Hidden Beaches Puerto Vallarta

Saturday, 03 August 2013 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

Beaches in Puerto Vallarta

Friday, 02 August 2013 by

While buildings or fences may block access from (for example) a road to the beach, you can enjoy ANY beach you can get to without crossing private property. If the particular stretch of beach you want to enjoy seems to be blocked by private property, and you can still get there via another stretch of

Cuale River Island

Friday, 02 August 2013 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

International Gourmet Festival

Friday, 02 August 2013 by

International Gourmet Festival The XVIII International Gourmet Festival has begun and will run until November with more than 30 national and international chefs bringing their culinary skills to Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit. The festival will also offer wine tastings and workshops during its ten day run.

Farmers Market

Thursday, 01 August 2013 by

Farmers Market The Farmers Market has fast become one of Puerto Vallarta’s most compelling weekend attractions where you can meet new friends, say hello to old ones, talk directly to the producers, buy great products, support the local economy and take part in activities for the whole family. In keeping with the philosophy of

One Day Trip To Yelapa

Tuesday, 30 July 2013 by

The most common way to get there is by a water taxi known as a panga. The two main places to get into a panga are on Los Muertos beach in downtown Puerto Vallarta near  to Hotel Posada de Roger or on the beach at Boca de Tomatlan south of Puerto Vallarta. The other two options are to hire a

Movies in Puerto Vallarta

Monday, 29 July 2013 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

Tips for travelers

Sunday, 28 July 2013 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

Emiliano Zapata Vallarta Old Town

Saturday, 27 July 2013 by

Some folks refer to it as “old town” yet it barely existed only 60 years ago. Others attempted to alter its character, albeit unsuccessfully, by calling it the Romantic Zone”. Although the name has struck, sort of, there is nothing particularly romantic (or unromantic) about it. Misnomers aside, not only is Colonia Emiliano Zapata one

Municipal Band

Wednesday, 24 July 2013 by

Spend a Sunday afternoon listening to the interpretation of the Municipal Band of Puerto Vallarta  in the Plaza de Armas, from 6:00 pm, has become a tradition that both boys love to big.Since 1981 the 17 members of this band revel in their interpretation both local and foreign community.

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