Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta lies in the western portion of the state of Jalisco in central Mexico and pointing to the Pacific Ocean. Geographically speaking, this is a diverse territory perched on a breathtaking natural area hedged with mountains, jungles, beaches, rivers and waterfalls, let alone traditional cobblestone streets and colonial buildings. Architecture mirrors colonial-style mortar facades and blooming plants. The Puerto Vallarta’s downtown area is dominated by a few landmarks, like the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Los Arcos, spotted in the picture-perfect Municipal Square. This city has embraced progress without forgetting its roots. Thus, the burg has evolved to meet the needs of today’s tourists who come looking for fancy hotels, all-inclusive resorts, state-of-the-art golf courses, conference halls equipped with cutting-edge technology, high-end stores and restaurants serving all kinds of food. All in all, this destination and its surroundings offer a good deal of beaches that scores of tourists flock everyday. The place is packed with a multitude of natural beauties, like the neighboring towns of Conchas Chinas, Mismaloya, Punta Mita, San Sebastian, Talpa de Allende and Mascota in Sierra Madre. They’re all blessed with paradise-like beaches, historic monuments, museums, art galleries and different cultural works, not to mention plenty of archeological sites and landscape-laden mountains. The place is an ideal location for weddings and honeymoons, for couples and family travel, and a must-see for elder trippers. In the same breath, Puerto Vallarta offers superb options for events, congresses, incentives and adventures. Fishing, golf, motorcycling, whales, art, scuba diving, culture, surfing and whole lot more will be waiting just for you.



Little Cayman has a population of only 70 people. There is one policeman, a one-pump gas station and one bank.