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The CEO of APIBCS, Jesus Gonzalez Robles, said this morning that this was the first arrival of the Miracle cruise liner to Port of Pichilingue bringing 2,395 passengers and 931 crew members. He stated that Port of Pichilingue was the best alternative to avoid weather conditions on the planned route to Puerto Vallarta and that...
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Deforestation is down in the Mexican forest that is the winter home of the Monarch butterfly, and scientists also hope to see a rebound in the annual migration after it fell to historic lows last year, an expert said Thursday. Omar Vidal of the World Wildlife Fund said two to three times more Monarchs may...
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Fireworks! Paint some pottery, great fun with friends and family. Open this week Thursday – Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM. Come in and unleash the artist in you at FireWorks! Our cheery studio is the ideal place to paint your heart out! Even non-artistic types are welcome to select their favorite piece to paint,...
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October will kick off “High Season” in Puerto Vallarta with the arrival of 13 cruise ships bringing an estimated 34,000 passengers and leaving a local economical impact of $3 million dollars. According to the Port Authority, beginning October 6, there will be continuous ship arrivals beginning with the Norweigian Pearl with over two thousand passengers....
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One of the most popular destinations on Mexico’s Pacific Coast is Puerto Vallarta where stunning beaches, breath-taking scenery, majestic waterfalls and lush greenery welcome travelers. Being a famous tourist spot blessed Puerto Vallarta with excellent hotel accommodations and excellent restaurant scene. Once a timid fishing village, Puerto Vallarta now ranks above Acapulco as a top...
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This Friday, September 26, Puerto Vallarta will welcome the Coral Princess cruise ship, her first visit to Puerto Vallarta and the only planned stop in Mexico in route to Costa Rica with two thousand passengers. The ship set sail on Tuesday from Los Angeles and was originally scheduled to arrive in Cabo San Lucas but...
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The fourteenth named storm of the Pacific hurricane season intensified Wednesday (September 3) and became Hurricane Norbert. The storm — which is 195 miles south of the southern tip of Baja, California — has forced at least one cruise line to alter a cruise itinerary. Regent Seven Seas has canceled calls to Cabo San Lucas...
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Destination weddings offer couples a chance to have a unique wedding in the location of their dreams. A destination wedding will offer couples the opportunity to plan a wedding that is more intimate, mostly because many of their family and friends will not be able to attend a wedding that is so far away from...
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A January 2014 report from the monarchs’ overwintering forest areas in Mexico indicated that only 1.65 acres were occupied by monarchs this winter. That makes this the third straight year of steep declines. The overwintering areas have been monitored since 1993 and the largest occupied area was 45 acres in 1996. A number of factors...
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