Puerto Vallarta is considered as a paradisiacal tourist destination. What makes our visitors always come back to this place is its natural beauty and warmth. Puerto Vallarta is such a great destination is it combines beautiful beaches with fun activities and wonderful accommodations all at a reasonable price.

South of Puerto Vallarta the mountains actually tumble into the sea in places, so there are lots of small coves and intimate sandy stretches. The water here is deeper and there are fewer people.  Sundays are the busiest beach days, the one day of the week that most workers get off and spend with their families. While you might think they would eventually tire of Puerto Vallarta beach-going because they can do it any time they want, Sunday at the beach is a very strong local tradition. Visitors to Puerto Vallarta can enjoy a breathtaking view from any of the hills that surround the city.

Every year between from November to April, Puerto Vallarta becomes the winter home and birthing grounds for numerous humpback whales. Humpbacks are known for their acrobatic leaps and their unique “song,” which includes sounds such as grunts and squeaks. This protected species has no teeth and eats 4,400 to 5,500 pounds of krill, plankton and small fish daily.

You can observe crocodiles in their natural habitat, without needing to hide or move cautiously because safety is guaranteed. The opportunity to experience these reptiles up close includes seeing the adorable young ones in special ponds. You can also enjoy delicious, traditional seafood dishes at many restaurants.