Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Puerto Vallarta Yacht Charters

Puerto Vallarta Yacht Charters 
PV Charters offers 30-100 ft  luxury yachts and Catamarans to explore Banderas Bay in Puerto Vallarta Mexico. You can go snorkeling,  Scuba diving, fishing, See whales, dolphins, sea turtles and more.

Sunday, December 11, 2016

Puerto Vallarta Vacation Reviews

Puerto Vallarta Vacation Reviews


Puerto Vallarta, Mexico is absolute heaven! The best hotel to stay at is Casa Kimberly, the former home of ElizabethTaylor and Richard Burton. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE

 I hope you enjoy my adventure in Puerto Vallarta and 5 amazing things to do here! And be sure to take a picture on the famous bridge! Casa Kimberly the hotel where I stayed: Casa Kimberly is the former love nest of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton! The hotel has been passionately reimagined as a romantic and glamorous escape for discerning travelers. Restaurants where I ate:

 The Iguana Restaurant: Casa Kimberly’s open air restaurant, The Iguana, overlooks the city of Puerto Vallarta and Banderas Bay and serves contemporary Mexican cuisine in an elegant but informal ambience. Hacienda San Angel: Hacienda San Angel creates memorable upscale Mexican and international meals at Hacienda San Angel Gourmet, the hotel’s highly regarded, full-service roof top restaurant. Where I hung out and ate at the beach: El Dorado has been a prime beachfront destination since the early 1960's. Sitting on one of the most popular beaches in Puerto Vallarta, playa los muertos, the Beach Club at El Dorado is the perfect place to lay out and enjoy an ice cold beer and an order of Fresh Fish Ceviche while sun bathing on their beautiful lounge chairs. And don't worry about shopping, all the vendors come to you! So sit in the sun, relax by the pool, drink tequila, eat delicious ceviche, enjoy mariachi music and have a blast in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico! Stuart Brazell

Puerto Vallarta vacation vlog

Puerto Vallarta vacation vlog

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Puerto Vallarta Tours

Puerto Vallarta Yacht Charters 
PV Charters offers 30-100 ft  luxury yachts and Catamarans to explore Banderas Bay in Puerto Vallarta Mexico. You can go snorkeling,  Scuba diving, fishing, See whales, dolphins, sea turtles and more.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Puerto Vallarta Events

Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico - Every September, know as El Mes de la Patria (The Month of Our Nation,) cities throughout Mexico host a series of colorful and patriotic festivities celebrating the events and people that eventually resulted in Mexico's Independence from Spain. But out of all the Mexican destinations you could visit on Independence Day, Puerto Vallarta has a special charm that makes it stand out from the rest. With its cobblestoned streets, red-tiled roofs and 'Old Mexico' disposition, Puerto Vallarta has become widely known as "The Most Mexican Beach Destination" - especially during the month of September, when Mexico's history and culture come alive! On every street corner there are vendors selling flags, balloons, sombreros and rehiletes - all in the national colors of red, white and green - and, as is tradition, the city celebrates the occasion with plenty of festivities, entertainment and activities from September 12th through the 16th. On Monday, September 12th, the celebration kicks off at 8:00 am with a Civic Ceremony at the Plaza de Armas (Main Plaza, downtown) commemorating the 1847 Gestic Heroica de San Patricio (Heroic Gesture of St. Patrick.) On Tuesday, September 13th, the celebrations start at 8 am with a civic ceremony to honor Los Niños Héroes (the Boy Heroes who defended Chapultepec Castle from invading U.S. forces in the 13 September 1847 Battle of Chapultepec, during the Mexican–American War) complete with a roll call, wreath and honor guard, in the main square of El Pitillal. Wednesday, September 14th starts off at 8:00 am with a Civic Ceremony at the Plaza de Armas marking the date in 1824 that the State of Chiapas was incorporated in the Federal pact (Incorporación del estado de Chiapas al pacto federal.) El Día Nacional del Charro (National Charro Day) is also celebrated on September 14th. At 10:00 am, more than 100 members of La Unión de Asociaciones de Charros de Puerto Vallarta (the Union of Puerto Vallarta Charros Associations) will start at the corner of Morelos and Guerrero and parade through downtown with great clamor. Downtown Puerto Vallarta comes alive that evening with a Kermés Revolucionaria featuring Antojitos Mexicanos, (Mexican snacks) in the Main Plaza from 6:00-10:30 pm, the traditional Maleconeada Charra (Charro Parade) that starts at the Hotel Rosita at 9:00 pm and winds its way down the Malecón to Los Arcos Amphitheater, where the Charro groups will present Floreo de Salón, (lasso exhibition) and other traditional entertainment like a Mariachi performance and a Fiesta Charra. While you are downtown, be sure to walk down the Malecón to the lighthouse stage, where you'll enjoy regional Mexican music and dance performances from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Meanwhile, at Hidalgo Park, a Fiesta Pata Salada ("salty leg," a term used for the people of Puerto Vallarta) featuring Antojitos Mexicanos, music and dance performances, will be held from 6:00 to 9:45 pm. Thursday, September 15, or the eve of Independence Day, is when the celebration really begins, as Vallarta commemorates the first and most significant episode of Mexico's history: Independence from Spain. The activities begin early, with a Civic Ceremony and Flag Raising to the National Anthem at the Plaza de Armas at 8:00 am. At 6:00 pm, the Fiesta Pata Salada, resumes in Hidalgo Park, with stands selling Antojitos Mexicanos (Be sure to try the punch, called Ponche, it's a drink made of seasonal fruits, sugarcane, raisins and apples, and it's delicious!) and live entertainment, until 9:45 pm. The entertainment begins at 7:00 pm with Pre-hispanic dance, Ranchero and folkloric dance performances. At 8:00 pm, head back to the city's center for a "Cultural Musical" performance by Grupo Huichol Cultural, followed by the Ballet Folklórico Municipal Xiutla at 9:00 pm, and Mariachi Nuevo Imperial at 10:00 pm. Just before 11:00 pm, everyone gathers together in front of La Presidencia, (the municipal government building) in La Plaza Principal to witness a dramatization of the bell tolling and the call to arms in which the mayor impersonates priest Miguel Hidalgo, the "Father of Independence." As the clock begins to strike eleven, silence falls over the citizens as Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña steps forward to ring the symbolic liberty bell and give El Grito de Dolores, met by the crowds' response of "Viva Mexico!" and "Viva la independencia!" in an emotion-packed traditional annual ritual. The ceremony reaches the high point when the crowd joins in proudly shouting out the names of the heroes of Mexico's Independence. When the grito ceremony ends, the sky lights up with multi-colored fireworks, followed by traditional Mexican dancers and musical groups, including Mariachis, at Los Arcos Amphitheater and along the Malecón. Friday, September 16th is a National Holiday, similar to July Fourth in the United States. Most people have the day off from work so they can attend the civic ceremony that commemorates the anniversary of the day Mexico's War of Independence began in 1810 at Hidalgo Park, and watch the traditional parade that starts at 10 am and winds through the streets of downtown Vallarta. From 4:00 to 11:00 pm, the second edition of the Feria del Taco will be held at Lazaro Cardenas Park, featuring 20 restaurants that specialize in preparing all kinds of tacos, two musical groups, a couple of pre-Hispanic food workshops. Click HERE for more information. At 6:00 pm, the Fiesta Pata Salada, resumes in Hidalgo Park, with stands selling Antojitos Mexicanos and live entertainment, until 9:45 pm. But the fun doesn't stop there! To liven up the patriotic celebrations, many restaurants feature special El Mes de la Patria menus to  to keep the party going - making this month a great time to visit Puerto Vallarta, Mexico! See source 

Sunday, September 4, 2016

Puerto Vallarta

Welcome To Puerto Vallarta Mexico this Website will give you the complete guide to having the dream Puerto Vallarta vacation that you deserve from hot Puerto Vallarta Hotel and Resort savings, action packed tours, local spa's, shopping, Sport fishing, City guides, and more! is here to help guide you to a perfect Puerto Vallarta vacation. see source 

Before John Huston’s 1964 film, The Night of the Iguana, Puerto Vallarta was a just sleepy fishing village on the Pacific Coast where the states of Jalisco and Nayarit meet. But Liz Taylor came to keep an eye on her lover Richard Burton while he was filming with the voluptuous Ava Gardner. The publicity buzz about Burton and Liz’s torrid affair and the movie put Vallarta on the tourist map. The Puerto Vallarta region is actually several destinations rolled into one, each with its own character and charm. The River Cuale divides the town into north and south. On the southern end is the quaint Romantic Zone where the Playa los Muertos attracts sun worshippers to its golden sand and countless beach bars. Further south the seaside villages of Boca de Tomatlan and Mismaloya where The Night of the Iguana was filmed beckon. North of the river, the Old Town meanders uphill to Gringo Gulch and along the bay where you’ll find the Plaza de Armas (main square) and Los Arcos amphitheatre where daily free performances draw crowds see source .
the Extreme Zip line 
Located in a protected tropical forest just outside of Puerto Vallarta, you will zip through a stunning treetop canopy on a series of thrilling zip lines - include Mexico's longest and fastest zip line at over 1,200 meters (nearly 4,000 feet) in length and reaching speeds of up to 100 kph (or 60 mph)! read more 

Welcome aboard the Luxury 2005 38ft Lagoon Catamaran equipped with 3 cabins, with air conditoning, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, interior dining, sun deck, wide lounge and cockpit, The Lagoon 380´s swift hulls are a direct result of the considerable progress achieved in read more 

My Marlin Sportfishing Charters is located in the Marina Vallarta in Puerto Vallarta Mexico. Puerto Vallarta is well known for it’s Cow Yellowfin Tuna and Marlin fishing and if you want to catch a big fish then you want to fish with us. My Marlin Sportfishing is Managed by captain Steve Torres one of the most well known big game fishing captains in Mexico and holds the record for Marlin here in his home town Puerto Vallarta. Puerto Vallarta is great fishing all year around high season for big Blue and Black Marlin are July read more 

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Zip lines and ATV Combo Tour

Enjoy an action filled day and one of the newest tours here in PV. Jump aboard the ATV canopy combo! We offer the best vehicles In Puerto Vallarta You will be driving Honda 350 cc ATV'S on the way up to the  mountains to the zip line tour. where you will see a great Puerto Vallarta as You reach the the Canopy tour You will enjoy 12 zip lines. Our ride is completely safe and is suitable for all groups Price is $110 for a single atv or double atv's are $175 USD for 2 people both prices inlcude ATV and canopy tour.  email