Puerto Vallarta has been appointed as The Friendliest City in the World by Travel + Leisure magazine. Be welcomed into a picturesque authenticity of Mexican culture that has transcended borders, alive on its streets and architecture, its gastronomy and traditions, and on the warmth of its people.
Its coasts are embraced by the Sierra Madre Mountains and sprinkled with beaches, islands and coves, with stunning landscapes contrasting between the sea and the mountain. Step into its tropical forests and admire its fauna whilst you embark into adrenaline-filled adventures, practice your favorite water sport and discover the rich marine life that inhabits the depths of the Pacific and be sure to visit the top attractions.
All this comes together to create an experience you’ll want to live over and over.
Puerto Vallarta is a city located between the Western Sierra Madre mountain range and the Mexican Pacific, so its weather is a combination of tropical forests bathed by rivers and waterfalls, plus warm beach temperatures and fresh ocean breeze.
During the summer months, you can expect temperatures between 77°F and 89°F (25°C and 32°C), while during the winter months you can enjoy temperatures between 62°F and 81°F (17°C and 27°C).
How to get to Puerto Vallarta?
Thanks to its geographical location, Puerto Vallarta is an easily accessible destination from any part of Mexico and the world, with effective land, air, and water connectivity.
Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz, Puerto Vallarta's International Airport-PVR, is the third airport in the country with the most number of flights and connections to and from important cities.
It’s a must-stop for cruise ships that sail the Pacific to arrive to Puerto Vallarta. Its Maritime Terminal has top-notch facilities and can welcome four cruise ships simultaneously. Some of the prestigious cruise lines that arrive to this port are:Carnival Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Cunard Line, Disney Cruises, Holland America, Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean International.
The highway system that connects Puerto Vallarta to the main cities in Mexico offers modern highways to travel by land in a safe and comfortable manner.