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Mazatlan, Mexico Travel
Located just across the sparkling Sea of Cortez from Los Cabos, Mazatlan is an urban oasis that's home to more than 600,000 people. Despite its big city atmosphere, Mazatlan is prized for its appeal to travelers from all over the world, offering peaceful warm weather and miles of sandy beaches. A popular cruise port, Mazatlan is also home to a number of marinas frequented by luxury yachts making their way along the Mexican coast, as well as a myriad of water and land-based activities to give you a well-rounded trip that won't disappoint.
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Mazatlan Travel Tips
Mazatlan is a large city, though most of the popular hotels and resorts are situated along the coast and nearby marinas. Areas such as the Malecon and Zona Dorada are amenable to visitors, offering plenty of attractions, nightlife, and other things to do and see.
- Much inline with its neighbor across the Gulf of California, Mazatlan's peak travel season occurs during the winter months. Travelers may be able to find better airfare rates during shoulder seasons in the spring and fall.
- U.S. travelers will need a valid passport to enjoy these Mazatlan vacation packages, but do not need a visa.
- Mazatlan International Airport is located about 30 minutes outside of the city, so be sure to coordinate ground transportation with your resort once you land—many establishments offer a shuttle service.
Local Mazatlan Experiences
This well-known hilltop lighthouse landmark is the highest in the Americas. Visitors can only access this lighthouse by hiking, and can then reach the top for incredible views by climbing the lighthouse stairs. It's well worth a visit and makes the perfect day trip with a mix of activity and breathtaking scenery.
If there's one thing Mazatlan is known for, it's the beach. Miles of sandy coastline span the length of the city, offering visitors plenty of opportunities to swim and sunbathe to their heart's' content. Olas Atlas beach features a stunning array of public monuments around its sands, including the Monument to Mazatleca Women, Monument to the Continuity of Life, and more. Other areas, like Norte Beach, Sabalo Beach, and Cerritos Beach provide the space you'll need to lay out and enjoy tropical bliss.
A great way to spend the afternoon is visiting Plazuela Machado, a well-known area plaza that attracts tourists and locals alike. The plaza features a number of great restaurants with outdoor seating, great for people watching. There's also an iron gazebo and many festivals, events, and live music to be enjoyed on various occasions.
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Things to Do in Mazatlan
Mazatlan is a boater's dream, with easy access to the calm waters of the Sea of Cortez just beyond the city's shoreline. The area is prized by many for its deep sea and sport fishing potential, featuring many prize catches swimming in the vibrant ocean waters of the Gulf of California. You can also book your spot on whale-watching trips, where you can glimpse the majestic California Gray Whales breaching the surface of the water for the perfect photo.
Mazatlan is full of things to do on dry land for those who haven't gained their sea legs quite yet. Stroll the Malecon, considered to be one of the longest boardwalks in the world, to gaze at beautiful shoreline cliffs, shop at local vendors, and find bars and grills serving fresh fish tacos. Tee off at Golf Course Marina Mazatlan, or spend the day at Mazagua Parque Acuatico to cool off with wave pools and waterslides.
Dining and Nightlife
Aside from the Malecon, Mazatlan offers plenty of entertainment after dark. The city's Zona Dorada and Golden Zone are known for their decadent restaurants and lively nightclubs, perfect for night owls looking for excitement. Find authentic Mexican cuisine at Topolo, or treat your palate to internationally-inspired dishes at Angelina's Kitchen. La Botana, Classico Mazatlan, and Prive Mazatlan are all popular nightclubs close to marinas, restaurants, and resorts.
Whether you love shopping or are just trying to find the perfect souvenir to bring home, Nuevo Vallarta has plenty of options for you to take advantage of. For a bigger shopping mall experience, visit the Grand Plaza Mazatlan of the Mercado Pino Suarez. Smaller art and craft galleries include the San Francisco Quilt Shop, Casa Etnika, and Fiesta Corner.