Rapidly being acknowledged as a destination in its own right, the great choice of hotels and resorts guarantees that Riviera Nayarit can cater to everybody's vacation tastes and styles.
Green Hills Picturesque Bay The Finest Beaches in the Bay The great Choice of Hotels Quality
Restaurants Cruise Ship Port Day Trips to the Jungle Whale Watching
The average temperature in Puerto Vallarta is in the 80s most of the year. June through September is termed the
rainy season and the humidity is a bit high. Rain usually falls in the late evening or at night.
Riviera Nayarit is nestled in a tropical setting on Mexico's Pacific Coast. It has lush, green hills and a picturesque bay,
Bahia de Banderas (Bay of Flags). Hotels line the bay's curving beach. Rapidly being acknowledged as a destination in
its own right, the great choice of hotels and resorts guarantees that Riviera Nayarit can cater to everybody's vacation
tastes and styles.
Offering some of the finest beaches in the bay with large hotel and condominium style resorts there are attractive
options available for any budget.
The official currency of Mexico is the Mexican Peso. American funds are widely accepted, though we recommend
buying some pesos, especially for shopping at the local markets and tips. Currency can be exchanged at casas de
cambio (exchange houses), banks, and hotels, though the latter usually have the highest rates and tack on a service
fee. ATMs are readily available and accept foreign bankcards. Major credit cards are widely accepted.
Riviera Nayarit is serviced by the international airport in Puerto Vallarta. Puerto Vallarta is easily accessible by most
major US carriers year round. AeroMexico also offer daily flights into the destination. Please be advised that many
destinations charge a departure fee. Generally, most airlines include this fee in the cost of your airline ticket. We
recommend you contact the airline directly to review the details with the carrier.
The U.S. Department of State and Homeland Security requires all travelers to and from Mexico to have a passport to
establish the bearer's identity and nationality. Non-U.S. citizens should contact the airline they are traveling on, or
their local consulate regarding the specific entry requirements that apply to their nationality.