Learn everything you ever wanted to know about this aquatic animal from a professional biologist
- Listen to whales singing and talking to one another with a modern device called a Hydrophone
- Three and half hour guided whale watching tour
- Snacks and beverages
Partial refunds for cancellations made at least 24 hours in advance.
- 66 Ratings
Such an informative day and we saw so many whales! They were so respectful of the whales’ habitat and gave them a lot of space while still allowing us to see them. Definitely recommend Eco Tours. A
My son, 6 year old grandson & I were on the ECO Whale Watching Tour. Melissa & Raoul were professional and very knowledgeable. The trip was very interesting, respectful of nature and most enjoyable. We saw 14 Whale sightings for a total of 24 whales. So majestic and breathtakingly beautiful! We all learned so much about the Humpback Whale. Thank you for such a worthwhile experience. As a surprise we were served a light lunch. We would highly recommend this tour. Suzanne, Chris & Curtis.
From start to finish this was a class act. No waiting in long lines an informative guide and captain and we saw lots of whales and dolphin. Small boat made it more adventurous and lots of fun. Even in the rain we really enjoyed it. The best part unlike the large boats they did not chase the whales. If you want to do whale watching go with Eco Tours.
Good adventure, friendly and knowledgeable staff that respects wildlife.. Small and agile boat, easy to maneuver near sightings. We were a group of 11 on a boat intended to hold 12 and this felt uncomfortably tight. One person didn't have a bench seat and had to bounce around sitting backwards in the bow. I would suggest taking no more than 10 people.