How about parachute rides over Banderas Bay or a quick plane ride to a mountain village for lunch.
Puerto Vallarta is also known as an artists' mecca with its world-class galleries and organized evening art walks. There is always something exciting happening in this lovely tropical city.
Puerto Vallarta has long been a popular tourist destination. But with seven world-class golf courses now in play, its main attractions may no longer be sun-lit beaches and verdant mountains.
The nightlife around the the marina is very low-key, with a couple of restaurant-bars offering live music into the early hours a few nights a week. Ther is a disco, but mainly during peak season. The larger hotels often organise their own entertainment programmes. There is a modest selection of mid-range eateries, with a couple of establishments setting themselves up as the local quality options, but nothing really exclusive or gastronomic; fresh local fish, however, is literally delivered to the doorstep daily.