Casa Fantasia Guest House

203 Pinot Suarez, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, 48300, Mexico
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Satisfaction Excellent
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66%
26
Very Good
15%
6
Average
7%
3
Poor
5%
2
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  • Families100
  • Couples84
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Flores Magon Orphanage

by codonnell

Would I have to make an appointment to visit the Orphanage and children? I am planning a trip in October and would like to bring coloring books, crayons, hair ribbons and visit the children but is there a procedure to do so?

Thank you.

Re: Flores Magon Orphanage

by Gatopardo

Hi,

It's very nice what you are thinking to do during your trip to PV. It's usually a good idea to make appointments prior to a visit. I'd suggest that you should contact directly to find out about your ideas.
http://www.refugio-infantil.org/index-esp.html

A vtmember here had some useful info, you might find it useful:http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/North_America/Mexico/Estado_de_Jalisco/Puerto_Vallarta-935573/Off_the_Beaten_Path-Puerto_Vallarta-Flores_Magon_Orphanage-BR-1.html


Good luck,

Sarita

Travel Tips for Puerto Vallarta

Street Vendors

by meeshelmybelle

Downtown PV is definitly a tourist area. There are so many little booths and shops everywhere. I wouldnt recommend spening a lot of time at all the shops, as they mostly all have the same items. A pretty area to shop the vendors is under the bridge. There is a little stream next to it and the pathways is draped by trees.

Sacred Spot

by RoyJava

This was absolutely a top experience. Recommanded by lady-friend Viola I went for El Nogalito in the jungle, and found that very sacred spot. Even the lonely Indian guide was surprised, amazed, and started to pray. Set in a natural habitat watched over by huge mountains covered with vegetation. With that very sacred spot of Mother Earth...

EL NOGALITO These kind of "sacred holy spots" you would find all over the world, well-known out of Turkey, Asia, Australia and Africa. Most of them are well-known, however I never heard of this one in Puerto Vallarta. This will be always a best memory of my visit to Mexico ...
%thanks!

Tip the Hotel Maid

by FairOaks

Tip the hotel maid EVERY DAY.

If you leave a large tip at the end of the stay, it might go to someone else if it is her day off. Daily tipping also results in extra little things like a tissue paper rose, towells and washcloths folded into the shape of birds or flowers, etc.

Two dollars or twenty pesos a day for two persons is about right. Leave the tip on the pillow.

tips for taxis, waiters, bellboys, luggage porters

by susiemargare

bus drivers do not expect tips. theoretically, taxi drivers do not expect tips, either, unless they do something special, such as loading or unloading suitcases; however, i have found that most taxi drivers seem to expect tips from americans for each ride. i aim for about 15% for them.

waiters in restaurants expect tips. i aim for about 15% to 20% for them. for bellboys at hotels and porters at the airport, i aim for about a half-dollar to one american dollar per bag.

bringing home food and drink, imports v. exports

by susiemargare

in terms of buying food and drink to bring home, items from the united states that are imported into mexico are VERY expensive (hard liquor, etc.). however, items that are made in mexico or (i think) other latin-american countries, such as coffee, are pretty cheap. this is the time to stock up!

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Address: 203 Pinot Suarez, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, 48300, Mexico