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Did you know the best way to get to know a new place? Take a walking tour! It’s the perfect way to get exercise and fresh air at the same time. Especially right now during the COVID pandemic, being in the outdoors at a safe distance from others is more important than ever. However, traveling can still be fun and enjoyable if you take the proper precautions.Read the rest

Puerto Vallarta is a top tourist destination in Mexico. Located on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, Puerto Vallarta enjoys an excellent climate that attracts millions of visitors each year. It is also home to beautiful beaches and the lush jungle greenery of the Sierra Madre mountains. Did you know that the El Salado estuary is a national protected area that consists mainly of mangroves and marshes?Read the rest

Will you be traveling to Puerto Vallarta soon, and are you a lover of coffee and tea and you want to know where you can find the best options? Great news, Puerto Vallarta is home to a lot of wonderful coffee houses and fantastic cafes. Below we have provided info about five great PV cafes so when you are visiting Puerto Vallarta you should check them out. Read the rest

Will you be visiting Puerto Vallarta in the near future? Due to its beautiful beaches, outdoor activities, and amazing culinary scene, Puerto Vallarta is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico. You will never be bored in Puerto Vallarta. However, you should consider going on a day trip to get to know the surfing town of Sayulita. Sayulita is approximately 45 minutes north of Puerto Vallarta.Read the rest

Are you ready to start planning ahead for a trip to visit Puerto Vallarta? The COVID-19 and coronavirus situation caused many resorts, businesses, and restaurants to temporarily close. In order to slow the spread of the virus, life came to a halt for a few months. Right now, many businesses and resorts are ready to reopen their doors to welcome back visitors again. Are you wondering when the best time to visit Puerto Vallarta is?Read the rest

Mexico’s love for music is well known. In fact, it is practically impossible to go anywhere in the country without hearing the sounds of music playing from a car, from someone’s home, or a live performance. Traditional Mexican music includes Mariachi music, Ranchera music, and Norteño. However, pop music and reggaeton music are very popular today, too. Some have been around for decades, and continue to be popular today. Read the rest

Puerto Vallarta attracts thousands of visitors each year that flock to their beautiful beaches to soak up the warm Mexican sun. In addition to great beaches, Puerto Vallarta also has tons of excellent restaurants, world-class shopping, and interesting cultural events. This month, the Puerto Vallarta Jazz Festival is going on from February 13th to February 17th. The Puerto Vallarta Jazz Festival is an event that includes high school and university groups as well as professional jazz musicians.… Read the rest

Did you know that Puerto Vallarta has some of the most diverse flora and fauna in Mexico? Many biologists believe that the complex biodiversity can be attributed to the lush vegetation of the Sierra Madre Occidental Mountains, resulting in an abundance of wildlife and plant life in Puerto Vallarta. The biodiverse environment in Puerto Vallarta helps make the region a natural and beautiful place for visitors to come to visit.

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Are you headed for a getaway in Mexico in Puerto Vallarta? If so, make the most of every day in this amazing hometown. Puerto Vallarta is home to several important monuments with a rich history worth visiting. We recommend that visitors to Puerto Vallarta should check out these 3 not to miss spots. Conveniently located in the downtown area near the Puerto Vallarta Malecon, you can even hit all three places in one day if you are up for it.

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Tequila is the number one preferred liquor for many people worldwide. First created in the sixteenth century near Tequila, Jalisco, the origins of tequila date as long ago as pre-Columbian times. During the pre-Columbian age, a fermented beverage called pulque was produced from the agave plant in central Mexico. Are you ready to get away for a vacation to Mexico? If so, check out “My Vacation to Mexico”, an online travel agency that specializes in affordable packages to travel to Mexico.Read the rest