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ECOTOURISM AND NATURE

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Quail: 5 Impacts of Urban Development on Their Habitat – An In-Depth Analysis

Quail, along with many other species, have seen their habitat change significantly in recent years. The city of Puerto Vallarta in which we live is very different from the one that was inhabited some time ago, especially in the nearby natural environment. Today, many of the inhabitants of Puerto Vallarta see progress as a succession of new works and constructions, where there is almost no space for reflection and reformulation.ContentLife on the outskirts of the cityEnjoying the natureDisappearance of...

Las Juntas and Los Veranos: 7 Reasons to Visit this Spectacular Ecotourism Paradise

Las Juntas and Los Veranos is a charming ecotourism destination located a few minutes south of Puerto Vallarta, following Highway 200 towards El Tuito. This place has become one of the favorite getaways for residents of the bay, who seek to cool off and enjoy their natural surroundings. Located in the municipality of Cabo Corrientes, Las Juntas and Los Veranos has established itself as a destination that combines tourist, recreational and gastronomic attractions, offering a unique experience for visitors.Content1....

Come and Join the Great Cleanup of the Paso Ancho River to Paso del Guayabo

Paso Ancho River Cleanup: A Call to ActionThe Paso Ancho River Cleanup is an open invitation to all residents of Puerto Vallarta to collaborate in the conservation of one of our natural treasures. This Saturday, June 8 at 8:30 am, we are waiting for you at Felipe Ángeles #761, Paso Ancho, to join forces and contribute to a cleaner and healthier environment. The Paso Ancho River Cleanup not only beautifies our landscape, it also protects wildlife and keeps our...

Average Water Temperature in Puerto Vallarta

In 'Average Water Temperature in Puerto Vallarta', we explore how the waters surrounding this beautiful tourist destination vary in temperature throughout the year. Puerto Vallarta is located near a large body of water, such as an ocean, sea, or large lake. This section reports the average water surface temperature for a wide area, providing valuable information for visitors and residents.The average water temperature experiences significant seasonal variations. The warmest water period of the year lasts approximately 4.1 months, from...

Come and join the Great Cleanup of the Pitillal River

Pitillal River Cleanup: A Community EffortThe Pitillal River Cleanup is more than an event; is a call to action for all Vallarta residents who care about the environment and want to see their natural resources preserved. This coming May 19 at 9:00 am, we have the opportunity to come together as a community to make a palpable difference in the Pitillal River. The meeting point will be at Calle 5 de Septiembre 239, in the center of Pitillal, just...

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