"Mismaloya" on the southern end of Puerto Vallarta means "a place where they grab fish with their hands", in the indigenous Nahuatl language.
This beach became famous all over the world because of the movie “The Night of the Iguana, “ directed by John Huston based on the work of Tennessee Williams. But even more so, by the torrid romance between Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor.
Mismaloya is a very small village, along the coast of the Banderas Bay, in the Mexican state of Jalisco, on Highway 200.
The area offers, consistently great weather and warm temperatures throughout the whole year. There are two distinct seasons; June through October is the wet season while November through May is the dry season.
Every activity you can wish for is available here as well as one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in of all Mexico. It is the perfect day activity if you enjoy beauty, birds and fabulous beaches.
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