Vallarta Lifestyles has published a list of their favorite beaches with crystal-clear waters in the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit region, among these beaches you can find Marietas Islands and Colomitos.
We have an intimate connection with water. We live in a blue world and more than half of our body is made up of this liquid. We relax each time we see it and renew our energies by just being on the beach. In Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit, we can proudly say that we have beaches that conquer us with their soft, golden sand, tranquil waters and pristine landscapes framed by beautiful vegetation. Here we present a list of our favorite spots for snorkeling, swimming, tanning and experiencing an extraordinary moment.
Enjoy the experience and don’t forget that our beaches need everyone’s help to stay clean and beautiful, so always carry a bag to pick up, take and place your trash in the proper container. Keep in mind that weather conditions and each season of the year have an effect on both the conditions of the beaches and the color of the sea.
Source: Vallarta Lifestyles
Puerto Vallarta will have a new sister city: San Francisco, California. It’s been confirmed that it will happen next September 29th, in the presence of the consulate of San Francisco. This partnership is estimated to bring incredible benefits in tourism promotion, momentum for the LGBT community, inclusion, and human rights.
The Jalisco Tourism Secretariat, Enrique Ramos Flores, has been invited to the ceremony. As well as a representative of the National Electronic, Telecommunications and Technologies Industry (Canieti, as it is known in Spanish), to discuss probable partnerships with Sillicon Valley companies.
Susana Rodríguez, President of the City Council’s Tourism Commission, noted there’s always a guiding theme in these committees, “this time it’s the LGBT community, which bring us to themes of inclusion and human rights, since both cities are known for their tolerance, acceptance and respect for the community.”
San Francisco is one of the main markets for Puerto Vallarta, with direct flights all year long, sometimes even twice a week, with this town twinning, a boost to tourism flow is expected as well as to new technologies and software development, San Francisco’s biggest industry.
Source: Act LGBT
New tourism numbers announced Monday revealed an astounding 20.6 million international visitors arrived in Mexico through the first six months of 2018.
According to the Riviera Maya News, Mexico's Ministry of Tourism said the first-half numbers represent a 7.3 percent increase when compared to last year, which saw 19.2 million international tourists arrive through the first six months.
Mexico tourism officials also reported around 4.2 million cruise ship passengers arrived in the country in the first half of the year, a 10.4 percent increase from the same period in 2017. In addition, the Tourism Ministry said overall visitor spending increased by 4.3%.
As for the hotel industry in Mexico, occupancy rates hit 70 percent during the summer holiday season. Puerto Morelos reported an average hotel occupancy above 90 percent, according to municipal president Laura Fernandez Pina.
Source: Travel Pulse
The resort focused website bestallinclusive.com published an updated list of their "10 Best All Inclusive Resorts in PV" list. Among the resorts we can find Velas Vallarta, and Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta.
Here is what YOU loved about the top 10 Best All Inclusive Resorts in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Your opinions were collected and tabulated from sources such as Forbes, Conde Nast, USAToday Travel, USNews, TripAdvisor, Oyster, Expedia, Booking.com, and Hotels.com (to just name a few).
When the smoke cleared and the ink dried, these best all inclusive resorts floated to the top... Enjoy!
#9 Velas Vallarta Suite Resort allows you to perch above lush tropical gardens with a stunning view of ice blue pools and the ocean. Visitors love the Marina Vallarta location which is just a few strides from an 18-hole championship golf course.
Source: Best All-Inclusive
Puerto Vallarta’s Historic Center is now a protected Cultural Heritage of the Mexican State of Jalisco.
When you think of Puerto Vallarta, you probably call to mind its picturesque central plaza, cobblestone streets, traditionally colonial architecture, gorgeous churches, and the many shops, art galleries, and cafes that line its streets and boardwalk. In a Nutshell: In the midst of Puerto Vallarta’s centennial celebration, the state of Jalisco, Mexico has declared PV’s downtown historic center district a “Cultural Heritage Site”.
You probably also remember that warm, sunny afternoon you spent at that oh-so-authentic tapas café on the boardwalk, watching the crowds walk by and washing down all those tacos and chips with that bucket of beeritas that haunted you later that night…..ah, good times, yes?
Well now the site of some of your fondest memories is also a Cultural Heritage site, thanks to a proclamation by the state of Jalisco. Congrats, downtown PV!No one deserves it more than you!
Source: Best All Inclusive