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Young Professionals Organization Puerto Vallarta is a group that began in 2011 as a small community of foreigners and Mexicans that had recently arrived in PV and were starting businesses.

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Inter Avia Mexico is providing for the first time in Puerto Vallarta a professional VIP helicopter transportation service.

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Well-known designers found inspiration in Sayulita, the Riviera Nayarit’s Surfing Capital, for the creation of their summer designs this past year.

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What could be better than an oceanfront penthouse suite with your own private pool?

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Many people may be feeling uneasy about traveling these days, and we need to be able to rely on our local businesses to make our guests feel safe. 

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DIF Receives a Donation from Vallarta Shores for Nursing Home

El Cayan of Coapinole, the nursing home operated by the DIF receives a generous donation from the owners of Vallarta Shores.

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The double edge sword of the high dollar and how it affects your property in Mexico

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Due to COVID-19 the deadline for paying your Mexican property taxes, called Predial, has been extended to July 31, 2020.  So, you have until the end of this week to get them paid.

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If you are thinking about selling you property in Puerto Vallarta, you may have some of these common questions.

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Part of traveling is shopping and what better place to do it than the Markets that we have pretty much all week.

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Starting in November you start to see “El Buen Fin” or “Buen Fin” signs around all Mexico.

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The 2018-2019 Farmer’s Market season is almost here!

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The Vallarta Abuelos are a group of Mexicans and expats in Puerto Vallarta who support educational and cultural projects for at-risk children. Most of these low-income kids live with grandmother or single working mom.

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Friday’s night Magic Market and Festival will be hosting a corn hole fundraising game for Campamento Tortuguero Boca De Tomates.

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The BIG BUS is looking for a home. This entire huge canvas is covered with Puerto Vallarta Unibus bus tickets. Collected and donated by Vallartans and Visitors. Now it's time to give back to the community. Let's help the Vallarta Food Bank.

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In the market for a high-performance, luxury sports car? There’s no reason to look beyond Mexico.

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Damaging your paint is still not an excuse not to slap on the sunscreen.

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All new cars launched by Volvo from 2019 onwards will be partially or completely battery-powered, in what the company called a “historic end” to building models that only have an internal combustion engine.

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It is not safe to swim in the sea during hurricane season.

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Tourist is surprised by a crocodile that was on the beach at night, so she suffered an attack on her leg.

An attentive and respectful call is made by the authorities to the people, locals and tourists, not to visit the beaches at night, particularly the beaches of Marina and Boca de Tomates, since these are areas close to the crocodile habitat, increasing the possibility of an unwanted encounter between humans and crocodiles, which implies the possibility of an aggression due to the territorial nature of the species. In this case, the Municipal Civil Protection Unit asked tourists and locals in general, not to visit the beaches, especially the Marina beach at night, since it is a place where there are usually sightings of crocodiles that move or go hunting from the golf course or from the mouth of the El Salado estuary.

In view of the recent news of a crocodile attacking a North American tourist who was staying at Marina Vallarta and who visited the beach at night, the experts mentioned the importance of paying attention to the warnings posted in the hotels informing that these are areas prone to crocodile habitat, which move frequently and with greater regularity during the rainy season. Crocodiles do not seek encounters with humans, said the head of Civil Protection, Adrián Bobadilla, but unfortunately it happens that some people, more out of unconsciousness than ignorance, go to the beaches at night and this causes them to encounter a specimen, since they usually go out when human activity decreases to look for their prey, either on land, in the rivers or sometimes in the sea. Several studies carried out in the bay affirm that there is not an excessive number in the region, there is no proliferation of the species, but if you enter the area where they live it is likely that you will have an unwanted encounter.

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