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>> Acapulco

Acapulco is a city, and major sea port in the state of Guerrero on the Pacific coast of Mexico. Acapulco is located on a deep, semi-circular bay. It is a port of call for shipping and cruising lines running between Panama and San Francisco, California, United States. The tourist resort city of Acapulco is the largest city in the state. The name “Acapulco” comes from the Nahuatl language, and means “place of big reeds”. Since the 20th century, Acapulco has been a popular resort for tourists taking long holiday weekends cruises from the United States, the Mexican interior and countries in South America. Water sports such as water skiing, parasailing, scuba diving, deep sea fishing, sailing and snorkeling excursions are available in many price ranges amongst the picturesque coastal waters. Generally, Acapulco offers a very good nightlife. Of the American favored clubs, the top three are Palladium, Mandara, and Privado, all located within a mile of each other.

 

 

 

 

 

 

>> La Paz

La Paz is the capital city of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur and an important regional commercial center. Eco-tourism is by far the major source of tourism income in La Paz as people come to enjoy its marine wonders, as well as its diverse and often unique terrestrial species endemic to the region. There are some 900 islands and inlets in the Gulf of California with 244 now under UNESCO protection as World Heritage Bio-Reserves. Its diving, snorkeling, and kayaking are considered second to none. La Paz is also favored by water enthusiasts for its marinas as well as its four boatyards, marine supply stores and cruiser club activities. The surrounding waters are full of adventure foe experienced captains. Industries include silver mining, agriculture, fishing and pearls. Tourism is also an important source of employment for its coastal community. La Paz has recently become an ideal place for retirement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

>> Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta is a Mexican resort city situated on the Pacific Ocean. The city proper comprises four main areas: the hotel zone along the shore to the North, Olas Altas – Col Zapata, the Centro along the shore between these two areas, and a number of residential areas to the East of the hotel zone. The oldest section of the town is the area of Col. Centro near the church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, especially Hidalgo Street. Nearly 50% of the workforce is employed in tourist related industries: hotels, restaurants, personal services, and transportation. Tourism and travel represent a large part of Puerto Vallarta, with many rental and accommodations available. Puerto Vallarta was once named as The Friendliest City in the World. The American director John Huston filmed his 1963 film “The night of the Iguana” in Mismaloya, a small town just south of Puerto Vallarta. During the filming, the US media gave extensive coverage to Elizabeth Taylor’s extramarital affair with Richard Burton, as well as covering the frequent fighting between Huston and the film’s four stars. Landmarks in Puerto Vallarta are: Parish Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Pulpit and Baptismal Font, Chinese Shells Beach, The Malecon (paved walkway), Archaeological Museum, John Huston statue, City Hall, Saucedo Theatre Building. In November the Humpback whales come here, which can be seen from the embankment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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