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Four of the Forty Beaches

January 26, 2011
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Often staying at a resort, people don’t consider a day at a different beach an activity worth leaving the hotel grounds for, but in Puerto Vallarta it can make for the perfect excursion. Puerto Vallarta is home to over forty different beaches and each contains its own unique ambiance and activities for any traveler type. [...]

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Wednesday Night Historic Center Art Walk (with Complimentary Cocktails)

January 19, 2011
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The cobble stone streets of Puerto Vallarta’s downtown Centro Historico (Historic Center) provide the perfect setting for an evening stroll. A walk through the neighborhood, the seaside malecón, or a visit to the iconic Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe offers visitors a true taste of Mexico and the vibe of Puerto Vallarta. I recommend it [...]

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Whale Watching in Banderas Bay

January 13, 2011
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In January visitors to Puerto Vallarta can watch the humpback whales in Banderas Bay.  In a season that begins on December 8th and runs through March 23rd, whales can be even spotted from the shore some days. But for those desiring a closer look, numerous tour companies can bring you with in a few yards [...]

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The Old Town Farmers’ Market

January 5, 2011
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Open for its second season, the Farmers’ Market of Puerto Vallarta continues to grow and attract weekend shoppers. Located in the heart of Old Town’s zona romantica, the doors open to the public every Saturday from 10am-2pm. Now with over fifty vendors, both locals and tourists shop to find the freshest produce, speciality handmade crafts, and [...]

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Visiting the Puerto Vallarta Zoo

December 16, 2010
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Visiting the Puerto Vallarta Zoo is not like visiting zoos in the United States. You get up close and personal with tigers, lions, monkeys and more. It’s an amazing experience to be almost face to face with a lion or see a trainer pet the head of a giant jaguar as it purrs.

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Festival of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Puerto Vallarta

December 14, 2010
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The Festival of Our Lady of Guadalupe is a 12 day festival celebrating the appearance of the Virgin Mary to Mexican citizen Juan Diego in 1531. The festival culminates on December 12th.

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Gift Guide for Shopping in Puerto Vallarta

April 20, 2010

Wherever you go, you want to bring a little piece of vacation home with you. And, of course, a little something for everyone else. Sometimes it’s hard to figure out what gifts to get for everyone. Puerto Vallarta is just crawling with colorful open-air markets and adorable boutiques, so we want you to get the [...]

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Go Green in Puerto Vallarta!

April 12, 2010
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Driving around in a Prius? Switching to energy-efficient light bulbs? Eating out of the new Sun Chips bag? However you’re making an effort to go green is awesome…now how about a green vacation? Here’s a list of 5 easy ways to stay green while you’re vacationing in Puerto Vallarta: 1. Pack a water bottle to [...]

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Puerto Vallarta For the Single Vacationer

April 7, 2010

For some, the promise of an exciting vacation fling is the best part about travelling. I mean what single person wouldn’t want a romantic little rendezvous while in a beautiful, exotic place? We’ve compiled a list of some places where you can find that special someone on your trip. 1. Have a Need for Speed [...]

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Volunteer Vacations in Puerto Vallarta

March 31, 2010

Puerto Vallarta has so much to offer as a great vacation spot…perhaps we could all give something back in return? Well, as it turns out there’s a lot you can to do help. If you’re looking for a volunteer opportunity we’ve found some great ones. Don Quijote Learn to speak Spanish and work with a [...]

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