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This is single-handedly the best dinner show in all of Puerto Vallarta. Written and directed by Gilles Ste Croix, co-creator of Cirque de Soleil this show is sure to thrill and excite. Rhythms of the Night begins with a sunset cruise and an initial greeting of glowing tiki torches. While the cruise brings you to a secluded outdoor auditorium you are treated with an open bar and great views. With staggered seats, there is not a bad seat in the house. The performance features live music, vibrant dancing, contortionists, acrobats along with extraordinary costumes and much more. Following the thrill-seeking show is a delicious dinner buffet featuring steak, chicken, fish, fresh vegetables, salad and homemade tortilla’s. After dinner you set sail back on the sunset cruise to Puerto Vallarta. This is a show you do not want to miss!
This guided walking tour takes you to five different food and drink stops. During this tour you will skip through crowds and tourist attractions and will take you right to the authentic under-the-radar eateries. The tour starts in Old Town taking you to some of the best flavours and mixologists in Puerto Vallarta. In order to take this tour you must 18 years of age. Not only will you experience some of the freshest tacos and best bites and drinks, but you will also be taken to must-see sights. For more information, visit Trip Advisor.
Just an hour drive from Puerto Vallarta is the beach town of San Pancho (San Francisco). A quaint place to visit with small town feels. For a small town, there is still lots of exciting things to do. There is a golf course, delicious eats, surfing lessons, wildlife, marine life, and even local yoga. It is a great place to spend the day away from busy tourist attractions. Amongst the culture is also a beautiful, wide beach, where you can spend your day lounging around. Visit this local and charming town before it becomes a bustling tourist attraction.
Disregard the menacing name (Deadman’s Beach) this beach is filled with life and filled with fun. Known as one of the best beach in all of Puerto Vallarta, this popular beach is a perfect hangout for families, locals and visitors. This beach is perfect for all water sports including swimming, surfing, parasailing and boating and it also has many delicious restaurants and bars with authentic Mexican food. The pier on Los Muertos beach brings a mix of new and modern to traditional Los Muertos Beach.
Dubbed as the “best parts of Puerto Vallarta,” Old Town is a quaint colourful town filled with vibrant homes and cobblestone streets. It is surrounded by incredible beaches and lush jungles. Now called the Romantic Zone, old town is filled with shops, cafes, bars and restaurants where you can enjoy local art, markets and delicious traditional Mexican food. Also located in Old Town is Los Muertos Beach.
Written by Amy Schimpf