Yelapa 2017 Prints

Same durable moisture-resistant paper as always.
Improvements to Pueblo map.
Buy in bulk (10, 20, or 40) and sell them on to your guests and clients at a markup.
Details at my online store gallery (scroll down to "Bulk Orders").
Shipping to US addresses free.

There is plenty of room on the map for drawing in guest houses. Please contact Mapa Jeff for details on how to be included.


Wholesale Prices for Resellers

BUY IN BULK. Skip the middleman.

Mapa Jeff's online store now has options to order quantities of 10, 20, or 40 maps for resale. The prices include shipping to any US address, and a printed receipt/factura stating the value in pesos at the time of purchase.

At the current recommended sale price of 150 pesos, these ordering options offer retailers the chance to make a minimum 50% profit:

10 copies for $50: ~ 100 pesos per

Package weighs ~ 13 oz.

20 maps for $85: ~ 85 pesos per

Package weighs ~ 24 oz.

40 maps for $150: ~ 75 pesos per

Package weighs ~ 4 lbs.

Customers may mix and match titles as they wish from Mapa Jeff's 8 titles:

Cabo Corrientes Roadmap
Riviera Nayarit Roadmap
Puerto Vallarta Centro/South
Puerto Vallarta Hotel Zone/Marina
Puerto Vallarta Pitillal/Colonias East
Puerto Vallarta Cruise Day-Trip Map
Yelapa Walking Map 2017
Bucerias/La Cruz de Huanacaxtle


Early-Season Discount on Mapa Jeff Maps


Thorough, ground-researched, advertising-free:
Mapa Jeff maps show the Bay of Banderas in panoramic 3D.
Available directly from the artist via his online store.

New this season:

Puerto Vallarta Centro & South Coast Foldable Walking Map:

Puerto Vallarta Hotel Zone / Marina Vallarta Foldable Walking Map:

Puerto Vallarta Pitillal & Colonias East Foldable Walking Map:

Riviera Nayarit Road Map, with inland Jalisco to Talpa de Allende:

Cabo Corrientes Roadmap:

Yelapa Walking Map:

Puerto Vallarta Cruise Day-Trip Map:

Visit Mapa Jeff's online store to order.


Puerto Vallarta Map for Cruise Passengers

New for the 2016-2017 Season.

The latest title in the Portable Foldable Maps series combines the Centro and Hotel Zone portions of the city to show cruise-ship passegers how to enjoy Puerto Vallarta on their own for a day.

Side A: The port, hotel zone, and regional inset map. The port area itself is labeled with gate and pier numbers and the locations of bus and taxi stops. The clean public beach that begins a few hundred yards from the dock is illustrated to look almost as irresistible as it is in real life. Major retail outlets are noted all the way along the boulevard into town (Radio Shack for that lost iPad chord, for example). And the regional map gives passengers a wider understanding of the region and the locations of the day-trip attractions the cruise lines offer.

Side B: The city center with places of interest, a half-dozen great places to eat, clear instructions on getting back to ship, and three recommended outings: A hike to the cross on the hill above Centro; a bus trip to the Puerto Vallarta Botanical Gardens; and a shorter bus trip to beaches south that have fewer people and no vendors.

Order the Puerto Vallarta Cruise Day-Trip Map here.


Maps at La Cruz de Huanacaxtle

The Riviera Nayarit Roadmap and others are currently available at the Mercado Huanacaxtle in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Nayarit. Look for Bill and Victoria's table, which also sells dried mango, spices, and field guides to the flora and fauna of Mexico.


Old Prints Now Available on Etsy

It's been 10 years since the first map of Yelapa. To celebrate, Mapa Jeff has made a small number of pristine leftover prints from yesteryear available on his Etsy store.

YELAPA 2005:
Signed edition of 200 prints. Printed in Mexico. Three left.

YELAPA 2010: 
Thick, sturdy prints from the last black-and-white edition. Printed in Berkeley. Ten left.

 YELAPA 2011:
The first edition in color. Printed in the US. Three left.

YELAPA 2014: 
Mapa Jeff's personal favorite, with deep aqua seas and a green border. Printed in Mexico. Two left.

YELAPA 2015:
The last of the one-sided color poster prints, laminated and waterproof. Printed in the US. 20 left.

A memento of a fast-changing city, with the old Los Muertos pier.
Laminated. Two left.

Mapa Jeff also has a few prints left from the truly horrible 2006 printing, with the smudges and whiteouts, which nonetheless sold because of course, there is no other Yelapa map... price is flexible. Very flexible. Enquire how to get one at mapajeff@hotmail.com.