Puerto Vallarta Weather Report
Welcome to Puerto Vallarta's liveliest website!
Contact UsSearch
Why Vallarta?Vallarta WeddingsRestaurantsWeatherPhoto GalleriesToday's EventsMaps
Sign up NOW!

Free Newsletter!
Puerto Vallarta News NetworkTravel & Outdoors

««« Click HERE for Recent Destinations
PVRPV's Puerto Vallarta Vacation Property of the Week
Signature by Pinnacle Condo 606

PVRPV is honored to present this week's featured Vallarta vacation property: Signature Pinnacle 606. This beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath Sub-Penthouse overlooks Banderas Bay and is very close to Los Muertos Beach and most restaurants and activities on the south side of Puerto Vallarta.

5th Annual La Cruz International Fishing Tournament

Offering 2.5 million pesos in prizes, the 5th Annual La Cruz International Fishing Tournament, scheduled to be held October 18-21, 2017 at Marina Riviera Nayarit in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, promises some hot and heavy competition in the sailfish, marlin, tuna and dorado categories.

Mexico Annouces Expansion of Revillagigedo Marine Park

The Mexican government last week announced the creation of a new marine reserve in the Pacific Ocean, the largest protected area of its kind in North America. The park covers more than 57,000 square miles, a vast rectangle of ocean encompassing the four Revillagigedo Islands.

2017 Mexico Grand Prix will Showcase Mexican Culture

Since its 2015 return to the Formula 1 calendar, the Mexican Grand Prix has been a truly global event, with Mexico's rich culture making it stand out. But in the wake of September's two devastating earthquakes, the 2017 edition of the race has taken on additional symbolic importance.

Mexico Motorcycle Adventure: The Ghosts of Los Mochis

Vic Pittman, an expat who has lived in San Blas, Nayarit for over 10 years, shares another one of his motorcycle adventures in Mexico. This time, he relates the story of a night spent in a beautiful little cemetery, where he encountered the 'Musical Ghosts of Los Mochis.'

Puerto Vallarta 'Lives It Up' on the Day of the Dead
Jennifer Allford

Every year in November, Puerto Vallarta celebrates 'El Dia de Los Muertos' (The Day of the Dead) in honor of deceased loves ones. The celebration is a time for Mexican families to remember their dead and celebrate the continuity of life in a ritual of love and joyful remembrance.

PVRPV's Vallarta Vacation Property of the Week
The Park #507

If you are planning a dream vacation in the Banderas Bay area, look no further than Puerto Vallarta Rentals Premier Vacations' website, Better yet, check out this week's featured vacation property, condominium #507 at The Park on PV's south side.

Arriba Mexico the Airbnb for Homes Destroyed by Quakes

Arriba Mexico looks like the popular home rental site, but with one big difference: the homes offered were destroyed in Mexico's earthquakes. Visitors pick a rent-a-ruin and length of stay. The amount owed is their donation to a fundraising program to rebuild homes and help victims.

Free eBook Offers Firsthand Account of Living in Mexico

Best Places In The World To Retire recently announced the publication and availability for download of the free eBook, 'Our Year on the Road & Living in Mexico - Adventures, Challenges, Triumphs, Lessons Learned.' If you're considering living in Mexico, this book is a must read.

Mexico Tourism Board Unveils Global Tourism Campaign
PR Newswire

Mexico's new ad campaign, 'A World of Its Own,' represents the next chapter in Mexico's global tourism positioning. The promotion focuses on the vibrant vacation experiences that keep visitors coming back to Mexico and its hundreds of destinations, time and again.

Casa Cupula Celebrates 'Quinceañera' with Deals Galore

Casa Cupula, Puerto Vallarta's legendary boutique resort hotel, is celebrating its 'quinceañera,' or 15th birthday, by extending package deals for new and returning guests that make experiencing this unique property this fall and winter more affordable and attractive than ever.

Mexico Motorcycle Adventure: Saved by Jesus in Sinaloa

Vic Pittman, an expat who has lived in San Blas, Nayarit for 10 years, relates the story of the experiences he had while traveling alone on an old motorcycle to places in Mexico that he was advised to avoid - and how Jesus Malverde, the so-called 'Narco-Saint of Sinaloa,' kept him safe.

Want to Help Oaxaca? Don't Cancel Your Travel Plans
Conde Nast Traveler

Oaxaca, Mexico's fifth-largest state, was hard hit by the September 7 earthquake, but the capital city is open for business - and needs it badly. Some 400,000 people across the state make their living from tourism, and people choosing to cancel their trip is causing a financial standstill.

$840 Million Theme Park Planned for Riviera Maya

Developers in Mexico have announced plans for an $840 million theme park on the country's Caribbean coast just north of the resort city of Playa del Carmen. Located along the turquoise-hued coast, the park will have a wave pool, virtual sea and air tours, hotels and a shopping mall.

VII American Express Punta Mita Gourmet & Golf Classic
Ricardo Acerco

The Punta Mita Gourmet and Golf Classic returns to Riviera Nayarit November 30-December 3. Now in its 7th year, this prestigious event offers everything a lover of luxury could wish for: a long weekend filled with food, wine and golf, in one of the most beautiful destinations in the world.

San Pancho Patron Saint Festival Sept 25-Oct 4
Lorena Sonrisas

Every year from September 25 through October 4, the small town of San Francisco (known as 'San Pancho') Nayarit, celebrates a nine-day festival honoring its namesake, Saint Francis of Assisi, that includes not only veneration of the patron saint, but a whole lot of merry making too.

InterNations 2017 Survey: Expats Still Favor Mexico

InterNations has just released its fourth annual Expat Insider Survey, which ranks the best countries for expats based on their experiences living abroad. For 2017, Mexico, a consistent favorite, ranked in the Top 5 for 3 indices: Ease of Settling In, Personal Finance and Cost of Living.

GAP: Passenger Traffic Up 9.9% in Mexican Airports
Business Wire

Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico has reported total terminal passengers increased 9.9% in it's 13 airports during August 2017, compared to the same period of the previous year. Domestic passenger traffic increased by 9.2%, while international passenger traffic increased by 10.9%.

If you have a great travel destination that you would like to share with our readers, or would like to suggest a location for a future feature story, contact

What's Hot!
101 Hottest
Check out our 101 Hottest People Places and Things Around the Bay for the best local insider tips. Click Here
Our Favorite Places

Looking for more than just another hotel room? Check out our favorite places to stay in, around and beyond Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Villas in Vallarta
Los Arroyos Verdes
Paloma del Mar
Home of the Dolphin
Hacienda Jalisco
Villa Bella
La Troza
Homes for Rent
Condos for Rent

In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, this material is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving
the included information for research and educational purposes • m3 © 2008 BanderasNews ® all rights reserved • carpe aestus