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New Malecón Walk for Wheelchair Travelers

Whether you are a roller or stroller, you will enjoy this walk along Puerto Vallarta’s seawall (Malecón). From Indians and Aztecs, pirates and Spanish Conquistadores, farmers and fishermen, stevedores and early settlers to Hollywood actors and famous politicians, today’s Malecón continues to hold a special magic over those who meander its two-mile length from Hotel Rosita past the Los Arcos Amphitheater all the way to Los Muertos Pier. The ocean, the waves, the breeze, and the jungle covered mountains only add to the beauty and enjoyment of this important historical symbol of Vallarta.

Amphitheater area on Malecon, vendors, tourists, Puerto Vallarta Walking Tours!

Join this newest walking tour as we stroll or roll the Malecón while learning about the history and local culture of Vallarta, stories of its people, the origins and inspirations behind the many bronze sculptures, significant historic buildings, outdoor art and Huichol Indian symbology that is embedded in the sidewalk. End at the stunning Los Muertos Pier. A list of beach restaurants we pass is included with the walk.

Wheelchair sunset gazer, woman, Malecon, pirate ship,Puerto Vallarta Walking Tours!

This is a two-hour walk, reservations required 24 hours in advance. Book and pay online on Home page. More photos in the Photo Gallery.

Meet at Hotel Rosita seawall by bronze Millennium sculpture on the north end of the Malecón, 2 pm. M,W,F

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