The Mexican government protects this island wildlife sanctuary that sits just offshore from Puerto Vallarta proper. Most of ... More
The Mexican government protects this island wildlife sanctuary that sits just offshore from Puerto Vallarta proper. Most of the protected wildlife resides beneath the surface here at El Moro. Go scuba diving, the most popular way to spend an afternoon while visiting the island, and look at the many fish and sea turtles that have made the reefs a comfortable home. Glass-bottom boat rides are also a convenient way to see all of the underwater life without getting all wet. If you have a little more time, try some cave exploring.
This is a real oasis just 6km from the capital, Las Palmas. The country club has an engaging golf course
covering 6200m of large and fast greens where you encounter 6 lakes and 600 ancient palm trees. The golf ...
Situated on a prominent hill that overlooks the town of Isabel II, the Mirasol Fort is a typical example of
the 19th century Spanish fortification system. Today, the carefully restored Fort Conde de Mirasol houses a museum of art ...
This building dates to the end of the 16th century and has served, successively, as a Franciscan convent, seat of
the Central University of Venezuela and, currently, as the headquarters of the Academies Palace. Academies, plural, since it houses ...