Flanking the Sea of Cortez in the Sinaloa state of Mexico, is Mazatlan, a tropical resort city with seductive & diverse attractions. It is at once a world-renown beach boardwalk, historic & cultural center and a launching pad for eco-travel.
For centuries, Mazatlán was populated by Totorames who lived by hunting, gathering and fishing.
Savor flank steak one evening outside of Pedro y Lola’s fronts Plazuela Machado, the town square.
Immersing In The Language Of Mexico
As the Spanish-speaking population in America grows, its becoming more of a valuable asset.
It is home to over 400 species of birds, including 35 species endemic to Mexico.
The Golden Zone sits along a beach lined with hotels range from new & luxurious to quaint & mature.
Enjoy sport fishing, daylight and sunset catamaran cruise, parasailing, banana boat rides and diving.
Electricity is the same as the U.S., however some outlets may require a converter.