THE BEST BEACH OF RIVIERA NAYARIT, MEXICO


Arriving at Destiladeras, besides the beautiful scenery of the bay, captivates the family and fraternal atmosphere that exists in its more than five kilometers of beach. It is common to see groups of young people and children playing with a ball, building sandcastles curious or embark on a boogie board to meet the waves ..

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HURRICANE BLANCA AFTERMATH in PUERTO VALLARTA


Hurricane Blanca was the earliest recorded tropical cyclone to make landfall in Baja California in any given year. Forming as a tropical depression on May 31, Blanca initially struggled to organize due to strong wind shear. However, once this abated, the system took advantage of high sea surface temperatures and ample moisture.

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Lagunas Encantadas – Hamock Style at the Laguna Santa Maria del Oro, Nayarit, Mexico


Here you can enjoy a tour around the lake, take pictures or camping in an ideal location; fishing, skis or diving; Savour delicious dishes based on fish, take a sunbath in its beaches and clear waters, enjoy and admire the scenery, breathe pure and fresh air and feel the tranquility that gives the spirit this beautiful place.

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Hurricane Jova Surf wipe-out in Sayulita, Riviera Nayarit, Mexico


Hurricane Jova was a powerful Pacific hurricane that made landfall over Jalisco, Mexico. The tenth tropical depression and named storm, ninth hurricane, and fifth major hurricane of the 2011 Pacific hurricane season, Jova developed from an area of showers and thunderstorms that became better organized in early October. Moving towards the west-northwest, the area became better organized, and late on October 5, the National Hurricane Center began issuing advisories on Tropical Depression Ten-E.

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Kid rips up the Hurricane/Huracán Jova surf in Sayulita, Riviera Nayarit, Mexico


Hurricane Jova was a powerful Pacific hurricane that made landfall over Jalisco, Mexico. The tenth tropical depression and named storm, ninth hurricane, and fifth major hurricane of the 2011 Pacific hurricane season, Jova developed from an area of showers and thunderstorms that became better organized in early October.

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SAYULITA SURF LESSONS, RIVIERA NAYARIT, MEXICO


There is evidence of the presence of surfing for over 500 years in the islands of Polynesia. The English explorer James Cook reached the Hawaiian Islands in 1778.

On the other hand in northern Peru, local cultures left traces that show men going up waves. The figurines are pre-Inca ceramics and one of them clearly shows a man on a tree or something similar in attitude to slide on a wave.

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Zona Arqueológica | Ihuatzio, Michoacán, Mexico


Ihuatzio (in Purepecha language: instead of coyotes) ?, population of Michoacan located 10 km Patzcuaro and founded by the Purepecha. an archaeological site of great importance, used as an astronomical observatory and ceremonial center until the arrival of the conquistadors is. Although small, they emphasize its pyramids dedicated to “Curicaveri” and “Xaratanga

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Horseback Riding in Quimixto, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico


Quimixto is a well known and popular beach located between Las Animas and Majahuitas, at the mouth of River Gate, in the south-western part of the Bay of Banderas.

It can be reached by taking a taxi boat (panga) from Boca de Tomatlan, a journey of about 20 minutes, or from the dock at the pier of Playa de Los Muertos (a journey of about 45 minutes). Another popular way to get there is with one of the many cruises beach in Puerto Vallarta.

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GRANIZOS GIGANTES en GUADALAJARA


Hail is a type of solid precipitation which consists of balls or irregular lumps of ice, each of which refers as hailstones. Unlike graupel (which is formed by frost and hail, which are smaller and translucent), hail consists mainly of water ice and its size can vary between 5 and 50 millimeters (0.19 inches and 1,968 ) in diameter, and even exceed that measure. Hail code METAR report of 5 mm or greater is GR,

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Playa Litibu, Riviera Nayarit, Mexico


Walking through the unspoilt beaches of Litibú you will find algae that reach the shore washed away by the waves, to live with those who walk around, to some curious visitors the pat with the fingertips and feel its sticky texture , the smell of salt and fresh ground, and let yourself be enveloped by the natural wonders of this hidden gem of the Pacific.

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“Ballena en Yelapa”, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico


The baleen whales (Balaenidae) are a family of baleen whales that includes only four species listed below, in two genera, Balaena and Eubalaena. However, the term whale is used broadly to refer to all large cetaceans included in the suborder Mysticeti (cetaceans with beards) as the blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) and several species of the suborder Odontoceti (toothed whales), such as the sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalous).

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ECO-PARQUE ACUÁTICO, BOCA DE RIO CUALE, PUERTO VALLARTA, JALISCO, MEXICO


The Cuale island is a heritage of Puerto Vallarta and is very important in the life of the vallartanses; is constantly visited because it is very suitable for various activities such as walking, exercises, promote ecology, culture helps develop the artistic field of people, and is an important social center. For couples it is a very quiet and romantic place, where they can spend time, this place could say it is an escape,

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ISLAS MARIETAS, RIVIERA NAYARIT, MEXICO


The Marieta Islands National Park are two nearby uninhabited islands to the Mexican coast state of Nayarit. The archipelago of volcanic origin, is composed of the Long Island and Round Island.

On April 14, 2016 the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP) announced the closure to the public of the islands due to environmental degradation caused by its tourist exploitation. Access will be restricted from 9 May.

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DAY PASS at RANCHO BANDERAS, Playa Destiladeras, Riviera Nayarit, Mexico


Arriving at Destiladeras, besides the beautiful scenery of the bay, captivates the family and fraternal atmosphere that exists in its more than five kilometers of beach. It is common to see groups of young people and children playing with a ball, building sandcastles curious or embark on a boogie board to meet the waves.

Its name derives from an extinct freshwater waterfall, and its golden and fine sand the promise of a future project that includes the construction of luxurious hotels,

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