Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Canopy Zipline in Puerto Vallarta, Best Zip Lines in PV

 Soar over the treetop canopy during a zipline tour in Puerto Vallarta. Designed with adventure seekers in mind, this tour guides you through 11 different ziplines that vary in length, speed, and scenery, to give you the best birds-eye views of the sprawling rainforest. Plus, you can choose from several start times to suit your schedule. Satisfy an appetite for adventure during a ziplining experience in Puerto Vallarta No previous zipline experience is required to enjoy this tour Pick a departure time that's best for you Choose a convenient pickup location to suit you

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What's Included Round Transportation from our office at Zona Hotelera Norte Safety Equipment Canopy Tour 9 Zip Lines Water Stations During Zip Lines Tequila Tasting Food and Drinks Pictures and Videos Gratuities

 ATV and RZR Jorullo Bridge Experience in Puerto Vallarta

Overview During this half-day, adventure-filled excursion, you’ll have a chance to whip down Jorullo Bridge—the longest suspension bridge in Latin America—on your own rugged ATV or RZR vehicle. Choose to go in groups of four, pairs, or alone as you enjoy panoramic views over the Sierra Madre. Shared tours include round-trip transfers from Puerto Vallarta and an optional tequila tasting. A half-day Jorullo Bridge ATV or RZR adventure tour Escape the city and encounter rugged jungle landscapes Enjoy a splash in scenic El Salto waterfall on your way to the suspension bridge Top off your ride with a tequila ride in a panoramic mountaintop location

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What's Included Round transportation from our office Tequila tasting (optional) Visit to Jorullo Bridge Visit to El Salto Waterfall Food and Drinks Gratuities Collision Insurance ($20 USD x ATV, $30 USD x RZR) Pool Access after tour $ 170 MXN or $ 10 USD each guest

Sunday, July 21, 2024


Boat and Snorkel Tour to 5 Islands of Los Arcos

Los Arcos National Marine Park in Banderas Bay has some of the best snorkeling spots in Mexico—if you’re able to reach them. With this small-group tour, your guide takes you to the best places for snorkeling in the marine park, and the park’s five islands, famed for sea caves and for serving as natural bird sanctuaries. 

A small-group snorkeling tour of Los Arcos National Marine Park Value: Includes national park permits and use of snorkel gear Small group ensures personalized attention from your guide Enter sea caves and visit bird sanctuaries on five islands What's Included Use of Snorkeling equipment Life vest Boat ride Permits for National Park Bus fee

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Friday, July 19, 2024


Downtown Puerto Vallarta Food Tour with Vallarta Food Tours

If your are a foodie, we highly recommend you try this!!!

Get acquainted with Puerto Vallarta's delicious food scene on this 3.5-hour food and eating walking tour. With an expert foodie leading the way, sample the diverse array of the city's edible delights, from tacos to sweets on this culinary adventure. Stop at several spots to sample the food and see some of the town's highlights to learn about the history of Puerto Vallarta. This small-group tour ensures plenty of personalized attention. Suitable for all age groups and fitness levels. Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city Sample a variety of dishes and treats from several eateries Get inside tips from a local Small group ensures personal service

Thursday, July 18, 2024



Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco - The Cultural Projects Office (OPC) of Puerto Vallarta has launched its exciting Summer Nights program, a weekly cultural celebration held every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. This initiative aims to enrich the local community with a diverse array of live music performances, poetry readings, art exhibitions, cinema screenings, and thought-provoking talks, all complemented by innovative and refreshing drinks. 

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Wednesday, July 17, 2024

 The Release Of Sea Turtles In Puerto Vallarta 

A natural miracle that represents the beautiful fragility of sea turtles. Credit: Guillermo Hernandez Rosales, July 2nd, 2024.

The coast of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, is a special place where various species of sea turtles nest, including the olive ridley turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea), the leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea), and the black turtle (Chelonia mydas agassizii). Each year, these turtles return to the beaches where they were born to lay their eggs in the sand. This phenomenon is known as philopatry and is an incredibly precise process, as the turtles are able to find the same beach using the Earth's magnetic field as a compass.

Once the female turtles reach the beach, they dig nests in the sand where they deposit their eggs. This process can take several hours, as the turtles dig deep holes with their hind flippers to ensure their eggs are protected from predators and adverse environmental conditions. After laying between 80 and 120 eggs, the females carefully cover the nest with sand and return to the ocean, leaving their eggs under the protection of nature.

The incubation period for sea turtle eggs lasts between 45 and 70 days, depending on the temperature of the sand. During this time, the eggs remain buried and seemingly inactive. However, inside each egg, a turtle embryo slowly develops, feeding on the yolk that the mother has left in the egg. The temperature of the sand also plays a crucial role in determining the sex of the hatchlings, with warmer temperatures producing more females and cooler temperatures producing more males.

When the time for hatching arrives, the baby turtles emerge from their eggs and begin to dig their way to the surface of the sand. This process can take several days, as the hatchlings must coordinate their efforts to emerge at the same time, thereby increasing their chances of survival. Timing is vital, as once on the surface, the hatchlings are exposed to numerous dangers, including predators like birds and crabs.

Once the baby turtles manage to emerge from the sand, they begin a perilous journey towards the ocean. Guided by the natural light of the horizon and the reflection of the moon on the water, the tiny turtles hurry towards the sea. This race to the ocean is critical, as only a few hatchlings manage to escape predators and human threats, such as artificial lights that can disorient them and lead them in the wrong direction.

In Puerto Vallarta, numerous conservation efforts are undertaken to protect these sea turtle hatchlings. Volunteer programs and local organizations work tirelessly to monitor the beaches, collect and relocate nests to safe areas, and ensure the hatchlings reach the ocean safely. These efforts include educating the community and tourists about the importance of protecting sea turtles and their habitats.

The release of sea turtle hatchlings is an impressive and emotional event that often involves the participation of the community and visitors. Watching the tiny turtles run towards the ocean and fight for their survival is a powerful reminder of the fragility and beauty of marine life. Each hatchling that reaches the sea represents hope for the future conservation of these endangered species.

Despite conservation efforts, sea turtles face numerous threats, including pollution, accidental fishing, and the destruction of their habitats. However, events like the release of the hatchlings in Puerto Vallarta offer a ray of hope and underscore the importance of human cooperation in preserving these incredible creatures and their vital role in marine ecosystems.

Wednesday, July 10, 2024

Food and Mixology Tour: Tequila, Tacos, and Mexican Cocktails

Overview Let a foodie guide lead you through the streets of Puerto Vallarta on a food and cocktail tour of the resort town. This walking tour includes food tastings of tacos and desserts along with six Mexican cocktails served by expert mixologists. You’ll learn about the cultural roots of spirits like mezcal, tequila, pulque, and raicilla. Numbers are limited to ensure a small-group experience. Stop at popular eateries and bars for food tastings and drinks Learn about Mexican spirits like mezcal and tequila from a local guide Bite into savory tacos and delicious dessert Small-group tour ensures personalized attention

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