Mexican and American cultures intertwined. Halloween and Día de Los Muertos is an example of how the two cultures come together, however these holidays are quite different. Dia de los Muertos is a time to honor and celebrate deceased loved ones. The celebration starts on November 2 in connection with All Soul’s Day. Unlike […]
During the whole year the tourist activity is constant and its beaches are visited by various types of tourism….
The Southern Coast of Banderas Bay has tranquil waters, abundant vegetation and beautiful beaches framed by the Sierra Madre.
Banderas bay’s northern coast offers world-class golf courses to exclusive developments, there are typical small towns and abandoned beaches.
Puerto Vallarta Mexico growing in popularity, offers visitors a variety of places capable of satisfying all tastes and interests.
Rincon de Guayabitos is a perfect 2 day trip, although you can see it all in a day you will want to stay longer.
Take a short trip to Yelapa Mexico. Yelapa is peacefully nestled in the southernmost cove of the world’s 7th largest cove.
Whale watching season started on December 3, 2012 as hundreds of Humpback whales arrived off the coast of Punta Mita and Puerto Vallarta
Halloween and Día de Los Muertos is an example of how the two cultures come together, however these holidays are quite different.
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