Nuevo Vallarta, a sustainable destination with international certification

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The beauty of the Mexican Pacific shores is adored.EarthCheck Gold Level Certification was given to Nuevo Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit, so that more travelers can see its natural treasures.

Mexico’s beaches promise magnificent vistas with hues you can feel. This place has long been desired by dreamers of utopia on earth.

As a paradise, it is cared for so that everyone can enjoy the feeling of white sand slipping through their fingers as they swim in blue waters. Sustainable tourism is increasingly popular for its beaches.

Nuevo Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit received EarthCheck Gold Level Certification in 2022 for environmental protection. With this certification from the Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism in Australia, this tourist resort joins a small group of places around the world that meet this standard.

More tourists fall in love with Puerto Vallarta’s landscapes each year. In July of this year, more than 144,000 people from other countries came to see the emerald pearl of the Mexican Pacific.

Ecotourism

Being able to choose a site where caring for the environment and living a luxurious life is possible draws people who want sustainability and fun activities to bond with nature. The beaches and sunsets are irresistible. Other natural regions are equally lovely.

Islas Marietas National Park, Isla Isabel National Park, Islas Maras Natural Reserve, Sierra de Vallejo, Coral Island, Marismas Nacionales, and La Tovara National Park cover more than 800,000 hectares.

The Magic Garden at Rancho Madre Tierra is a fairy-tale forest guarded by butterflies, and the Botanical Garden is one of the ten best in North America. There’s also a conservatory with 300 orchid species.

The Los Arcos de Mismaloya National Marine Park has 350 indigenous bird species. It’s also a popular place for scuba diving and snorkeling due to the caves, tunnels, and reefs.

Night diving and Devil’s Canyon, with its 2,000-foot underwater wall, are fantastic for more experienced divers. Natural tunnels above the sea cliffs are another feature.

Dolphins in their native habitat are scarce. Respect and care for these species allows you to visit bottlenose dolphins in Puerto Vallarta and participate in a research program with biologists.

Caresharing

Tourists should help preserve this destination. HOW? Do not buy protected plants and animals or things made from them, like birds, turtles, or eggs from turtles.

Sustainable tourism leaves no sign of its passage through the visited place, cleans whatever filth it generates, and does not take away natural memories of the destination. This protects native habitats.

Source: Latitud2000.com

Last Updated on 30/09/2022 by Puerto Vallarta Net