Hospitality and quality are the two hallmarks of Mexico’s Pacific Coast, and both are evident in the region’s excellent hotel infrastructure and meetings services, the warmth of its people, and its thousands of miles of shoreline dotted with towns and beaches at the foot of jungle-clad mountains. The waters of the Pacific are temperate, and the diversity of recreational activities tied to the region’s natural surroundings is enormous.
The climate in the Mexican Pacific is tropical, warm, and humid with slight variations between the different destinations. Hurricane season officially begins on May 15th and ends on November 30th, with peak activity in September. The rainy season runs from June through October, and summers are hot with temperatures that can surpass 91ºF (33ºC). In contrast, winters are delightful, with temperatures ranging from
0ºF (16ºC) to 69ºF (21ºC).
ESTATE OF JALISCO: Puerto Vallarta
ESTATE OF NAYARIT: Riviera Nayarit
ESTATE OF SINALOA: Mazatlan
ESTATE OF GUERRERO: Acapulco, Ixtapa Zihuatanejo
PUERTO VALLARTA- RIVIERA NAYARIT
Puerto Vallarta International Airport (PVR) United States: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Newark, Oakland, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, Santa Ana (California), and Seattle.
LATAM: Panama City, Panama.
Mazatlán International Airport (MZT) United States: Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Phoenix, and Tucson.
Acapulco Int. Airport (ACA) United States: Houston or fly into Mexico City and connect with the coast via a short, one-hour flight.
Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport (ZIH) United States: Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis y Phoenix or fly into Mexico City and connect with the coast via a short, one-hour flight.