Puerto Vallarta, located on the Bay of Banderas on Mexico’s Pacific coast, is one of Mexico’s premier vacation destinations. The city offers all types of vacation rentals, outdoor activities, cultural history, and nightlife. A popular vacation destination for decades, the resort city is well suited to all walks of life. Vacation rentals in the coastal resort city are numerous, ranging from modest to lavish, guaranteeing you’ll be able to find something to fit any budget.

Surf and Turf


The city has robust nightlife, great food, and wonderful people, but what if you’re looking for an outdoor adventure? Puerto Vallarta has you covered. Scuba diving, bicycling, fishing, motorcycling, and sailing, Puerto Vallarta has it all!

Start your beautiful vacation with a stroll down the Malecon, a 14 block beachfront promenade, that is bursting with restaurants, shops, art galleries, and bars. After exploring the Malecon and getting a feel for the town, it’s time to head out to do some intense ziplining at Nogalito Eco Park. Nogalito not only offers zip lines but also has the famous Nogalito Hiking Trail and a popular riverside restaurant. So after racing down the only tandem ziplines in the area, you’ll be able to grab a meal at the great onsite restaurant.

After all the excitement of the Malecon and Nogalito Eco Park, it’s time to hit the water and go for a relaxing sail around the picturesque Banderas Bay. If you’re looking for scuba diving, Banderas Scuba Republic has you covered. With a team of professional divers and local insider knowledge of hidden wonders, every trip with the Banderas Scuba Republic is an exciting one. For those looking to do some snorkeling and check out waterfalls, Jet’s Private Boat Tours is the charter for you. Offering charters for any size of a group, from couples to up to 50 people, Jet’s is able to accommodate everything from an intimate date to raucous parties. If fishing is your thing, then Fishing Rebels, a boat charter that specializes in trolling fishing, bow fishing, and whale watching is the perfect fit for your vacation. Now that you’ve seen the bay, it’s time to see the rest of the city.

Food Tours


Spending the day out on the water can work up an appetite, so the perfect thing to do after is to go on a food tour. Vallarta Food Tours boasts a three-hour tour of the city’s most delicious eateries. Examining Mexican cuisine and the country’s rich history, this tour is all about food, drinks, and the love of Mexico. Vallarta Food Tours guarantees experiences off the beaten path. You’ll eat at hole-in-the-wall local restaurants, food carts, and sit down restaurants that serve a variety of national and regional affair. All to the backdrop of fresh air, good company, and breathtaking architecture. The company offers six unique tours, so you’ll be sure to find something you love.

Rent a Bike


The fun hasn’t ended yet. Once you’ve seen the city, the bay, and experienced the culture, it’s time to strike off on your own. Rent a car, bike, or motorcycle and explore the city and surrounding area at your leisure. Who knows what you may find? In Puerto Vallarta, anything is possible.