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Your exploring does not have to be limited just to the Bay, there are nearby archeological sites to visit as well. Close at hand, in the region of [[Ixtapa]], studies have uncovered sites dating back to 400 B.C.
 
Your exploring does not have to be limited just to the Bay, there are nearby archeological sites to visit as well. Close at hand, in the region of [[Ixtapa]], studies have uncovered sites dating back to 400 B.C.
  
[[Mismaloya]] is a short drive outside town. It is famous for being the location for the movie "The Night of the Iguana" [https://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/the-night-of-the-iguana] directed by John Houston [https://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/john-huston]. You can not tour the location anymore.  
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[[Mismaloya]] is a short drive outside town. It is famous for being the location for the movie "The Night of the Iguana" directed by John Houston. You can tour the location.  
  
Chico's Paradise, a river valley with rock formations and picnic/restaurant areas is a drive or bus ride south past Mismaloya Beach at Las Juntas y Los Veranos.
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Chico's Paradise, a river valley with rock formations and picnic/restaurant areas is a short drive or bus ride outside town.
  
 
For a trip back in time to the 1600s and 1700s; a day-trip up (4600') to the old silver mining town of San Sebastian del Oeste [https://www.puertovallarta.net/what_to_do/san-sebastian-del-oeste-mexico] is worth the time.
 
For a trip back in time to the 1600s and 1700s; a day-trip up (4600') to the old silver mining town of San Sebastian del Oeste [https://www.puertovallarta.net/what_to_do/san-sebastian-del-oeste-mexico] is worth the time.

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