The first stage of “Puerto Mágico”, the new cruise ship terminal in Puerto Vallarta will be completed by the end of 2018, including a shopping center and parking area.
Investor Carlos Gererd Guzmán said that this passenger terminal will have an investment of around $200 million pesos and will welcome thousands of tourists who arrive by international cruises and thousands of tourists using national companies that regularly use the terminal services in tours of Banderas Bay.
“Of the new passenger terminal, the first part that was the commitment of the government, President Enrique Peña Nieto, is officially delivered this month.”
He said that in fact, part of the facility is already working, because “it is a living work, international cruise ships continue arriving, along with domestic and foreign tourists taking smaller boats and then visit the beaches of the region.: Caletas, Marietas, Quimixto, Yelapa and, Las Ánimas”.
The complete project of this new passenger terminal will have a tequila hacienda, a museum and shop, dedicated to the State’s drink recognized worldwide all expected to be completed this year.
The second part of the project started last month, the construction of the shopping center and parking area since in the front of the Port Administration Integral (API).
Recently they began the works of foundation and placement of steel bars in what will be the commercial center and the parking lot that will be complementary to the new passenger terminal.
These are works that can not be seen, but which are fundamental to carry out both projects this year.
The Puerto Vallarta aquarium project is also in process and will be completed in February next year, with the exhibition of 300 marine species.
According to the concessionary company, Blue Life, the project has been underway for weeks and although the works are not seen at the moment, the work is on schedule.