Flights to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (PVR)
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- Resort Living Slide 1 of 3: Home to nearly 100 all-inclusive resorts and hotels, Puerto Vallarta makes for the perfect escape to a tropical destination.#SkyMilesLife photo by @2bfftravelmoms.
- Los Arcos Slide 2 of 3: Sitting just off the coast are the small granite islands of Los Arcos, navigable to by boat, which are a popular scuba diving and snorkeling destination.#SkyMilesLife photo by @thadcaperton.
- Secluded Beaches Slide 3 of 3: Puerto Vallarta features several secluded beaches within short hikes of many of the area’s resorts, offering visitors a more intimate beach experience. #SkyMilesLife photo by @thadcaperton.
Licenciado Gustavo Diaz OrdazInternational Airport (PVR) is Puerto Vallarta’s airport, accessible from several U.S. destinations. The airport is located near the heart of the city and is a quick drive away from the majority of the area’s resorts. As Puerto Vallarta grows in popularity, so too has the airport, with expansions and renovations set to take place through 2024.
Free WiFi is available throughout the airport with plenty of food and dining options once passengers have made their way through security.
Resorts dot the coastline of Puerto Vallarta, making it a top destination for those looking for a tropical destination getaway. With reasonably priced accommodations through most of the area, the resort town has gained popularity, resulting in a growth in the number of available hotel options. Sitting by the pool or reserving a cabana on the beach are the stars of the show.
While resorts are the name of the game in Puerto Vallarta, secluded beaches and tucked away islands off the coast offer the perfect escape from the resort scene. Los Arcos attracts divers for its unique underwater wildlife and its stunning views around the rock structures, while the Marietas Islands offer similarly abundant wildlife options, due to its federally protected status and shallow waters.
The nightlife of Puerto Vallarta is another main draw, whether visitors are looking for the club scene or a quiet cocktail spot. Among the most popular nightclubs in the city are Mandala and La Santa, which offer a night out for those who spent their days laying by the pool or beach in one of the area’s resorts.
Sitting on the West Coast of Mexico on the chilly waters of the Pacific Ocean, Puerto Vallarta offers the warm climate that beach-goers seek. The area’s busy season is typically December through May when temperatures are still warm but more mild, while the warmer season of June through September is typically slower and wetter.