Hurricane Nora in Vallarta.

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…

Beach Clean Up Day!

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!

Bachelorette Parties with Alalibre in Puerto Vallarta!

Alalibre‘s experiences are fun experiences. Several of our costumers have highlighted them as the best part of their trips to Puerto Vallarta. Recently we have hosted a couple of bachelorette parties in our Cuban Salsa and Mojito Party Nights at La Bodeguita:

Ceibas

The Ceibas are very typical trees in Central America and Africa that we find on Alalibre’s frequent trails to the beaches and waterfalls. They reach up to 70 meters in height and their trunk reaches 3 meters in diameter. They usually develop spines when they are young.The Ceibas are sacred to the Yoruba, Nahua, MayanContinue reading “Ceibas”

Gay Pride @ Puerto Vallarta

🌈🌈 Did you know that part of the reasons why Puerto Vallarta is known as “The Friendliest City in the World” is because it embraces an inclusive atmosphere Equality has been the banner of Puerto Vallarta since the end of the eighties and beginning of the nineties, when travellers from around the globe were lookingContinue reading “Gay Pride @ Puerto Vallarta”

Puerto Vallarta’s Anniversary

Un 31 de mayo 1918 la comisaria Las Peñas se convierte en municipio tras el Decreto 1889 del Congreso.Puerto Vallarta celebra su aniversario 103 como municipio y 53 de ciudad. Hoy no habrá desfile por el tema Covid. Pero aún así¡Muchas felicidades Puerto Vallarta! On May the 31st 1918, Las Peñas port was converted inContinue reading “Puerto Vallarta’s Anniversary”

Travel Bloggers & Yogis

During one of our latest Cuban Salsa and Latin party Experience with Alalibre, we met Alyssa Ramos, famous travel blogger @mylifesatravelmovie and Eben, an outstanding Yoga Instructor. It was amazing having them on board. Durante una de nuestras últimas experiencias de Casino y fiesta latina con Alalibre, conocimos a Alyssa Ramos, la famosa bloguera deContinue reading “Travel Bloggers & Yogis”

Why Americans celebrate Mexico on Cinco de Mayo?

In the United States, Cinco de Mayo, which lands on May 5 every year, is a day to celebrate Mexican food, culture, and traditions. Of course, it’s also a great excuse to enjoy a margarita, and a big plate of nachos, too. However, many who celebrate in the U.S. assume, incorrectly, that Cinco de Mayo is Mexico’sContinue reading “Why Americans celebrate Mexico on Cinco de Mayo?”