Puerto Vallarta coastline has
being developing new beach front luxurious developments, and the
government has set strict rules conserving the ecological environment
of the region order to preserve its beauty and tropical surroundings.
For practical division we can divide Banderas bay in 4 different
1-"Old town" Puerto Vallarta or "El Centro". While each area
offers it's own features, When you stay in the "old town" of Puerto
Vallarta one is pleasantly impressed with the native ways and
customs, which might be missed to a great degree in other areas.
"Old town" also offers much more in the way of traditional Mexican
2-, Marina Vallarta and Nuevo (new) Vallarta are both relatively
new areas, which offer plush hotels, restaurants, and night-clubs.
These tend to be more expensive than the less than plush, but
adequate hotels, restaurants and night-life of "Old town".
3- At the notrh part of the bay you find La Cruz de Huanacaxtle
-Punta Mita corridor with scattered and peaceful luxurious developments
surrounded by tropical jungles, sandy beaches and calm ocean waters.
4- At the south part of the bay you find Conchas Chinas -
Mismaloya corridor with hotels and apartments siding the craggy
AIRPORT/AIRLINES: Puerto Vallarta has a modern international
Aiport that handles thousands of visitors each year. There are
many coffee shops, restaurants, liquor stores and duty free shops,
as well as other services.There is no problems with baggage or
customs on either our arrival or departures. Puerto Vallarta airport
has numerous international airlines serving it daily such as Continental,
Delta, Alaska Air Lines, Air Canada, American West ,Mexicana Air
Lines and Aeromexico with direct flights to numerous countries
and cities in Canada and the United States.