Charming Majahuitas Beach, an idyllic tropical cove of crystalline emerald waters, rocky geography and abundant marine life, is less than 2 miles by boat west of the fishing village of Quimixto.
The astonishing beauty of Majahuitas Beach itself is only matched by the natural wonders surrounding it - the lush tropical jungle of the Sierra Madre, a series of small coves and underwater canyons made up of several caves filled with black reefs inhabited by multicolored fish.
Majahuitas is a great place for hiking and water sports such as kayaking, snorkeling and scuba diving. On the beach, you'll find a few unpretentious eateries. They offer the basic amenities for a pleasant day of sunbathing. Most of them offer fresh seafood specialties and other traditional dishes at reasonable prices.
Majahuitas is easily accessible by sea. Take a panga or water taxi from either Los Muertos Pier or Boca de Tomatlán. There are also several all-inclusive day tours departing daily from the Puerto Vallarta Cruise Port, offering different routes and stopping at Las Animas, Majahuitas and Quimixto beaches.