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Swoop is adjusting international operations in response to the Canadian Government’s request to suspend flying to Mexico and the Caribbean through April 30, 2021. Effective Sunday, January 31 at 12:01 a.m. ET, Swoop will suspend all southbound operations to Cancun, Mazatlán, Puerto Vallarta, and Montego Bay. These flights will be suspended until April 30, 2021.
A popular Mexican destination, Puerto Vallarta is a resort town located in the mountain surrounded by the sea. Walk on one of its many beaches or explore the jungles and participate in ecotourism. If you’re feeling adventurous, fly with Swoop to Puerto Vallarta, there are many water sports and extreme activities to get your adrenaline going.
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Similar to other airports in Mexico, it’s recommended to book your transportation to and from the airport in advance, if it’s not already provided by your hotel or resort. One highly rated option is Puerto Vallarta Airport Transportation - you can choose different vehicle options depending on your group size, and they will take you right to the door of your hotel. If you’re looking to catch a taxi, make sure you go to the ticket booth just outside the airport doors to make sure you are getting an official taxi. Just be aware that the taxis that can pick up passengers at the airport tend to be more expensive than a regular taxi, since they require a special license. There are also many options for car rental, either at the airport or in town, as well as public transportation – just check with your hotel!
If you’re looking to tour around the Puerto Vallarta area, you can save money by doing some research and fashioning a DIY tour instead of going with a tour company. There is lots of information online through travel blogs and websites, and you can also ask around to locals at your hotel or in shops or restaurants. There are also lots of free activities in the area, including beautiful jungle hikes, visiting the Vallarta Botanical Gardens or walking around the iconic Malecon to take in all the sights and sounds – and if you're there at night, you might catch the nightly fireworks show! If you’re out and about, it’s also a good idea to take out some Pesos so you can pay in local currency and avoid getting dinged with exchange.
The state of Jalisco, where Puerto Vallarta is located, is the capital of Mariachi music in Mexico. Make sure to take the time to enjoy a performance from one of the many Mariachi bands in Puerto Vallarta. You might run into one performing on the beach in Playa Los Muertos, or in a restaurant seranading the diners. Some of them even take music requests!