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Puerto Vallarta’s location and geographical characteristics make it the ideal place to enjoy an unforgettable beach vacation due to its subtropical climate. Located at the same latitude as Hawaii, the weather is very comparable.
The most moderate temperatures occur in November, December, January and February (average of 22-25°C or 72-77°F). We recommend light clothing during the day, and maybe a sweater or jacket in the evenings. Spring, from March to May, will cause you to shed your sweater and long sleeves with its average high of 85º (29.4ºC) and low of 69ºF (20.5ºC). The climate is perfect, the city quiet and romantic, and the sky a perfect shade of blue. It rarely rains November through May.
Summer, June through October, is the hottest time of year, with temperatures in the range of 81-92°F or 27-33°C. The humidity adds to the perception of heat, so you can expect to sweat a bit. The rains do cool things down and regulate the climate, however. While rain theoretically can spoil a day at the beach, major rain storms typically start up in the evening and may last until morning. You will see phenomenal thunder and lightning displays which can be quite beautiful and amazing.
Feel the warmth of a picturesque place filled with history, yet, at the same time, modern, vibrant, exotic. Discover a destination with relaxing beaches, world class restaurants, and the latest in ecotourism and extreme adventures, all within an international setting well known for its charm and hospitality, surrounded by mountains, rivers, beaches and the emerald green waves of the Pacific Ocean. Stroll along the remodeled Malecon (boardwalk), in the historic center along the edge of the sea, where you can enjoy numerous cafes, nightclubs, and outdoor sculptures and admire spectacular sunsets.
Spend the day at Los Muertos Beach and see its new pier. Find a favorite restaurant in the Romantic Zone. Cross a swinging bridge to get to the Cuale River Island to buy something at one of the many stalls there. Go up to the Matamoros Lighthouse for a spectacular view of the 7th largest bay in the world. Discover one of the most exceptional biodiverse places in Latin America.
Explore the beautiful lush tropical jungle which covers the mountains, and is a refuge for hundreds of species of birds, orchids and abundant wild fauna such as the ocelot, the badger, the jaguar and the iguana. Set sail on a tour and watch how humpback whales breach out of the water, observe dolphins at play or go deep sea fishing for marlin, snapper, sail fish, tuna and sea bass.
The fulfillment that comes from living in one of the most magical places in the world is what those living in Vallarta transmit to all visitors. A big smile radiating happiness is written on their faces. It is worth visiting Puerto Vallarta if only to feel and breathe in some of this joy.
This magic captured from so many red sunsets has enticed nationals as well as foreigners from all over the world to make this magical bay their home. This chemistry imbues Puerto Vallarta with a creative, open and fulfilled multi-culture.
Puerto Vallarta is truly a world class tourist destination, named “Friendliest City” by Conde Nast in 2001, “Best place in the world to retire” by AARP (North American Association of Retired Persons), “Best Vacation Destination in Mexico” by USNews.com in 2010, “Most Romantic Place in Mexico” and “Favorite Beach Destination in Mexico” by About.com in 2012, “Best place for Conventions” in a convention marketing magazine and the “Top 10 Destinations in Mexico” by TripAdvisor in 2013.
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