Keep It Cool: Summer Activities in Puerto Vallarta

Written by Tropicasa Realty
June 11th, 2024

Puerto Vallarta warms up and the humidity starts to rise during the summer months. But besides the pool and the beaches, there are plenty of ways to beat the summer heat in PV, with plenty of activities in Puerto Vallarta that offer air conditioning. Here are a few options to consider:

Shopping at Plaza Galerias: This shopping center is one of the largest in Puerto Vallarta and offers a wide variety of stores, Spend a few hours browsing the shops or visiting restaurants, taking the family to the kids’ fun zones, or even trying your luck at the casino.

Visiting the Maritime Museum: Learn about Puerto Vallarta's rich maritime history at this small but informative museum located just off the Malecon. With air conditioning throughout, you can take your time exploring the exhibits and artifacts without breaking a sweat.

Relaxing at a spa: Treat yourself to a day of pampering at one of Puerto Vallarta's luxurious spas. From massages and facials to body wraps and steam rooms, you can indulge in a variety of treatments in a cool, air-conditioned environment.

Get a VIP movie experience: The VIP theatre at La Isla offers a luxurious take on going to the movies with reclining loungers, a full menu - including adult beverages - with service right to your seat, and plenty of air-conditioning. In fact, you may want to pack a sweater.

Taking a cooking class: Join a hands-on cooking class to learn how to prepare delicious Mexican dishes like tamales, tacos, and salsas. Many cooking schools in Puerto Vallarta have modern, air-conditioned kitchens, like the popular chocolate making classes at Cacao Mágico.

Overall, there are plenty of activities in Puerto Vallarta that offer air conditioning to keep you cool and comfortable during your visit. Whether you prefer shopping, dining, learning, or relaxing, you can beat the heat while exploring all that this beautiful city has to offer.

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