Attractions

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Hidden-beach-Mexico-2 400 x 200The Marieta Islands, are definitely one of the tours and adventures you need to put on your short list to enjoy during your stay in Puerto Vallarta or anywhere in the Banderas Bay area.

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Los Muertos Pier2Los Muertos Pier is one of the Prettiest Piers in the World. It was inaugurated on January 4th, 2013 and made it to CNN’s list of the most beautiful piers in the world.

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The new Malecón is Puerto Vallarta’s most popular tourist attraction by far.

Located in the center of the city, the Malecón is the special jewel of the town; a more than one mile long seawall (or boardwalk) that stretches from Los Muertos Beach in Old (Viejo) Vallarta at the south end all the way to Hidalgo Park at the north end of town.

The reconstructed, remodeled, re-paved, expanded, and enlarged waterfront walk-way is at the heart of the Vallarta’s rebirth. The old narrow sidewalks with few places to sit, the broken cobblestones, and traffic noise and pollution are gone.

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The Los Arcos National Marine Park is located just between the beaches of Mismaloya and Las Gemelas. This site has deep tunnels, caves, arches and breathtaking reefs. It is said that the average depth of this place lies between 30 and 1,600 feet (somewhere between 9 and 480 meters), making them the deepest waters of the bay.

Also, this site is protected for the reproduction of various seabirds such as pelicans, bobos and some species of parrots, among others. Similarly, the great diversity of marine life avails scuba diving and snorkeling.

There are several boats cruising the Bay with a stop at Los Arcos to enjoy the scenery and partake of the activities above. Most of these boats continue south to visit beautiful beaches only accessible by sea.

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The Mercado Municipal (Cuale River Flea Market), also known as the Mercado Municipal Río Cuale, takes up a complete city block along the north side of the banks of the Cuale River.

It’s an indoor market with 2 stories with vendors, suppliers, and everything from pottery to jewelry, embroidered clothing and souvenirs and much more.

If you are looking for crafts at affordable prices and you like to bargain, this is a good place to do it. There are food stands on the second floor also.

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Feel the magic of the jungle and see all of the local animals plus many exotic animals from throughout the world at El Zoologico de Vallarta. Admire the majestic white tigers and the elegant flamingos, feel the tenderness of the macaco and the squirrel monkey. Enjoy the ferocity of the lions and jaguars, discover enigmatic black panthers. Touch, caresses and feed the animals at the Puerto Vallarta Zoo!

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Since opening the Gardens gates in 2005, Vallarta Botanical Gardens has won international accolades as a not-to-be missed highlight of any trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Recommended by Lonely Planet, National Geographic and Fodor’s Travel Guides, Vallarta Botanical Gardens is 20 acres of highland mountain splendor, just 30 minutes south of Old Town Puerto Vallarta.

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish (Church) Puerto Vallarta’s parish Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe is a city icon, it dominates Vallarta’s downtown skyline and is one of the favorite symbols and landmarks of the city, both in photos, shirts, logos and postcards.

If you’ve been to Vallarta, you have surely visited it, if you are to visit the city, add it to your list of things to do in town, it not only is great for your souvenir photos, you’ll get a glimpse of one of the most important monuments of the city and the spiritual center of the Catholics in town.

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