About Us

Eric-and-Prince-150x150Eric Wichner
Founder

I founded Puerto Vallarta Eats Food Tours Mexico in order to share with others my experience of the food, culture and rich history of this wonderful area, which has so many unheralded treasures. After our first daytime tour, one guest wept and said to me, “I have been coming to PV for 20 years and have always been afraid to try these places. You have changed my relationship with Puerto Vallarta forever.” This is exactly the experience we want to give people.

Transplanted from Philadelphia, I originally came to Puerto Vallarta seeking sun and new adventures.  Not surprisingly, I fell in love with Vallarta’s food and people and, for almost a decade now, have been proud to call Colonia Emiliano Zapata home.

Our tours are for everyone, whether it is your first visit or your 50th. And to keep things fresh, we’re always exploring … seeking out more excellent culinary spots so that we can introduce you to them! We look forward to seeing you, feeding you, and welcoming you to Vallarta Eats.

Foodie Guides

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Daniela

From: Mexico City

What’s the best thing about being a Vallarta Eats Foodie Guide?

Having the chance to provide valuable and useful information to our guests, making them feel happy and welcome. And of course, being part of a wonderful team of people who truly love what they do.       

 Frankie

From:  Mexico City.

 Tell us a little bit about yourself, and what you love best about being a Vallarta Eats Foodie Guide?

My name is Frankie, I’ve been living in this gorgeous paradise for 2 1/2 years.

Working as a foodie guide at  Vallarta Eats is my dream job.  I love meeting new people and sharing with them my love for this city and food.

I want our guests to experience the variety of foods. All the different flavors that Mexico has to offer, as well as the joy of sharing food with new friends.

Manuel

From:  Melaque, Jalisco.

 Tell us a little bit about yourself, and what you love best about being a Vallarta Eats Foodie Guide?

I’ve been in Puerto Vallarta for 8 years.    What I like the most about being a foodie guide is that you get to teach people about our food and culture, something that we take for granted and see every day and then we turn it into a great and unforgettable experience for our guests.

Abel

From:  Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco.

Tell us a little bit about yourself, and what you love best about being a Vallarta Eats Foodie Guide?

What I like most about being a guide is the opportunity to help people have a different perspective on my culture, my country, and gastronomy.

I want our guests to take that desire for adventure and for learning new things everywhere they go, to enable them to understand and to enjoy the different cultures and ways of thinking of the people all around the world.

Mayra

Business Administrator

From:  Mexico City

 

Pilar

Director of Operations

From:  Mexico City