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Price and Availability Index Puerto Vallarta
Vacation Rental Price Information in Puerto Vallarta
We analyzed vacation houses, cottages and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Puerto Vallarta. Prices reach a peak a week in February. The price per night in a vacation rental in Puerto Vallarta this week (2/2 - 2/9) costs on average $355. In August (8/18 - 8/25), prices will hit an average low of $209 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Puerto Vallarta
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Puerto Vallartafor the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 12 months is in December (12/22 - 12/29), where 65% of the vacation rentals are booked. It is easier to find a rental in a week of April (4/20 - 4/27), as only 19% of the accommodations are booked.
The Weather in Puerto Vallarta
Check out the climate diagram for Puerto Vallarta. July is the warmest month of the year in Puerto Vallarta with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 89°. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. August is the wettest month.
Enjoy a dream break with a Puerto Vallarta vacation rental
Puerto Vallarto truly has a little something for everyone: lush forests, miles of pristine coastline, cascading waterfalls, parks, and, of course, the romantic Old Town's charming shopping and gourmet options. The locals are friendly and love welcoming visitors and showing them around. Explore the region with a comfortably furnished Puerto Vallarta vacation rental as your base.
Flying Into Puerto Vallarta
The city is served by Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport, which lies to the north of Puerto Vallarta. It has links with most of the prominent American and Canadian airlines. Once you’ve passed through the arrivals hall, take a cab from the official taxi kiosk to reach your Puerto Vallarta vacation rental. Alternatively, there is a bus stop five minutes away from the airport which will get you downtown – look out for signs reading "Centro" or "Zona Romantica".
Eat, Drink, and Make Merry
The culinary options are plentiful here and the town is dotted with romantic, sea-facing restaurants and terraces, several hosting daily live music. Mexican fajitas, enchiladas, and margaritas are to die for, while Le Bus Burgers serves up tantalizing beef, chicken, fish, and veggie burgers, all barbecued to perfection. Adventurous foodies who wouldn't mind chomping into roast crickets and cactus salad should head to El Arrayan.
Puerto Vallarta features a myriad of beachside bars and clubs where night-owls can while away the twilight hours with excellent drinks and tranquil views.
Puerto Vallarta typically enjoys a subtropical climate with year-round sunshine. January to March brings perfect conditions with cool, dry evenings. However, Puerto Vallarta vacation rentals are in high demand during this period and will need to be booked in advance. The crowds taper off between April and June, while temperatures are still pleasant enough. July to September brings heat, rain, and sweet discounts on Puerto Vallarta vacation homes – why not grab a bargain? October through December is festival season and is a great time to visit.
Sights and Sounds
Puerto Vallarta was once a humble fishing village in the Jalisco state of Mexico. Today it is a vibrant vacation resort city which welcomes international visitors to enjoy its beaches, warmth, and sunshine. Spend a day at the Vallarta Botanical Gardens, home to orchids, agaves, cacti, palms, and even a river, plus a lovely restaurant.
Art, Culture, and More
With cobblestone streets and quaint streetlamps, the Old Town of Puero Vallarta is as charming as it gets. During the high season, visitors are treated to wine and cocktail tastings, concerts, art expos, and film screenings. The Old Town Art Walk in El Centro takes place every Wednesday night and features many interesting local galleries. Theater Agustin Flores Contreras welcomes English and Spanish theater groups.
Excursions and Day Trips
Adventure and nature enthusiasts have much to relish in Puerto Vallerta, with hiking, mountain biking, jeep safaris, snorkeling, scuba diving, and horseback trails on offer. After all that activity, why not rent a yacht or spend the evening on a party cruise?
Puerto Vallarta Whale Watching Tours take place from December to March. Whales, dolphins, and porpoises can be spotted frolicking happily in the Pacific. A visit to Banderas Bay is a must for surfers and those keen to explore some stunning tropical ecosystems along the coast. Kitesurfing, jet skiing, and parasailing are all possible too. Take the kids down to the Sea Life Park by Dolphin Discovery, then bring the day to a close back at your cozy Puerto Vallarta vacation rental.
Regular Events and Festivities
Once New Year festivities have died down, the next big thing is the Day of the Mexican Flag, where ceremonies are held to commemorate the heroes who fought for their country's freedom. Easter and the preceding Holy Week are celebrated with much fervor in Puerto Vallarta. November features the popular Sailfish & Marlin International Tournament and the Puerto Vallarta Gourmet Festival. Book Puerto Vallarta vacation homes early to catch these highlights of the local calendar.
One cultural date of particular note is the Day of the Dead, held on November 1st and 2nd. Mexicans remember their ancestors by building altars and serving the favorite dishes of the deceased. Graves are visited and stories are narrated around the dearly departed. The Day of the Dead is a day of feasting, memories, and laughter. Similarly, the Feast of the Virgin de Guadalupe is celebrated grandly in December. Finally, the Old Town transforms into a veritable fairyland at the year's end. Puerto Vallarta vacation rentals tend to be very busy during this popular season.
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Discover the best of Mexico’s Puerta Vallarta, with colourful nightlife and exquisite nature
El Malecon Boardwalk
Puerto Vallarta’s seaside promenade is packed with clubs, bars and street art. It's the place to be at sunset.
Vallarta Botanical Gardens
Half an hour out of town, the Vallarta Botanical Gardens host exotic plants from around the world including an impressive collection of orchids.
The trendiest area in Puerto Vallarta is full of boutiques, art galleries and eateries. The daily farmers' market is held in the Lazaro Cárdenas Park during the high season.
The Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Dominating Puerta Vallarta’s skyline, this church is one of the city’s most loved Catholic places of worship. Don’t miss the Feats of Guadalupe Festival held every December.
Old Vallarta oozes old fashioned charm, a criss-cross of narrow, cobbled streets and plenty of street parties. This is the traditional Mexican side of town, and it feels like a friendly pueblo.
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