Diana's Tours (+52-322-222-1510; firstname.lastname@example.org).
Diana also runs mixed gay and lesbian cruises ($75 per person, $69 if purchased 24 hours in advance) and women's beach and town tours. Her Wednesday women?s cruise is a Vallarta classic. She also offers daily nature tours.
Coming About (Any Woman's Sailing School; +52-322-222-4119)
Offering classes and training primarily for women, Pat Henry is the author of By the Grace of the Sea in which she tells about her adventures traveling around the world solo on her sailboat Southern Cross, now anchored in the Marina in Puerto Vallarta.
Twenty minutes south of Puerto Vallarta is Mismaloya where The Night of the Iguana was filmed. Fun activities such as sea kayaking, jet-ski rental, parasailing, and panga launches are on offer. Five minutes further is Boca de Tomatl?n, a quaint fishing village with a less developed, genuine Mexico feel. Caf? Primitivo (open 10 am-10 pm) is a recommended restaurant here, and a great place to watch the sunset. From Boca you can take a twenty-minute ($7) water taxi or panga (small boat) to Yelapa, a primitive tiny village with beautiful waterfalls, accessible by foot or on horseback. Small generators provide the town's only electricity.
Check out www.pvglba.org, an online resource consisting of gay and gay-friendly businesses in the Puerto Vallarta area, and the up-to-the-minute www.discoveryvallarta for more information.