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Puerto Vallarta Travel Guide

  • A Mexican paradise

    A flight to Puerto Vallarta is a flight to one of Mexico’s most lively and sophisticated destinations. With year-round sunshine, first-class beaches and a multitude of activities on offer, there’s no shortage of things to do that match any taste and style.

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  • The area

    Puerto Vallarta is known for the beauty of its beaches surrounded by mountains and rich tropical greenery. Tourists looking to get away from the cold of winter flock here for the warm weather and seductive sunsets over the Pacific.

  • Things to do

    Golfers love the Nayarit Riviera. Many courses of all levels await athletic types. Several are worth visiting, but Punta Mita is undoubtedly the most spectacular. Made up of two courses, it was designed by famous player Jack Nicklaus. The view of the Sierra Madre mountains is stunning. Certain holes require teeing off right over the Pacific Ocean. The experience is unforgettable.

  • Spas

    Every kind of leisure service is available in Puerto Vallarta. After having played the greens or swum in the waves, visitors can luxuriate in the numerous spas in the area. They can enjoy a new experience with a treatment in a temazcal, a sort of Aztec sweat lodge that contributes to purification.

  • Outdoor activities

    Lovers of water sports are spoiled for choice in Puerto Vallarta. Needless to say, scuba diving and sailboat excursions are available. As for surfers, they train on the waves at Sayulita. The adventurous climb the Sierra Madre on donkeys and come back down again by zip line.
 
  • Vacation Expert - Discover Puerto Vallarta

     
     
        

    Discovering Mexico’s Pacific coast

    Ariann, member of the Transat family, knows Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit inside out. Here are his musts for the best trip to Mexico’s Pacific coast.

  • Riding the waves in Sayulita
    Sayulita is all about palm trees, palapas and surf (or other water sports!). Here’s how to make the best of a day in this pueblo magico (read: magical town).

        
     
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    The best tacos in Puerto Vallarta
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    Discovering Wixárika art (Huichol)
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    Sunset-chasing in Puerto Vallarta
    Are you a Sunset Chaser? Here’s an insider tip on where to catch Puerto Vallarta’s prettiest sunset. You’ll break the Internet.

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    The hidden beach of the Marietas Islands
    Tucked into the nooks of the Marietas Islands are secluded#beaches and one of Mexico’s most diverse marine life. Dive in!

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    Beach-bumming in San Pancho

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Good to know

 

New: You can now complete the Tourist Card (Official Entry Immigration Form) online before departure. Be sure to enter your name as it appears on your passport and to follow the instructions.
Presence of Sargassum in Mexico and the Caribbean
Depending on the weather conditions, winds and tides may bring large quantities of Sargassum to shore. Since seaweed moves with the ocean currents, quantities may vary by place and day. Transat would like to inform its clients that this natural phenomenon beyond its control affects several parts of Mexico and the Caribbean. Although the presence of this brown seaweed is greater than usual, our hotel partners are making every effort to clean the beaches when necessary.

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