Although not a Mexican tradition, Halloween has become very common around the country, and especially in Puerto Vallarta. ... More
Although not a Mexican tradition, Halloween has become very common around the country, and especially in Puerto Vallarta. Many of the local hotels and clubs have made it common practice to celebrate el dia de brujas (witches day), as it is referred to. Local bars and clubs have contests for the best costume, and the holiday presents an excellent opportunity to see how Mexicans have adapted to this tradition. Everybody seems to find the opportunity of dressing up as something else - from former presidents, to famous clowns, to drag and beauty queens and beauty queens - quite enjoyable. Many people dress in Grim Reaper costumes, which is appropriate because the following two days are dedicated to the memory of the dead Dia de Muertos.
The whale watching season in Puerto Vallarta brings thousands of people out on the water to see the great marine
mammals up close. Government regulations to protect the whales are strictly enforced and this experienced company complies fully. It ...
Located on the beachfront of Banderas Bay in the heart of the Puerto Vallarta's Hotel Zone, just a few minutes
from downtown Puerto Vallarta and 3 miles from the airport. Featuring a swimmable beach with towel and umbrella service, ...
This healing retreat promotes itself as a facility where stressed out visitors can learn to heal themselves. Come here to
be educated on ways to better yourself during your stay; commit to those principles and be healthier even after ...