Top 7 Reasons to Visit Puerto Vallarta during December

December has begun and with it, the warm summer days will be behind us. One of the best times of the year begins, as the temperature in Puerto Vallarta ranges between 20° and 32° Celsius, in addition to the fact that the days and nights have the same duration and you can make the most of them. The rains are less frequent, the humidity is low, and the surrounding mountains are spectacularly green, allowing you to admire photo-worthy landscapes everywhere. And as there are always activities that combine with our natural landscapes, here we share the Top 7 reasons to travel to Puerto Vallarta at this time:

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December has begun and with it, the warm summer days will be behind us. One of the best times of the year begins, as the temperature in Puerto Vallarta ranges between 20° and 32° Celsius, in addition to the fact that the days and nights have the same duration and you can make the most of them. The rains are less frequent, the humidity is low, and the surrounding mountains are spectacularly green, allowing you to admire photo-worthy landscapes everywhere. And as there are always activities that combine with our natural landscapes, here we share the Top 7 reasons to travel to Puerto Vallarta at this time:

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Merry Christmas

🎅🎄 I wish that you have spent a warm and cousy Christmas and that you have managed to be happy, or yet better to bring a moment of happiness to your loved ones or at least to the people around you that you sometimes don’t perceive.  That was my case:

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Disguised with some of the Santa Claus hats that I have used this year and in previous years, I went to Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta and Punta Mita to greet some of the people that I see on a daily basis among hotel entertainers, waiters, hostesses, Trash pickers, maids, baristas and others to give them a brief surprise. I asked them to introduce their hand in a Christmas boot and take out the first thing they touched, which was a candy, a chewing gum, peanuts or a chocolate. Then I asked them to introduce their hand in another Christmas boot from where they pulled out a small toy or school accessory. (A Toy Kitten, A ball with the Avengers or Moana, Hello Kitty’s crayons, Jumping Ropes, etc.) I know they are adults and that they are not asking for toys but I also know it’s important to reconnect with our inner child. Continue reading “Merry Christmas”

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