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Lo de Marcos
With sustainability being more important for travellers than ever and 2019 set to be the biggest year for ecotourism, you may be amongst those searching for the perfect eco-holiday! Puerto Vallarta, in the state of Jalisco, and Riviera Nayarit, in the state of Nayarit, have long been two beautiful destinations offering sustainable activities that explore...
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The 2018-2019 Farmer’s Market season is almost here! Most markets open the first week of November, right in the middle of fall season and right on time to welcome the wave of winter tourists, or snowbirds, who flock here from the United States and Canada. The markets are locally known as “tianguis” and they set...
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With just over 30 days until the Tianguis officially reopens for its 5th Season, the Tianguis office is starting to get a little crazy! On Saturday, November 3rd, The Tianguis Lo de Marcos will open its doors and you are invited for opening day. Season #5 will include live music each week and for the...
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Islas Marietas
The marine life both on the island and its surroundings is a genuine treasure; it’s also one of the top birdwatching destinations in all of Mexico. If you thought you had seen everything there was to see and you still haven’t visited the Islas Marietas (Marietas Islands), the truth is, you haven’t seen anything yet!...
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Over one million sea turtles are released every year in Riviera Nayarit, which has become a sanctuary for these tiny chelonians thanks to the many turtle camps that dot its more than 307 km (190 mi) of coastline, all dedicated to their conservation and protection. The entire process of preservation and releasing the sea turtle...
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paradise
What does your perfect holiday look like? Do you dream up white sandy coastlines, melting pink sunsets, bowing palm trees, diving dolphins and flavoursome cocktails? Does your imagination run wild, or does this place in your mind actually exist? Many direct flights will lead you to Mexico’s Pacific Coast, home to Puerto Vallarta and Riviera...
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beach clean up
The Riviera Nayarit Beach Cleanup Network (BCN) turns two on June 11, 2016. On that day, several groups of volunteers will gather along the coast of Nayarit to take part in the 25th cleanup of beaches, rivers, islands and ravines. “Congratulations and thanks to all those who have made this environmental and cultural project possible,...
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puerto vallarta gay
Puerto Vallarta Puerto Vallarta has an iconic reputation as an extremely welcoming LGBT-friendly destination. The town has an authentic Spanish atmosphere, and there are many gay hotels in the area.  All accommodation options offer a great value for money, which is always a bonus when planning a honeymoon or romantic getaway. It is worth mentioning...
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The first Lo de Marcos Sea Turtle Festival will be held next Saturday, October 10, 2015, to help promote the protection of this vital endangered species, as well as create an engaging experience filled with art, sports and culture in this microdestination, one of the Pueblos Pintorescos (Picturesque Towns) of the Riviera Nayarit. The event...
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The Riviera Nayarit is a Sea Turtle Sanctuary with turtle camps located in Nuevo Vallarta, Carreyeros, Sayulita, San Pancho, Lo de Marcos, Punta Raza, El Naranjo, Boca de Chila, Platanitos, San Blas, Los Corchos, El Sesteo and La Puntilla Banderas Bay along the coast that stretches from Banderas Bay to Tecuala passing through Compostela, San...
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The Riviera Nayarit’s Beach Cleanup Network (RLP by its acronym in Spanish) is celebrating its first year of activity along the coast of Nayarit, including its beaches, rivers, islands and streams. The Riviera Nayarit Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) would like to thank each and every one of the citizens who have participated in this...
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Riviera Nayarit welcomes the new Tianguis Lo De Marcos, which will feature the works of over 40 talented Artisans including growers of Organic Produce, and a Food Court with a handful of select providers selling an impressive selection of food items you are not likely to find elsewhere. “Everyone involved with the Production of Tianguis...
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San Francisco, or San Pancho as it is more commonly referred to, is a quaint Mexican village nestled between the verdant Sierra Madre Mountains and jungle and a long stretch of pristine Pacific coast. In close enough proximity (hour drive) to the international airport at Puerto Vallarta, yet full of small town appeal, San Pancho...
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