You would be hard-pressed to imagine a more exceptional and unique place to live in Puerto Vallarta than the area in which Rivera Cuale is located. Nestled between majestic mountains and the Bay of Banderas, on the banks of the life-giving Cuale River, Rivera Cuale is a nature lover’s paradise and a culture-enthusiast’s dream. On the hemline of Old Town and just around the bend from the famous Gringo Gulch, Rivera Cuale is in a history-rich area of Vallarta. Surrounded by the charm of an old-style Mexican village, you are in the midst of the Mexican culture, living in an in-town tropical oasis that many only ever dream of visiting. What a privilege it is to live in harmony in nature, amongst the Mexican people, and to experience and enjoy daily the many delights that make Mexican culture so appealing and special.
Within minutes of leaving the tranquility of your condo at Rivera Cuale, you are strolling the quaint cobblestone streets of Old Town, also sometimes called the “Zona Romántica” or “Viejo Vallarta”, ready to experience all the area has to offer. Many of the establishments in this area are family-owned, and some of Puerto Vallarta’s best shops, restaurants, street vendors,
art galleries and more are all within your easy reach. But it is not necessary to have a destination in mind. You can enjoy passing the day simply walking around, taking it all in. And when you know a little about the area’s history, you find a new appreciation for the beauty you see before you, from the architecture, to the surrounding mountains, the flora and fauna, the river and the beach. All of these elements embrace and interconnect to make Old Town Vallarta the unparalleled tropical paradise that it is. Old Town Vallarta is authentic Mexico, and Rivera Cuale takes pride in being part of it.
Old Town is also a convenient hub for travel, so from Rivera Cuale, you can easily get to wherever your heart desires. Drive up to the Libramiento to connect with the highway that takes you to the airport or to head north to Nayarit’s beautiful beaches, or hop on to a bus to take you south, to nearby Mismaloya or Boca de Tomatlan. The options are endless, whether you are behind the wheel of your car, abord an Uber or are sightseeing from a bus window.