Is there a lot of diversity? Are people in Puerto Vallarta accepting of differences?
When we asked people about diversity in Puerto Vallarta and whether locals are accepting of differences, they said...
"Puerto Vallarta is made up of a diverse population of people from many different backgrounds. This local cultural richness is reflected in the city's food, music, art, and architecture. People in Puerto Vallarta are generally accepting of differences in culture and beliefs, as well as gender and sexual orientation. The city is particularly known as a safe and welcoming destination for LGBT travelers," said another expat in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
"People here are very accepting of differences. The dominant religion is Catholic. There are a few storefront nondenominational or Protestant options in our area. There are few people of African descent here. This is an international city, however, with expats from the US, Canada, Germany, England, Italy, and other countries in Central and South America. It is a gay friendly area, offering many bars, clubs, and even resorts that cater to same sex weddings and events. People here are warm and welcoming, managing to cross any language barriers with smiles and laughter," wrote a member who made the move to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
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Is there a lot of diversity? Are people in Puerto Vallarta accepting of differences?If you live in Puerto Vallarta, newcomers to Puerto Vallarta would love to hear your answer to this question.