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Popular city tours are a
great way for your family to get acquainted with the area. The trips include stops
at several downtown attractions before heading south to Mismaloya Beach. Or head
inland to San Sebastian, one of the oldest mining towns in Mexico, dating back
family can discover the half dozen secluded beaches that are found far south of
town. They can only be reached by boat, all of which depart from either the marina
north of town, the downtown pier at Playa Los Muertos, or from Playa Mismaloya.
Puerto Vallarta beaches
range from quiet to energetic with plenty of activity. Your family can engage
in almost every kind of sport, including golf, deep-sea fishing, tennis and many
watersports. Los Arcos, a set of large rocks known for the caves formed under
them, is a popular snorkeling spot with a variety of brilliantly colored tropical
fish. There is also places where your family can do some whale watching.
For fine works of art, exquisite
folk art, jewelry, designer and casual clothing, no resort in Mexico can beat
Puerto Vallarta. The area has become a mecca of sorts for Mexican and foreign
artists, many of whom can be seen at work in studios and workshops along the city's
Spanish, although English
is widely spoken in resort areas.
Mexican Peso, although many resorts also accept the U.S. dollar.
average temperature is 78°F with light average rainfall in Summer and Fall
months (about 2 inches).|
A valid U.S. passport for US born citizens. Any person under 18 years
of age is considered a minor for travel purposes. Special documentation is needed
in certain circumstances. Those circumstances include, but are not limited to:
Minors traveling unaccompanied or with anyone other than their legal parents/guardians
must obtain an original notarized letter of permission signed by both parents.
Minors traveling with only one parent must have notarized written permission from
the other parent.
In the case of deceased or divorced parents, legal proof
must be carried to have acceptance of just one parent signature (death certificate,
proof of sole custody, etc) and a notarized Affidavit of Sole Custody form will
be given to the parent.