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At a press conference, the council president, Martin Ontiveros Puebla, said this is the fourth year that Puerto Vallarta will participate in the national promotion to encourage retail shopping, the event is November 14 – 17. He said each year the event has grown, noting that in 2012 there were 450 participating businesses and this...
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This year the International Fireworks Festival in Puerto Vallarta will also host cultural events including renowned international artists such as Lila Downs, Alex Lora, Celso Piña, and others. In addition, the event will include the presentation of the Guelaguetza from the State of Oaxaca, the Philharmonic Orchestra, and the State of Jalisco Orchestra. The Guelaguetza...
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Through the Foundation Fundación Mundo Cuervo, the José Cuervo Company will invest $300 million over the next 10 years in the construction of the project that will increase tourism in Tequila, Jalisco. Juan Beckmann, President of Administration for José Cuervo, announced the plan to build a new train route connecting Tequila with Puerto Vallarta, Guadalajara...
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Beyond the pristine beaches of the Bay of Banderas lies the opportunity to immerse oneself into the untapped beauty of nature. Visitors can learn about turtles and sea lions in their natural environment, or take the chance to stop by the SPCA Puerto Vallarta and volunteer to help those animals still in need of a...
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Upon arrival, a sign welcomes guests with “The Friendliest City in the World,” but coming into the city it appears the center has run out of “friends” along the malecón and Morelos Street – abandoned store fronts, something unthinkable a few years ago. One empty restaurant displays a sign, “this restaurant is closed because a...
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Secretary of Tourism for the state of Jalisco, Enrique Ramos Flores, and the Secretary of Transportation, Mauricio Gudiño, attended a meeting today with taxi drivers and managers in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Among the topics discussed was the responsibility of the Secretary of Tourism in Jalisco to ensure proper training of taxi drivers. Enrique Ramos Flores,...
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Today the port will roll out the red carpet for three arrivals on the same day; Norwegian Sun, Star Princess, and Holland Westerdam. This week VallartaDaily introduces you to the Star Princess and her economic impact on Puerto Vallarta. Step aboard the Star Princess As you step aboard the Star Princess you are welcomed into...
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Hurricane Simon formed on Friday off Mexico’s Pacific coast, bringing further heavy rain and strong swells to Baja California, which was battered by heavy rains last month. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Simon was about 280 miles (445 km) south-southwest of the southern tip of Baja California, which suffered record damage from hurricane Odile...
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On Thursday, October 2, the Puerto Vallarta Botanical Garden was awarded the prestigious Enterprise Award by the Jardins Sans Limites de Metz organization in France. The award was to honor the great success in the design and construction of the new Orchid Conservatory. The Conservatory of Mexican Orchids is a space that houses more than 200...
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Vallarta Nayarit Gastronomica 2014 – Oct. 22-25 Chefs from all over the world will convene for this gastronomical celebration and educational experience with special events like Glamour Night at River Café and the Gourmet Party at De Santos. www.vallartanayaritgastronomica.com Día De Los Muertos – Oct. 31- Nov. 2 Pre-Hispanic religion, life, death, art, sorrow and...
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Tropical Storm Simon formed off the coast of the Mexican Pacific, expected to become a hurricane by Saturday, creates the potential for intense torrential rains and high waves along the West Coast of Mexico, the National Weather Service warns. The agency reports that at 3:00 AM, Simon was 420 kilometers (260 miles) southwest of Puerto...
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Discover Historic Downtown Puerto Vallarta through a free sightseeing tour where staff from the Municipal Tourism Administration will guide you on a walk through the most legendary places in the center of the city. The tours last for 2 hours and are walking tours through the city visiting key places throughout centro; Los Muertos Pier,...
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It is possible that Tropical Storm Simon will bring torrential rain falls to the Puerto Vallarta area, says meteorologist Victor Lopez, who said the storm can present a large-scale event in the area. Experts from the University of the Costa explain that there is a strong weather activity in the South Pacific coast of Mexico...
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Global seed technology giant Monsanto said on Monday it has launched a global center in Mexico for developing conventional hybrid strains of corn, part of the company’s push to boost output of the planet’s most widely produced grain. The center, based in Tlajomulco de Zuniga on the southern fringe of the western city of Guadalajara,...
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Fireworks! Paint some pottery, great fun with friends and family. Open this week Thursday – Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM. Come in and unleash the artist in you at FireWorks! Our cheery studio is the ideal place to paint your heart out! Even non-artistic types are welcome to select their favorite piece to paint,...
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