The sightings have been registered from San Blas across the entire bay, according to biologists and tourists who stroll along the sea.
Free Internet For Puerto Vallarta
Through the "Jalisco State Digital Network" project, Puerto Vallarta and it's inhabitants will benefit from free internet coverage.
Campaign To Stop Plastic Contamination in Vallarta's Beaches
The pollution of the seas due to the high consumption of plastic products is an irreversible and severe problem, so a group of volunteers called through social networks to a cleanup campaign to be held in the coastal strip of the municipality.
Two Lifeless Whales Found in Marina Vallarta Beach
Apparently they were stranded due to natural causes. Near the cetaceans there was a whale spotted, thought to be the mother of the two calves.
Whale Released Near Banderas Bay
The rescue maneuvers lasted approximately three hours. The whale was seen by Marines from the Eighth Naval Zone who reported the Raben sighting.
Puerto Vallarta Received The First Covid-19 Vaccines
This Wednesday morning they arrived by air and escorted by the National Guard. The doses were escorted by elements of the National Guard, the Mexican Navy, and the Mexican Army and delivered to public hospitals in Puerto Vallarta.
2020 The Year That Changed History
2020 The year that changed the history of humanity and marked Puerto Vallarta as an open door to the world.
Puerto Vallarta Is An Important Generator Of Foreign Currency And Wealth In Mexico
Puerto Vallarta is part of a select list of municipalities in Mexico that produce greater wealth through tourism. The tourist activity is rebounding and it is expected that this winter it will continue to generate resources that will reach the entire population.
293 Flights Arrive in Just Five Days
Thousands of national and foreign tourists arrived at the International Airport of this port on board the 293 flights that landed between last Monday and those that arrived on December 31st at the close of this year.
Even though many of them stayed in condominiums and time-share developments, there are numerous visitors who arrived at hotels in Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit, most of them having occupations of between 30 and 60 percent, due to the effects that the coronavirus pandemic has caused to the tourist activity of this region.
Throughout Wednesday, December 30, 2020, an intense number of tourists was observed in the diverse areas of the Vallarta air terminal where VALLARTA TODAY was present and the arrival of visitors could be observed, covered with mouth guards and always respecting the sanitary measures that the airport has established in its different areas such as Immigration and Customs, as well as the parking and cab areas.
The arrival of numerous flights contributed greatly to the occupation of cab drivers, who could not cope with the immense number of flights, due to the demand for transportation of national and foreign visitors from the main cities on the west coast of the United States, from the states of Texas, Colorado, Illinois and Arizona as well as from the main metropolises in Canada.
This represents an important rebound in the number of tourists who come to Puerto Vallarta on vacation, especially for the New Year's celebration which is already a tradition in this port and attracts thousands of national and foreign tourists, even amidst the pandemic and the necessity to comply with all the sanitary measures established by the government of Jalisco.
Covid Vaccines Arrive In Jalisco Today
Jalisco and Puerto Vallarta are preparing to receive their first coronavirus vaccines
Exports Fall in November After Five Months of Increases
In November, Mexico's trade balance had an annual surplus of 3 thousand 032 million dollars, although exports fell by 1.85 percent from the previous month, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (inegi) reported Thursday.