GlobeQuest Vacation Club reviews one of the most famous and beautiful cities in Mexico, Puerto Vallarta. Originally founded as a mining town in the 19th century, the city known as “Las Peñas” was created to give port access for miners to ship their goods, as well as a transportation hub. No longer a mining town, Puerto Vallarta has become one of the top locations to vacation in Mexico, perfect any time of the year. Full of art and beauty, it’s a location that should be visited by anyone wanting to travel to Mexico. While GlobeQuest feels the entire city needs to be explored, its best to pick a few places that we feel you need to see. So put on some sunscreen and grab a beach towel, as GlobeQuest Vacation Club reviews Puerto Vallarta!
GlobeQuest Vacation Club reviews perhaps the best known of the many beaches in the area, Sayulita. This sandy paradise can be the perfect way to spend an afternoon, surrounded by the sounds of the ocean and relaxing in the sunshine. A great location to find snorkeling, surfing, and jet skis, it’s one of the many reasons why tourists come back to Puerto Vallarta time and time again. You’ll also have the chance to take tours from here, giving you an up close and personal look at the marine life in the area. Glass bottom boat tours let you have unparalleled access to the schools of fish and other animals that call this area home. Not only a fantastic photo opportunity, it’s an experience that you will be sure to tell your family and friends about when you get back home.
Continuing the theme of aquatic adventure, GlobeQuest Vacation Club reviews Islas Marietas National Park. The Marieta Islands are a group of small islands that sit just off the coast and are taken care of by the city of Puerto Vallarta. Home to a variety of different birds and fish, both native and migratory, it can be amazing to see all of the animals living in the same place. You’ll get the same feeling as being in a zoo, except you’ll see the ocean all around you and notice the freedom all of these animals have. Mexico has made Islas Marietas a national park because of its importance to these birds and fish, acting as a nesting ground and occasional winter home for so many. At least 92 different species of birds make Islas Marietas their home during the winter, and the months of October through March can give you the best chance to see them.
These are just two of the many locations that you need to visit when you travel to Puerto Vallarta. Whenever you decide to visit, just know that GlobeQuest Vacation Club is the best way to get there! Happy travels!