Puerto Vallarta, a vacation location for each holiday! From Pride to Christmas, PV is always ready!
New Years

The busiest weekend in PV.  Fireworks are choreographed and light up the sky all along Banderas Bay.  Lanterns light up the sky.  The bars are packed with party goers. Olas Altas has a street party each New Years.

Bear Week / Beef Dip

Beer Week (called Beef Dip) always has a large turn out. Beef Dip has planned events ranging from pub crawls to beach days. This week typically runs the last week of January – first week of February.

February 14th – Valentine’s day

PV makes for an amazing romantic get away, and the weather is perfect.

February 28th

Gather your masks and your friends for Mardi Gras PV style! This year the Mardi Gras date falls on February 28th. Book your stay in our condo for a prime location.

May 5th

Come celebrate Cino de Mayo in Mexico! Enjoy the beautiful beaches and scenery.

Vallarta Pride 2017

The 2017 LGBT Pride week in Puerto Vallarta is May 16-29th. Vallarta Pride has so many events, only one could imagine. From Wet-N-Wild cruises to Casino Nights to the all Pride Parade, this event is amazing to attend. Get ready to dance your booty off!

Memorial Day

Another great weekend to visit PV and it is also usually during Gay Pride in PV for those wishing to experience Vallarta Pride.

Art Walk

Puerto Vallarta has established itself as a vibrant center of art creation, exhibition and promotion. An important contribution to the city´s art scene is Puerto Vallarta´s ArtWalk which this year will be held from October 26, 2016 through May 31, 2017. The participating galleries in Centro Historico offer works by important national and international artists. Remarkable paintings, exceptional sculptures, fine ceramics, blown glass and other types of noteworthy art are offered.

July 4th

American Independence Day – PV makes for a great weekend getaway.

Labor Day

End of summer … a great time to go to PV. It can be hot but if you like to have the city and beaches to yourself it is a great time to visit. Its also cheaper to fly and stay during September.

November 2nd – Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos)

During the last week of October to November 2nd, Puerto Vallarta celebrates one of the most representative traditions of Mexico, Día de los Muertos. Highly suggest walking the Malecon to see traditional altars, flower carpets and also visiting the art galleries.


Great time to visit PV.  If you’re coming from the US, you will find turkey, dressing and pumpkin pie in lots of restaurants.


Falling right before New years, this is the busiest week in PV.

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