Solo Travel

Old Mar 24th, 2013, 01:45 PM
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Solo Travel

Has anyone travelled to PV or that area alone lately. I am going from April 26th to May 09th, and would appreciate any advice or tips on areas that are best suited to a person travelling alone, and where good spots are to meet some new friends who are also solo! Thanks!
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Old Mar 25th, 2013, 07:22 AM
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Just go to Playa Los Muertos on the south side of town, beach bars there are a possibility, even more inland a bit. You'll meet lots of people. Map:
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I traveled alone in 2010 and 2011, met some folks around the pool and at the beach. Lots of great places to eat.
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Yes I travel to Puerto Vallarta (I stay right in town) every year. Have been doing so for 20 years. Most recently November 2012. I most often am solo.

I suggest you stay on the "south side" also dubbed Zona Romantica somewhere on or near Playa Los Muertos (the main public beach). I agree the beach or the pool at your hotel or apartment is the easiest place to meet people. Or even at the table next to you in a restaurant. Honestly I am more often 'adopted' by a couple, then I've met other single people, although both are easy enough to make happen.
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If you are 50 or older I would highly recommend LOs Cuatro Vientos high in the PV hills. Great view/sunsets from the El Nido roof top bar. This is where almost all of the guests along with many outsiders gather each PM for Sunset.
Also a communal breakfast makes for a excellent place to make friends, plan your day & get ideas of what to do.
PV's second oldest Inn with the deepest & coldest pool in town. No Children allowed.
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