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Comments from real residents of Vallarta Gardens

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Great choice The hotel was perfect. Clean, quiet and comfortable. ¡Lovely rooms and style, convenient location, friendly staff! Exceeded our expectations.. Great service and comfortable beds… A wonderful fireside by to enjoy a classic cocktail… Great food… A great value for this property. Loved the location… We will definitely be back.

Jahlering

This is a very modern, clean and spacious hotel. Full of amenities. Located just a few meters from Bucerias where you can find excellent restaurants, galleries and craft markets.

Douglas A

This is our second evening and everything about Vallarta Gardens has exceeded our expectations. We’ve kayaked through the waves, had a couple strolls through town, and best of all just relaxed. It is very warm now, but we are lucky enough to have a private pool, which is extremely refreshing. Our villa is beautiful. We have an incredible view of the bay from both the bedroom and our living room.

Thomas Brown

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All members/ Future members / Owners of Vallarta Gardens

Recently, there has been a sharp increase in fraud and scam of all kinds across all business and industry sectors, including credit card fraud, account holder fraud, insurance fraud, and even vacation club fraud. We are writing to let you know about a particular scam we have learned of.

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Beaches in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit

There’s one thing that many people go on vacation to find: the beach. This is especially true for those who don’t live close to water. Among various other checklist items such as warm weather, sunshine and cold drinks, the beach is often what travelers crave. There’s not much better than sitting on the sand watching …

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Riviera Nayarit’s Nature Attractions

In this area, there is a lot to see out in nature. From wildlife to stunning landscapes, a world of beauty. Hiking is a great activity to do, and it’s something that is available for all ages. Consider taking an organized tour such as Petroglyphs (a cultural tour), Cerro del Mono (sunset tour), Lo de …

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Discovering Botanical Gardens

Located about 40 minutes south of Puerto Vallarta, this 64-acre botanical garden offers families a chance to reconnect with each other while connecting with nature. Visiting this attraction is a great way for families to enjoy something both healthy and fun together. During this day trip, people can expect to do a bit of hiking, …

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Iguana Bridge

This bridge over the River Cuale leads to a neighborhood that was once an escape for Hollywood’s elite. Puerto Vallarta’s modern history can be traced back to the 19th century. Its historic district encompasses areas like Old Vallarta and the Romantic Zone.  The area known as “Gringo Gulch” lies precisely here, atop a ravine-sided cliff …

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Popsicle cart

In 1905, eleven-year-old Frank Epperson left a cup filled with powdered soda, water, and a stirring stick on his San Francisco porch. That night, low temperatures caused the mixture to freeze — and a summertime staple was born. Today, two billion Popsicles are sold every year. Vallarta Gardens has an amazing cart of ice popsicles, for the …

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Puerto Vallarta: vibrant beach city you shouldn’t overlook

Puerto Vallarta’s impressive coastlines, taco tours and rugged mountains are not to be missed. Puerto Vallarta hasn’t lost its humble routes, and with palm-lined beaches, turquoise waters and year-round sunshine — there’s plenty to love. Here’s how to explore Puerto Vallarta the right way… What areas to visit in Puerto Vallarta Vallarta wraps around the …

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