Prior to Mexico becoming one of the top tourist locations worldwide, it was well known everywhere for its unmatched fishing tour opportunities. All along its 9,000 kilometers length of coastline the country was once inundated with countless charming fishing villages filled with numerous fishermen taking to the waters at a variety of coastal locations for the best fishing to be had in the country. Puerto Vallarta was one of these locations.
Are you going to be staying at the world-class Villa del Palmar Beach Resort & Spa at the Islands of Loreto on your next vacation? If you are, then you will have the chance to enjoy a paradise vacation and restore your overall health and well-being with the Balancing Treatment at the best spa in Loreto, the Sabila Spa.
Guests are invited to take advantage of the spa treatments at the best wellness facility in Loreto.
Everything is set for the big day, when two people share their “I do’s” and promise to live a life of till death do us part. Are you really ready for it? It means giving up a life of liberty and freedom and putting an end to an adventurous bachelor life. To give yourself a one last kick, you might want to consider a vacation and spend some marvelous time in high profile places like Las Vegas or Miami for your bachelor vacations.
Are you planning a trip to Puerto Vallarta with your kids for the school vacations, but you also want your “me” time and want to know what you can do to entertain kids in Puerto Vallarta? Have no fear, because bringing kids to Puerto Vallarta during the school vacations has plenty of activities for fussy toddler to teenagers who are just hard to please.
Tips of activities for your trip to Puerto Vallarta during the school vacations
Las Animas Hiking
While visiting Puerto Vallarta during the school vacations, grab the kids and take a taxi, a bus, or you can drive along the South Shore Highway, which is only thirty minutes from beautiful Downtown Puerto Vallarta to Boca de Tomatlan.
The Pueblos Mágicos scheme was first envisioned by Mexico’s Secretariat of Tourism in 2001. The idea was to begin and sustain a celebration of Mexico, but not as tourists know it. This was not about the glittering lights, beautiful bodies and sparkling waters of Mexico’s beach Meccas like Cancun and Puerto Vallarta. Rather the Pueblos Mágicos scheme was about celebrating the villages up and down Mexico’s rivers, in and around the outskirts of the big cities, and even those sitting on isolated islands, that personify the spirit and history of Mexico.