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January 19, 2006
From journal Best Vacation
March 22, 2005
From journal Spring Break in Nuevo Vallarta
by E. B.
January 10, 2004
I enjoyed my short kayaking adventure, but I did wish the canals would extend all over the resort so that you could tour the whole resort by kayak or boat. There is also a boat that you can ride. It pretty much takes you where the kayaks go, but you don't get a workout. It can take up to about 20-25 people at once.
Afterward, my sister and I retired to the pool to relax our tired arms. We were still uneasy about sitting in pond scum from kayaking, so we left to rinse off in the shower in our room.
Even though this activity is free, make sure you bring a few bills to tip your kayaking attendant. Both Mexican pesos and American dollars are accepted at the resort.
From journal My First Trip to Nuevo Vallarta
May 29, 2003
We saw all types of birds while we were kayaking into the backwoods area. Then we went around the canal/lake type area that fed into the ocean. The guides asked if we wanted to go into the ocean and kayak back to the Mayan. Well, it was exhilirating to go over the breakers out into the bay. Once we were out there, we had to paddle back into the shore. It was like riding a surfboard into shore once we made it past a certain point. It was really fun although I was certainly glad I had a good lifejacket.
From journal Fun in Mexico
San Jose, California
May 1, 2003
From journal Nuevo Vallarta - Great Family Vacation