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Botanical Garrden Vallarta.

The bus to the Botanical Gardens is from the corner of Aguacate & V. Carranza Map. 50 pesos.

Puerto Vallarta Botanical Gardens is an educational research center and garden high in the glorious Sierra Madre Mountains. These gardens are easily accessible, just 12 miles south of Puerto Vallarta.

Located on 20 acres of land, the botanical gardens feature over 3,000 different species of plants. The gardens are in a unique tropical dry forest ecosystem at 1,300 feet above sea level.
Against the breathtaking backdrop of soaring mountain peaks, there is much to experience.

Palm Gardens, Rose Garden, Tree Fern Grotto, Orchid House, Jungle Trails, Tropical Bird Watching, Agave Gardens, displays of Mexican Wildflowers and the Carnivorous Plant Collection. Bring your swimsuit and enjoy a refreshing dip in the crystal clear Rio Los Horcones. They are members of the Asociacion Mexicana de Orquideologia.

The Botanical Gardens is a nonprofit institution. The Puerto Vallarta Botanical Gardens was founded in 2004 and was opened to the public in 2005. Their Vision: to build Mexico’s greatest botanical garden here in the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico. The staff is dedicated to the research and education of plant life, as well as showing the public all the beauty that nature has to offer. Plus providing the finest hospitality around.

  • Normal Garden Hours:
    Open Daily 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • December to March:
    Open 7 days/week
    (Except closure for Christmas & New Year’s Day)
  • April to November:
    Open 6 days/week (Closed Mondays)
  • Early “Bird” Opening:
    8 a.m. every Thursday from December to March.

Entrance  is 300  pesos, Children 4 and under, Free you can book here