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Tourist infrastructure in Puerto Vallarta unaffected; ready to receive more visitors

By Rodrigo López Becerril

October 12, 2023

Puerto Vallarta’s tourist infrastructure has not been affected by Hurricane Lidia and is ready to receive tourists who decide to visit this destination in the next few days. Hotels, restaurants, tour operators and businesses in general were not affected by the meteorological phenomenon and therefore are not hindered in serving tourists.

The report of the Puerto Vallarta Hotel Association indicates that none of its members were affected in any way that would prevent them from operating normally, as they reported only superficial aspects of cleaning after the hurricane passed through on Tuesday night.

The restaurants are also in good condition to continue their services. Some of the restaurants on the beach in Flamingos and Los Muertos had to do some cleaning, as the strong gusts of wind brought a lot of dirt, mud and leaves, but due to the preventive work and the removal of furniture and decorations, they did not suffer any material damage.

Port and airport open

In terms of connectivity, the Puerto Vallarta International Airport reopened this Wednesday morning, reinstating all national and international flights.

The Port of Puerto Vallarta was also reopened to shipping, which will allow the port to receive the cruise ships scheduled in the annual calendar of the National Port System Administration. Eight cruise ships are scheduled to arrive for the rest of the month, the next being the Eurodam on Monday 15th and the Disney Magic on Tuesday 16th.

Thus, the port’s tourist infrastructure in terms of air and land connections, accommodation, food and services is in optimal conditions to receive tourists.





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