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Puerto Vallarta: A Destination of Diversity and Inclusion

Puerto Vallarta is gaining recognition as a beacon of diversity and inclusion. The city's dedication to fostering an environment where everyone feels valued and respected is being acknowledged, thanks to its nominations in five categories at the 2023 LGBTQ+ Travel Awards Mexico.

Vallarta’s Guadalupe Church to Celebrate 102 Years in October

Known around the world as the symbol of Puerto Vallarta, the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe will celebrate its 102nd anniversary from October 8-15, 2023. Events and celebrations include religious services, a Guadalupana Family Walk, cultural and musical performances, sporting events and more.

Discovering the Allure of Puerto Vallarta’s Romantic Zone

With its picturesque streets, vibrant culture, and breathtaking views, the Puerto Vallarta Romantic Zone offers the quintessential Mexican vacation experience. This charming area, embraced by the shimmering waters of Banderas Bay and the verdant Sierra Madre Mountains, is a must-visit destination for people from all walks of life.

Volunteers Clean Up Marietas Islands Ahead of Fundraising Swim

Members of the non-profit organization, 'Swimming for Whales,' were astounded by the amount of debris they encountered during their recent cleanup on the Marietas Islands. This cleanup precedes Stephanie Montero's 35km swim to raise funds for rescuing entangled whales and marine life.

With Return to Cat 1 Vallarta Airport Anticipates More Flights

The Puerto Vallarta International Airport is soaring to new heights as Mexico reclaims Category 1 status with the FAA, unlocking opportunities for Mexican airlines to expand direct flights to the United States. This development marks a promising future for the airport's growth and connectivity.

Profe Michel Boosts Puerto Vallarta’s Tourism Sector

During Profe Michel's second year in office, Vallarta has solidified its position as a nationally and internationally renowned tourist destination. This was achieved by promoting PV's attractions and enhancing overall conditions to improve the visitor experience.

Giant Catrina Set to Return to Puerto Vallarta Malec贸n in October

El D铆a de Los Muertos is around the corner, and Puerto Vallarta is poised to embrace this cherished Mexican tradition. As the Municipal Government prepares to erect a colossal Catrina on the Malec贸n for the third consecutive year, the city readies itself for another vibrant Day of the Dead Festival that's sure to captivate visitors.

Nearly 70,000 Download Digital Driver’s Licenses in First Month

Since the Jalisco Secretary of Transportation introduced the country鈥檚 first digital driver鈥檚 license last month, nearly 70,000 drivers have downloaded this official document onto their mobile phones. The digital version can be obtained via an app for iOS and Android devices and is just as valid as the physical license.

Vallarta Eagerly Awaits 112 State-of-the-Art Buses

Good news for locals and tourists! Transporte Unidos Costa Pac铆fico (UNIBUS) president, Luis Romero Ch谩vez, announced that Puerto Vallarta will soon have a fleet of 112 new, state-of-the-art buses, the first of which are expected to hit the streets in November.

Puerto Vallarta Cleaned Up Beaches on Int’l Coastal Cleanup Day

Dozens of volunteers from various municipal departments, businesses, hotels, condominiums, educational institutions, civic organizations, beach vendors, residents, and tourists came together at different beaches in Puerto Vallarta on Monday to mark International Coastal Cleanup Day.
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