The Best of Mazatlán: What To See And Do!

The Best of Mazatlán: What To See And Do!

One of the best ways to see and take in all Mazatlan has to offer is to prearrange a tour this way you can sit back and take in your surroundings and let the guides explain the history and locations. There are activities for everyone from sports fishing, whale watching, island trips, canopy & ATV adventures to colonial and shopping tours.  You will find that on the miles of beach have plenty to keep you occupied try, surfing, Jet skiing, water-skiing, and parascending are all available at any of the beaches.  All tours are affordable and range from $30 to $125 usd with the exception of sports fishing, there really is so much to see and do. For a full list of tours and adventures that you can pre-book visit our Mazatlan Tours and Activities page.

Top 3 Mazatlan Adventures

  • Canopy & ATV Combo: Combine two adventure activities in one day with this ultimate money saving tour! Fly through the air on 12 different ziplines, enjoy a nature walk through the jungle, followed by exploring the colonial village of La Noria in an ATV. At the end of the tour visit Vinata Los Osuna’s mezcal factory and taste the award-winning mezcals made by this family-run operation.

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  • Sports Fishing Tour: Experience the best of Mazatlan’s sport fishing aboard a Bertram Sportfish cruiser.  Try your luck at mahi mahi, tuna, swordfish, and more.  Filet, freeze, or cook your prize! Live the thrilling experience of big game fishing in one of the world’s best sport fishing locations. This package is for a 28 foot Bertram Sportfish cruiser with 4 lines for up to 4 passengers. Try your hand at deep sea fishing for marlin, mahi mahi, tuna, sailfish, swordfish and wahoo, all available seasonally in this area.

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  • Copala Colonial Tour: Learn about the colonial areas surrounding Mazatlan during this historical tour.  Explore a brick factory at the Presidio River, followed by the village of Malpica and Concordia.  Finally, reach Copala where you can walk along cobblestone streets and admire many important landmarks.

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Restaurants

Dining in Mazatlán is reflects the rich and diverse culture that is evident here, the style of food, the flavors and the preparation method is one that you will not forget. If traditional Mexican food is something that you are after then you will not be disappointed, food here is unlike anything you will try in the rest of Mexico and is by far the most mouthwatering seafood you will find.   There are many other options aside from Mexican to choose from you will find many international restaurants from steak and seafood, Japanese, Chinese and Asian inspired to hot-dogs and hamburgers.

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Nightlife

Nightlife in Mazatlan is truly great, and those looking for a memorable evening out should save energy for after the sun goes down. With loads of discos, bars and clubs, Mazatlan has something to offer every type of night owl and party animal. The popular location for going out at night is in Fiesta Land, located at the northern end of the Malecon. Here you will find a vast variety of wine bars, pubs, clubs, sports bars and cantinas with live music pumping every night. Just remember to go easy on the tequila!!!

 

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