Las Caletas Beach Hideaway
Las Caletas was once the private home of film director John Huston who considered it one of the most beautiful places in the world. Nestled in a secluded nature preserve on the southern shores of Banderas Bay, Las Caletas is now Vallarta Adventures' own exclusive tropical beach hideaway.
Special Bay Crossing to Las Caletas
Las Caletas is so isolated and unspoiled, its only accessible by sea, so climb aboard our first-class catamaran and sit back and marvel at the most fantastic scenery the Mexican Pacific has to offer. Once Las Caletas comes into view, its natural beauty will strike you as it jumps out at you against a steep and lush mountain backdrop.
Refresh, Revitalize, Rejuvenate & Rejoice
Once settled on shore, you can either relax or really really relax. Whether you want to bask in the tropical sunshine on the beach, climb into a hammock and chill out in the shade, or indulge in a therapeutic massage or facial at our hilltop Spa Center - it's all about taking it easy to re-invigorate your mind, body and soul in one of the most beautiful settings on earth.
Snorkel, Scuba, Kayaking & More
Or get active and wet exploring the stunning cove of Las Caletas. Take a guided snorkel tour or pick up some equipment and head off on your own. Grab a stand-up paddleboard or a kayak and explore the waters of the cove. Swim out to the offshore platforms to chill out in the sun or practice your dives.
If you wish to go scuba diving at Las Caletas, you can book it here.
Fun and Educational Land-based Activities
Away from the water there's an abundance of other activities; learn to cook Paella, discover Las Caletas' prolific flora and bird life on a walk through the jungle, orchid gardens and interactive parrot center, or explore the natural amphitheater and the Mayan Pyramid that serves as center stage for the contemporary dance performance of our Rhythms of the Night tour.
Enchanting Tropical Haven
Las Caletas is purely and simply Mexico's Garden of Eden - a wonderful and enchanting tropical beach haven where you can kick back, relax and let all the stress slip away.
We went in August when it was cloudy so the weather was just perfect. There's a nice variety of activities to do and it's the ideal destination whether you want to relax or be more active. We went snorkeling, kayaking, and paddle boating, all of which were really great! The island itself is beautiful and though it's small, it's a must-go in Puerto Vallarta!