The Punta Mita Gourmet and Golf Classic is a yearly celebration of food and golf in Punta Mita. This new edition Will take place from November 14-17, 2019.
An event we have created that will allow you to experience the best of local and international cuisine, wine, tequila and mezcal with world-class golf in this unique and exclusive destination that is Punta Mita.
A memorable experience built around food, wine, tequila and golf, which will take place November 14th through November 17th, 2019. With guest chefs and winemakers from Mexico and abroad, the perfect opportunity to play Jack Nicklaus’s world-class courses Bahia and Pacifico.
Source: Punta Mita Gourmet and Golf
Beach Vibes Runway is back, hosted by Intituto di Moda Burgo, thanks to the previous edition’s success. On August 30, at the W Punta de Mita, Burgo’s graduates will present their latest beach wear designs and creations.
Besides designs, fashion personalities, celebrities and influencers, this celebration will feature great music and fresh cocktails, and the amazing beach of Riviera Nayarit as a backdrop.
The Istituto di Moda Burgo is a college with more than 50 years of tradition that looks forward to promote the fashion industry in Mexico.
“This type of alliances are good strategies for the destination, because the market they are directed to. Fashion and luxury are really important elements of Riviera Nayarit and this event meets the essential characteristics”, declared Marc Murphy, director of the Riviera Nayarit Visitors and Conventions Bureau.
The date is next Friday August the 30th 2019 at 7:30pm at hotel W Punta de Mita, where you will be able to enjoy the most glamorous weekend of the summer in Vallarta · Nayarit.
Source: Vallarta Lifestyles
During the Independence Day celebrations, Puerto Vallarta will hold a Charro Day Parade on September 14th, 2019.
On September 14th an event filled with the elegance, bearing and Puerto Vallarta’s skirmishes takes place, together with the traditional Charro Day Parade.
Appreciate each one of the shows performed by foot or over horses that each one of Mexican sport representatives perform.
Enjoy the tambora music that, with its special touch, cheers the Fiesta Charra, keeping alive this tradition. We’ll wait for you.
You can read more about charreria and the charro HERE.
Source: Visit Puerto Vallarta
The Food and Travel Reader Awards 2019 have nominated Restaurante ICÚ from Puerto Vallarta as Best New Restaurant in Mexico.
This category recognizes the new culinary offerings from all Mexico, that are at least two years’ old, and stand out for its creativity, presentation and specially their iconic flavors that fascinate even the most demanding palates.
For 6 years, Food and Travel magazine has held an annual contest where its readers can vote and award those chefs, restaurants, hotels and destinations that stand out for its quality and originality and position themselves as the best in Mexico and the world.
Click here and vote for your favorite restaurant.
Source: Vallarta Lifestyles
Puerto Vallarta was the home of 2,700 turtle nests in 2018, giving birth to 130,000 turtles, so this year the city is preparing its 14 kilometers of coastline to receive and care for them during this breeding season.
Currently, Puerto Vallarta is the only city to have a sea turtle protection plan on the Mexican Pacific, which has led to making Puerto Vallarta the best place in the country to see them in their habitat, the result of years of effort in conservation. The city records an 85% hatching rate.
The effort has also involved some hotels in the area such as the Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa, Barceló Puerto Vallarta and Velas Vallarta, which as part of its attractions offer visitors to be part of the experience.
The task is not simple. The possibility of nesting occurs along the 14 kilometers of coastline, where Puerto Vallarta gathers thousands of tourists throughout the year to enjoy its beaches. However, there are some actions that tourists can carry out to contribute to the conservation of the species, such as avoiding throwing cigarette butts or leaving coal from the campfire on the beach, as they are substances that affect the degree of hatching of eggs.
In this part of the Mexican Pacific, four of the eight species of sea turtles are registered worldwide: black, hawksbill, lute and golf, the latter being the most popular.
Officially, the season is from August to December, however, several of them begin to arrive from mid-July.
Source: Vallarta Daily