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Sailing in Puerto Vallarta

 


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Puerto Vallarta is a resort city located in the state of Jalisco in Mexico. With a population that measured 177,830 in a 2005 census report, this is the fifth largest city in Jalisco. Tourism makes up half of the economic activity in this popular vacation spot. The peak seasons for tourism runs from late November to March.

One particular draw is their sailing attractions. Sailing in Puerto Vallarta is a reason that tourists flock here every year. There are a countless amount of adventures available for sailing in Puerto Vallarta. One popular kind if their sunset cruises. One being called Champagne Sunset Cruise. If you have ever heard the phrase a picture is worth a thousand words it would describe sailing in Puerto Vallarta via these romantic, breathtaking ventures! Before sunset, hundreds of tourists and locals alike gather downtown on the Malecon to stroll along, watching the sunsets. Come and enjoy a romantic sunset cruise in a fine yacht. You will enjoy fine dining with classy hors doeuvres. At sunset, participate in a toast by the Captain.

Another popular activity here is whale watching in the beautiful Bay of Banderas. It is known as a breeding ground of Orca and Humpback whales. Hundreds of whales migrate back here every year to mate and give birth to calves. It is quite an unforgettable experience to watch the elegant dance of whales and hear their songs. The whales will actually approach the boats daily. This usually goes on from November through April.

If you are into fishing, and you can fix it so you can go during the fall, September is the best month for the big fish. You can catch a large amount of marlins and sailfish. There are also yellowtail weighing between 20 and 30 pounds. There is an annual tournament held every year November 13-15th. This is always fun because you see a wide variety of big fish.

Snorkeling is a very popular activity here. What is really fun are their snorkeling cruises. There is a business called Snorkeling Unlimited that offers them. You get wonderful personal service, good snorkeling locations and free snacks and beverages. The crew is, thankfully, bilingual and the boats are all insured and licensed. They offer full or half day trips and different boats to choose from.

Sailing Unlimited offers daily charters and bay cruises. You will probably have to watch your waistline as they offer continental breakfast, lunch, dinner plus snacks, including chips and salsa. There is an open bar that serves mixed drinks, coffee, juices and water. There is also a barbecue on the beach two days a week. You are allowed to fish on these trips and you may reel in anything you catch. The cruise stops at Piedra Blanca for snorkeling and swimming. After swimming, lunch is served. Guests can even take the helm and try sailing for a once-in-a lifetime thrill.

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