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 accommodations and delightful dining scene. Once a timid fishing village, Puerto Vallarta now ranks close to Acapulco, and it is proud to have numerous activities and breath-taking attractions for the visitors to enjoy.
Gustavo Diaz Ordaz International Airport is the major gateway to the charming city of Puerto Vallarta. From the airport, light-packers can ride a bus going to their destined location. Taxis and cars-for-hire are also found in the airport, ready to lead tourists to their respective destinations. Most of the hotels offer car-rental on their homepage for their guests, and with just a minimal amount, this can be an excellent choice when getting around the city.
Puerto Vallarta sits in the heart of Bay of Banderas, Mexico’s largest bay, and its unique location may be the reason why the town’s scenery and features are simply beyond compare. The town is abundant when it comes to marine life, picturesque wildlife, relaxing spas and world-class beach and resorts. The regions of Puerto Vallarta offer various attractions, each with distinct character and charm. If the purpose of the tour is for a relaxed and laid-back holiday, the many beaches of Puerto Vallarta grant an opportunity to experience clear waters and fine sands. Its downtown, Rivera Cuale is divided into two regions.
The south part, called the Romantic Zone, is where Playa los Muertos is found, a destination popular for its beaches and night bars. Malecon is located at the border of Romantic Zone and it is where a collection of bronze sculptures is found, together with Puerto Vallarta’s famous seahorse. Meanwhile, the north side is called the Hotel Zone where most of the hotels, resorts and restaurants are seen. Puerto Vallarta has close-to-perfect weather which entices everyone to go outdoors and explore all its wonders and beauty.
Part of the Puerto Vallarta holiday is savoring its local cuisine and relishing in its world-class dining scene. Its rich culture and colorful history paved the way to a diverse dining options starting from the food stand’s authentic tacos to 5-star hotels’ lavish buffet. The beachside is inviting as it is where tropical drinks and the freshest catch of the day are served, and when the night approaches, this part of the beach becomes lively and upbeat.
Because Puerto Vallarta has a lot to offer, tourists always prefer to stay in its premises quite longer. Here, extensive options for staying and sleeping are available, and each has their own amenities and features to be proud of. The Hotel Zone has the most number of upscale and high-end accommodations, while there are decent, clean and pleasant bed and breakfasts, apartments and boutique hotels in the Old Town. With Puerto Vallarta’s long list of hotels and B&B’s, there is certainly one that makes the stay an endearing one.