Puerto Vallarta is one of Mexico's popular holiday destinations. That's because they boast sparkling seas, gorgeous beaches, friendly marine life, and many more. Given its natural beauty, the best things to do there would be some outdoor-based activities. If you’re interested, here are nine thrilling outdoor activities that you should try while you’re in Puerto Vallarta. [caption id="attachment_498" align="alignleft" width="300"] Puerto-Vallarta-Jalisco-México[/caption] [caption id="attachment_496" align="aligncenter"
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The Longest Vehicle Suspension Bridge in the World is a work that has impacted young and old throughout Mexico and the world, from the journey to reach the facilities of the Canopy River park, you will be able to observe the variety of vegetation that feeds the Cuale River, the warmth of the people who greet you when they see you go by, with a pleasant look that even makes you smile; You will not feel the 30 minutes that are traveled from the center of the city until you reach the park, you will notice that there is much to
Are you traveling to Puerto Vallarta and looking for something fun and cultural to do at night? Canopy River has the perfect tour for you. Fiesta in the Mountains. Offering something unique in Puerto Vallarta. Fiesta in the Mountains is one of the most important activities that we offer. Which is a mexican party that occurs every Wednesday in the top of the mountain and where you could spend a fun night with your significant other, friends or even family. Canopy River has 3 different pick up points across Puerto Vallarta and
Did you know that the longest suspension bridge in the world is in Puerto Vallarta?
Looking for innovation, the eco park Canopy River brings a new Touristic attraction. Jorullo Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the world.
In the middle of the Sierra Madre Occidental, you can find this big structure of 1592 feet in length and 492 feet of height, living in complete harmony and responsibility with nature. Enjoying of 360 degrees views of the mountains and part of the Banderas Bay of Puerto Vallarta