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Tacos After Dark: Evening Food Walking Tour in Puerto Vallarta
"The evening food tour begins at the intersection of Centro Vallarta and Emiliano Zapata (the Romantic Zone). Discover the luminous charm of an evening in Puerto Vallarta. At the first stop try authentic tacos de cabeza. Served o and made from an assortment of cuts of beef simmered in a spicy chile infused broth. This dish offers a rich and sumptuous taco experience. Next meet a local churros (Mexican fritters) master. Cooked fresh to order these crispy and golden churros are served hot and dusted with cinnamon and sugar. Continue the tour and sample an unforgettable seafood chile relleno taco and a shrimp brochette at another popular and busy stop. No evening taco adventur marinated with guajillo chiles and achiote served on fresh tortillas. Second helpings are encouraged. Finally have a fluffy and crisp
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VIP Nightclub Tour in Puerto Vallarta
"Meet your local nightlife guide in downtown Puerto Vallarta to head to your first club located on the bustling Malecon. Skip the entrance line and follow your guide straight inside with your VIP access. Grab a drink from the open bar and hit the dance floor where some of the best DJs in Mexico keep the crowd pumped up. Or sip a tropical cocktail while you admire views of the moonlit Caribbean. When your feet need a rest head to your reserved table to take a breather or enjoy bottle service which is included at some venues (not guaranteed). You’ll visit a total of three venues such as La Vaquita The Zoo Nightclub Hilo and Señor Frog's. These change each night
From $89.00
 
VIP Nightclub Tour in Puerto Vallarta
"Meet your local nightlife guide in downtown Puerto Vallarta to head to your first club located on the bustling Malecon. Skip the entrance line and follow your guide straight inside with your VIP access. Grab a drink from the open bar and hit the dance floor where some of the best DJs in Mexico keep the crowd pumped up. Or sip a tropical cocktail while you admire views of the moonlit Caribbean. When your feet need a rest head to your reserved table to take a breather or enjoy bottle service which is included at some venues (not guaranteed). You’ll visit a total of three venues such as La Vaquita The Zoo Nightclub Hilo and Señor Frog's. These change each night
From $89.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Puerto Vallarta

ROCKY BEACH

The Beach at Grand Palladium was more than disappointing , it was very ROCKY. More than once, I saw a swimmer going into the water and coming out limping as they had cut themselves on a rock. The...
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LoriPori
Nov 19, 2013

SO MANY STAIRS

Yes, I read the reviews about this place having so many stairs, but I thought "How bad can it be?" There were steps to our rooms - there were steps to the adult pool - there was steps to the beach -...
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LoriPori
Nov 19, 2013

Topes and cobblestones

Puerto Vallarta and the state of Jalisco seem to be in love with cobblestones and speed bumps. Topes is apparently Spanish for speed bumps. They have speed bumps everywhere, including on their...
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etfromnc
May 08, 2011

Sore Nipples?

I added this tip all in good humor. But in all seriousness if you spend a lot of time on the boggy board, in the salt water, in extreme heat, your chest rubs against the board a lot.After a couple of...
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jamiesno
Feb 24, 2010

Hurricanes!

I travelled to Puerto Vallarta in November and just missed a major hurricane in the city. I found some pictures online just before I left of the famous Malecon, so I have uploaded it here. It doesn't...
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jamiesno
Feb 24, 2010

Everybody is sharing the roads...

Roads in Mexico are shared by everybody: cars, buses, cows, horses, etc. You need to drive very careful especially when you go to remote locations or to small towns. You never know when a cow will...
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monica71
Oct 02, 2009
 
 
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Watch out for speed bumps

You have to keep your eyes open for speed bumps when driving. Not all of them are easily visible since they are the same color as the asphalt. Just don't drive too fast even if the road is in good...
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monica71
Oct 02, 2009

Don't be a macho macho man!

This is a funny story I can' t help but tell to get some digs in at my brother in law Jamie. Jamie is the type of guy that works out a big and right into sports and stuff. We've long teased the guy...
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jamiesno
Nov 01, 2004

Due to Puerto Vallarta being...

Due to Puerto Vallarta being in a tropical rainforest zone, there's definitely an abundance of wildlife crawling around. For instance, iguanas and geckos were literally everywhere. It's great for...
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Carmanah
Aug 24, 2002

We experienced a few...

We experienced a few 'friendly' locals, who were very (almost TOO) persistant in befriending us and wanting to do us 'favors'. In trying to give them the benefit of the doubt, we more times than not...
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lar-n-me
Aug 24, 2002

Top Hotels in Puerto Vallarta

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Blvd Nuevo Vallarta y Paseo Cocoteros s/n, Nuevo Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit, 63573, Mexico
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Calle Malecon 400, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48300, Mexico
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Bahia de Banderas, Punta de Mita, Riviera Nayarit, 63734, Mexico
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Carretera Barra de Navidad Km. 3.5, Playa las Estacas, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48300, Mexico
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Av Costera s/n, LH2, Fracc Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48354, Mexico
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Blvd Francisco Medina Ascencio Km 2.5, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, 48300, Mexico
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Top Things to Do in Puerto Vallarta

Things to Do

Malecon

One of the most touristy, but truly beautiful things to do in Puerto Vallarta is to take a walk along the Malecon. Local artist display their paintings, there is often a sandcastle competition on the...
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Old Town

Old Town is definitely the place to be. You will feel like you are really in Mexico, unlike some the places with walled off beach areas to the north. Why go to Mexico if you don't want to experience...
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Boat Cruises

It sounds cheesy but it was a really great experience. If you want to have a "real" drink on the boatride there just ask for it. They have some snacks on the boat to tide you over. Don't buy the...
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Downtown

... and when you do make certain that one of the things which you try is a gordita. A gordita is a hand-held piece of heaven, a puffy symphony to Mexican good taste. At some food stalls, cooks will...
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El Eden

"The Predator" movie set is a tourist attraction where you can see the helicopter that was blown up in the movie. I never liked the movie that much, but I must admit that the movie location in the...
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Night of the Iguana

Mismaloya, nice town with a very cozy beach, is also the place that director John Huston chose for the movie "The Night of the Iguana". The remains of the movie set and the forth that was built for...
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Top 5 Puerto Vallarta Writers

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jamiesno

"Puerto Vallarta, Mexico!"
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mjd74

"Really Explore Puerto Vallarta"
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richmalak

"Essential PV"
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extremist

"Long time in Returning to Puerto Vallarta!!!"
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spartan

"Still the "Real Deal""
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