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 …

BUCERÍAS: ART AND WATER SPORTS

BUCERÍAS: ART AND WATER SPORTS Jorge Chávez Sep. 25, 2019 1,205 views Relaxing in Bucerías can be very easy, with its wide range of entertainment including excellent restaurants, a thriving music scene, an art walk and both residential and commercial areas. The town’s name comes from the word “bucear” (to dive), as this activity is related to fishing, which has sustained the town since its founding. The Estatua del Buzo (Statue of the Diver), close to the main square, perfectly 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 …

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 …

A trip to Mazatlán changed the life of this expat from California

News Surfer and former publisher Janet Blaser. A trip to Mazatlán changed the life of this expat from California Janet Blaser enjoys the Mexican lifestyle and has no plans to move back to the US Published on Thursday, August 15, 2019 132SHARES A trip to Mazatlán changed the life of a California woman who has now been living in the Sinaloa resort city for more than a decade and can’t imagine moving back to the United States. Janet Blaser, formerly Read More …

RIVIERA NAYARIT RENEWS ITS BLUE FLAG CERTIFICATIONS

Blue Flag designation (about cleanliness and services) is very difficult to get and we are proud of the beaches that have attained and maintained that! The Puerto Vallarta continues to invest in our environment and to maximize the enjoyment of our natural resources, for both owners and visitors. July 18, 2019 •Vallarta Daily News •Puerto Vallarta News RIVIERA NAYARIT RENEWS ITS BLUE FLAG CERTIFICATIONS On Monday, July 15, 2019, Blue Flag certificates were awarded to the beach at Nuevo Vallarta Read More …

THIRTY-YEAR PLAN FOR DEVELOPMENT IN COSTALEGRE ANNOUNCED

May 6, 2019 •Vallarta Daily News THIRTY-YEAR PLAN FOR DEVELOPMENT IN COSTALEGRE ANNOUNCED The tourist area of ​​Costalegre, the second most important beach destination in Jalisco, will undergo a development plan over the next 30 years. During a working tour of the region this weekend, Governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez announced the Master Development Plan for that region, which includes the creation of a governance body that will be integrated by a Social Council and an Economic Council. “The purpose is Read More …

Part 4 of My Articles about How We Can Make an Impact upon the Environment: Cleaning our Areas.

Part 4 of My Articles about How We Can Make an Impact upon the Environment:  Cleaning our Areas. Hi to all and for those that know me personally, you are aware that I make a dedicated choice to protect our environment. For those that do not, my goal each day, is very simple; how can I minimize my negative impact upon our/my environment, and how can I make my impact more positive. This is both ecological and economical.  Fortunately, there are Read More …

RE/MAX Puerto Vallarta Beach Clean-Up, Tomorrow!

This Saturday afternoon, tomorrow April 27, 2019, our RE/MAX team and the public is getting together at the beach in front of Grand Venetian, on the Pitillal River, to clean up remnants left from Semana Santa.  We will meet at the public parking lot on the river (north of La Isla) at 1pm and conclude at 3pm.  We will supply the trash bags, gloves, water and snacks. Bring a hat and wear sunscreen.  Please come and show your support for Read More …

Grass-roots glass crushing reduces impact of recycled bottles in Baja Sur

Claire Donahue, the “glass lady,” spearheaded a glass-crushing initiative. Grass-roots glass crushing reduces impact of recycled bottles in Baja Sur Citizens step in to deal with waste management problems By Lorin R. Robinson Monday, April 8, 2019 Like many Mexican communities, the twin towns of La Ventana and El Sargento in Baja California Sur suffer from serious waste management problems. The community’s single garbage truck breaks down regularly and its inadequate landfill is reaching capacity. The two contiguous towns sit Read More …