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What do you know about Puerto Vallarta?
Puerto Vallarta is a popular beach resort destination on the Pacific Ocean’s Bahia de Banderas. American writers and artists first sought Puerto Vallarta as a retreat in the early 1950’s. In 1963 John Huston filmed The Night of the Iguana in a small town just south of Puerto Vallarta, really putting it on the map for American travelers.
Today Puerto Vallarta is a thriving city, profiting well from international tourists. Its beauty can not be underestimated. Puerto Vallarta’s diverse topography allows for a variety of activities: scuba-diving, zip-lining, horseback riding, hiking, rafting, or simply relaxing on the beach.
Dining in Puerto Vallarta
Where should you eat? Just about anywhere. El Malecon boardwalk is a wonderful place to start and a must-see for visitors. Restaurants sit should to shoulder and line this colorful boardwalk overlooking the beauty of the Ocean.
If you want to see the city, learn a little of its history and eat at the same time, take a street food tour with Vallarta Food Tours: It’s easy to book and fun to explore.
Sleeping in Puerto Vallarta
Where should you stay in Puerto Vallarta? If you’re looking for great value for your dollar, consider staying at The Casa Magna Marriott in Puerto Vallarta. The resort is a short 10-minute ride from the airport, situated directly on the beach and offering dual views of the Sierra Madre Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.
The Marriott offers both European packages as well as all-inclusive packages. For a stress free experience, go for the all-inclusive and enjoy.
Family Travel in Puerto Vallarta
Traveling with Family?
- Swim with Dolphins:
- Play with Pirates
- Enjoy a day trip to Yelapa
- Snorkel, scuba dive, zipline, go tubing and more
When should you visit?
November to April is high season so you’ll enjoy better pricing outside of that time. Early June can be extremely warm and rainy season tends to run from mid June through October.
If you want to know more about Puerto Vallarta visit MomsGuideToTravel.com and the Puerto Vallarta tourism board’s website.