Rhythms of the Night FAQ

Q: Where does the show take place?

Rhythms of the Night takes place at our private cove - Las Caletas which is situated in the south of the bay. The only way in and out is by boat and so you have the feeling that you are on a private island. The show is performed in the forest in a natural amphitheater.

Q: How long is the tour?

The evening lasts approx 5 hours including the boat ride to and from Caletas (approx 1 hour each way). The show lasts approximately 60 minutes and so you have plenty of time to enjoy dinner, the open bar and can also explore the beaches, hidden terraces and torch lit paths.

Q: What is the show about?

The show typically changes every year but is always based on the ancient traditions of Mexico. For more information about the show that is presently being performed, see the About the Show tab in the Rhythms of the Night section of our website.

Q: Who is this tour ideal for - families or couples?

"Rhythms" is romantic evening mostly popular with couples. We do not recommend the tour for children and especially not for toddlers.

Q: Is Caletas wheelchair accessible?

Unfortunately not. The nature of the area means that there are a number of inclines and some steps. Caletas is a natural area and most of the paths are sandy or with an uneven surface. Wheelchairs would not be able to get up to the show area.

Q: Can I take a private group or wedding party to Rhythms of the Night?

Yes - in fact, we arrange many private events at Caletas in the evening.  For weddings information please visit our Adventure Weddings website. For private events, please contact us at: groups@vallarta-adventures.com

Q: I'm a vegetarian, will there be anything for me to eat?

Of course! Our buffet-style dinner includes a large selection of salads, pasta, grilled vegetables and grilled fish. For carnivores there is also grilled chicken and steak or ribs. You can help yourselves as many times as you'd like, and the food at Caletas really is delicious!

Q: Drinks are included in the price - but does that mean everything?

Open bar includes bottled water, fruit juices, sodas, beer, Bacardi, tequila, Smirnoff vodka, margaritas and wine during your meal. You don't need to pay for any drinks. In the evenings, we also have a wine list so that you can choose a special bottle of wine to accompany your dinner with prices ranging from $25 USD and up per bottle. However, the table wine is free, so you don't have to pay extra for wine if you don't want to.

Q: Should I bring money for souvenirs and photos?

Yes, since we provide photo services in every tour and they will be available for you at the end of the tour.

Q: What is children's age/price for this tour?

Children must be a minimum of 6 years old and the price is the same for a child as an adult.