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Experience the Evolution of the Bahía de Banderas
email this pageprint this pageemail usBecci Burchett - peacemexico.org
February 09, 2010



For more information send an email to yavette(at)peacemexico.org.
Bucerias, Nayarit – Stunning landscapes, delicious foods and warm welcomes cause visitors from all over the world to return to the Bahía de Banderas time and time again. Real World Home Tours capture the essence of the diverse lifestyles around the bay while allowing appreciative visitors to give back to the local communities they love.

The Real World Home Tour visits four exclusive homes, from spectacular luxury estates to modest pueblos, where visitors experience both the differences and similarities in the lifestyles of the locals and the expats who make up the bay’s rich community.

Details include:

• Departure every Friday (January 22 – April 2)

• Ticket sales at 9:15 am from Bucerías Centro(On Lazaro Cardenas, near the gazebo, in front of the Michoacan ice cream shop)

• Tour bus departure at 10:30 am – Return 2:30 pm

• Tickets cost at $450 pesos ($35 USD)

• 10% discount at PEACE store

• Transportation, tour map and souvenir water bottle

100% ticket proceeds support PEACE, an organization that focuses on education, entrepreneurship, animal well-being, and community engagement in the coastal regions of Nayarit, Jalisco and Quintana Roo, Mexico.

"A lot of people who visit the Puerto Vallarta area would love to interact with locals on a personal level, but don’t know how to do it," said Molly Fisher, Director of PEACE Mexico. "Our programs allow them to step out of their comfort zone and really learn what life here is like, while supporting local communities."

For reservations or more information, contact: yavette(at)peacemexico.org.
PEACE: Protection, Education, Animals, Culture and Environment, is a nonprofit organization established in 2005, made of four main programs which focus on education, entrepreneurship, animal well-being, and community engagement in the coastal regions of Nayarit, Jalisco and Quintana Roo, Mexico. Through innovative and community based programs, PEACE is working to improve the quality of life in local communities throughout the Bahía de Banderas. For more information, please visit PeaceMexico.org or click HERE to read more about PEACE



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