The Day of the Kings

Friday, 07 November 2014 by

In Mexico, as in all of Latin America, holidays differ from our North American neighbors. Mexican children do not receive Christmas presents on December 25th; they wait until January 6th, “el Día de Reyes,” the Day of the Kings (or the Day of the Wise Men). The Magi who brought presents to the Baby Jesus,

Fine Dining in Puerto Vallarta

Saturday, 01 November 2014 by

The Puerto Vallarta restaurant scene is so surprisingly diverse and extensive you would have to go to a different restaurant every day for over a year to try them all! Naturally, Puerto Vallarta is a great place to discover an amazing variety of Mexican dishes, as well as succulent seafood, fusions of popular cuisines like Mediterranean and Oriental, along

Tips for travelers

Tuesday, 28 October 2014 by

Mispacking is probably the easiest way to ruin a trip. Not having appropriate attire or toiletries, or having important items broken in transit can really spoil a trip. WHAT TO TAKE The number-one rule in packing for a trip, unless you have hired several football players to carry your gear for you, is to pack

Municipal Band

Friday, 24 October 2014 by

Spending a Sunday evening in the Plaza de Armas listening to Puerto Vallarta’s Municipal Band  has become a longstanding tradition here. The concerts begin at 6:00 pm. Since 1981, the 17 members of this band have reveled both locals and visitors with their lively musical interpretations

Art Walk

Monday, 20 October 2014 by

Puerto Vallarta has established itself as a vibrant center of art creation, exhibition, and promotion. An important contribution to the city’s art scene is Puerto Vallarta’s ArtWalk, this season held from October 29, 2014 through May 27, 2015. Participating galleries in Centro Historico offer works by important national and international artists.    

Hidden Beaches Puerto Vallarta

Wednesday, 15 October 2014 by

We present a list of the Best Tours that you can`t miss where you`ll find an unforgetable experience. The main tour yoy should take is “Hidden Beaches or Marietas Islands”, it`s located just 30 minutes from Puerto Vallarta. How to get there? Take a boat from the Maritime Terminal in the Bay of Banderas up

Cuale River Island

Saturday, 11 October 2014 by

The Isla Rio Cuale, reached by the stairs that lead down from either bridge over the river, is a beautiful and peaceful area that is rarely mentioned when speaking of “What to see and do in Puerto Vallarta.” The Rio Cuale river walk is a cool, refreshing place to spend an afternoon, and a great

Release of Sea Turtles in Puerto Vallarta

Tuesday, 07 October 2014 by

On Puerto Vallarta’s beaches every year, we promote the preservation of this endangered species through many Sea Turtle release programs. Hotels and other organizations have set up nesting and hatching programs to assure that the hatchlings will make it to the sea. Since the releases are dependent on hatching times (approximately June through December), it’s

Hotel Posada de Roger is located on the iconic Basilio Badillo in Old Town in the Zona Romantica (Romantic Zone), one of the most privileged areas of Puerto Vallarta. Our proximity to typical Mexican villages, as well as the many beautiful beaches on the Mexican Pacific, makes for a great base for exploring them. Sayulita:

Movies in Puerto Vallarta

Monday, 29 September 2014 by

When John Huston arrived in Puerto Vallarta in 1963, along with his film crew and actors from “the night of the Iguana “, no one imagined the impact it would have on tourism development in the region. In the following decades, dozens of film and television productions chose natural beauty of the bay to frame

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