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The US Department of State published the annual update to the Travel Alerts for Mexico on Thursday morning and classified parts of the country between level 2 and 4, recommending that people visiting Mexican territory be alert for the possibility of risks. There are no restrictions or advisories issued for Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, Chapala, or...
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American, Alan Pal, 57 years old, was found dead aboard the ‘El Roro’ boat docked in Marina Vallarta. According to the report, it was confirmed that on Tuesday, November 13, at 12:31 pm, at Marina Vallarta, Pier 21, reported that on the boat “El Roro” a male named Alan Pal, of American origin, 57 years...
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A diversity of artistic works will occupy Puerto Vallarta‘s most emblematic public spaces, with the launching of the “Caravan Festival” that, under the organization of the municipal government, through the Vallartense Institute of Culture (IVC), will offer free entertainment for the whole family. In its first edition corresponding to the autumn-winter season, the “Caravan Festival”...
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More Americans are traveling for Thanksgiving than ever, according to Allianz Global Assistance’s Top 10 Thanksgiving Destination Index, which saw an eight percent increase in travelers from 2017. For the fourth year running, New York City and Cancun are Americans’ preferred domestic and international Thanksgiving destinations, respectively. Allianz Global Assistance reviewed Americans’ travel plans* around...
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Nepal’s tradition of honoring dogs at Kukur Tihar has been taken around the world by a collective of Mexican animal rights groups that have started celebrating the festival too. Last week, after Nepal worshipped its dogs, Mexicans brought out their pets in the Mexico City’s Revolution Square and in Puerto Vallarta, garlanding and smearing vermilion...
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The number of people injured has climbed to 44 after bleachers collapsed in the ‘preferred seating’ section at the “Desert Tour” concert by Yuridia at the Hard Rock Hotel venue in Nuevo Vallarta. A half-hour prior to the show, fans in the preferred seating area began to feel movement in the structure that was over...
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Lush beaches and balmy breezes set the scene this past weekend as fundraisers cast their lines to benefit cystic fibrosis research and patient care. From November 8-11, 150 guests enjoyed a weekend of world-class fishing, challenging golf, spa treatments and unlimited gourmet food and refreshing libations at the Villa Premiere Boutique Hotel, all while helping...
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The Madonnari Festival returns to Puerto Vallarta for its 13th year, bringing chalk art back to the streets of downtown, an event organized by the committee of sister cities Puerto Vallarta-Santa Bárbara, in coordination with the City Council. The inscriptions and activities begin this Friday until Sunday, November 11 in the side corridors of the...
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At least 370 pilgrimages and about 100,000 people will participate in this year’s traditional 12-day celebration of the Virgin of Guadalupe. The pilgrims will arrive between December 1 – 12 in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe in Puerto Vallarta, as the pastor Roberto Cordero Robles announced the plans for this year during the religious...
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After the dissatisfaction of users of public transport in Puerto Vallarta over the bus fare increase applied last Friday, the Governor of the State, Aristotle Sandoval, said that the increase could be canceled for the units that do not comply with the improvement of the service. “For all those buses and routes not using the...
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From January to September, 1,389 robberies were reported in Puerto Vallarta, 271 more than in the same period of 2017. Robberies in this number include home, business, banks, vehicles, and pedestrians. Despite the fact that the theft of pedestrians on public roads ranks fifth in terms of the rest of the other types of thefts...
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After eight days of staying at the international bridge Paso del Norte, the Honduran migrant Gerson Valeriano Soto decided not to enter the United States to apply for political asylum and will stay in Mexico with the best option to find work in Puerto Vallarta. The Honduran migrant said he didn’t see any reason to...
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