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The beach in Puerto-Vallarta in Zona Romantica. Puerto-Vallarta in Mexico is an outstanding holiday destination for gay men. It was in this area, on the cobblestone streets, we found a host of gay bars, a few dance clubs, some piano bars, a gay beach and swimwear shops by the dozen. Puerto Vallarta has the full range of accommodation from the ultimate in luxury like ature By Pinnacle , a favourite top of the range gay hangout, to the more modest Hotel Mercurio , our choice for this visit.
This small, gay hotel in the Zona Romantica is located approximately metres from the beach. Rooms were indeed modest however, clean and mostly comfortable. Sunday is always the weekly Beer, Boys and Burgers Bash by the pool, a local favourite which gets surprisingly packed.
This all inclusive pool party attracts about 70 guests and, for just pesos, all the beer and burgers you can eat between 4pm and 7pm. A few local go go boys provide some welcome eye candy but they expect to be tipped for their efforts. Breakfast is served each day around this same small pool area. This hotel has location, location, location and caters exclusively for a gay, male clientele. One very popular place to try is La Palapa Restaurant which will hold beds and an umbrella for a luxurious day at the beach but you will need to reserve and pay in advance to secure your spot.
Many of the restaurants offer free sunbeds and umbrellas with the expectation you will order food and drinks. If you want a fabulous snack order a guacamole and drool while one of the super cute waiters brings his mortar and pestle to your table and pounds your avocados and fresh herbs until they are just right for a quick pre-lunch nibble.
Although very straight, the beach is quite beautiful and is a popular starting point for fishing and snorkelling tours as well as day visits to the National Park. We had an excellent beach lunch, a couple of cooling swims and relaxed on the free sun beds provided by the restaurants.
Certainly worth a try if you want a break from the crowds on Los Muertos Beach. Undoubtedly, the highlight of our beach experience in Puerto Vallarta was Yelapa Beach. We spent a few delicious hours on the beach eating freshly shucked oysters and shrimp tacos while taking in the idyllic surroundings.
The only way to get to Yelapa is by speed boat which takes 40 minutes from the pier. In Zona Romantica there is a plethora of gay bars. Gay Guide Vallarta will keep you up to date with the latest happenings. Some of our favourites bars were: the roof top terrace at La Noche for fun drag shows and drinks under the stars, Mr Flamingo for loud and lively music and, for a more sedate pace, piano bars Garbo and Incanto.
Paco Ranch is very popular for late night drag shows and for the true gay cowboys, Los Amigos. There are a of venues around town hosting pre and post dinner shows which last about 90 minutes. These theatres feature world class artists and they are very well attended, but you really need to go online and book early to avoid disappointment. The massage was highly professional, with male masseurs working in a very clean and relaxing spa. There are a range of treatments. Our one hour massage cost pesos. We also had a dreamy reflexology massage by a strong and handsome beach masseur on Los Muertos for around pesos.
There are many spas available around town as well as in house masseurs, especially if staying at gay accommodation. There are two major gay cruises which will take you to local beaches, national parks and islands. So try to book online before you arrive. The opposition company is Wet and Wild. We booked on it but unfortunately they have a reputation for cancelling on the day of the cruise which they did to us. This meant we did not have time to do either cruises but by all s they are a lot of fun with Wet and Wild catering for a younger, more lively crowd.
The food in Puerto Vallarta is fabulous, fresh and affordable with a focus on seafood, though we also managed to find some juicy char grilled steaks, ribs and succulent pork chops. On the beachfront we were wowed by the availability of tangy shrimp tacos, the freshly made spicy guacamole and the crispy whole grilled red snapper. Ask to go upstairs and be sure to try the delicious salted cod fish cakes and the grilled whole fish. We found great food and excellent service from cute guys who are eager to get your night off to a great start.
Here people crowd together and tuck into meat, meat and more meat. One thing is for certain, there are plenty of great eating options, catering for all tastes and budgets. Puerto Vallarta charmed us so much that, even from Australia, we will definitely return, perhaps not in January but on a shoulder season like March or October.
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