- 27 Ratings
El Eden ATV Adventure
Gaze out over the open sea as you feast on fresh-caught fish after living it up on an ATV tour! Start off in downtown Puerto Vallarta and cruise along cobblestone streets before hitting the open road. Zoom over to Mismaloya, a former village that's now a luxurious resort stop, and admire Los Arcos: a natural stone structure. Then enter the jungle to see where the movie "Predator" was filmed, before finishing the day with a delicious meal along the beach.
What You Will Do
- Take a memorable journey through and around Puerto Vallarta: a resort town along the Pacific coast where cobblestone streets and a winding boardwalk make this a must-see spot
- Put the pedal to the metal with this thrilling ATV tour through a tropical paradise
- Admire the contrasting white beaches of Mismaloya to the emerald waters of the Pacific
- Kick up a dirt trail on your way to El Eden, the jungle zone that provided the scenery for "Predator"
- Ride to Boca de Tamatlan, a traditional fishing village where you'll fill up on ceviche while taking a break from the ATV fun
- Guided ATV tour
- Fuel, helmets, and bottled water
This tour involves long sun exposure, and diverse weather conditions (tour take place rain or shine). Guests should bring sunglasses, sunscreen, a driver's license, and extra cash for tips or souvenirs. This tour is for experienced ATV drivers.
- 27 Ratings
Juan was very personable and offered lots of insights about the area. It was so much fun and we loved all the stops especially the fishing village. We look forward to another trip with Juan next year! Thanks Jim and Kathy from Minnesota❗️
Great tour. Good guide. Thank you
Our group had a great time on the ATV Jungle Adventure tour. They loved it all!
Our tour guide was name CoCo. He made us feel very safe.
The ladies in the office were helpful and friendly and the owner, Fernando was exceptional in communicating with us. Joey was our guide, and he showed us a fabulous time. We couldn't have asked for a better morning. He was very safety conscience, personable, professional and knowledgable. We had a great time and we will recommend Xiutla Riders to our friends! Thank you!
Lots of fun as advertised. Thanks for the adventure.
We had a great time. Going up the mountain with Fernando driving was a blast!!
COCO THE FRENCH MEXICAN WAS AN AWESOME TOUR GUIDE!!!! COULDNT ASK FOR ANYTHING MORE. RIDING THE ATV THRU THE STREETS OF PV WAS AWESOME
Fernando was an awesome communicator and answered all my questions promptly and accurately. Pablo was our guide and he was extremely careful and concerned with our group. He was always looking back and making sure we were all protected and safe. These private tours are much better because we had the flexibility to go other places, stay longer if we wanted to or leave earlier. We will use them again and definitely recommend them to others. Our favorite activity in Puerto Vallarta. Will use Xiutla every time we go.
Coco was a great guide and very accommodating. Just in the future have a better connection between your online bookings and how many spots you actually have available so you don't have to bump people.
CoCo was a great guide! we prefer a private tour. The machines were fine except for one that needs back brakes. I am booking another trip for December and I am requesting CoCo again.
WONDERFUL TOUR! We had such a terrific time. Our guide Coco made everyone feel so safe and secure and made it fun. What a great guy. We saw more of the city than we thought, which was great. The jungle portion of the tour is beautiful and lush. Stopping in the fishing village was a treat to say the least. We would do this tour again and again!!!
We had a blast. Our family of five did a private tour. Joey was our guide. He took us through down town stopping at different places then up into the mountains were we stopped at one place for drinks and swimming and another place for lunch and tequila tasting. We never felt rushed, we could spend as much time as we wanted at each spot. I would highly recommend this tour its a great way to see the back roads and mountains or PV.