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October 16, 2014
Where is Conchas Chinas? Conchas Chinas is a neighborhood, or zone, of Puerto Vallarta Mexico, located just south of downtown past Los Muertos Beach. Zona Conchas Chinas is also home to Playa Conchas Chinas (Conchas Chinas Beach). The term Conchas Chinas means “Chinese Shells” referring to the type of shell found only on the beaches...
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The exclusive tropical beach hideaway, Las Caletas, offers wedding parties, large and small the ideal location for the destination wedding of your dreams. With the majestic Sierra Madre Mountains as your ultimate tropical backdrop, the seclusion, and breath taking natural beauty, Las Caletas is the perfect location for an unforgettable celebration. Accessible only by boat,...
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With years of experience coordinating and designing Puerto Vallarta weddings, destination weddings, and special events for groups of all sizes, we are ready to create any event in the Banderas Bay area. We are seasoned wedding planners, prepared for any scenario and making your dream come true is our goal. We know our way around...
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The 9th Mexico City International Documentary Film Festival, which will run from October 29 to November 9, will screen 103 documentaries and 72 short films, revealed the organizers at press conference Wednesday. The festival will take place in 12 theaters and 28 public spaces in Mexico City, and some of the documentaries will be screened...
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Centro, or Downtown, Puerto Vallarta begins to the north of the Malecón (Boardwalk) at the point where paved streets become cobblestones and southward to the River Cuale. Centro is the home to Cathedral Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Malécon, the main city square, numerous art galleries, the famous Gringo Gulch are where Richard Burton bought...
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Passport and Visa Requirements for Travel to Mexico Passports: A valid passport is required by nationals referred to in the chart above; however, it is highly advisable that your passport is valid for at least six months after the date of entry to Mexico as immigration officials and airlines may apply different criteria than those...
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Feel the magic of the jungle and see all of the local animals plus many exotic animals from throughout the world at the Puerto Vallarta Zoo. Admire the majestic white tigers and the elegant flamingos, feel the tenderness of the macaco and the squirrel monkey. Enjoy the ferocity of the lions and jaguars, discover enigmatic...
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Los Muertos Beach – or Playa de los Muertos – may not sound like the most promising place for a day by the sand, but for an authentic and truly lively Puerto Vallarta beach experience, it can’t be beat. Los Muertos Beach is the most active beach along Banderas Bay offering Parasailing, Stand Up Paddle...
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It’s been nearly 40 years since the Fiesta Americana Puerto Vallarta opened its doors to travelers around the world, and ever since it has received only the highest reviews from its many new and return visitors. On nearly every consumer review site, this AAA Four Diamond resort has earned ratings of more than 4.5 for its excellent service,...
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In fact, Mexico is the leading exporter of human foods and the second leading exporter of medical devices into the United States. It ranks third in the number of imported lines of animal and human drugs (including antibiotics), biologics, and medicated feed and also is a major exporter of cosmetics and tobacco products to the...
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The Hotel Zone gets it’s name for the obvious reason, the high concentration of hotels along the stretch between Marina Vallarta and El Centro (Downtown Puerto Vallarta). Beyond hotels, the area also hosts several shopping and dining options, along with the Mega Grocery Store and the city athletic center, and Golds Gym. Due to the...
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Not to be confused with the Marina Terminal where the cruise ships dock and the majority of tours depart from – although that facility is just a few minutes south of here – this 544-acre planned residential and resort development revolves around Mexico’s largest marina and a popular 18-hole golf course. Less than two decades...
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Enjoy the magic sunset which invades the emotions of visitors and locals alike, who do not cease to be amazed by the natural colors radiating from the sunset and preceding the lighting which begins after the sun has gone down. With the versatility of being able to enjoy from a drink to a delicious seafood...
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An hour sea cruise takes us past the twilight town of Vallarta. Glistening in shades of fiery gold and pink, illuminated by the setting sun, this picturesque town offers a photographic opportunity impossible to resist. By night, the secluded cove of Las Caletas presents a mesmerizing vision of flickering torches under a star-studded sky. Soft...
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You’ll take a boat ride to this lovely beach hideaway. Explore the surrounding tropical vegetation, relax in a hammock on the golden beach, or discover the wonders of the bay while kayaking or snorkeling. Your day includes a buffet lunch, all inclusive beverages, guided snorkeling and kayaking tours, parrot encounters, nature walks and yoga. Also,...
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