Whales in PV!

It’s that wonderful time of the year again. The whales are back in Puerto Vallarta!

Every year from December to April, is the official Humpback Whale season. These magical creatures make the long haul down from their northern homes in the. The humpbacks travel south and have chosen the Bay of Banderas as the perfect spot to mate and birth their offspring.

Humpback whales are the species most frequently seen during the Puerto Vallarta Whale watching season. These Humpbacks are members of the North Eastern Pacific Population. This population has been estimated to now be over 18,000 whales and their annual growth rate estimated between 6-7%. The population is still considered vulnerable to extinction and is threatened by entanglement, ship strike, marine environment degradation, sound pollution, pollution and more.

Please enjoy this information found at www.whalewatchvallarta.com

“Puerto Vallarta’s Bay of Banderas has seen both growth and depression of the population of Humpback Whales migrating to the bay since this population was first studied. Most recently the number of Whales in the Bay has been growing. From 2005 to 2009 the average number of Humpback whales sighted was 550 per year. Between 2010 and 2014 that number has grown to an average of 680 Humpback Whales sighted in the bay each season!

Puerto Vallarta Humpback Whale Migration

whale migration map puerto vallarta mexicoHumpback Whales are found in all oceans of the world and are a highly migratory species, the longest migration route measuring almost 7000 kilometers! The Humpbacks we see migrate in spring to their summer feeding grounds which are spread between California and British Columbia. In the winter these same Humpbacks return to Puerto Vallarta for mating and calving.

The migration route of this population typically follows coastal features. It can take as few as 40 days for a Humpback to migrate, typically transiting at about 6 to 8 kilometers per hour. In the summer feeding grounds Humpback Whales will focus their days on feeding. They feed mostly on krill and small fish, consuming up to 1400kg in a day!

During the summer the Humpback must eat so much food to create blubber which it will use to migrate and sustain itself during the winter in Puerto Vallarta. The Whales do not feed here in the bay. That is hard on the males, but imaging the demands on a female with a 600kg baby who will grow up to 3cm a day! Don’t forget the mother and baby Humpback will have to migrate north from Puerto Vallarta before Mom can start feeding again.

Humpback Whale Mating | Calving

puerto vallarta humpback whales mapThe Humpback Whale population in the Bay of Banderas reaches its peak in late December through January. During these weeks we often see the most mating activity. The Humpback Whale engages in what is called a Heat Run. When a female becomes receptive males start to follow her, soon forming a group of aggressive males who physically compete for the preferred position of Escort/pack leader. Once the female has successfully mated she will usually leave the area, migrating north to begin feeding in anticipation of the pregnancy.

Puerto Vallarta sits on the Bay of Banderas. The bay has a unique topographical profile, the shallow protected areas of the bay are used by pregnant females for calving and for nursing. Most births occur in early January, the later weeks of the season are dominated by mother and baby pairs.

Baby Humpback whales typically weigh 500-600kg and are 3-4 meters in length. The baby Humpbacks in Puerto Vallarta are born a very light gray color and quickly darken up from exposure to the sun. The pectorals can be all white but will darken on top over the first year. The baby Humpback will feed exclusively from the mothers milk, growing up to 45kg a day!

Humpback Whale Classification

The humpback whale is renowned for being one of the most energetic of the large whales with its spectacular breaching, lobtailing and flipper-slapping. Its scientific name Megaptera novaeangliae means ‘big winged New Englander’ because of its long flippers that look like wings when it breaches and because it was first described in New England. The species’ worldwide popularity on whale watch tours has helped to ensure that they are the focus of many conservation efforts. These measures have an umbrella effect and protect not only humpbacks but also many other species found in their protected areas, including species that experience the same risks.


The humpback whale can be distinguished by its large size, knobbly head and 5m long flippers. Individuals found in the Atlantic Ocean have mainly white flippers, but those found in the Pacific Ocean have a darker colouration on the upper surface of their flippers. Humpbacks in the southern hemisphere are generally more lightly coloured on the flanks. The bumps found on the head are called tubercles, and each one contains a single hair follicle, which may be used in a sensory capacity, much like a cat’s whiskers. The flukes are distinctive compared with any other whale species; the black and white markings and scalloped edges are as unique as a human fingerprint, allowing experts to name thousands of individuals around the world. The wavy edged flukes are raised during dives, enabling researchers to keep track of individual whales from year to year.


Male humpbacks sing the longest, most complex songs in the animal kingdom. Songs consist of a complex series of whistles, squeals and deep sonorous calls divided into ‘verses’ and sung in a specific order, which may last for as long as half an hour. Males in the same area of the breeding grounds sing the same songs, which change gradually over time. Humpback whales have unusual feeding behaviour – they sometimes herd their prey or create a kind of fishing net by exhaling air in a spiral of bubbles. Fish cluster tightly inside these ‘bubble nets’ allowing the whale to swim through with its mouth open and eat them. Humpbacks are capable of travelling at 25 km/h or more, however during migration they move more slowly, resting and socialising along the way. Humpback whales make long journeys. Each population of humpbacks has its own migration route; generally they spend the winter in warm, low latitudes or tropical waters breeding and giving birth, and the spring, summer and autumn feeding in cooler, high latitude polar waters. The humpbacks which feed in Antarctic waters and travel north to breed off Colombia and Panama make the longest confirmed migration of any mammal.


More than 250,000 humpbacks were killed in past whaling operations yet they are currently recovering in many places and were recently reclassified as Least Concern (IUCN 2008), although certain populations retain an IUCN Endangered status. There is also concern about the apparently discrete, small populations of humpback whales in various oceans for which status information is lacking. The main humpback populations are found in the North Atlantic, the North Pacific and the Indian Ocean and there is some mixing between different populations. Threats to humpback whale numbers worldwide include: habitat loss; chemical and noise pollution; entanglement in fishing nets and lack of food.”

Have you ever seen whales in Puerto Vallarta? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below! -Christina

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Grocery Stores in PV

Grocery shopping is a real delight in Puerto Vallarta. Many snowbirds fawn over the variety of fresh produce available throughout the year. With a variety of tropical and temperate fruits and a fantastic imported goods selection, shopping is PV is easy and enjoyable.

There are a variety of grocery shopping options for all types of shoppers. If you live downtown in the Romantic Zone, Emiliano Zapata, or 5 de Diciembre neighborhoods, you are within walking distance to a large number of open-air “mom and pop” grocers. Odds are your corner store (or tienda) has the basics for tonight’s dinner like tortillas, meat, fresh vegetables, butter, and even a bottle of wine. For a local one-stop-shopping experience in the downtown area, check out the Emiliano Zapata market in Old Town or the 5 de Diciembre Fish Market area. Both of these large outdoor markets are home to produce vendors, butchers, creameries, tortillerías, and more! Support your local vendors and shop like a local!

Emiliano Zapata grocery market Puerto Vallarta

Grocery Shopping “al aire fresco” in Old Town Puerto Vallarta 

If you’re looking for a wider variety of products in a more modern environment, then you may need to shop at one of Puerto Vallarta’s large super markets. There are a few options for you to explore:

  • Ley in downtown Puerto Vallarta (great produce and homewares selection at low prices).
  • Mega in the Hotel Zone of PV. Located next to the Sheraton Hotel. Wide selection of groceries, home goods, clothing, electronics, and gardening supplies.
  • Soriana in Plaza Caracol. Convenient shopping location for when you need to go to the Telmex office.
  • La Comer in Fluvial. La Comer is the most upscale grocery store in PV. With a wide variety of imported goods, fine wines and cheeses, and quality home wares, you will enjoy your posh stroll through La Comer.
  • Costco is a popular choice for many PV residents. There are some great deals to be found on items that sell for double the price and in smaller quantities in other grocers.
  • Walmart is another popular option for shopping with a full grocery section and everything else that the mega retailer is famous for.

No matter what your style is, I am sure you will find shopping an enjoyable experience here in Puerto Vallarta!

Where is your favorite place to grocery shop in Puerto Vallarta? I would love to hear from you in the comments below! -Christina

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Centrika Condominiums Puerto Vallarta

Centrika is a new condominium development in the Fluvial neighborhood of Puerto Vallarta. This elegant and modern building is home to 36 individual condo units with a variety of floorpans to choose from.

centrika Puerto Vallarta

Investing intelligently means that your next home comes with high surplus value and return on investment. Secure and in a prime location, Centrika is located in the heart of Puerto Vallarta, near an array of amenities to fit your lifestyle. Less than five minutes away you’ll find shopping centers, beaches, pharmacys, hospitals, schools, restaurants, the airport, parks and more.

Centrika consists of 36 spacious housing units with modern, innovative designs. All units have a terrace with a view of either the mountains, ocean or city.

centrika Puerto Vallarta

Whether this is your first home, your second home, or an investment for short or long term, let Centrika fit your ideal lifestyle. Pre construction opportunities are a great way to take advantage of flexible developer financing plans.

For example, Centrika unit 601 is listed on our MLS at $236,621.00 USD. Right now, there are three unique payment plans that offer 15% , 20$ or 25% discounts.

25% DISCOUNT applies with 10% down, 70% paid before January 2021, and 20% paid on delivery of your unit.

This is an incredible way to save on a brand new unit, as well as get your pick of the best units at that start of pre-sale. As developers continue to sell the initial units, prices go up. Once construction is complete, we see prices increase even more.

In short, Centrika is a fantastic complex in a beautiful residential neighborhood with units *after discounts* under $200,0000.00 USD! Truly a fantastic opportunity!

Have you heard about Centrika in Fluvial? Is this your style of home? I would love to hear from you in the comments below! -Christina

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Fall has arrived in Puerto Vallarta

For the last week, I can’t help but notice that our sultry summer weather has shifted! The mornings are very breezy and cool, it’s raining less and the sun is setting earlier. 7:53 pm to be exact! The Fall equinox took place just a few days ago, and even though we are in the tropics, you can still feel the change of seasons here.

In general, our weather begins to “improve” in October. We see less rainfall which cuts down on humidity, and temperatures begin to fall. The sun continues its southern track across the sky and means less direct overhead exposure for us as well. I must admit, summertime in the tropics are very magical. Yes, it’s hot, but the storms make for some spectacular evenings and lush bright green foliage. But undoubtedly, the winter months here in PV are truly the best! Perfect beach days for 6 months straight, I will take it!

We’re not quite out of the woods yet. The months of September and October historically have produced more serious hurricanes than the earlier summer months typically do. Infamous Hurricane Kenna hit Vallarta and caused some damage on October 25, 2002. One year ago on September 29, 2019, the heavy rains from Tropical Storm Narda flooded and caused extensive damage to the village of Yelapa in the southern part of our Bay.

Visiting Puerto Vallarta in the Fall means you will be privy to some very fun cultural events. September 16 is Mexican Independence Day and is a great way to celebrate with the locals. At midnight on the 15th, there is the “Grito” where participants re-enact the speech made by Miguel Hidalgo which sparked the Mexican War for Independence. November 1 and 2 are the Dia De Los Muertos celebrations which are absolutely INCREDIBLE! One of my favorite cultural events in Mexico.

Are you ready for Fall in Puerto Vallarta? Have you ever visited at this time of year? I would love to hear from you in the comments below! -Christina

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Happy Mexican Independence Day!

Today is Independence Day in Mexico!

As written in National Geographic magazine by Heather Brady:

ON SEPTEMBER 16, Mexicans around the globe will celebrate the anniversary of the country’s independence from Spain. The day is marked by a national holiday in Mexico, a reenactment of a historic moment from the revolution’s leader, and an array of performances from fireworks to dance routines.

Often confused with Cinco de Mayo by people living in the United States, Mexico’s independence day actually marks the moment in 1810 when Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, a Catholic priest known as Father Hidalgo, made the first cry for independence. After a moving speech in the Mexican town of Dolores, Hidalgo took up the banner of the Virgin of Guadalupe, a Roman Catholic image of the Virgin Mary as she appears to Juan Diego, an indigenous Mexican believer who was later sainted by the church.

As per tradition on Mexico’s independence day, however, the president honors the legacy of Father Hidalgo by performing a reenactment of sorts from the National Palace in Mexico City. Beezley says on the night of September 15 at 11 p.m., according to Mexican tradition and folklore, Hidalgo went into the parish church in the town of Dolores, rang the church bell, and told the villagers who came running that they needed to revolt.

“As a result, September 15, the president of Mexico will step out on the balcony, ring that same bell, and give a speech that is supposedly Hidalgo’s words,” he says. “Nobody wrote down what Hidalgo said. He was beheaded, so who knows what happened to the [real] version of it? But Mexicans across the country, and in the U.S., and wherever they are, can watch it on TV, and that’s what’s celebrated.”

Despite the uncertainty around Hidalgo’s exact words, the speech today celebrates his passion for Mexico and its people—and honors the moment when he pushed the country toward its eventual independence.

How are you celebrating Mexican Independence Day today? I would love to hear from you in the comments below! -Christina

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Puerto Vallarta, a “Zoom Town”

There’s no doubt that 2020 has seen an enormous shift in housing markets across North America. I just read an interesting article from NPR which used the term “Zoom Town”. Zoom Towns are cities that were just once loved for their outdoor appeal and small town charm. They always made nice vacation destinations, but weren’t viewed as full time residency options due to the lack of job markets. That has all changed as many people realize the potential to work remotely, freeing them from city centers.

Here’s an excerpt from NPR’s article, “Zoom Town and the New Housing Market for the 2 Americas”

“….the housing boom is fed by low interest rates, millennials reaching home-buying age and a demand for more space. Many Americans — especially 30-somethings who remain employed — are ditching their tiny rental apartments in hip districts of expensive cities and moving to buy houses in more affordable cities or the burbs for a life of shopping at Home Depot and spending their Friday nights eating mozzarella sticks at Applebee’s.

“If you look at basically any metropolitan area, you see the most price competition on the outskirts of that area and the least in the city center,” Fairweather says. Spacious, single-family homes are particularly in demand. We’re not witnessing the death of cities — in fact, most cities are seeing a boom in home prices too — but with remote work freeing many people from daily commutes, people are increasingly deciding that it’s OK to live farther away from what used to be the office. You can see it in Redfin’s data, which show more searches and higher price increases in suburban and rural housing markets.

The boom gets slightly less rosy, though, when you consider why national home prices are surging. It’s in large part because there’s not a lot of new construction and because existing homeowners don’t want to sell. “There’s a tremendous shortage of homes on the market,” says Jeff Tucker, an economist at Zillow. “We see about 29% fewer homes that are actively listed compared to this time last year.”

Part of the imbalance between home buying and selling, Tucker says, may be that sellers tend to be older — and with a pandemic still raging, many may not be eager to move and risk their health. Meanwhile, a large number of them are taking advantage of COVID-19 mortgage forbearance policies, which free them to not pay their mortgage during the crisis. “Still over 7% of active mortgages are in forbearance,” Tucker says.

So that’s the market for buying and selling homes. The sort of happy story, considering it’s 2020 and everything is horrible. Where it gets more depressing is when you look at the other America. The one that rents.

Do you think Puerto Vallarta qualifies as a “Zoom Town”? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below! -Christina

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PV Malecon Update

Puerto Vallarta’s malecon boardwalk has undergone a few changes since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. For the first three months, the malecon was completely closed to all visitors and residents. This extreme measure helped PV stay on lock down as it deterred tourists from coming to town. As time passed, the malecon was partially re-opened and remains that way today. The western side of the boardwalk is taped off to discourage visitors from sitting along the oceanside and hanging out. However, the bike lane and rest of the malecon remain open for use.

I had the pleasure of going for a sunrise walk on the Malecon this morning. I had not been down to the PV landmark for almost 6 months (since the onset of the pandemic). It was amazing to stroll the waterfront and see other residents enjoying the boardwalk as well. I had my facemask on and so did many of the other people out exercising. There are colorful banners urging the public to wear facemasks and reminding them that all businesses require the use of them to enter.

I walked from the beginning of the downtown at the Hotel Buenaventura to the Los Muertos Pier and back. It was a great outing and left me reminiscing about all the fantastic memories my family has made in this most magical city full of beauty. The full moon was shining on the sea as the sky turned pink and the sun rose up from behind the Sierra Madres. The municipal plaza was aglow with neon lit decorations for the upcoming Mexican Independence Day (September 16). Mornings like today are the perfect reminder to slow down and enjoy the incredible city I live in!

Have you been to the Malecon lately? I would love to hear from you in the comments below! -Christina

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Southshore Puerto Vallarta FAQ

I’ve been spending a lot of time on the Southshore lately, and I realize that there is so much to discover in this beautiful area of Puerto Vallarta. Our newest listing is Torre Punta Vallarta 7, a beautiful 2 bedroom, 3 bathroom condo that sits right on Punta Negra beach. I’ve been busy with showings and spending a lot of time in this absolutely gorgeous area. I thought I would share with you all a bit of information on PV’s famous Southshore.

Where is the PV Southshore?

Technically, the southshore starts as soon as you leave Old Town Vallarta and head south of the Basilio Badillo area on the 200 highway. The Southshore goes all the way  to Boca de Tomatlan, a small fishing village 15 km south of PV. Notable towns include:

  • Amapas
  • Conchas Chinas (Upper and Lower)
  • El Nogalito
  • Punta Negra
  • Garza Blanca
  • Las Gemelas
  • Mismaloya
  • Boca de Tomatlan

What’s so great about it?

Vallarta’s Southshore is famous first and foremost for its stunning natural beauty. There are many coves here with dramatic rock oucroppings that create private beaches and great snorkelling. There are larger beaches like Punta Negra, Las Gemelas, and Garza Blanca that attract crowds on the weekends. The jungle provides a dramtic backdrop to this area as there are no flatlands in this 10 mile stretch. Many homes are built vertically on the seaside cliffs. Home buyers are attracted to this area for the quiet, peaceful seclusion it provides. The bigger residential areas like Amapas and Conchas Chinas allow residents to be close to the action of the Romantic Zone, yet retreat to their mountainside or coastal quiet areas. The further south you go, the more peace you will encounter.

What to do?

The beautiful beaches are definitely a great way to enjoy the Southshore, but few know the other amazing options to explore in this area.

  • Palo Maria river and waterfalls (across from the Garza Blanca Hotel)
  • Waterfall hike down in El Nogalito
  • Temezcal (sweat lodge) and wellness center in El Nogalito
  • Zoo in Mismaloya
  • El Eden zipline and restaurant with waterfalls in Mismaloya
  • Full moon SUP trips leaving from Mismaloya beach with Paddle Zone
  • Snorkel and scuba dive at Los Arcos National Park
  • Go Horseback riding in Mismaloya
  • Epic 7 waterfall hike in the highlands of Mismaloya
  • Boca de Tomatlan to Las Animas Hike
  • Boca de Tomatlan is gateway to beaches further south that can only be reached by boat like Las Animas, Quimixto, and Yelapa.
  • Bungee Jump (just north of Mismaloya)

Things to consider…

Every area has its pros and cons. While the “cons” list is quite short, there are a few things to consider. Since this area is more secluded, things like going to the grocery store become a little more complicated the further south you live. Those in Amapas and Conchas Chinas are still walking distance to town and all the services of a big city. But the closer you get to Boca de Tomatlan means a car will come in most handy! Although Uber and public buses are definitely viable means of transport for many residents of the southshore. Highway 200 is a two lane coastal highway that is very beautiful, but can occasionally experience traffic if accidents occur. However, many parts of Vallarta have 2 lane highways and experience a similar issue.

I hope this brief FAQ has been helpful to you if you are considering living in this most amazing part of Mexico!

Would you like to live on Puerto Vallarta’s Southshore? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below! -Christina

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Price Reduction: Moncao PH!

Exciting news! One of our listings, Moncao Penthouse, has just received an attractive Price Reduction! Previously listed at $144,000.00 USD, this beautiful brand new unit is now listed at $1350,000.00 USD. 


Moncao Penthouse is located in the peaceful up-and-coming neighborhood Residencial Lisboa. Just 10 minutes northeast of Puerto Vallarta’s Hotel Zone, this lovely community is home to small condo buildings and some beautiful, modern custom built homes. This unit boasts (almost!) 360 degree mountain views. Open up the oversized windows on either side of the living area and you will experience the best cross breeze I’ve felt in a long time! The price reduction puts this brand new unit at an accessible price point for investors looking for a great deal in a beautiful city that is continuning to grow in popularity.

If you are interested in this beautiful unit, reach out to schedule your showing. We are also diving into the world of virtual showings and walkthroughs via Zoom and Facetime. We are happy to get you the information you need to make your best real estate decision here in PV.

Here’s a link to Moncao Penthouse!


Price Reduced on Moncao Penthouse property! $135,000.00 USD 2 bedroom 2 bath brand new unit and furnishings.

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Feeding 100 Families at a Time

Feeding 100 Families was created in an effort to help some of the most vulnerable families in Puerto Vallarta and Bahia de Banderas, who have been terribly affected by the Covid 19 Pandemic.

For those who’ve had the pleasure to visit Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and/or those who live here permanently, we can agree that the area depends 100% on tourism to survive and to provide for families. As a result of Covid 19, there’s been a dramatic drop in tourism that has been devastating, due to travel restrictions and health emergency.

Feeding 100 Families is geared toward reaching those affected families in the inner communities, where current aid and food supplies rarely make it. This is a charity/food bank dedicated to assisting families who’ve been affected by the epidemic Covid 19, which has depleted the Tourism in the cities of Puerto Vallarta & Bahia de Banderas and have taken away jobs. The charity is an outreach to help those families AS MUCH AS THE DONATIONS permit.

The main focus of Feeding 100 Families is on the “Inner communities” where current aid and food supplies rarely make it and because of the lack of resources for those families. The charity provides 100 bags of food supplies or a warm meal EVERY 2 weeks for over 15 different inner-communities.

The individuals in charge of the foundation are Dwight Blake & Lucia Guzman of Dwight Blake Entertainment, Marcelo Martin & Pamela Martin of La Patagonia Restaurant Argentina and Billaly Inurrigarro & Sasha Inurigarro of Hecho en Mexico Pastries. They have joined forces to extend their expertise, time and kindness to make this outreach a reality. Dwight Blake explains, “As many of us are immigrants to Mexico, we’ve fallen in love with the country and its people, and are dedicated to helping the Mexican people in whatever way we can. We can’t do this alone, so we ask you to consider donating whatever you can to these beautiful families.’

Here is how it works:

Feeding 100 Families works together with “DIF” (Desarrollo Integral de la Familia), a government agency helping underprivileged families. Feeding 100 Families (on a rotating basis) donates and delivers to 100 families AT A TIME who are in the DIF registry. DIF directs the charity to communities (who are more vulnerable and are in need) and informs the community leaders of the date and time Feeding 100 Families will arrive. An area is prepared and the community is advised on the safety protocols.

A typical family (4 members in the household) can survive on USD $25-30 per week and may even stretch a bit beyond this. The charity provides basic food supplies such as Rice, Flour, Sugar, milk, Cereal, toilet paper, soap.

If you would like to sponsor or be an ANGEL for one or more of these families, a link is provided below. The smiles that are seen on the faces every time a meal is shared or a bag of groceries is given , are just breathtaking and heartbreaking at the same time.

An ANGEL Donor is someone who commits to donating USD$60 dollar every month or $30 dollar every two weeks.

With your help, Feeding 100 Families can continue the great work that they’ve begun. Hopefully, this assistance won’t be needed for an indefinite time, but considering the scope of this pandemic, it’s highly unlikely that this need will end soon. It is expected that some of these families will be without jobs for a very long time. We continue to hope and pray for the best and encourage you to help with this very worthy effort.

TO DONATE TO THIS WORTHY CAUSE PLEASE VISIT THEIR GO FUND ME PAGE: FEEDING 100 FAMILIES AT A TIME. Please let me know if you have any questions in the comments below. -Christina

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