En estas vacaciones de Semana Santa, recuerda dejar la playa más limpia que como la encontraste. Recoge tu basura y si puedes, llévate un poco de la basura que encuentres aunque no sea tuya. ¡Estas son tus playas y hay que mantenerlas limpias! ¡Prefiere utilizar termos de agua, cerveza o café reutilizables, lleva comida enContinue reading “¡Semana Santa sin Basura en Las Playas, por favor!”
Many nice women travelers have joined our hikes and dances with Alalibre. We believe that women should be able to travel with freedom to any corner of the world where men can go without feeling in danger because of their gender. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. Today is a day to remember that we stillContinue reading “International Women’s Day”
Avec 470 m. de long et 150 m. haut, le pont de Jorullo est le plus long pont suspendu de L’Amérique latine. With 470m long and 150m high, El Jorullo Bridge is the longest hanging bridge in Latin America. Con 470 m. de largo y 150 m. de altura, el puente del Jorullo es elContinue reading “Puente El Jorullo”
December the 11th International Tango Day. Congratulations to all our friends all over the world, who love this wonderful and passionate dance just in the way we do.
Cuale River Trash Clean-up Sunday the 5th of December 2021, 8:30amLimpieza del Rio CualeDomingo 5 de Diciembre 2021 8:30am
December has begun and with it, the warm summer days will be behind us. One of the best times of the year begins, as the temperature in Puerto Vallarta ranges between 20° and 32° Celsius, in addition to the fact that the days and nights have the same duration and you can make the mostContinue reading “Top 7 Reasons to Visit Puerto Vallarta during December”
It has been a while since we have uploaded here some of our travel highlights during these last months. Before it is too late, we don’t want to miss the opportunity to share some of our latest pictures in the beautiful places we have visit in the area. Perhaps sometime in the future, you canContinue reading “Travel Moment Highlights in Puerto Vallarta with Alalibre October and November 2021”
In Puerto Vallarta, people from different regions and nationalities live together but share the same pride for the Mexican Culture. Today at 11pm, we celebrate the start of our Independence and our birth as a Nation. ¡Viva México!
Originally posted on Israel Andalón:
Last Saturday the 28th of August, it was a normal rainy day in Puerto Vallarta. Hurricane Nora was predicted to pass south west from Punta Perula around 1pm so we were expecting some storms as the Hurricane passed away, but then Nora decided to change her path and go…
Journée de nettoyage de la plage ! Merci Neto, merci Armando et merci à tous les bénévoles ! ¡Día de Limpieza de Playa! ¡Gracias Neto, Gracias Armando y gracias a Todos los Voluntarios! Beach Cleanup Day! Thanks Neto, Thanks Armando and thanks to All the Volunteers!