We are heading back to Bucerias for our 3rd time this January. This year, my husband and I will stay 3 weeks. The other 2 couples, just 2 weeks. My job is to PLAN . One couple have never been there. We stay at Punta Arena which is, in my opinion, one of the best locations for walking the town.
I pretty much have a lay of the land and do have a sailing day with ADA and a cooking class with My Mexican Kitchen already booked, but so many restaurants and other eateries we didn't try, as just always seemed to hit our favorites This year, I'm trying to make a list of ones recommended that we didn't locate. ( One we couldn't find was Famvar (spelling). We asked various locals and cab drivers, but no one seemed to know of it. Anyone sure it's still open, and how to spot it?
Also curious if anyone knows if the Rhythms of the Night every changes up their shows. 4 of us took the boat over and loved the show 2 years ago. However, now that we're showing a new couple Bucerias, might consider going again. Just curious if the show and dinner ever changes? (Vallarta Adventures, of course, tells me, it's an entirely different show and meal each year, but would like to hear other's experiences as well.
Also, as my husband and I will be there a week before our friends show up, and it's a little easier to get a cab for 2 than 6, we'd like to take a little longer sightseeing, cultural day trip ourselves. We've of course have been to both Sayulita and PV quite a bit during our previous trips. Any suggestions on an interesting day trip that we could look into that others in our age bracket have enjoyed,( age 70's). We are planning an all day fishing trip when our friends arrive, so whale watching is always easy then. We do love the water and would love an evening Sunset dinner, but with the with ADA Sailing (Which we highly recommend), is necessary to book the entire boat for that cruise and would be great for a whole family, but not just the 2 of us or even just 6. We did just return from Negril Jamaica, and not sure you could beat the snorkeling experiences in the clear waters of the Caribbean, but do love to be on the Ocean when possible. (Nebraska comes up short in that category for us). Thanks for any different suggestions, if any as I am still researching myself. I've always trusted TA for advice, so wanted to toss out my questions anyway.