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Our most recommended Mazatlan Walking Tours

  • Mazatlán: Double-Decker Bus, Cliff Diving & Walking Tour

    1. Mazatlán: Double-Decker Bus, Cliff Diving & Walking Tour

    Start with pickup from your hotel, hop on the open-top bus, and enjoy the surrounding views of Mazatlán. Benefit from a convenient mode of transportation to discover the city and its surrounding areas. Visit Playa Norte and feed the local birds from the open top of the bus. Stop at the Glorieta Germania lookout point and witness brave individuals jumping from the towering perches and cliffs into a tiny dot of water. Then, explore the center of Mazatlán on a guided walking tour through the Historic District and discover narrow streets and colorful buildings designed in a variety of 19th-century European architectural styles. Admire The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, the primary religious landmark of the city, built in a Baroque style. Hop back on the bus and ride along the Malecón (boardwalk), which is one of the longest in the world at 8.5 kilometers. Admire the views of the c...

  • Mazatlan: El Faro Lighthouse Tour with Free Digital Photos

    2. Mazatlan: El Faro Lighthouse Tour with Free Digital Photos

    Visit one of the highest natural lighthouses in the world, the Mazatlan Lighthouse, with an expert guide. Find out about the history of this important landmark, and hike to the top to enjoy panoramic views from the Cristal de Mirador lookout point. What we know today as the Mazatlan Lighthouse is settled in what once was an island. The Island of Crestón was used for maritime signaling for the port of Mazatlan from 1828 until 1930 when the necessary work was done to unite this body of land with the mainland port. With a length of 641 meters (701 yards), a width of 321 meters (351 yards), and an altitude of 157 meters (515 feet), the Mazatlan Lighthouse offers the ideal place to enjoy 360-degree views of the bay landscapes. Delight in the perfect place to take photos of the nearby islands and the city of Mazatlan, and receive digital photos of your trip after you return.

  • Mazatlán: Zipline Adventure, Sightseeing & Tequila Tasting

    3. Mazatlán: Zipline Adventure, Sightseeing & Tequila Tasting

    Follow a ziplining adventure with a traditional meal and a short tour of Mazatlán’s best spots. Your day begins with pickup from your hotel in a comfortable van. Enjoy a refreshing drink of water, juice, or coffee on the 40-minute drive to the zipline location.   Upon arrival, you’ll be set up in the required safety equipment (pulley, harness, helmet, and gloves). Your security is your hosts’ priority at all times, so you can enjoy the amazing ride. Experience a fun scenic ride among 12 ziplines at different heights and lengths. While flying over the surroundings, you’ll get a unique view of the old-growth forests and the town in the distance.   After ziplining, enjoy a regional meal before your ride back. Enjoy tequila, cheese, machaca burritos, beans, salsa, tortillas, and your choice of beverages. Finally, head back to town to visit the Museum of History and cathedral. You’...

    Wonderfully kind and considerate guides, amazing food, top notch tequila, and great memories!

  • Mazatlan: Pino Suarez Market Walking Tour with Tastings

    4. Mazatlan: Pino Suarez Market Walking Tour with Tastings

    Explore the buzzing Pino Suarez Market, where Maztlan locals go to get their groceries and fresh produce, and its surroundings with a local guide. Steeped in culture, learn all about this amazing neighborhood and its beginnings (there was once a bullfight ring) as you sample some tasty local delicacies. Your local guide loves to share their own Mazatlan stories, while you eat, drink and meet new local friends. This guided walking tour is all about getting to know the neighborhood and its local people through food. Visit the market's fruit, vegetables and dried chile stands. Try some typical delicacies on the way – smoked marlin and a variety of Mexican cheeses. Discover the other side of Mazatlan’s market and find out how Mexican families cure their ailments. Taste Mazatlan’s typical tostadas, at a family-run diner that has been in business for three decades and enjoy an authentic ‘tor...

  • Mazatlán: Guided City and Observatory Tour

    5. Mazatlán: Guided City and Observatory Tour

    Explore Mazatlán’s most historic sites on this guided tour, including the city’s observatory building. Take a ride on a funicular railway and visit Cerro del Vigia, Mazatlan’s museum, the Mexican Bird Sanctuary, and more. Get picked up from your hotel and immediately start enjoying views of the streets of Mazatlán, including the famous Malecón (Mazatlán’s boardwalk). First, stop at the observatory, a building that was built by the people of Mazatlán as a military observation post. This building served the city to protect it from the constant incursions of enemy ships. Next, experience the city’s history on a funicular ride and admire the port from the top of the Cerro del Vigia. Once at the top of the Cerro del Vigia, enter the museum to watch a short movie about Mazatlán's history. Afterward, visit El Nido, the bird sanctuary, to learn about rescued birds in a space of care and educ...

  • Mazatlán: La Noria Winery Route

    6. Mazatlán: La Noria Winery Route

    Sip on fine Mezcal from Mazatlán, the second-most important producer of mezcal in Mexico. Explore the history of the making process, see hectares of agave plantations and take in the beautiful view. Enjoy a tour and tasting session at Hacienda Los Osuna in La Noria, one of the most picturesque areas in the region. Taste award-winning mezcal produced for more than 140 years by the Osuna family.

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What people are saying about Mazatlan

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Terrific excursion! Everything from Jorge, our cab driver, to Chayo and his zipline crew was great!!! The lunch...FANTASTIC! The best food we had on our entire trip. The town that hosts is quaint, authentic and welcoming. The tequila factory was fun to see, small but great tequila! The drive out is about 45-60 minutes but TOTALLY worth it. I highly recommend. Thank you gentlemen for a fun day!

This was an awesome experience! Guide Jorge and the zip liners Chayo and Manuel were great! Not to mention the food and tequila was delicious! #repeat total bargain highly recommended

Wonderfully kind and considerate guides, amazing food, top notch tequila, and great memories!

Incredible everything Mila guide was incredible the truth