What to Do on a Rainy Day in Puerto Vallarta

July 15, 2019
Posted by: Adeprotur

If there’s one thing that makes Puerto Vallarta more and more beautiful, it’s our friend, the rain. If you’ve ever visited Puerto Vallarta during our summer season, then you’ll have seen how the surrounding Sierra Madre Mountains become even more vibrant shades of lush green once the rains start. The rain bestows abundant life to the tropics here in paradise, and it truly is one of the most beautiful sights to see.

However, while visiting in summer season you may inevitably end up having to plan in some activities during the part of the day that it rains. The great thing is, it very rarely rains all day or even more than a few hours at a time. There are still long periods of sunshine even during the rainy summer season.  

Here are a few ideas when it comes to things to do in Puerto Vallarta on a rainy day:

  • Make a reservation at one of the many local restaurants and treat your palate to gastronomic delight while it rains.
  • Catch a movie at one of the many local movie theatres. Pro tip: Cinepolis VIP at La Isla has in-theatre table service and a full menu.
  • Find a spot to settle in with a drink in front of the ocean and catch one of the amazing Banderas Bay lightning storms.
  • If you like adrenaline and don’t mind getting a little dirty, check out one of the Puerto Vallarta ATV tours for some fun in the mud!
  • Find your nearest local casino and try your hand at some big wins! Pro tip: The bingo rooms are a great way to pass the time in an air-conditioned space.

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