The included ceremony is strictly symbolic. To have legal value, additional services are required to process documentation, and for the judge. To have religious value, the ceremony must be carried out in a church. Velas Vallarta does not have a church or chapel.
There are many things to do in Puerto Vallarta: Take a walk along the Malecón and nearby streets, delight in a food tour, watch how the sun sets above the ocean, enjoy sunbathing on the beach, take part in a tequila tour, marvel at the Cuale River flea market, and explore San Pancho.
You'll find a wide variety of family-friendly resorts in Puerto Vallarta. We recommend you an experience at Villa del Palmar Flamingos, a resort with rooms that include kitchenettes; Now Amber Puerto Vallarta, located just five minutes from downtown; and Velas Vallarta, a kid-friendly resort included in the list of The Top 25 Hotels for Families in Mexico by Tripadvisor.
Enjoy the Rhythms of the Night show, marvel at Islas Marietas, fly above the treetops on a zipline adventure, immerse yourself in nature with a horseback riding tour in Punta Mita, buy souvenirs in the Cuale River flea market, take wonderful pictures of historic downtown, take a stroll along the Malecón, and enjoy the blissful views of the Zona Romántica.
There are countless interesting things to see in Puerto Vallarta: the picture-postcard architecture of downtown, the awesome arts and crafts along the Cuale River, the magnificent Marieta Islands, an awe-inspiring sunset above the ocean, the turquoise waters of Playa Las Gemelas, and the beauty of San Pancho beach town.
The airlines flying to Puerto Vallarta are American Airlines, Delta, United, Aeromexico, British Airways, Sunwing, Virgin Atlantic, Air Canada, WestJet, Alaska Airlines, Continental Airlines, Air Transat, among others.
If you want to make your experience as enjoyable as possible, we recommend you to avoid the following: swimming during high tide, drinking tap water, forgetting your biodegradable insect repellent, and drinking alcohol in excess.
You'll find endless things to do in Puerto Vallarta: Join the free Art Walk from October to May, admire the architecture of our Lady of Guadalupe church, marvel at the natural beauty of Mismaloya, explore the Municipal Market of Colonia Emiliano Zapata, hike along Las Animas, enjoy a sunset view from the Malecón, and go scuba diving in the Marieta Islands.
There is a wide variety of airlines that fly to Puerto Vallarta, such as Delta, American Airlines, Aeromexico, United, Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, Air Transat, WestJet, Calafia Airlines, Finnair, Air Canada, Interjet, Sun Country Air, US Airways, Sunwing, VivaAerobus, and Volaris.
It depends on the number of people, the season of the year, and your preferences. You can spend approximately 60 USD on food, 15 USD on taxis, and 5 USD on local transportation per person, per day. But if you prefer an All Inclusive resort getaway, the price will vary widely.
There are a number of non-stop flights to Puerto Vallarta. You can buy a ticket online with the most popular airlines, such as United, Delta, American Airlines, British Airways, Aeromexico, Virgin Atlantic, Air Transat, WestJet, Calafia Airlines, Finnair, Air Canada, Interjet, Sun Country Air, US Airways, Sunwing, VivaAerobus, and Volaris.
We recommend you to contact an expert Wedding Planner. Weddings in Puerto Vallarta are usually held at outstanding hotel and resorts, including Hacienda San Miguel, Grand Mayan Palace, Velas Vallarta, Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit, and Iberostar.
If you are wondering whether you can travel to Puerto Vallarta, you can rest assure this destination applies strict health and safety protocols to ensure a safe trip. We strongly suggest reviewing the reopening policies of your country of origin.
Starting June 15th, 2020 most resorts reopened their doors. Velas Vallarta summed up to Puerto Vallarta's reactivation, by implementing high standards on security and safe protocols to welcome guests to enjoy this fabulous paradise.
The hotels that are current holders of the "Safe Travels" Stamp—issued by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC)—ensures that high standard protocols are being followed, such as Velas Vallarta—proud holder of the stamp—, which guarantees the highest hygiene protocols to face Covid-19.
Following the guidelines provided by Mexican government, most resorts are certified to protect guests from Covid-19 in Puerto Vallarta as exhaustive training has been undertaken to ensure the safety and security of visitors. Look for the "Safe Travels" Stamp which grants bearers the acknowledgement of highest standards and protocols have been implemented. Velas Vallarta is a proud holder of the stamp.