These days travelers flock to the endless white-sand beaches in the Mexican Riviera, but you can still escape the crowds. It’s all about choosing the right town and property off the tourist map. Punta Mita, located on the north end of Banderas Bay in the Mexican state of Nayarit, has a lot in its favor, from outdoor activities to undisturbed nature and wildlife.
Join Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio this week at the Four Seasons Punta Mita.
Click here to listen to the show streaming live from 10 am until 1 pm ET on Saturday, October 12, 2013.
Featured guest include:
Scott McCartney, travel editor for the Wall Street Journal, explains his expert secrets for avoiding delays as well as the best airport art you can check out if you do end up delayed.
Enrique Alejo, cultural concierge at the Four Seasons of Punta Mita, shares about the region’s history and offers an inside scoop of cultural activities guests can experience.
Emily Wolman, editor-at-large for the Lonely Planet, shares just a few of her favorite experiences from Lonely Planet’s 1000 Ultimate Adventures.
Philippe Piel, executive chef at the Four Seasons Punta Mita, discusses the area’s traditional culinary cuisine and what differentiates the region’s dishes from the rest of the world.
Arturo Gonzalez, scuba instructor at Vallarta Adventures, chats about what the region’s top operator has to offer to its visitors.
Ceci Paredes, executive director for PeaceUSA, shares how visitors can participate in community developed programs benefiting Puerto Vallarta’s environment, animals and education.
Anne Banas, executive editor for Smarter Travel, discloses the latest controversy surrounding air passenger rights as well as surprising ways you could get flagged at customs.
Ricardo Zuñiga, yacht manager at Puerto Vallarta’s Luxury Yacht Charters, offers up the best excursions to witness a variety of wild animals in their natural habitat.
Catherine Hart, biologist and founding member of the turtle protection camp Red Tortuguera A.C., explains why the protection of sea turtles is of such crucial importance for the environment.
By Cathrine Schermann for PeterGreenberg.com