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About Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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Puerto Vallarta, situated on the Pacific Ocean's Bay of Banderas, is one of Mexico's most sophisticated destinations. Bordered by golden beaches and lush palm-covered mountains, it's the perfect spot to relax and recharge. Enjoy the simple pleasures of sun and sand, or indulge in more decadent treats: world-class spas, high-end restaurants, or boutique shopping. There's no shortage of active pursuits, either: options include swimming with dolphins, diving with manta rays, horseback riding, or gliding from treetop to treetop on an exhilarating rainforest canopy tour.
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Activities & Sports
In Puerto Vallarta you will find more than one way of recharging your batteries, since there are hundreds of opportunities for recreation, particularly water sports such as surfing, diving, sailboat regattas, fishing, skiing and Jet Skis as well as gentle boat rides round the bay. One of the best beaches for water sports in Puerto Vallarta is in the Bahia de Banderas.
The Altavista petroglyph complex is located near the village and beach-town of Chacala. This region was originally home to the largely unstudied Tecoxquin indigenous culture dating to 2300 BC. This extensive group of rock carvings is still used today for ceremonial religious purposes by the native.
Attractions & Sights
The best way to enjoy Puerto Vallarta is to wander through Viejo Vallarta, with its traditional cobbled streets, white-walled houses, wrought-iron balconies and red tiled roofs. Plaza de Armas is the city's main plaza where visitors can often see public concerts.
Many hotels organize fiesta nights once a week. Or you could enjoy a performance of the famous Folkloric Ballet of the University of Guadalajara.
The city of Guadalajara, the proud Pearl of the West, with its striking colonial buildings and recreational and cultural centers. Other cities of note include Tlaquepaque with its fine blown glass objects; Tonala with its pottery; and San Sebastian, one of the oldest minig towns in Mexico dating back to 1545.
Puerto Vallarta International Airport
The departure tax of around US$40 per person is usually included on your plane ticket, please verify.
October though April
Festivals & Events
Puerto Vallarta is a destination where you can witness and take part in multiple celebrations and colorful traditions such as: The popular May Festival takes place between May 21 and June 5; the mariachi festival is held in September; and on Dec. 12, people celebrate the Virgin of Guadalupe (Mexico’s patron saint) with dance, parades, processions, firework displays and Mass.
Gustavo Diaz Ordaz International Airport is located just to the North of Puerto Vallarta. From the airport you can hire a taxi or transfer van for a more reasonable price. Most car rental companies have a desk at the airport. If you arrive from another town by bus, the main bus station is far to the north of town, a little north of the airport. A local bus or taxi is required to reach the main city.
ALL PUERTO VALLARTA LOCATIONS
Alta Vista (4) Amapas (4) Boca De Tomatlan (1) Conchas Chinas (22) Mismaloya (9) Romantic Zone (1) Zona Romántica (1) Las Gemelas Beach (2) Los Muertos Beach (5) Malecon (1) Mismaloya Beach (1)
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