• Puerto Vallarta

  • Puerto Vallarta is truly a multi-cultural city, welcoming tourist from afar while still retaining its local Mexican flavor.  Just a few steps from most resorts you are immersed in local culture and activities. Unlike the mega-resort cities, Puerto Vallarta retains its charm as the city by the bay.

    Vacationers form around the world flock to Puerto Vallarta for the many festivals and events that happen year round in this vibrant and diverse city. Beach resorts line Banderas Bay from the Marina through the Hotel Zone. The world famous Malecon (boardwalk) links the Hotel Zone to the Romantic Zone with it boutique hotels and resorts. To the south you will find resorts nestled between the beach and the jungle. North of Puerto Vallarta are the communities of Rivera Nayarit that host several new luxury resorts

  • But don’t think Puerto Vallarta is a sleepy little city, because it is not. You can find all the activities an active vacationer is looking for. Scuba diving, parasailing, snorkeling, golfing, zip lining, horseback riding and more are readily available all year long. Banderas Bay is the winter home to spawning humpback whales making it a premier area for whale watching. The Vallarta Botanical Gardens along with Isla Cuale are popular attractions.

    Throughout the year Puerto Vallarta hosts a wide range of events from sailing competitions, wine and food festivals, arts and craft markets and more. The Festival de Guadalupe in December shouldn’t be missed with its nightly processions and the fantastic food vendors that line the street and the plaza.

    Accommodations vary from ultra-luxury resorts, affordable all-inclusive resorts for couples and families to locally owned hotels that immerse you in the charm of Mexico. With regular daily flights from the United States, Puerto Vallarta is perfect for the quick getaway or extended visit.