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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.
Enhance your sightseeing experience of Mazatlán on a full-day sightseeing tour of the Mexican city. Alongside your guide, you’ll explore the ambient Centrol Historico — home to the neoclassical Teatro Angela Peralta and the Plazuela Machado — while listening to history-rich commentary. See, too, fearless cliff divers plunge into the ocean from dizzying heights before you board a boat to Stone Island. Here, you’ll choose two beach activities from an extensive range including kayaking, boogie board riding or horseback riding, and enjoy lunch and an open bar.
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.
This is the best tour if you want to have all your day activities, lunch and drinks taken care of. you will not have to worry about where or what to eat, or what activities to do. you will have plenty of options at your hand to choose from.
And your Tour Guide will always be with you for anything you need.
Let us take you through this natural protected area where the community of El Recreo has joined efforts with CONANP (National Commission of Natural Protected Areas) in protecting the olive ridley sea turtle. Meet the faces behind this program and connect with the people as they share with you some of the preservation techniques they use.
Glide in a kayak between lush vegetation tunnels and immerse yourself in the mangrove wetlands wildlife. Roll your sleeves up and help the new hatchlings make it to their new home.
As if it wasn’t enough, the meal that you will share with your tribe comes directly from the community orchard, from farm to table!
Follow the ruins of a 140-year-old tequila distillery during this one-of-a-kind hiking and tasting tour. With a local guide on-hand to deliver entertaining commentary, you’ll make your way through tropical forests and agave plantations. Keep an eye out for local wildlife, like chachalacas and wild boar. Learn about artisanal tequila production before sampling your own glass, then dig into a fresh, local lunch spread.
We will provide with a Certified Bilingual Tour Guide on a late model transportation with air condition, beverage and traveler insurance, so you can design your own tour with the help of your Tour Guide.
Add lunch and 2 drinks for: $12 usd adults and $8 usd kids.
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.