Private Tours with Astrid van Dam

We are sure you have heard this phrase many times before, but when we ask,
"What can we do for you?"
we mean it.
We pride ourselves on our superior customer service, our commitment to offering only the best services, the best advice, the best recommendations and most of all. The most superior tours.
Cruise Ship Passengers: We have a No Port, No Pay guarantee! In case your cruise ship does not arrive in Vallarta due to weather circumstances, we will give you a full refund.
Be advised that Puerto Vallarta has a different time than your ship's time, so please check with your cruise line for the correct time at each port.

Fleet of Vehicules
If you are planning on bringing a larger group, such as a Convention, Incentive Trip or a Golf Tournament, we can arrange Transportation, Accommodation, Tours and Dining. For more information click HERE

Puerto Vallarta City tour

Duration 6 hours. Cost - $40 per Person, Minimum 6
Pick- up at your hotel or at the Cruise Ship Terminal. The tour begins in our beautiful downtown area, with a stroll along the Malecon, a visit to our main Church, Our Lady of Guadalupe, and the plaza.
Next you will visit the žSouth SideÓ of Vallarta and the famous Los Muertos beach, Conchas Chinas, our žBeverly HillsÓ, then on to Los Arcos where we will stop for photos and amazing views of the Bay. Next stop is Mismaloya where the famous movie, žNight of the IguanaÓ was filmed and put Puerto Vallarta on the map.
Finally to a place where a Tequila expert will explain the whole process and you can try all flavours.
City of Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta City & Canopy Tour Aprox. 7 hours. Cost - $98 per Person, Minimum $240

The Puerto Vallarta City Tour, above, in combination with the Los Veranos Canopy Tour.
We have worked with Los Veranos Canopy Tour, the best canopy tour in Vallarta, for many years. The rates for this tour are amazingly low for the exact same tour that is sold on the cruise ship.
If any in your group do not want to go on the Canopy Tour, they can stay in town or at the beach and we will pick them up on the way back. Or, continue down the coast with us and enjoy the the bar, restaurant and mini zoo at the canopy tour and take a refreshing dip in the river there, don't forget to bring a towel. They will also only pay $40 per person.


San Sebastian de Oeste Aprox. 7 hours. Cost - $280 Total (1 - 10 persons)

Where you will literally step back in time.
Once one of the most important silver mining towns from the 1600's, San Sebastian is now a quiet mountain village, located 4800 ft above sea level, in the Sierra Madre Mountains, it is an hour and a half away from Puerto Vallarta.
We will explore the local coffee plantation, where you can see the whole process from the trees to the roasting of the beans and sample the organically grown coffee. We will visit the museum of Do“a Conchita and learn the history of San Sebastian and then take a stroll through the main plaza and stop at the local church.
Several good restaurants are available for lunch.
(not included)


Mayto Beach and Tehuamixtle Duration 10 hours. Cost - $400 Total (1 - 10 persons)


If it's a beach you're looking for, this is the one!
Mayto Beach, located just outside of the bay and south of Cabo Corrientes, see Map.
There are just two small hotels and a Turtle Research Station on the beach.
The tour will first take you El Tuito, an old colonial era town and then an approximately 1 hour drive through the Sierra Tuito to Mayto. Afterwards you will go to the small fishing village of Tehuamixtle, well known for it's excellent seafood, especially oysters, where you can have lunch (not included). This small bay is good for swimming and snorkeling.


San Blas & La Tovara Duration 10 hours. Cost - $400 Total (1 - 10 persons)

The most popular tour since many years for nature lovers.
We leave in the morning and head north, to the State of Nayarit. San Blas. is about two and a half hours from Puerto Vallarta.
Upon arrival we will board small boats and will make a boat trip of several hours though the "La Tovara" spring. The vegetation is lush and full of tropical plants & wildlife: giant ferns, mangroves, crocodiles, turtles, jaguars, ocelots, armadillos, and a large variety of birds and fish.
San Blas was founded in Spanish colonial times and was one of the two main ports in the Pacific the Vice royalty of New Spain. We will visit the fort, which has been the administration office of the Spaniards.
Mondays Only.