The best option for women travellers in PV
|What kind of women join L.O.C.A.? Mothers, daughters, sisters, wives and those who love them! As a L.O.C.A. you will discover your true adventuresome self. Learn more on our facebook group page.|
Puerto Vallarta's Ladies Outdoor Club Adventures (L.O.C.A.) was founded in 2011 by Sylvie Scopazzo. As an avid explorer and adventurer, she saw a need for local women to get out and enjoy outdoor activities together; at the same time creating new friendships and networking possibilities.
Although Ladies Outdoor Club Adventures P.V. (L.O.C.A.) is novel to Puerto Vallarta, women outdoor clubs and travel groups have been in existence for many years. An example of this is Women's Travel Magazine, and with over nine thousand "likes" on their facebook page, it is clear that there's a demand for this type of market.
Word is out that Ladies Outdoor Club Adventures P.V. (L.O.C.A.) is not only a great place to network and make new friends, but also a place to challenge your fears and push limits you didn't realize existed. All the while, you will have the time of your life sharing your experience with like-minded women who have a passion for the outdoors! L.O.C.A. has grown from a small group of local expat women to a catchy name that is becoming internationally known.
What kinds of women join L.O.C.A.? Mothers, daughters, sisters, wives and those who love them! As a L.O.C.A. you will discover your true adventuresome self.
For more information, contact Sylvie at: Sylvie(at)ToursDuJourMexico.com or if you use facebook, you are invited to join the L.O.C.A. PV group page."The purpose of life, after all, is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience." - Eleanor Roosevelt
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Fun Adventures, New Experiences and Helping Others
After receiving an urgent call for help from Canica Puerto Vallarta, the Ladies Outdoor Club Adventures (LOCA) and Wildlife Connection organized a turtle release tour and used 100% of the proceeds to buy groceries for 17 low income families with children suffering from cancer.