Whether you’re an occasional backpacker, a nomad looking to spend a month, a couple wanting a week-long vacation or an expat looking to settle down, there’s an area of Puerto Vallarta that’s right for you. Mexico’s cuisine has made the list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. This award hasn’t been granted to any other national food groups! Mexican food is so much more than tacos and quesadillas and the best way to learn more about the tasty foods is to join a tour.
If you’re looking for a mini cirque de soleil / cultural show / dinner & theatre experience, then Rhythms of The Night will be something you want to check out, this show was simply spectacular and is worth every penny.
For those of you who like to drink tequila Puerto Vallarta is a paradise . “Mex-ology” tour allows you to taste some of the best beverages and hand crafted cocktails like Mezcal, Tequila, Raicilla, craft beer, Kahlua coffee and other. To go along with the booze, you’ll get some tasty food to help soak up the alcohol, fish tacos, meat tacos, seafood “enchiladas”, onion rings, crickets and dessert. Not only will you be having fun, and feeling a bit tipsy by the end of it, but you’ll learn a lot about the traditions and creation of these alcoholic beverages.
The Choco Museum is one of the many free things to do in Puerto Vallarta. If you’re interested in learning the history behind cocao, plus finding out how chocolate is made (from harvest to production), then the museum is for you.
With its beautiful location on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, Puerto Vallarta is understandably one of the most popular resort towns in Mexico. The city is best known for its proximity to the sparkling waters of the Banderas Bay, which allows you easy access to activities such as snorkelling, scuba diving, and sunset boat tours. So hurry and live the diverse range of experiences Puerto Vallarta has to offer.