Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta's gentle lifestyle makes you feel at home right away in this tropical paradise. Puerto Vallarta is strung between the mountains and Banderas Bay. Dating back to the 1850's, most of Puerto Vallarta isn't as old as its colonial-style homes with red tiled roofs, stacked along the steep hillsides might make you think. Most of it is new since the 1960s, when John Huston's "The Night Of The Iguana" starring Richard Burton and Liz Taylor launched a new destiny for this splendid spot.

The Cuale River divides the old town and the new hotel section. Among Puerto Vallarta's miles of beaches, you can find places as secluded or crowded as you please. At least once, join the action at Playa Los Mortos, packed with vendors, thatched roofed palapa restaurants, beach snack shops, strolling mariachis, and boat rentals.

Banderas Bay, is 60 miles of tropical beaches, where one trip is never enough to explore it all. Puerto Vallarta, located in the center of , is Mexico's best resort destination for restaurants in a remote jungle setting. Simply, don't go home without trying one of the restaurants, where you can splash in the river between courses. Also, not to be missed, are the day cruises to Yelapa, at the south end of the bay. Yelapa, is a tropical hide-away, reminiscent of a Polynesian-style village, sits peacefully on a fringe of white sand backed by lush jungle. Here you can swim, snorkel, eat in a beachfront palapa or just relax on the beach. Many like to take a few nights in one of the thatched roof Hotel rooms, No Phones, No Electric (unless the generator is running), truly a romantic escape for all.

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