Known for its marine life and water sports as well as its beautiful beaches and resorts, Puerto Vallarta is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world. There are more than a few attractive tourist destinations to keep your family entertained. If you are visiting for work, consider enjoying a relaxing stroll on the beach in between board meetings to clear your mind and relieve stress. Regardless of the reason for your visit to Puerto Vallarta, charter a private jet to Puerto Vallarta and let International Jet get you there safely and in style.
When you charter a private jet to Puerto Vallarta, you will not only arrive in a luxurious aircraft, but you will be surrounded by some of the most experienced professionals in the industry. You can rest easy knowing that your safety is first and foremost.
The Licenciado Gustavo Diaz Ordaz International Airport, located in Puerto Vallarta receives thousands of tourists each year. The airport is home to several restaurants and retail stores for added convenience. There is even a VIP Lounge for those who are looking to get the most out of their flying experience.
A Brief History of Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta was a small fishing village that served as a supply point for ships seeking refuge in the bay from pirate ships during the 17th and 18th centuries. It was also a place where smuggling goods could be sent on to the Sierra towns near Mascota while evading custom operations at San Blas, Nayarit in the 19th century. By 1932, Puerto Vallarta had its first airplane service, with electrical services following around the same time. In 1939, the village gained plumbing services. In 1942 came the first New York advertisement for a Puerto Vallarta vacation. Since then, it has become a major resort destination.
Parish of The Lady of Guadalupe
The church, built between 1930 and 1940, is a catholic house of worship on the Pacific Coast in Mexico. The Lady of Guadalupe, also known as the Virgin Mary, was built on the original foundation of a chapel that was initially dedicated to Lady Guadalupe in 1901. She is considered the patron saint of Mexico and a symbol of the Catholic faith as well as female empowerment. Many travelers from all over come here to pay her homage.
Whether you’ve been playing hard at one of the beautiful beaches or are just needing to relax after a hard day at the office, a walk down the Malecon Boardwalk may be just what the doctor ordered. Here you will be able to take in the kites and parasailing, the ocean scene and, of course, the wonderful food and drinks of the area.
Dolphin Discovery Vallarta
When you think of Mexico, do you think of dolphins? At the Dolphin Discovery Vallarta, you will have the opportunity to swim with and ride on the dolphins and sea lions for an unforgettable experience. Water slides, marine animal shows, a zip line, and a climbing wall challenge are also included. You will not want to miss out on this while visiting Puerto Vallarta.