October 04, 2016
Residing with four clearly defined seasons exposes you to a broad variety of experiences, adventures, and living. But after just so many wintery days, there comes a time to escape the cold and snow, and travel to a breathtaking location of sun, sea, and sand, somewhere where you can warm up, in a place which offers non-stop activities ranging from leisurely to extreme.
If this is exactly what is on your mind today, think no further than a memorable vacation or business trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Stay at a world-class hotel, bask in the sun on a beach chair by the Pacific Ocean, hop on a boat to go see the humpback whales, or arrange for just about any kind of tour or adventure your heart can desire. You will be hard-pressed to find a tourist destination that offers such amazing gastronomic variety at a destination where the local population is this warm and friendly.
In Puerto Vallarta you will find hotel and activity options to fit any budget. So come on, visit our webpage visitpuertovallarta.com to learn more about where you can go for a week or two to Warm Up This Winter
Spanish classes, cultural events, zip-lining, paddle boarding and baby alligators are just some of the few reasons why Puerto Vallarta continues to be one of Mexico’s top family destinations. Summer time is the low season for Puerto Vallarta and a provides for a fairly secluded destination for families to play together. Read more
We all have a thing for pirate history and for great characters like Jack Sparrow, and it’s really no wonder since the adventurous and fun life they lead calls out to more than a few of us. If you come to Puerto Vallarta you will find an experience that will transport you to the era of enigmatic pirate stories. Yes, we're talking about the pirate ship known as the Marigalante , which offers a tour that is an absolute ... Read more
An absolutely incredible place to visit.Located right between El Centro and the Romantic Zone of Puerto Vallarta , the Cuale River in downtown Vallarta is home to many attractions for both visitors and locals; best known as “patas saladas” or salty feet. Read more