Experience beautiful Stone Island on this catamaran cruise from Mazatlan. After a convenient hotel pickup, explore the coast with an informative local guide before grabbing a delicious complimentary lunch at Stone Island. Then get your heart pumping with an ATV, enjoy a relaxing kayak, banana boat, and horseback ride, or kick back on the beach with a cold beer—they’re included in the tour price.
Combine two adventurous activities—ziplining and all-terrain vehicle (ATV)riding—on this full-day tour in the Sierra Madre. Planning, scheduling, and booking these activities separately may take up valuable vacation time; this saves time and hassle. With guide supervision and instruction, complete a 9-zipline circuit, then hop on an ATV to explore the town of La Noria, stopping at Vinata Los Osuna to learn about mezcal production.
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.
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.
Explore Mazatlan via all-terrain vehicle on this 4-hour guided tour. After a short safety lesson, it’s your turn to drive. Hit the rugged trails of this mountainous region to discover the beauty of its flora, fauna, and tropical forests. A stop in La Noria town—with tequila shots at La Vinata distillery—is included.
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.