Mexico

Millions of U.S. citizens safely visit Mexico each year for study, tourism, and business, including more than 150,000 who cross the border every day. The Mexican government makes a considerable effort to protect U.S. citizens and other visitors to major tourist destinations, and there is no evidence that Transnational Criminal Organizations have targeted U.S. visitors and residents based on their nationality.

Resort areas and tourist destinations in Mexico do not see the levels of drug-related violence and crime reported in the border region and in areas along major trafficking routes.”

Puerto Vallarta

Experience the warmth of a place which is quaint and full of history, yet modern, vibrant, exotic. Discover a destination of relaxing beaches, world class restaurants, and the latest in ecotourism and extreme adventure, in a setting that is internationally recognized for its charm and friendliness, with a backdrop of mountains, rivers, coastline, and emerald green waves of the Pacific Ocean.
Stroll down the Malecón, Puerto Vallarta’s half-mile promenade that lines the city’s historic center and waterfront. Enjoy the many cafés and nightclubs, as well as the famous open air sculptures. Lose yourself in a breathtaking sunset.

Spend the day at the Los Muertos Beach and brand new pier. Stake out a favorite restaurant in the Zona Romántica. Cross the swinging bridges to the Cuale Island to shop at any of the dozens of market stalls that line the walkway. Climb to the Matamoros lighthouse for a spectacular view of the 7th largest bay in the world. Discover one of the most outstanding places in Latin America for its biodiversity.
Explore the beautiful tropical canopy that covers the mountains and is home to hundreds of species of birds and orchids, as well as bountiful wildlife such as ocelot, badger, jaguar, and iguana. Set sail on a day tour to observe the humpback whales as they leap into the air, watch the dolphins frolic close by, or go deep sea fishing for marlin, snapper, sailfish, tuna, and sea bass.

The Spanish began calling it Banderas Valley in 1525, the name used by the earliest culture which settled in the area. It was renamed Las Peñas de Santa María Guadalupe after Mexico´s Independence and shortened to Puerto Las Peñas during the years of the silver mining boom in nearby San Sebastián and Mascota. In 1918 it was named Puerto Vallarta after Ignacio L. Vallarta, lawyer, jurist, and state governor.

Puerto Vallarta truly is a world class tourist destination. It was named "World's Friendliest City” by Conde Nast in 2001, "Best Place to Retire in the World" by the AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) and "Best Holiday Destination in Mexico" by USNews.com in 2010, “Most Romantic Place in Mexico” and "Favorite Beach Destination in Mexico" by About.com in 2012, and “Best Destination for Conventions" in a convention marketing magazine and "Top 10 Destinations in Mexico," on TripAdvisor.com in 2013.

 

Geography

Mexico is bordered by the United States to the north and Belize and Guatemala to the southeast. Mexico is about one-fifth the size of the United States. Baja California in the west is an 800-mile (1,287-km) peninsula that forms the Gulf of California. In the east are the Gulf of Mexico and the Bay of Campeche, which is formed by Mexico's other peninsula, the Yucatán. The center of Mexico is a great, high plateau, open to the north, with mountain chains on the east and west and with ocean-front lowlands beyond.


Government

Federal republic.


History

At least three great civilizations—the Mayas, the Olmecs, and the Toltecs—preceded the wealthy Aztec empire, conquered in 1519–1521 by the Spanish under Hernando Cortés. Spain ruled Mexico as part of the viceroyalty of New Spain for the next 300 years until Sept. 16, 1810, when the Mexicans first revolted. They won independence in 1821.

From 1821 to 1877, there were two emperors, several dictators, and enough presidents and provisional executives to make a new government on the average of every nine months. Mexico lost Texas (1836), and after defeat in the war with the U.S. (1846–1848), it lost the area that is now California, Nevada, and Utah, most of Arizona and New Mexico, and parts of Wyoming and Colorado under the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. In 1855, the Indian patriot Benito Juárez began a series of reforms, including the disestablishment of the Catholic Church, which owned vast property. The subsequent civil war was interrupted by the French invasion of Mexico (1861) and the crowning of Maximilian of Austria as emperor (1864). He was overthrown and executed by forces under Juárez, who again became president in 1867.

 

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Experience the warmth of a place which is quaint and full of history, yet modern, vibrant, exotic. Discover a destination of relaxing beaches, world class restaurants, and the latest in ecotourism and extreme adventure, in a setting that is internationally recognized for its charm and friendliness, with a backdrop of mountains, rivers, coastline, and emerald green waves of the Pacific Ocean.
Stroll down the Malecón, Puerto Vallarta’s half-mile promenade that lines the city’s historic center and waterfront. Enjoy the many cafés and nightclubs, as well as the famous open air sculptures. Lose yourself in a breathtaking sunset.


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Spend the day at the Los Muertos Beach and brand new pier. Stake out a favorite restaurant in the Zona Romántica. Cross the swinging bridges to the Cuale Island to shop at any of the dozens of market stalls that line the walkway. Climb to the Matamoros lighthouse for a spectacular view of the 7th largest bay in the world. Discover one of the most outstanding places in Latin America for its biodiversity.
Explore the beautiful tropical canopy that covers the mountains and is home to hundreds of species of birds and orchids, as well as bountiful wildlife such as ocelot, badger, jaguar, and iguana. Set sail on a day tour to observe the humpback whales as they leap into the air, watch the dolphins frolic close by, or go deep sea fishing for marlin, snapper, sailfish, tuna, and sea bass.


World class tourist destination

The Spanish began calling it Banderas Valley in 1525, the name used by the earliest culture which settled in the area. It was renamed Las Peñas de Santa María Guadalupe after Mexico´s Independence and shortened to Puerto Las Peñas during the years of the silver mining boom in nearby San Sebastián and Mascota. In 1918 it was named Puerto Vallarta after Ignacio L. Vallarta, lawyer, jurist, and state governor.
Puerto Vallarta truly is a world class tourist destination. It was named "World's Friendliest City” by Conde Nast in 2001, "Best Place to Retire in the World" by the AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) and "Best Holiday Destination in Mexico" by USNews.com in 2010, “Most Romantic Place in Mexico” and "Favorite Beach Destination in Mexico" by About.com in 2012, and “Best Destination for Conventions" in a convention marketing magazine and "Top 10 Destinations in Mexico," on TripAdvisor.com in 2013.

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Puerto Vallarta:     (912) BIO-MED1
Us and Canada:     (912)-246-6331                   
Internationally:   001-912-246-6331
México:                 01 322 2936161
Email: info@lymediseasemexico.com

Physicians

 
Dr. Raul Morales, American Society of Hematology, certified Hematologist & Dr. Omar Morales, Transfusional Medicine, and active member reasercher of the Center for Nanoscience & Nanotechnology at UNAM. (National Autonomous University of Mexico)