A Guided Bike Tour de Taco

Bike And Eat Your Way Through Vallarta. Our roll comfort bikes are designed for smooth sailing. We cover 4.5 miles on this culinary tour, tasting regional dishes influenced by Aztec, Mayan, Toltec, Spanish and French cuisine. This tour is designed for moderate fitness levels. Prior cycling experience is required and all guests must be 14 or older.

  • Our 3.5-hour bike tour stops at 7 authentic restaurants, street food stands, and artisans.
  • An active foodie excursion that covers more ground in the same amount of time as our walking tours.
  • Explore the sights of the city while eating a mouthwatering lunch of regional food and drinks.
  • Our cycling tour ends on the malecon so easy to get to the beach or continue your sightseeing in the malecon!

DAYS:

Monday thru Saturday

TIME:

Departs at 9:30am

DURATION:

3 hours

CAPACITY:

8 people
1 tour guide

WEATHER:

Tour takes place shine

WHAT TO WEAR:

Comfortable clothing and shoes

WHO:

suitable for ages 14 and up with biking experience

Transportation:

Bicycle

TOUR INCLUDES:

7 tastings. expert tour guide, tasting map with insiders recommendations

COST:

$55 Adults, $47 Adolescents

START LOCATION:

Vallarta Food Tours offices

TRIP ADVISOR:

5 star company with over 3100 reviews

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Delicious green fresh smoothie

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Barbacoa Taco

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Asada Taco

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Carnitas Taco

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Taco Asada

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Taco with Porkbelly

What to expect from this tour?

The Beauty Of Vallarta This tour is excellent for the first day of your trip as it will orient you to the city, introduce you to regional cuisine, and take you on a picturesque bike ride along the boardwalk (the Malecón), through the plaza in Old Town, past the Guadalupe Church, and more!

Local Culinary Delights – Along the way, you will enjoy Vallarta’s best barbacoa tacos, carnitas, asada, green juice, pork belly taco from an authentic taco stand,tuba , Mexican ice cream, and local beer.

A Culinary Tour With A Bit Of History – We share the story behind the food, including the history of each restaurant and regional Mexican dish. We also share some of the highlights of Versalles’s rich local culture.

Discover Hidden Gems-Uncover where the locals really eat, drink and shop in PV

Insider Scoop- Insider look at 7 local vendors and entertaining stories of Vallarta rich history and culture!

Becoming a local in 3 Hours-Our goal is to give you a taste of local life from a local’s perspective! Food tours give you enough authenticity to feel like you’ve discovered something new, combined with a carefully planned itinerary to ensure the experience is safe and fun

Of the Beaten Path-Get a glimpse of daily life while tasting the best of what Versalles has to offer. Avoid tourist traps and let us do the homework and dont miss out on Versalles's best food

Good things come in small packages-Enjoy the intimacy of a small group

Food Heroes-Our restaurants are local legends, family-owned and often specialize in only one dish, which means the quality is high and the flavor is even better.

Why take this tour?

  1. Off-The-Beaten-Path. The goal of every food tour we offer is to introduce you to the culinary gems you might not find on your own. As a guided tour you will enjoy a far more immersive food experience.  
  2. Active Excursion. Whether you’re in PV on vacation, are a snowbird or expat, or looking for an active shore excursion on your day at port—this tour is perfect. You’ll get in a mini-workout while eating your way through Vallarta.
  3. Food And Fun. Tasting the best food Vallarta has to offer is sure to be on your list of things to do. As part of our small group tour you will enjoy a variety of regional foods, drinks, and desserts. And you’ll make a few new friends along the way!
  4. Experience Authentic Mexico. With over 1,000 restaurants to choose from in Bay it can be overwhelming to decide where to eat. We introduce you to the local gems serving the best regional cuisine our city has to offer.
  5. Foodie Discovery-Discover a locals foodie paradise in Versalles as you eat your way through famous restaurants and artisan hotspots
  6. Something For Everyone. This is the perfect shore excursion for your day at port, a fun way to spend a few hours outside of your all-inclusive and is ideal for anyone looking for a small-group tour that isn’t too touristy. We see a lot of snowbirds and expats on this tour too
  7. Foodie Fun. If you love to eat this is the tour for you. Take your tour early in your vacation so that you can return to the spots you enjoyed most. Make a few new foodie friends along the way!
  8. Learn through Food-You will learn the distinct and unique tastes of each of these regional dishes, native spirits, as well as learn about the process of how they are made and the importance to the Mexican Culture.
  9. Discover new favorites-Experience iconic foods and hidden gems of Versalles during your visit
  10. Total Immersion-Immerse Yourself in Food, history and culture in 3 hours!

Tour highlights include:

STRESS FREE POLICY

Tour bookings can be changed to any date, different tour or turned into a gift certificate to use on a future date with no expirations 48 hours before the tour! A change of plans is no problem!

Frequently Asked Questions

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What our clients are saying

This was an awesome way to start our Puerto Vallarta adventure! The guide was great and supplied us with comfortable bikes for the conditions. We then sampled a lot of amazing food on our various stops.- Tanya from Washington

This was my first time in Puerto Vallarta and I have to say this tour was the best way to start off the trip. I was able to sample food from places I would have never found on my own. This tour introduced me to some of the best tacos I’ve ever had. Not only was the food amazing, our tour guide was fantastic! This tour is a must for any food lover. CB from Chicago

We did the bikes and bites tour with our daughter and her friend and it was so much fun! Our tour guide was Juri and she was so enthusiastic and super passionate about her city the local people and the food. She was very knowledgeable about her community the culture and how the food was prepared at each taco stand.- McClain from Arizona