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Popular Hand-drawn Vallarta Maps

PV Map

Well-known cartographer Jeffrey Obser, or Mapa Jeff as he is known in Vallarta, continues to produce exceptional hand-drawn and enhanced maps of many of the Banderas Bay areas. These maps are so detailed, indicating every street name, stairs, trails, pathways, and points of interest, that they are THE maps to have for anyone who enjoys walking. Jeff does much of his research by physically walking every inch of the area he is working on and taking detailed notes so when he gets back to his studio in California, he can produce these wonderful maps as accurately as possible. He updates the more popular Vallarta maps annually, reflecting the changes that have occurred during the year.

Maps are coated to protect them from moisture, can be rolled for purse or pack, and can even be used as placemats or framed souvenirs from your travels around Banderas Bay. Couple these maps with my Walking Guidebooks, and you have all you need to strike out on your own and never get lost!

Now also available, many of Mapa Jeff’s maps in foldable format for pocket, purse, or glove compartment.

If you are in Puerto Vallarta and not familiar with these great maps, you can find the most popular (Vallarta, Yelapa, Conchas Chinas, Cabo Corrientes) at my Walk Vallarta! Learn Vallarta! booth in the Hotel Marsol Artisans Market near the Los Muertos Pier. Fridays, 9:00-1:30

If you live outside of Mexico, you can order Jeff’s maps online at: http://www.mapajeff.com

 

 

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Conchas Chinas Beach Walk

I just recently did this lovely walk along the Conchas Chinas beaches. It is an easy walk with lots of places to stop in the shade or jump in the water to refresh yourself! I prefer to take any south-going bus and get off at the second double arch entrance to the Conchas Chinas neighborhood. From there, walk a bit back towards town to Easy Street on the ocean side. Take Easy Street down to the stairs leading to the beach. (Yes this is all easy!) From there it is an easy walk, about one hour unless you stop, until you reach Los Muertos Beach. I like to go this way rather than beginning at Los Muertos because when you reach the end, ready for a beer or some lunch, there you are with several choices to relax and congratulate yourself on another great Vallarta adventure.

Pathway along Conchas Chinas beach, Puerto Vallarta Walking Tours!

Take your camera and plenty of water as there are no amenities before Los Muertos Beach. And wear sturdy shoes as you will be walking/climbing over some rocks. If you want me to join you as your guide, Contact me.

Go to my Photo Gallery to see this walk in pictures! I also sell a large hand-drawn walking map of this area which shows this walk very clearly. Pick up a copy at my Friday morning Hotel Marsol Artisans Market booth.

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