Puerto Vallarta

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Orchids, bromeliads, agaves and wild palms line the paths of this gorgeous nature park. — Lonely Planet
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The crown-topped steeple of the Templo de Guadalupe is a Vallarta icon. — Lonely Planet
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On the sea side of Plaza Morelos is an outdoor amphitheater backed by Los Arcos, a row of arches that has become a symbol of the city. — Lonely Planet
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Puerto Vallarta's "Zona Romantica," or "Romantic Zone" has all the elements that make the neighborhood name a fitting one: cobblestone streets, proximity to the beach and its stunning sunsets. — Afar Magazine
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There’s no greater thrill or satisfaction than knowing you’ve helped protect an endangered species and this family-friendly turtle camp gives you just that — Afar Magazine
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The beach attracts fewer sunbathers than Los Muertos but is otherwise an extension of that beach, and it gets lively during holidays with sunbathers and impromptu snack stands. — Fodor's
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There's lots to do besides sunbathe at this beach and town 15 minutes south of Boca de Tomatlán. — Fodor's
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Playa de los Muertos (Dead Man's Beach) in the Zona Romantica, offers opportunities to Jet Ski, windsurf and even parasail and an assortment of excellent restaurants and bars. — U.S. News & World Report
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Spend the day snorkeling or hike to a waterfall at this intimate resort 45 minutes from Puerto Vallarta. Or ease into the hammock outside your palm-shaded, thatched-roof casita. — Travel + Leisure
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This beach, just beyond Las Ánimas, has a waterfall accessible by a half-hour hike or by hiring a pony on the beach to take you up. — Lonely Planet
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It's perfect for a romantic walk, for reading a book while listening to the sound of the waves, and for viewing at night when it lights up the buzzing Los Muertos Beach. — Fodor's
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