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ExPats In Vallarta in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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What is the name of this Organization/Club?

ExPats In Vallarta

In what city is your organization based?

Puerto Vallarta

Describe your group.

Expats in Vallarta is a group of expats from different countries, mostly from the U.S. and Canada, living in the Puerto Vallarta area. The purpose of the group is informal fellowship and assistance for expat residents or visitors living, working or investing around Vallarta or considering it. There is no membership fee or requirement; pay only for what you consume or use.

What is unique about your organization?

It is totally a social group.

What kind of activities does your group sponsor?

Happy hours in local restaurants and Wine and Appetizer evenings in private homes

How often does your group meet?

Happy Hour once a month

Wine and Appetizer 2 times a month

Is there a membership fee?


Approximately how many members does this organization have?


Is this organization specific to nationality? If yes, which nationality/ies. If no, what nationalities are represented in the membership?


US, Canadia, Australian, New Zealand, England, South American and Europe

What language(s) do member speak?

English and Spanish

What is the age range of the people in your group?

30 to 80

What is the name of the person new members should contact?

Sara Wise

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