Casa Perla is a gem! Located 20 miles north of Puerto Vallarta.

Casa Perla is a gem! Located 20 miles north of Puerto Vallarta.

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6 Bedrooms
Sleeps 13
7 Bathrooms

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Oceanview living on the Mexican Riviera's newest marina in La Cruz De Huanacaxtle. UNLIMITED FREE PHONE CALLS to anywhere in the world,. Internet, DSL High Speed. Private garage. Satellite TV (DVD players, movies), Gourmet Kitchen (side-by-side refrigerator, ice maker, industrial stove and oven, garbage disposal, microwave, dishwasher), Private Pool, 3rd story palapa (table seating for 8, refrigerator, sink) overlooking the boat harbor. 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Washer and dryer. Games, books; boogie boards, kayaks, surfboards - all available for your use.

FISHING - Dorado, Marlin, and Yellow-Fin Tuna: The Puerto Vallarta fishing area is located on Mexico's open, central Pacific coast at about latitude 20 degrees north. Puerto Vallarta's offshore sport fishing water temperatures range from the low-70s in February-March, to the high-80s in August-September. During the summer-fall months of June-October and into November, the peak yellowfin tuna season brings tuna of all sizes, including huge fish pushing close to the 400-pound class, to Puerto Vallarta's outer waters. Closely following as water temperatures and sea conditions stabilize from about September onwards are peak seasons for dorado (also called mahi-mahi), black marlin, blue marlin, sailfish, and wahoo. Inshore fishing for jacks, snappers, and other species is always available, with a good midsummer roosterfish run during July-August, jack crevalle peaking during February-March, and the various pargo or snapper species. Excellent fishing much of the year--especially for really huge tuna and marlin.

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