Located near Mismaloya in the
Bay of Banderas is Los Arcos, the most popular diving
and snorkeling destination in Puerto Vallarta.
This protected marine park offers several small
islands offering reefs, tunnels, caves, and arches
teeming with marine life. Dive the 800-foot
"Devil's Jaw" underwater cliff and see a wide variety
of sea life, such as spotted Eagle Rays, octopus,
lobster, angelfish, puffer fish, needlefish, clownfish,
Our second dive will be at the protected cove
of Majahuitas, where the Sierra Madre Mountains extend downward
into the sea, creating nice rocky shores that attract marine
life. Majahuitas is a nice shallow dive where spotted
eagle rays and moray eels are common sightings, as well as a
wide variety of tropical fish.
Yes! This tour makes a
great shore excursion.
Runs: Mondays, Wednesdays
Fridays at 9:00 AM. If
you are on a cruise ship, we will work with your
schedule to ensure you get to do this dive.
Duration: 4 hours
Visibility and Water Temperature:
Jan-April: 15-40 feet / 68°-75°F
May-December: 30 to 100 feet / 78°-85°F
Experience Level: All Skill Levels
Requires: Open Water Certification or
completed Resort Course
Round-Trip or One-Way Transportation *
1-Tank Scuba Dive at Los Arcos
1-Tank Scuba Dive at Majahuitas
in the water with you
All Scuba Equipment (Including Wetsuits)
Soft Drinks and Water
Personalized Attention (Max 6 Divers to a
Departs From: The dive shop in Marina
Vallarta, very near the Cruise Ship Pier.
Pick-up (one-way) is offered
for Nuevo Vallarta guests, departing from
the Paradise Village Marina at 8:00 AM for
$3.00 per person.
Exact directions will accompany your
LOS ARCOS & MAJAHUITAS DIVE (ADULTS)
Our tours are open to
everyone - no matter what country you're from, hotel
guests, cruise ship passengers, residents, everyone! All
prices are in U.S. Dollars and include all taxes.
Free Discount Card with your reservation!
OUR ADVICE: Los Arcos is a good place
to go if you have a snorkeler in your group,
or are short on time. It is the most famous
site in Puerto Vallarta, like Molokini in Maui.
There are tons of fish, but it can get crowded
in high season, and visibility is limited to
around 50 feet. A massive, 800-foot wall
begins at 60-feet, making it a good dive for
advanced divers as well.
Reef Depth: 25-120 feet
Boat Ride: 30 min.
Reef Depth: 25-45 feet
Boat Ride: 45 min.