The beauty of Puerto Vallarta is best appreciated from the air, where you can admire the sight of a small colonial city surrounded by lush jungle in Banderas Bay, the largest bay in Mexico and second largest in North America. With peaceful beaches making for all year round swimming and activities abound, it's an ideal spot for people who like to feel the sand between their toes. The city seems to rise from the Pacific Ocean, flanked by the Sierra Madre Mountains. The downtown area is centered on the main plaza and the iconic Church of Guadalupe with its famous filigree crown.

Featuring the warm feel of a colonial village and spectacular sunsets, Puerto Vallarta is a unique, charming place that stands out from other beach resorts. Complete with all the comforts and technology of a modern tourist destination, such as sophisticated gourmet restaurants, art galleries, eco-adventure tours, world-class golf courses, an impressive convention center, the destination also offers first-class resorts and spas that can turn any business trip into a truly enjoyable experience.

This charm comes to the fore at Marina Vallarta, the most modern and sophisticated part of Puerto Vallarta. Visit El Faro, take the glass elevator to the top, and drink a delicious cocktail as you admire the spectacular view.

Admire the other extreme of the city in Puerto Vallarta's Romantic Zone, or Old Vallarta, as it is also known. Take a walk along the exquisite, cobbled Malecon boardwalk with its eye-catching sculptures and admire the little houses with their tiled roofs and balconies full of multicolored flowers.


Puerto Vallarta offers a wide variety of attractions and entertainment. There are lots of cultural events and exhibitions, adrenaline-filled jungle tours, relaxing days on the beach and countless hidden gems for you to explore. All the above combines with excellent facilities to make an ideal scenario for organizing conventions and incentive trips.

Picturesque and Peaceful Beaches

Puerto Vallarta is a paradise for anyone who enjoys activities like whale watching or spending time by the beach and the ocean; the waves here are usually calm and safe for swimming all year round. The most famous beach in the destination is Playa de los Muertos, which is marked by numerous hotels, bars and restaurants on the sand, ideal places to see the jaw-dropping Vallarta sunsets. Further, north, the beaches are increasingly calm until you reach Punta Mita, the departure point for winter excursions to watch humpback whales. We also have to mention Mismaloya and the Marietas Islands, both of which are excellent for swimming and snorkeling. Read more

Puerto Vallarta’s Famous Nightlife

Puerto Vallarta nightlife has entertainment to cater to all tastes, from sophisticated lounge bars to modern techno music. The heart of Puerto Vallarta nightlife is the downtown boardwalk, where you’ll find most of the top bars in the city, along with restaurants that specialize in local cuisine where you can enjoy your favorite cocktail watching a sunset from a terrace. A lot of the big hotels offer weekly Mexican Fiestas, featuring open bars, a Mexican buffet, mariachis, folk dancing, and fireworks.  Read more


Puerto Vallarta International Airport deals with tourists visiting Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit, and is located just 7.5 km away from the city of Puerto Vallarta. It receives frequent flights from cities in Mexico, the United States, Canada and Europe, with more than 4 million passengers a year.

Spectacular Tours and Activities

With a stunning natural setting, Puerto Vallarta is a perfect place to enjoy unforgettable adventures, either underwater, on the surface of the ocean, on the beach, in the mountains, in the jungle, or even in the city. Banderas Bay is a wonderful place for all kinds of water sports, and its waters are famous around the world for sport fishing. The mountains surrounding Puerto Vallarta are ideal for relaxing on horseback or experiencing an adrenaline rush on tours in all-terrain vehicles or sliding on zip lines. The specialized tourist infrastructure and the wide range of activities offered in Puerto Vallarta have ensured a rapid growth in the congresses, groups and incentives industry.  Read more

Excellent Hospitality and Conventions Facilities

Puerto Vallarta has a modern hospitality and commercial infrastructure catering to all needs and budgets. The city is home to more than 1,400,000 square feet of hotel event space and a convention center that can hold up to 5,000 people. These accommodation options offer cutting-edge services and the latest technology, making them ideal for congresses and conventions. Puerto Vallarta has everything you need for a successful event.  Read more

Haute Cuisine

Puerto Vallarta stands out for its extraordinary number of restaurants that offer a wide variety of gastronomic styles; ranging from traditional Mexican cuisine, to sophisticated creations of fusion cuisine by award-winning chefs that have been awarded in international forums, making Puerto Vallarta a paradise for lovers of haute cuisine. The International Gastronomic Festival is celebrated in November; this event brings together chefs from Mexico and around the world, many of whom are world famous. This festival has earned Puerto Vallarta the well-deserved moniker of being the “culinary capital of Mexico”.  Read more

Unique Handicrafts

You can’t visit Puerto Vallarta without being enticed into buying a souvenir. The merchandise here is incredibly varied, showcasing the crafts of the local indigenous people, mainly Huichols, with their methods and tools that have remained unchanged for hundreds of years. As you walk along the cobbled streets and the boardwalk, you’ll see colorful stalls and shops selling eye-catching silver, crystal and pottery handicrafts. You can also purchase artworks created by Mexican and foreign painters and sculptors in any of the many galleries in the city.  Read more

Mexican Hospitality

One of the main reasons to choose Puerto Vallarta to carry out your next business meeting, incentive trip or event, is the famous Mexican hospitality, and the genuine service offered by its people. Thanks to this, we have been able to consolidate a base of repeat visitors, who leave satisfied and eager to return to our destination again and again.

Whale Watching

At least three different species of whales migrate to the warm waters of the Banderas Bay in Puerto Vallarta between the months of December and April, where they court, mate, and give birth. The largest and most famous of these whales is the magnificent humpback whale. This cetacean travels thousands and thousands of miles from the Bering Sea to its winter refuge along Mexico's tropical Pacific coast. To see these awesome mammals swimming with their calves and majestically soaring out of the ocean from the depths is, without a doubt, an incredibly emotional experience.  Read more