Winter in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit is something special. The weather is perfect, with blue skies that saturate the ocean, while the sun glistens on golden sands. This is especially true with NuHome, we can help you enjoy your luxury vacation in style and opulence. And it’s not just the weather that sparkles at this time of year, Riviera Nayarit and Puerto Vallarta come alive during the winter season with an array of local and national events that will add to your once-in-a-lifetime vacation experience.
In between relaxing at your luxury villa, you can organize an almost unlimited variety things to do in Puerto Vallarta, like parasailing, whale watching, or joining in on one of the local cultural parades to create truly unforgettable memories.
Here is a small selection of activities:
The Playa del Amor Puerto Vallarta tour, also known as the hidden beach of Puerto Vallarta, takes visitors to the Marieta Islands around 22 miles off the coast of Puerto Vallarta. Enjoy the ‘love beach’ and its natural beauty, home to over 100 species of birds and fish. This world heritage site will take your breath away. NuHome can help you select the best tour operator.
Whale watching season in Puerto Vallarta runs from December to March with boat tours departing daily from various locations across the bay. Whale watching is an almost holy experience, especially when you witness a mother and cub whale breach the water together.
A popular activity along Banderas Bay, parasailing will have you flying high with the birds. The trips last about 15 minutes and are an incredible way to experience Riviera Nayarit from another perspective.
Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
Day of the Dead is a Mexican celebration in memory of those who have passed away. Held over two days (November 1st & 2nd) with processions taking place across the country. Many families and local businesses create altars furnished with food and drink to nourish the return of deceased souls. A must-see for visitors in what has become a world-renowned carnival.
Festival of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Celebrated by tens of thousands of people every year is the festival of Our Lady Of Guadalupe. Running from December 1-12, with several processions every day commemorating the appearance of the Virgin Mary to the peasant Juan Diego on December 12, 1531.
With so much to see and do over the winter months, booking your dream vacation with NuHome will imprint a souvenir of Mexican magic for years to come.