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San Pancho
Bird Watching
The San Pancho Bird Observatory (OASP by its acronym in Spanish) sent out a press release announcing the installation of second-generation informational signage in the different birdwatching routes in San Pancho, the Cultural Capital of the Riviera Nayarit. “These signs have helped raise awareness with the locals regarding the importance of maintaining a rich biodiversity...
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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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From music festivals and food festivals to sporting events and city tours, March has something for everyone in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit. XXIV International Banderas Bay Regatta (March 9-12) The Nuevo Vallarta Yacht Club will receive sailboats from North America to compete in the best destination for sailing in the Mexican Pacific and enjoy...
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Few places can claim to have it all, but at two neighboring destinations on Mexico’s Pacific Coast, there really is something for everyone. From artisan markets and adventure style activities, to board walking and bird watching, to rich culture, delicious cuisine and everything in between, travelers of every pace and personality will find what they...
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With December proving to be one of the most exciting months of the year in Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit there’s no better time than now to chase a dream and make a last minute change to your Christmas Schedule. Why Visit? Why give up the tree, the turkey, the presents and the comfort...
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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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Today will be mostly sunny with less than 10% chance of rain. The high will be 80F / 27C – 65% Humidity. Today’s Events in Puerto Vallarta: 9 AM –Take a free tour of the Historic Center and Romantic Zone of Puerto Vallarta 9 AM – Head out for an afternoon at the San Pancho...
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Vallarta-Nayarit on Mexico’s Pacific coast is poised to become the country’s hottest new vacation destination. Vallarta-Nayarit attracts a diverse cross-section of travelers – from well-heeled superstars like Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin to easygoing backpackers carrying a surfboard under their arm. Best of all, development is being carried out at a sustainable pace, ensuring the...
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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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Cancun, the Riviera Maya, Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas might be some of the most popular and recognizable destinations in Mexico, but there are plenty of lesser-known options located close to these locales that are just far enough off the beaten path to show visitors what the real Mexico is all about. In fact,...
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It’s a favorite spot of Hollywood A-listers and draws a different crowd from the spring breakers who flood Cancun. Start your Riviera Nayarit adventure at the Marieta Islands, which are a few miles off the coast of Nayarit. A protected national park, the uninhabited islands are perfect for whale-watching, snorkeling, paddleboarding or just relaxing on...
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