I'm tired of resting...
At Casa Soledad, we try to make sure your vacation is everything you want it to be, and nothing you don't want it to be. Below is a short list of some of the services we can provide; contact us if there's something you want, even if you don't see it here. You'll find that "This is not a problem" is the most common answer to your requests.
There are a ton of activities in which you can participate, from swimming at the beach to organized boat tours of a local mangrove jungle. We have a fluent local coordinator, who makes all the local arrangements and will help you with any special requests. Activities include:
- Swimming and surfing
- Fishing, both shore and deep sea
- Whale watching (seasonal)
- Beach horse-back riding
- Jungle cruise
- Waterfall hikes
- Kayaking through the estuary
- Yoga (in our private, covered sea-side patio)
- Mexican cooking classes
If any of these sound good to you, let us know, and we'll arrange it for you. It's also perfectly acceptable to just sit in the shade, watch the waves, and sip a tall, cool one...
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- Pacific Mexico Whale Watching
- Isla Isabel National Park
- Pacific Mexico Salt Water Fishing
- Estuary Birds - Turtle Camp
- Horseback Riding on the Beach
- Fishing at "el Bajo," the Reef
- La Tovara Jungle Cruises
- El Cora Waterfall
We have a skilled massage therapist who will come to Casa Soledad to provide you with a truly terrific massage in a private covered patio only a few feet from the surf. Sofia is proficient in English, and normally needs only a couple days notice to schedule. If you think you'd like a massage, just ask and we'll arrange it.
You can rent a car at the Puerto Vallarta airport, if you like. Driving to Casa Soledad takes about two hours and is an easy drive along the coast, involving virtually no city driving. Or, you can have our driver pick you up at the airport and return you there for a nominal cost that is less than renting a car for a week.
Internet and Phones
At this time we do not have reliable internet access. We do have a cellular booster, but phone/text access can also be spotty at the Casa. We do not have a land-line telephone, but most cell phones will work at the corner in front of the market (about 100 yards). For some reason, you'll get about 3 bars there. You might want to check with your service provider to see what their policy is relative to calling from Mexico.
We welcome you to experience this magical paradise!