Puerto Vallarta, considered one of the three most important tourist destinations in Mexico, faces frequent problems of water scarcity due to rapid population growth and the proliferation of apartments, luxury condominiums, and hotels with more than 22,000 rooms.
In the Easter holiday period, with the massive arrival of visitors to one of the main tourist destinations in the country, the situation worsens in popular neighborhoods, which have problems keeping up with the water demand.
However, exclusive areas such as Conchas Chinas and Amapas, as well as central neighborhoods such as Emiliano Zapata, Versalles, and . . .