City sightseeing, the beach, shopping and delicious shrimp — experience it all on this 5-hour highlight tour of Mazatlán. Take in incredible lookout views from Old Spanish Fort, and visit the city’s historical center. Watch locals dive off a cliff, shop along the picturesque malecon (boardwalk) and lounge on the beach as you like. Relaxed with your shopping done, settle in for a sumptuous lunch featuring Mexican shrimp before you’re transported back to your hotel.
Escape Mazatlan’s bustle in favor of the rustic charm of Concordia and Copalia, colonial towns cradled by the Sierra Madre Mountains, on a 5-hour tour from Mazatlan. Visit 16th-century stone temples, admire colonial architecture, and observe artisan crafts such as bread- and tile-making. Refreshments and hotel pickup and drop-off in Mazatlan are included on this small-group tour, limited to 15 people.
Get to know Mazatlan's beautiful streets and history. Take a step into history on a funicular ride. Admire the greatness of the port from the top of the Cerro del Vigia where you will live a trip to the past inside one of the oldest buildings in the city, where at the same time you will share the pleasure of knowing traditions in the mezcal process and being part of nature participating in the conservation of rescued birds in a space of care and education. Create a unique memory.
On this tour, you will visit the most representative spots from Mazatlan, and you will have fun at the best beach in town.
You do not have to worry about anything, let your Tour Guide do everything so you and your family enjoy the day with us.
Explore the resort town of Mazatlan on a small-group sightseeing tour with hotel or port pickup and drop-off included. Wander around the Old Town and learn about the history and culture of this colonial city. See highlights such as the cathedral, the Old Spanish Fort, and the cliff divers. Plus, visit the modern Golden Zone and the beaches. During the tour, you’ll also have time to shop for souvenirs.
Experience the traditions of Mexico up close on a half-day tour from Mazatlan to villages known for their tequila and other locally made products. Stop at the picturesque villages of La Noria, La Vinata, and El Quelite, where you can visit a tequila distillery, browse the handicrafts and stroll along cobblestone streets. Learn about the process of making tequila, see a blue agave plantation, and sample tequila from the producer. Your tour includes guide, entrance fees, round-trip transport from Mazatlan, and the option to upgrade to include lunch.
Add adrenaline to your Mazatlan itinerary with a zipline course that offers panoramic views rarely seen by visitors of the area's natural landscape. In addition to ensuring a comfortable and safe experience, your guide takes souvenir photos that are available for purchase after the tour. The day includes a traditional Mexican lunch, tequila tasting, and round-trip transport from the doorstep of your hotel.
Get picked up from your ship and spend the day exploring the oceanside Golden Zone with this full-day access pass to a beachside resort. Soak in the hot tub, swim in the pool, lounge on the beach, or get active on a personal watercraft, kayak, or try high-flying parasailing. Break for a drink and lunch of fresh seafood and explore the resort before being dropped off back at your ship.
Forget the walking tour—glide effortlessly through Mazatlan and cover two centuries of its history aboard a Segway. During this guided tour of Old Town and the waterfront, zip around landmarks such as the Plazuela Machado, the beautiful Cathedral, Olas Altas, and the Clavadista. You’ll discover more with less effort and time with a Segway. This small-group tour is limited to six people, ensuring personalized attention.
Escape the bustle of Mazatlan on a guided ATV tour through the Sierra Madres. In addition to navigating the terrain for you, your guide offers background information on the landmarks and towns passed along the way. After a buffet lunch and tequila tasting in a small town near Mazatlan, enjoy free time to explore the local history museum and church. Round-trip hotel transport is included for your convenience.
Start your vacation to Mazatlan off on the right foot by pre-booking this private transfer service. Meet your driver at the Mazatlan International Airport (MZT) and get help with your luggage to your vehicle. Then, enjoy a swift and comfortable journey to your accommodation in the city center of Mazatlan.
Get your adrenaline pumping and feel the wind in your hair as you soar through the treetops on this adventure tour. Depart Mazatlan for the Huana Coa Adventure Park where you can tackle a series of ziplines, platforms, a flex-walk bridge, and a nature walk. Afterward, visit a local distillery to see how the famous mezcal liquor is made from start to finish.
Visit the coastal city of Mazatlan and see the Conception Basilica tower over the rooftops—a dramatic sight and definitely a photograph opportunity. See the town square with its colorful shops and cafés, and explore the coast and its dramatic viewpoints. Learn where the best places to drink are in town and get a head start on navigating the vibrant nightlife of Mazatlan.
Don’t worry about planning a day of sightseeing in Mazatlan when you book this guided tour that includes lunch. In the old town area, visit the Mazatlan Cathedral and browse the goods at the local market. Plus, see the daring cliff divers and head to Stone Island where you’ll enjoy lunch and your choice of activities.
See more of Mexico in this private tour of three interesting villages located outside of the tourist bustle of Mazatlan. Visit the artisans of La Noria as they create handmade crafts and art. Next travel through acres of blue agave plants used to make tequila locally in the village of La Vinata before a stop at the distillery. Lastly, have some lunch and discover the pretty village of La Quelite before returning to Mazatlan.
Delve deeper into local Mexican culture and see a side of the country that most first-time visitors miss on a private day trip to the traditional towns of Malpica, Concordia, and Copala. Letting someone else transport you to the mountainous villages saves you the hassle of car hire and navigation, while a private guide offers both undivided attention and information that you're unlikely to find in the guidebook.
Enjoy flexibility and personalization on this half-day private guided tour of Mazatlan. Visit the city’s historical center and the Basilica Cathedral of Mazatlan, take in views from the Old Spanish Fort, and wander along the Malecón (boardwalk). Customize the itinerary based on your group’s needs and interests. Duration of tour depends on stops.
Mazatlan is much more than sun, sand, and sea. The lands of the municipality of Mazatlán and the south of Sinaloa have a rich history: the production of mezcal, the Revolution and other events. The first "Vinata"; as it is known to the haciendas where mezcal was produced, was founded before 1850.
The industry expanded until it reached more than 30,000 hectares of agave plantations. The mezcal produced in these “Vinatas” awarded at different European fairs during the first decades of the last century and became the second most important producer in Mexico. The Osuna family settled in the village of La Noria, one of the most picturesque in the region. La Vinata “Los Osuna” is the only one that survives today.
Learn about Mexican traditions and culture on this half-day guided tour in Mazatlan. Travel to Los Limones cemetery to hear about Dia de Muertos, visit La Noria to see the work of local artisans, and head to a blue agave plantation and tequila factory to find out how the liquor is made.
Colorful streets, stories, and legends abound in Mazatlan, inviting us to explore them again and again, always finding something new. In essence, it is an eternal treasure that silently waits to be discovered.
From the boardwalk to Plazuela Machado, monuments, buildings, and streets accompany us on this bicycle tour exploring this beautiful port from a different perspective.
Having fun and learning is all part of this morning tour in Mazatlán accompanied by someone who loves it.
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