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New Year’s Eve in Vallarta-Nayarit is a Party for All Ages

An all-night seaside celebration, New Year’s Eve in Vallarta-Nayarit promises revelers an unforgettable end to 2016. Dance to live music on PV’s famous Malecon, or watch the fireworks glisten off Banderas Bay from aboard Marigalante Pirate Ship.

Tropical Celebrations this New Year’s Eve in Vallarta-Nayarit

If you’re staying in Banderas Bay as the calendar turns to 2017, you’re in luck. Everywhere where you turn in Vallarta-Nayarit, New Year’s Eve events are sure to be swinging nonstop – from the early evening of the 31st, all through New Year’s Day. While you can certainly stay at your resort and enjoy what’s sure to be a lively onsite party, get tickets to a club, or spend the night searching for the next big fiesta, here are three of our favorite things to mix in with the rest:

Fireworks in Old Town & Along the Malecon

New Year’s Eve in Vallarta Nayarit

There’s nothing more romantic or authentically Mexican than celebrating the New Year with locals and visitors alike on the streets of PV. Start by savoring the last Pacific sunset of 2016 from the city’s famous seaside Malecon boardwalk. Grab dinner at a restaurant along the cobblestone walkway, hit a bar or few, and make it back in time for the fireworks at midnight. If you find yourself near the Old Town cultural heart of Plaza Principal de las Armas, no worries. You can also enjoy show there.

Join Pirates Aboard a Banderas Bay Sailing Fiesta


Want ring in 2017 from the water instead? Book passage on the Pirates of the Bay Night Show New Year Special, sailing from 6:30pm-1am. Priced at $105 per person, the action-packed cruise takes place aboard the historically accurate replica Marigalante Pirate Ship. Expect a swashbuckling show of firing canons, live music, stunts and swordfights, as well as a delicious meal and open bar all night.

Stroll Inspired Art in Nearby Bucerias

Incredible artwork for a great cause, the entirety of Lazaro Cardenas Street in PV’s neighbor village of Bucerias is lined with Christmas trees made of recycled plastic bottles, on display from mid-December until January 2nd.


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