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While the President of the Business Association in Puerto Vallarta-Bahia de Banderas, Jorge Villanueva said that he is regenerating interest in having Puerto Vallarta added to Mexico’s Pueblos Magicos (Magical Towns) program, Secretary of Tourism of Jalisco, Enrique Ramos Flores, says not so fast. The proposal to designate Puerto Vallarta as a Magical Town has...
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The Mayor of Sayulita, José Gómez, accompanied by the Director of Tourism, Yoseff Amid Flores Verduzco Pérez, attended a conference with residents and business owners where the State Secretary unveiled the creation of 12 new Magical Towns, one which is intended to be Sayulita. The Federal Government program allows a $4 billion peso investment in...
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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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It has been some 50 years since the release of the movie which brought Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton to Puerto Vallarta and put this tiny fishing village firmly on the map. During the making of The Night of the Iguana, the eyes of the world turned to this corner of Mexico as they watched...
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Journalists representing Sunday Mirror, Mail on Sunday, Daily Express, Manchester Evening News, Cosmopolitan, Woman Magazine, and Sunday Times, have all come to “Live it to believe it”, the area’s tourism slogan. The media will experience some of the area’s ecotourism adventures, such as, Las Marietas Island, an international icon of the Vallarta-Nayarit tourism campaigns. The...
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Mexico’s Pacific coast, and especially its northern stretches, has long been the playground of American tourists: now, thanks to new weekly flights to Puerto Vallarta from Gatwick and Manchester with Thomson, we Britons can join them in the sand pit. Puerto Vallarta itself may not be quite on the scale of Cancún or Acapulco, but...
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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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