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U.S. State Department Eases Mexico Travel Advisory
Mexico News Daily
The US has eased its Mexico travel advisory from Level 4 (Do Not Travel) to Level 3 (Reconsider Travel). Each state has its own status, but some of the 'increased risk areas' are home to tourism destinations that are free of travel restrictions, including Puerto Vallarta.
Mayor Dávalos Continues to Promote Art and Culture
Over the last five years, Puerto Vallarta Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña and his team have put a lot of effort into promoting, protecting and preserving the tangible and intangible elements that make up the city's artistic identity and cultural heritage.
Seven Traditional Breakfast Recipes from Velas Resorts
Enjoy a taste of Mexico at home with traditional Mexican breakfast recipes from Velas Resorts. The award-winning resort collection, with luxury properties in Los Cabos, Riviera Maya, Riviera Nayarit and Puerto Vallarta, shares easy-to-make, flavorful dishes for every day of the week.
2020 Remittances to Mexico Expected to Break Record
Despite the economic effects of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, remittances to Mexico are on track to set a new record this year, with an estimated 39.4 billion USD expected to be sent home by Mexicans working abroad - mainly in the United States - through cash-transfer systems.
Organic Select Expands to Better Serve Puerto Vallarta
The Organic Select store, bakery, and restaurant has been a mainstay in Vallarta for 8 years. Recently, owners Krystal Frost and Ana Rios announced an expansion of operations to serve a broader clientele with more offerings and greater variety, under the name Versalles Market by Organic Select.
Puerto Vallarta Int'l Airport is Now ACI Health Certified
The Puerto Vallarta Airport has received Health Accreditation from Airports Council International for adhering to sanitary protocols throughout the pandemic. This is another example of how PV is working to ensure a safe and healthy environment for visitors.
Mango Season in Mexico Continues through September
Mangoes can transport you into dreams of tropical paradise unless, of course, you are already here in Puerto Vallarta. Because different varieties ripen at different times in different regions, the Mexican mango season begins in March and continues through mid-September.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico News and Local Information
Banderas News Team
With the COVID-19 pandemic dominating the world's news and social media channels, it can be difficult to find out what's going on in Puerto Vallarta, the State of Jalisco, and around the Republic, so here's a look at some of the latest local news and happenings.
Bonito Kitchen & Bar Opening Soon in Zona Romántica
Ryan Donner & Associates and Bonito Kitchen are pleased to announce that the much-anticipated opening of Bonito Kitchen & Bar at Insurgentes 108, one of the most iconic riverside locations in the El Centro and Zona Romántica areas of Puerto Vallarta, is scheduled for early November.
Tequilas Cheap Enough to Mix, Smooth Enough to Shoot
The great thing about good tequila is that it doesn't have to cost a small fortune. There's a nice range to choose from at $19-39 per bottle - each offering smooth drinkability. Here we list ten that work as both a tasty shooter and a solid cocktail base.