Suggestions for enjoying your short
visit to Mazatlan...
We know you are in our fair city for a
limited amount of time. Here are some ways to enjoy your visit and still
be able to make it back to the ship before it leaves the dock! Since "cruise ship days" are very busy in Mazatlan, we
strongly encourage you to pre-book the optional excursion of your choice.
Many of these tours are limited in the number of participants they can
David's Jungle Cruise
Enjoy a boat ride into the tropical jungle to view wildlife and nature at
its best. Includes a great lunch. Feed the pelicans from your boat on the
your own Driver/Guide
Rent an air-conditioned van or suburban with a bilingual guide to show you
the sights. Great for custom-made city tours.
4-hour deep-sea fishing adventure. Fish for Marlin and other game fish at
the sport-fishing capital of the world.
Enjoy Mazatlan "up close" and personal by renting a scooter by
the hour. Helmets are furnished and the company will deliver the scooters
to the cruise ship dock area to meet your ship upon arrival.
Island Half Day Tour
Includes your boat transfer to Stone Island where you'll enjoy a variety
of beach and surf activities. All equipment is included. Tasty lunch and
open bar for 3-4 hours. Get crazy!
Includes round trip transfers from your hotel or from the cruise ship to
Stone Island for a wonderful ride through palm trees and along the beach.
Includes a soft drink or beer.
Want to catch some rays? Take your choice of miles and miles of beautiful
Mazatlan beaches. The closest beach to the cruise ship is Olas Altas,
within walking distance of the docks. Farther north is Playa Norte. Or
take a Sabalo-Centro bus to the beaches in the Golden Zone. Enjoy lunch
under a palapa on the beach.
Visit the main market in Centro or take a Sabalo-Centro bus to the Golden
Zone and walk and shop to your heart's content. A highly recommended gift
shop in the Olas Altas area that gives you a great variety of souvenirs,
silver and Mexican hand-made art crafts is Casa Antigua.
Take a taxi, pulmonia or the Playa Sur bus to the foot of the hike to
"El Faro," the second highest natural lighthouse in the world.
The views are incredible. Be sure to take a bottle of water and your