Parque de Aramara Renovación – December 7, 2019

Parque de Aramara Renovación – December 7, 2019 RE/MAX Puerto Vallarta is proud to work towards a renovation of one of our local parks; Parque de Aramara; just behind San Javier Hospital across from the cruise ship terminal.   There are over 400 homes, and 124 condos, as well as two local schools that regularly use this park.  This shall take our next 2 to 3 community service clean-ups. Our goals are: To paint the bottom 3 ft or 1 Read More …

SOUTH SHORE: NATURE AND SEDUCTION

SOUTH SHORE: NATURE AND SEDUCTION Jorge Chávez Oct. 23, 2019 48 views Considered an earthly paradise by many, the South Shore hosts some of the bay’s most beautiful and spectacular beaches. This region basically comprises the area from Conchas Chinas to the coastal towns a little beyond Boca de Tomatlán. The natural scenery is essentially the same throughout: the mountains of the Sierra Madre Occidental merging with the Pacific to create extraordinary hidden coves and secluded Edens.   To Start Read More …

Turtle Release and Beach Clean up, Oct 26, 2019

Dear customers and friends, I invite you to join, as every year, you and your family or friends to this volunteer to help the ENVIRONMENT… Monex Bank invites you to: Beach cleaning, and turtle release this time! Date: SATURDAY 26 OCTOBER, 4.30PM (see more information in the postcard below) Meeting point: Soriana Playa de Oro I appreciate your confirmation please before this Friday, October 11, to register them with name, if you are an adult or child, and size to Read More …

RE/MAX Puerto Vallarta’s Latest Community Service!

 Oct 5, 2019 I am so proud to share that our RE/MAX agents did another wonderful job of helping another, local community, to clean up garbage, as well as a few other things! Our location was Independencia, a few kilometers south of Costco.  Many of the neighbors thanked us for our efforts and Lupita may even get a listing there. Firstly, I would like to introduce our newest agent, Andrea Thompson.  Originally from Los Angeles, Andrea  moved to Puerto Vallarta Read More …

Venture south of Puerto Vallarta for small inlets, quaint towns and beautiful beaches

Mayto beach: ‘absolutely divine.’ Venture south of Puerto Vallarta for small inlets, quaint towns and beautiful beaches Take a boat from Boca de Tomatlán to Yelapa and get off the beaten track By Lydia Carey Published on Monday, September 30, 2019 When director John Huston came to film The Night of the Iguana in 1963, Puerto Vallarta was just a sleepy little fishing village. A little Hollywood glamour, provided by the famous cast and scandalous and media-drenched affair between Elizabeth Read More …

GET OFF THE BEATEN PATH IN PUERTO VALLARTA AND RIVIERA NAYARIT

September 19, 2019 •Vallarta Daily News •Puerto Vallarta News GET OFF THE BEATEN PATH IN PUERTO VALLARTA AND RIVIERA NAYARIT Rich culture, outshining natural beauty, a popular gastronomy scene, and host of activities, means Puerto Vallarta, in the state of Jalisco, and Riviera Nayarit, in the state of Nayarit, have become two much-loved destinations. Despite their popularity, there are still many amazing offbeat spots to discover – see 6 of them here: Puerto Vallarta: Explore Authentic Tuito Buried in the Read More …

RE/MAX Puerto Vallarta and Community Service – September 7, 2019

  I wish to share with you our latest, and more productive, Community Service event! On Saturday, September 7, 2019, we gathered and tidied up, 67 full size garbage bags in the area of Benito Juarez, between the 2 tunnels.  We were able to do that in less than 1 hour. That is incredible! An additional reason is that we were so fortunate to have an extra 12 young persons to assist us, who were referred to us by Alex Read More …

Could Mexico Cactus Solve the World’s Plastic Problem?

Could Mexico Cactus Solve the World’s Plastic Problem? Gabriel Serna – Agence-France Presse go to source August 8, 2019 A material developed by Atemajac Valley University researcher Sandra Pascoe is made with the juice of a prickly pear cactus, and can be turned into discardable, non-polluting packaging. Guadalajara, Jalisco – Mexico’s prickly pear cactus, which is emblazoned on the country’s flag, could soon play a new and innovative role in the production of biodegradable plastics. A packaging material made from Read More …

PUERTO VALLARTA PREPARES TO RECEIVE AND CARE FOR MORE THAN 130 THOUSAND TURTLES

August 15, 2019 •Vallarta Daily News •Puerto Vallarta News, Spotlight PUERTO VALLARTA PREPARES TO RECEIVE AND CARE FOR MORE THAN 130 THOUSAND TURTLES Puerto Vallarta was the home of 2,700 turtle nests in 2018, giving birth to 130,000 turtles, so this year the city is preparing its 14 kilometers of coastline to receive and care for them during this breeding season. Currently, Puerto Vallarta is the only city to have a sea turtle protection plan on the Mexican Pacific, which Read More …

La Campana, Jalisco’s ‘Psychedelic Bell,’ is a jewel of natural beauty

La Campana, a bizarre little mountain. La Campana, Jalisco’s ‘Psychedelic Bell,’ is a jewel of natural beauty As you walk up the smooth, undulating surface you come upon one strange, sweeping shape after another Published on Friday, August 9, 2019 Highway 70 could be called “the adventurous way” to travel from Guadalajara to Puerto Vallarta. This road takes you past the legendary mining town of Guachinangowith its shimmering church covered with a million shards of broken porcelain plates, past Atenguillo, Read More …