• Vallarta Botanical Garden

    Carretera Puerto Vallarta, Carr. Costera a Barra de Navidad Km 24, 48425 Jal. .

    Focusing on native Mexican plants, this large botanical garden features a notable orchid collection.

  • Parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe

    Hidalgo 370, Proyecto escola, Centro, 48300 Puerto Vallarta, Jal. .

    Known for its crowned Renaissance-style tower, this iconic city church hosts an annual festival.

  • Los Arcos National Marine Park

    GPW4+3R Mismaloya, Jalisco .

    Los Arcos is a group of beautiful granite islands and islets that protrude from the sea surface just south of PV. In 1975 they were declared a Refuge Area for the Protection of Marine Flora and Fauna by the then Secretary of Industry and Commerce.

    It is a protected area that over the years has become a wonderful place for diving, swimming, snorkeling, Stand-Up Paddle (SUP), Yoga SUP, kayaking and tourism in general.

  • Yelapa Beach

    Jalisco, Mexico .

    Laid-back bay beach for swimming, snorkeling & water sports, plus beachfront eateries.

  • Sayulita

    Sayulita, Nayarit, Mexico .


    Sayulita is a village on Mexico’s Pacific coast backed by the Sierra Madre Occidental mountains. It’s known for beaches with strong surf, like the central Sayulita Beach. To the west, Los Muertos Beach is more sheltered, sandwiched between protective rocks. Galleries in Sayulita sell artworks by Huichol indigenous people. Southwest, the Marieta Islands have diverse wildlife such as humpback whales and dolphins.

  • Estero el Salado

    MQ74+3C Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico .

    Ecological park

    The “El Salado” Estuary is located in the Municipality of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. It is considered an Urban Estuary, since it is surrounded by the urban area of the aforementioned Port [Puerto Vallarta]. It consists of a surface area to be protected of 168-96-50 hectares, out of which nearly 135 hectares are comprised of mangrove and marsh vegetation, and the rest are comprised of two remnants of tropical semi-deciduous forest surrounded by sequences of elements of water and underwater vegetation, a thorn forest and secondary vegetation.

  • Malecon

    Malecon Puerto Vallarta, Centro, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico .

    12-block promenade offering ocean views & sculptures, plus restaurants, bars, galleries & shops.

  • Act2 Entertainment

    Act2PV, Insurgentes, Zona Romántica, Emiliano Zapata, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico .

    Act2PV is the largest entertainment venue in the Banderas Bay, bringing you the BEST OF THE BEST entertainment for 2020/2021! With shows every night, this beautiful theater has something for everyone! The brand-new, open-air Starlight Cabaret features musical cabaret shows every evening at 6:00 pm and drag shows at 9:00 pm. Covid protocols are strictly enforced and masks are required! The Main Stage features high-quality theater productions, including musicals, stage plays and concerts. With its amazing sound and lighting systems, Act2PV is on par with any theater in North America! Come early and enjoy a drink in the beautiful Encore Bar!

  • Los muertos Beach

    Playa Los Muertos, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico .

    Only a ten minute walk from Rivera! Big, action-packed beach with food & drink vendors, water sports operators & a pier for boat trips

  • Farmers Market

    Parque Lazaro Cardenas, Zona Romántica, Emiliano Zapata, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico .

    Saturday morning farmers market

    Local products

  • Flea Market

    Mercado Municipal Río Cuale, Agustín Rodríguez, Centro, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico .

    The Mercado Municipal is one of the most 'visitor friendly' markets in PV, familiar to locals, tourists and cruise ship patrons alike.
    It's large, hard-to-see in just one visit, friendly, and well-priced.

  • Zoologico de Puerto Vallarta AC

    Mismaloya, Jalisco, Mexico .

    Many of us, if not all, have gone to zoos in different parts of the world, maybe you are lucky enough to have one in your city, we all know the "DON'T FEED THE ANIMALS" signs peppered generously in them. Few of us have gone to a zoo where you can feed the animals, where they actually want you to feed them! Vallarta Zoo AC allows you to do that, of course, from a bag that you receive when you pay your entrance, do not start feeding them Doritos or chocolate! In some cases, you'll be able to approach and caress many of the animals, although you should only do so along with trained personnel.

  • Marietas Hidden Beach

    Marietas Islands, 63734 Nay., Mexico .

    The Marietas Islands are a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
    These islands are noted as a must see for their beautiful scenery, pristine beaches, great snorkeling, and incredible bird diversity.

    The Hidden Beach is a private oasis of crystal blue waters and white sand, tucked inside a lush, tropical island.

    Tours are available to explore all the beauty nature has to offer.

    Puerto Magico 

  • Rhythms of the Night

    Puerto Magico, Boulevard Francisco Medina Ascencio, Zona Hotelera Norte, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico .

    ALMA by Rhythms of the Night is truly a feast for the senses which celebrates our spiritual connection to the animals and nature.

    Your whimsical night begins with a sunset cruise (with an open bar) across Banderas Bay that will take you to Las Caletas, a beach only accessible by boat.

    Your night will include a romantic, delicious buffet candle-lit dinner in one of our hillside open dining rooms and terraces. 

    At show time, you’ll be seated in our open-air amphitheater to experience the immersive story of Alma through a mixture of acrobatics, original music, and special effects.

    Alma by Rhythms of the Night is the best way to experience the magic of Puerto Vallarta and will be the highlight of your vacation.