This destination has it all. In addition to a warm, welcoming atmosphere, this location appeals to all types of travelers.
There are several unique shops and restaurants for those who enjoy trips into local towns and cities; waters lovers can get their fix of snorkeling and surfing, and anyone looking for a wellness retreat will find many options for this throughout the year.
What to do in Puerto Vallarta?
First and foremost, you must exhaust the mile-long Malecon Boardwalk, browse the markets in the Old Town and walk all the way along Playa de los Muertos at sunset for rich orange skies and romantic views. But there are three more activities particularly worth sharing, as you might not find them on the regular tourism sites.
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What to do in Riviera Nayarit?
Luxury yacht and snorkel tour
A yacht tour around Banderas Bay will be a high point of your trip, no doubt.The day is spent sunbathing on a French-made catamaran, being served unlimited drinks and snacks, as you are taken on a sightseeing expedition around the bay, dipping in and out of the sea as you go.
We went in the late morning and even got to see dolphins jumping alongside the boat.
Once in the water, we could really grasp the beauty of the marine life up close, swimming with tropical fish in the Majahuitas Cove. We then docked up at the sandy bay for some sunbathing, where I was sure to get a good ‘jumping in mid-air photo’ to bring home as a souvenir.