Mazatlan City Tour
Sale Price: $39.00
This Mazatlan City tour provides a great overview of Mazatlan and you'll come away appreciating its beauty.
First, you'll drive along the ocean front drive towards the high divers, who dive into water only five feet deep from 45 feet in the air. You'll continue to the top of the lookout hills to have the amazing view of the whole city. On the drive, your guide will tell you some local folklore as you head to Mazatlan's historical center to see the Angela Peralta Theater, built in the 1870s and now one of Mazatlan's most famous architectural landmarks.
Enough time will be given at the main market to do some souvenir shopping. As you walk through town, you won't be able to miss city hall and the majestic Immaculate Conception Cathedral. Construction on the cathedral began in 1875 and took 42 years to complete. Book this tour of Mazatlan and see for yourself why they call this beautiful port the Pearl of the Pacific.
Reviewer: patrick & sue howard
Very informative and very much enjoyed
Our tour guide name Chilli was very informative and funny. We went to see the cliff divers, went to a distillery, the cathedral which was breathtaking, local eateries and tired the city streets. We learned about the agriculture, the history and much more. We booked the “best value” 2 for 1 deal which included The Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan Tour. I would book again. Great value and worth every cent
Reviewer: Joseph Callari
Lots of fun. Great guide.Good stops. We recommend this tour.
This tour was good overall view of the city. the bus was nice and driven safely. Chili Willy our tour guide was funny and very informative.
Reviewer: Kevin Benz
Awesome and much more interesting/informative than the tour Puerto Vallarta the day before! Our tour guide “Chilly Willy” was awesome! He spoke great English, had tons of knowledge about his city and was quite humorous too. Our bus was almost new and very clean. We had the right amount of time to walk through and explore the beautiful Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (built over 43 years!), the historic Angela Peralta Theater, plus had plenty of time to shop for souvenirs, buy pastries and ice cream too. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to see the cliff diver as it was low tide. Overall really great tour!