Puerto Vallarta is known for its white sandy beaches, authentic Mexican culture and the Church of our Lady of Guadalupe, but the town truly comes alive in the night.
There are some fun indoor and outdoor activities that you can indulge in while visiting Puerto Vallarta.
Here are some of the best nightlife activities in Puerto Vallarta.
Now, if you love having a good time after a hectic day or you are just a fun of the night life, then PV has you covered. The city is full of vibrant nightclubs. Enjoy drinks the whole night as you listen to great music and meet new people. Some of these clubs are located that give you the pleasure of incredible views of the Puerto Vallarta landscape and skyline as you dance the night away.
PV also caters for the loved ones. Couples have the freedom to chose from several restaurants that offer romantic dinner packages. You can decide to have a candlelit dinner and show at Las Caletas to spice up your relationship. Or visit one of those beachside restaurants for that late evening view of the Los Muertos pier as you bond.
Visit the Seaside
Visit the Malecón seaside boardwalk, which is regarded as the heart and soul of Puerto Vallarta is one of the best places to experience the power of the ocean. Visit the area and grab a drink on the beach in one of several restaurants located in the area.
Visit and attend night shows
Attending night shows in Puerto Vallarta should be in your to-do list while in the city. Several theatres offer all-around entertainment to their guests. There are several local and international acts doing shows in various stages around the town such as ACT II Theaters.
Visit islands for night shows
There are several tours where guests travel by boat to an island for a candlelit night full of entertainment. Enjoy the night in the Puerto Vallarta’s beautiful islands being treated to spectacles and shows all through the night. These are perfect for all groups of people including children.
When choosing a holiday destination, your options may be limited depending on what you are looking for in a holiday destination. But in Puerto Vallarta, you get all those things in one. You do not compromise on your nightlife holiday fun; not even when you’re in isolated islands.
If you want to explore Puerto Vallarta and Visit its destination but you are on a budget, there are some things you should keep in mind the make a smart, convenient but great trip. Here come our top tips to visiting Puerto Vallarta destinations on a budget.
CHOOSE A TRAVEL STYLE AT THE RANGE OF YOUR BUDGET
Forget about hotels and tours. Rather, travel with your backpack! Cost-conscious “backpackers” travel light (which is quite logical, as they carry their belongings in a backpack) and choose budget accommodation while they are traveling. They also usually choose local food and often stay on the road for longer, moving quickly between numerous destinations. If you are traveling during the low season, you will spend even less, saving money on anything from flights to accommodation and attractions.
BOOK IN ADVANCE YOUR TOUR
Booking in advance is amazing to save your spot, create a schedule for your itinerary and save a lot of money! If you want to go for a tour in Puerto Vallarta, look for some online offer as the online price is often absolutely cheaper than the one at the front office! You will save a lot of money without renouncing to your bucket list!
ORGANIZE A LONGER JOURNEY
Although you probably do not believe it, taking a trip that lasts longer is much less expensive than a quick blitz. Why? By creating a “base” in another place, long-term travelers do not have to pay constantly for transportation to their next destination and are able to take advantage of short-term rental opportunities instead of paying the most expensive daily hostel rates. In addition, long-term travelers are typically more interested in learning about a culture by living it and “doing the same things as the locals” (instead of paying for expensive tours and day trips), they love to cook their own meals too.
COOK YOUR OWN MEALS
It’s no secret that eating at the restaurant every day costs (not to mention the potential deleterious effect on your waistline!). Those who travel paying attention to costs know that cooking their own meals saves a lot: even more if you decide to divide costs by cooking and sharing a meal with your travel companions who share the accommodation or the hostel with you (visit exhibitions food and supermarkets abroad is part of the fun!)
If you are looking for a place where to eat something typical to avoid touristic traps, where you will pay a lot of money while eating low quality food, ask locals! In Puerto Vallarta locals are so open and friendly and they love getting to know brand new people! Connecting with them you will have a glimpse into their culture, habits and lifestyle while collecting useful tips and trip about where to eat real traditional food or where to find underrated hidden gems to explore.
DON’T BUY USELESS SOUVENIRS
Try to invest your money in what’s authentic. If you want to buy something buy something linked to the local tradition and culture and try to invest your money in experience and not material things!