There are many, many smaller waterfalls about Vallarta - a couple of them visible on the way up to this one. But this is the biggest and the most waterfall-ish... pouring down from somewhere high up. At this tine of year it can be seen in full roar from the Libramiento on the way into the Tunel.
Compact folding maps are here.
The new generation of Mapa Jeff maps is designed for easy shipping, portability, and lower cost - while retaining their unique, thorough, panoramic perspective on the land.
The new Puerto Vallarta Centro & South Coast Walking Map features the Old City on one side, and the coastal neighborhoods from Amapas and Conchas Chinas all the way to Playa Los Arcos on the other.
Condos, villas, hotels, public beaches and public parking, landmarks, restrooms, and many other details are included. But as ever, there is no advertising, no sponsor, and no agenda:
Just the facts on the ground, researched and illustrated by one artist.
Folded size: 5 x 7 inches.
Side A: The Old City, extending north to the Sports Stadium and east (for the first time) to Paso Ancho.
Unfolded size: 14 x 20 inches.
Side B: Amapas, Conchas Chinas, and the beaches south to Los Arcos National Park.
The Centro, Plaza, Church of Guadalupe, and Isla Cuale:
North of the Centro: Cinco de Diciembre, Calle Lirios set in its folded hills, and the beachfront parks.
Northwest of Centro: Libramiento, Cemetery, the city's only waterfall with clear walking directions.
The neighborhoods hugging the riverbanks to the east of the Old Town.
Paso Ancho, a quaint hillside enclave on the river just past Colonia Buenos Aires.
Conchas Chinas' twists and turns are clearly illustrated amidst the lower slopes of La Torrecilla.
El Nogalito, a tiny riverside village tucked away in a coastal valley:
Garza Blanca, with its resorts and beaches: