Located on Mexico’s Pacific coast, in Jalisco state. Puerto Vallarta is known for its beaches, water sports and nightlife scene. Its cobblestone center is home to the ornate Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe church, boutique shops and a range of restaurants and bars. El Malecón is a beachside promenade with contemporary sculptures, as well as bars, lounges and nightclubs.
Travel North to Riviera Nayarit, a popular destination, surrounded by beautiful natural scenery, tropical jungle areas and the Sierra Madre mountains. The beaches, small islands and coral formations in this state make it an unbeatable place to spend your vacation. It offers top-notch hotels, luxurious boats at the Marina de Riviera Nayarit, excellent spas and world-class golf courses.
- Round trip airfare to Puerto Vallarta
- 7 nights all-inclusive hotel at your choice below
- Round trip transfers from airport to hotel and hotel to airport
Calgary & Edmonton
Air, 7 nights all-inclusive hotel and transfers
Nov 4-Dec 6: $879-$759 + $440 tax (Royal Decameron; 3.5-star)
Nov 4-Dec 6: $949-$1059 + $440 tax (Iberostar Playa Mita; 4.5-star)
Jan 8-29: $1059-$1199 + $440 tax (Grand Palladium; 4-star)
Jan 8-29: $1129-$1289 + $440 tax (Crown Paradise Golden; 3.5-star) Adults Only
Jan 8-29: $1539-$1779 + $440 tax (Hyatt Ziva; 5-star)
Puerto Vallarta enjoys a typical tropical climate, with near constant temperature. Puerto Vallarta usually experiences 322 days of sunshine a year and average temperatures between 20° C and 30° C. Rainfall is heavier in June and October. Even during the rainy season precipitation tends to be concentrated in large rainstorms with insignificant precipitation on most days.
The currency is the Mexican peso (MXN/MXV). Automated banking machine services are available throughout the country. Canadian debit and credit cards are widely accepted; however, Canadian currency and traveller’s cheques are not.
There is a limit to the amount of U.S. dollars that both residents and foreigners can exchange in Mexico, depending on your immigration status in Mexico. Although the rule does not apply to Canadian dollars, some financial institutions, hotels, and currency exchange bureaus are not making the distinction.