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Experience Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

By Javier Machaín Translated by: Nyima Bieber   Every day of the week on Puerto Vallarta’s malecón, visitors who walk its nearly two-kilometer length will find a number of artists who express their creativity in different ways.   Here you can find works ranging from human statues to whimsical bronze figures, break dancers, caricature portraits, [&hellip

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Posted 1/15/2013 by Velas | No Comments

By Veronica Toro Whale watching is an incredible event that falls during the months of December to March on the beaches of the Bay of Banderas. Viewers can observe these cetaceous creatures during their annual migration to give birth to their young. They travel from places like the coasts of Alaska and Canada, as the [&hellip

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Posted 12/4/2012 by Velas | No Comments

Art, Music and Gastronomy Courtesy of Convention Visitors Bureau, Riviera Nayarit Once again the Chalk Festival and gourmet expo returns to the Riviera Nayarit, where professional artists will use different urban art techniques to create a visual delight for each spectator. The event is scheduled in Bucerias from the 19th to the 21st of January, [&hellip

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Posted 1/3/2011 by vallartatravelblog | Read Comments

Courtesy of Convention Visitors Bureau, Riviera Nayarit Some of the best Mexican and International Surfers will fight for first place during the first edition of the San Pancho Pro. The tournament will be held on the San Francisco (San Pancho) beach from the 14th-16th of January and will include slots for amateur short-boarders, female surfers [&hellip

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Posted 1/3/2011 by vallartatravelblog | No Comments

By Julieta Del Toro The need to foster and showcase Puerto Vallarta art and culture has been the principal driving force behind the creation of the Marina Vallarta Festival, scheduled to begin this Friday, the 3rd of December. Laura Maíz, the project coordinator, is part of the residents association of the Marina. She and her [&hellip

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Posted 12/9/2010 by vallartatravelblog | No Comments