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New Year’s Eve Tips and Traditions in Puerto Vallarta

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Check out the insider scoop on the best places to party this New Year’s Eve while in Puerto Vallarta, famous for it’s New Year’s celebrations, and check out a few of these fun and interesting Mexican traditions, believed to bring you good luck in the New Year!

Happy New Year! Get ready for the party of the year with New Year’s Eve in Puerto Vallarta! Vallarta is well known for having some of the hottest New Year’s parties around, so it won’t be hard to find something up your ally, but all the same, here are a few tips and tricks to make sure you and your loved one have the best holiday possible.

The Olas Atlas neighborhood in the Romantic Zone is a great way to start the night out with some drinks, as the city closes the streets down to traffic. Celebrators can experience the full depth and breadth of Mexican tradition with a proper street party and celebration.

As you make your way up the street, you’ll encounter plenty of talented musicians and street performers. Mexico is well known for its impromptu dance parties, so whenever the music hits you, and it will, don’t fight the urge to stop and dance right in the middle of the street! If others aren’t already doing it, they’re sure to follow your lead!

Here a couple odd and fun traditions: it is believed that wearing a new pair of red or yellow underwear on New Year’s Eve will bring you good luck in the coming year! If you wear red, you’ll have a healthy love life in 2016, and if you wear yellow, you’ll be financially successful. Another tradition: eat 12 grapes at midnight – one for each month of the New Year – and you’ll encounter good luck and fortune.

Even if you decide to pass on the colorful underwear, we here at Vallarta-Nayarit Blog hope that our well wishes are enough to provide you health and happiness in 2016. Thank you for reading us, we hope you have a wonderful New Year!


New Year’s Eve Tips and Traditions in Puerto Vallarta

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