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Puerto Vallarta is experiencing a very active sea turtle nesting season, according to Emanuel Rivas Rivera, a volunteer for the Marine Turtle Protection Association. According to Rivera, it has been difficult for the organization to keep up with the collection of eggs this year. The nesting season in Puerto Vallarta begins in June and ends in January. During this period, the collection of about 3,000 nests is estimated, of which around 300,000 eggs may be collected. Out of every 1,000 turtles, only one will survive to be an adult and return to Puerto Vallarta to nest their own babies.

Air operations between Puerto Vallarta and the United States last September exceeded the numbers of 2019 before the pandemic when there were 7,300 operations throughout the year, and from January to September of 2021, flights reached 7,600. And to add to tourism returning to Mexico, the United States has said starting in November the borders will be reopened for travelers between the US and Mexico after being closed for 19 months.

  • COVID-19 in Jalisco increases 37% in the last week after mask mandate is lifted Since the Government of Jalisco eliminated the mask mandate, COVID infections have increased by 37% in the State. After more than two years of the pandemic, on May 10 the use of face masks in public and private places became optional. The sanitary measure was only maintained in public transport and in hospitals. From that…
  • Authorities have only reviewed 2 of the 15 cameras at hotel where Debanhi’s body was found Mario Escobar, Debanhi’s father, revealed that only the video recordings of two of the fifteen cameras that were found in the Nueva Castilla Motel during the last search have been analyzed. He reported that he made a request to review all the videos, through the Executive Commission for Victim Assistance. At a press conference, the…
  • Coca-Cola will build recycling plant in Puerto Vallarta Coca-Cola Mexico will invest $175 million pesos in the construction and expansion of collection and recycling plants in the country this year, one being in Puerto Vallarta. Mario García, director of North Region Operations of the company, said that $45 million pesos of the investment will be used to expand the infrastructure of the PetStar…
  • Municipal Civil Protection Council of Puerto Vallarta in permanent session during hurricane season With the beginning of the rainy season and tropical cyclones for the Mexican Pacific, the Municipal Civil Protection Council of Puerto Vallarta declared itself in permanent session, with which authorities from the different levels of government, educational institutions, and instances of the private sector, will maintain permanent coordination to activate preventive actions, protection and attention…
  • 10-year-old Sofía Guillermina Ortiz Rodríguez is Mayor for the Day in Puerto Vallarta With a dream of one day becoming the mayor of Puerto Vallarta, Sofía Guillermina Ortiz Rodríguez said she was proud to be mayor for a day. The 10-year-old girl, a fourth-grade student at the Héroes de la Patria elementary school, along with 15 other boys and girls, became members of the Cabildo Infantil 2022 (Children’s…
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