3 Books Inspired in Vallarta · Nayarit

Estefanía Montes
Mar. 23, 2020

Due to its geographical virtues, Vallarta · Nayarit has been a source of inspiration for diverse authors, who through their inspiration, have been able to portray in an attractive way the different elements that are part of this privileged coast full of nature, culture and history.

For this reason, the editorial staff of Vallarta Lifestyles would like to introduce to you three books that you can read in the comfort of your place. Enjoy them!

· Viva Natura
Written by Petr Myska, this book features a total of 440 photographs taken by the zoologist, conservationist and photographer, who, after intensive field research, managed to pay tribute to some of the 230 animal species (among amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals) that inhabit our bay.

· Punta Mita
This book commemorates the 20th anniversary of this luxury micro-destination. Written by Lynne Bairstow, an American author who has nine works on different tourist destinations in Mexico,this 160-pages book collects more than 100 images that help relate the history and evolution of this spectacular Riviera Nayarit peninsula.

· Puerto Vallarta 1918-2018: 100 Años
The historian José María Muriá, in coordination with Luis Reyes Brambila, wrote this book to commemorate the centenary of Puerto Vallarta. Comprising 360 pages, it contains different articles and photographs that tell part of the history of Puerto Vallarta, as well as the various personalities who participated in the development and positioning of this vibrant destination.

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Benny Ibarra
Mundo de Cristal

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June Rosen Lopez
Galería June Rosen Lopez

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Sarah Elengorn
Elengorn Realtors

“Vallarta Lifestyles has readers from Punta de Mita to Mismaloya and beyond, so announcing my business, means the positioning and recognition of my agency throughout the region. The contents of the magazine are very interesting, because they provide relevant information about activities in the destination. I am pleased to see it at hotels, restaurants and galleries, but what excites me the most is to see people with their issue in hand. That is really relevant for us.”