Travel Channel Mexico, Televisa, and Foro TV accepted an invitation to explore eco-tourism in Puerto Vallarta by the city’s tourism department.
Foro TV produced a video introduction to Puerto Vallarta with a focus on eco-tourism for a travel piece to be broadcasted nationally in February to an estimated 1.5 million viewers. The program on Foro TV is called ‘Creadores Universitarios’.
Mexico’s Travel Channel prepared video for a seven day series on Puerto Vallarta in 30-minute segments in the Sol & Luna program. The series is expected to also air in February promoting tourism in Puerto Vallarta and the Bay of Banderas.
Notimex also announced they are preparing a report for release to their subscribers in coming weeks.
All film crews had the opportunity to experience whale watching in the Bay of Banderas and were able to capture the ocean’s most amazing creatures playing off the shores of Puerto Vallarta.
In Yelapa crews took the opportunity to capture the areas wildlife, plants, and waterfalls in the area. Other activities included canopy tours and local island tours.
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The Tourism Trust Puerto Vallarta (FIDETUR) organized the visits through the city’s public relations department to introduce the media outlets to the unique and diverse tourism options Puerto Vallarta offers on land, sea, and sky.
January has been a very active month in Puerto Vallarta for television crews and production with the filming of ‘Mi corazón es tuyo’ and the announcement of next season of ‘The Bachelor’ being filmed in the Vallarta-Nayarit area.
In recent weeks the area has captured the attention of television crews with the filming of ‘Mi corazón es tuyo’ and the announcement of this season’s ‘The Bachelor’ being filmed on location around Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit.