A Few Things To Know About Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta is a beach resort city located in Mexico. It is located on the western coast of the country, open to the Pacific Ocean. It is home to Mexico's largest bay, the Bahai de Banderas (Bay of Flags). As expected, the most spoken language in the city is Spanish but decades of tourism has made sure that English is quite common too. The local currency is Mexican Peso. For local travel, taxis are affordable but there is a well-established bus network available too.

 

Since the 1960s, it has become a major resort destination, for national and international tourists. The resort city is home to a variety of restaurants, bars, shops, watersports and more. The resort city is known for its gorgeous beaches and a row of Romanesque arches known as Los Arcos, which has become the iconic symbol of the resort city. Tourism through cruise ships has also been very popular. The docks at the resort city allow for three cruise sized ships to dock simultaneously. Most of the Mexican Riviera cruises have Puerto Vallarta as part of the itinerary.

 

Top things to do 

 

Visiting a beach club is a way to enjoy your time in Puerto Vallarta. The Mantamar Beach Club or Mango Beach Club are great choices. Visitors will get a great choice of food, drinks, and access to the pristine private beach. Of course, you don't necessarily have to pay to get access to great beaches in Puerto Vallarta. Just visit public beaches near Playa Los Muertos and Playa Los Camarones. For ecotourism fans, Puerto Vallarta has a lot to offer. The Los Arcos National Park and the Botanical Gardens are popular destinations for visitors. The Marine National Park has diving and snorkeling activities. There are also options for kayaking and canoeing.

 

For some indoor time, there is a bustling art scene at the resort city. The Malecon has impressive art and sculptures through local art galleries and street art. The city also has a bunch of beautiful churches such as the Parish of our Lady of Guadalupe, which was completed in the 1950s. A road leading up to the Botanical Gardens offers stunning scenery, with views of the Los Arcos Reserve and the Bay.

 

One of the most popular activities for visitors is the whale watching tours. The season runs from December to early March. The warm waters of Banderas Bay are home to humpback whales. Tours are organized to take visitors to locations known for the sighting of whales. Hiking up to the Mirador de La Cruz to catch the views of sunset is a great activity. It is also a great place for photography enthusiasts. Here is a good resource for other top things to do in Puerto Vallarta.

 

The fun doesn't stop after the sun goes down. There is a vibrant nightlife in Puerto Vallarta. The Los Muertos Brewing is great for a relaxing atmosphere. From more nightclub type experience, visit the El Solar, Barracuda Bar or Bar Morelos. The delicious fish tacos, shrimp burgers, and tortas are the most popular. From Mexican to Thai, there are several cuisines on offer. The Pancho's Takos restaurant is highly recommended. There is just so much variety of things to do in Puerta Vallarta. This is why you need to book a Puerto Vallarta Cruise.

Best time to visit 


The geographical location of Puerto Vallarta allows for great weather for tourism throughout the year. The ideal time to visit is between January and April. Those interested in water sports, would not mind visiting during summer months. Typically, the summer does have more rain and has slightly fewer tourists. That makes for cheaper prices for most things to do. The city's Bay of Banderas is sheltered from hurricanes by the Sierra Madre Occidental mountain range. The New Year's Eve, Easter and Semana Santa are extremely busy times of the year. For more information about visiting Puerto Vallarta, you can visit this website.

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