• Location: Mazatlan, Mexico
  • Duration: 6 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 60.00 View price calendar

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Get to know another side of Mazatlan with a scenic boat ride through a local nature reserve. Set out from your port of call to the Estero Ecological Reserve, an estuary that's home to more than 270 bird species. Keep an eye out for egrets and pelicans as your boat travels through mangrove swamps and along streams, learning about the local ecosystem and shrimp industry from an informative guide as you go. Enjoy a leisurely fish lunch and a beach stroll before heading back. This shore excursion includes round-trip transport.


  • Mazatlan shore excursion to Estero Ecological Reserve
  • See native birds and wildlife and learn about the ecosystems
  • Enjoy a boat ride through the jungle
  • Relax on a secluded beach
  • Lunch included
  • Port pickup and drop-off included
  • Covered by Viator's worry-free policy: guaranteed on-time return to your ship

What You Can Expect

Mazatlan Shore Excursion: Estero Ecological Reserve Jungle Tour

Mazatlan Shore Excursion: Estero Ecological Reserve Jungle Tour

Customer Reviews

Roc United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

This tour was as good as I hoped for. We saw new birds, ate a wonderful authentic lunch and was quite entertained by the crew. The hour long wait on the beach was a bit boring for older, less mobile folks.
I do recommend doing follow up calls to the tour prior to pick up at your hotel. My group was ignored but another tour company placed calls and got us on the tour at a dock along the tour route. Great help and thanks to Pronatours!

Kerry S

4 star rating: Recommended February 2013

Wonderful authentic tour. Long scentic boat ride there and back. Delious food and awsome private beach swim time.

Doctor S F Canada

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better March 2014

Everything in Mexico revolves around the next meal.This long boat trip takes you from the docks via the sea front into a n inlet and up stream.You are given talk on the Tuna,Shrimp Industry,the people fishing at the inlets at various places,you land where you will eat then get driven having noticed subsistence levels in villages ,a coconut farm and a few mango trees,,you get driven across to a beach where you may walk or swim,,,rather rough waves ,no one did.
You eat walk a little garden, with a few plants,you see an iguana...then back where a Pelican lands close on the boat and has been regularly fed in the past and is the attention as other bird swoop to be fed.....then back to bus and hotel.
Was this worth a day and $50 ,you decide!

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