As part of its 35th Anniversary which will soon be celebrating, Mazatlan Aquarium prepares great promotions and surprises for all visitors in return for their loyalty and preference; this was announced by its CEO, Jorge Gomez Llanos.
According to data obtained from a study realized in the enclosure, the counselors of Mazatlan Aquarium agreed to encourage the public of Mazatlan to visit its facilities, as only 2% of visitors live in this beautiful port; by which Aquarium will celebrate in a big way by giving free entry to all children who come accompanied by an adult, who will have to verify with his identification that lives in Mazatlan (for every adult who pays his ticket, enter a child completely free).
This promotion will run the rest of September and the entire month of October.
So now you know, celebrate with Mazatlan Aquarium its 35th Anniversary!
Hotel Playa Mazatlan Beach Hotel’s ongoing Playapalooza music and Comedy Festival is in full swing. The Venados showroom has been rocking. Incredible music and comedy performances have been delighting hotel guests and residents of Mazatlan alike. The celebration is about to reach a whole new level.
On Friday, September the 18th, Los Humans will be playing Mexican Rock N’ Roll in the Venados showroom to celebrate Mexican Independence. It is going to be a night like no other. Come enjoy a night of food, drinks, music, and national pride.
Los Humans combines the unparalleled talents of singer/bass player Hugo Gonzalez, heaving hitting drummer Javo Ortega, songwriter Juanjo Ruiz, and talented guitar player “Panchito” Lizarraga. The unique and individual skills of each band member have been seamlessly brought together through endless hours of rehearsal at an old glove factory turned rehearsal studio titled “ASILO 3.” The Los Humans style combines heart pounding rock n’roll with unparalleled skill and passion. Their songs are evocative, hard hitting and transporting. As natives of Mexico, Los Humans are extremely excited to rock the night away celebrating Mexican Independence.
Celebrating Mexican Independence
September 16th, or Grito de Dolores is Mexican Independence Day. It was first celebrated in 1825, and has been one of the most important days on the Mexican calendar ever since. The Grito or “cry” was proclaimed by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla. Hidalgo was involved in plans for revolt against the Spanish colonial government which held control of Mexico. On September 16th, 1810, Hidalgo addressed a gathering in front of a church near Guanajuato, calling them to revolution. The Siege of Guanajuato began 4 days later, marking the first battle of the Mexican War for Independence.
Hotel Playa Mazatlan Beach Hotel and Los Humans, honor Hidalgo, and all the brave souls who lost their life in battle.
Come out on September 18th to celebrate Mexican Independence!
The Secretary of Tourism of Sinaloa, Francisco Cordova Celaya, reported that during the next weekend as part of the Strategy for the International Promotion of Mazatlan for the winter season 2015-2016, the tourism and hotel industry with the Secretary of State, will undertake promotional activities, twinning, activations, seminars and organization and participation in Trade Shows in the cities of Los Angeles, California and Vancouver, Canada.
As well as confirming the coverage of major broadcast networks like Telemundo and radio channels, the Secretary announced that in Vancouver will be held meetings with more than 100 wholesalers, where it will work in conjunction with authorities of the state of Durango and the Promotion Tourism Board of Mexico (CPTM).
Yesterday morning, the Mayor of Mazatlan, Carlos Felton Gonzalez, accompanied by the Secretary of Tourism of Sinaloa, Francisco Cordova Celaya, had started the second phase of the Project of Regeneration and Improvement of the Urban and Tourism Image of the Golden Zone, which will invest 15 million.
During his speech the Mayor thanked the support given by the Ministry of Tourism of the State to rescue one of the most emblematic places and Mazatlan and mentioned that they have more projects in door, “more good things come to Mazatlan.”
This work includes the ordering of Rafael Buelna Avenue which will be expanded to four lanes, will be modified the roundabout located in front of the Valentinos, there will be realized the regeneration of sidewalks and installation of furniture and lighting.
With an attractive billboard and with the mission to bring to the local public to other cultures and visions of the world, the International Independent Film Festival “CINESEPTIEMBRE 2015″ is back in Mazatlan celebrating its eighth edition.
From 17 to 23 September the brothers Roberto and Sabrina de los Santos with the logistic support of the Institute of Culture, Tourism and Art of Mazatlan will bring to you a cinematographic offer of great quality, since more than a thousand registered works (all are they worthy of being displayed) through a committed and exhaustive selection were chosen which will comprise the Official Selection of Cineseptiembre Film Fest.
Completely free, CINESEPTIEMBRE 2015 will be exhibited in venues such as Casa Haas Museum, Archaeological Museum of Mazatlan, Plazuela Machado, Angela Peralta Theater, Venustiano Carranza street next to the Museum of Art.
We look forward to your visit!
According to a study conducted by the Cabinet of Strategic Communications to analyze the Quality of Life that allows ranking the best and worst cities to live in the country, Mazatlan achievement be placed in the fourth position of “The most livable cities in Mexico 2015″, at number three in the area of municipal public services and in the fourth place was positioned the Mayor Carlos Felton Gonzalez to get a rating of 8.1.
The study realized in the 60 most populated municipalities of Mexico took place from June 16 to July 7 reflecting the perception of 30,400 people surveyed were evaluated: the healthy life, natural beauty, clean air, mobility, availability of housing, schools, museums, historical spaces and entertainment centers.
No doubt these good results remind us evoke the famous song “Corrido de Mazatlan” interpreted and created by the late Mexican singer and composer Jose Alfredo Jimenez:
One of the main objectives and goals of traveling and a vacation is to get rest and relaxation. Sometimes people forget this simple fact and overexert themselves on what would otherwise be a tranquil and peaceful vacation experience. Travelers should always focus on getting plenty of sleep before and during a trip. This is essential to ensuring the dangerous mistakes and hazards are not encounter while on vacation.
Memory Problems While On Vacation Can Result In Missed Connections
In most instances adults should target eight hours of sleep each night as the norm. Teenagers and children should average about 10 to 12 hours of sleep each night while on vacation and while at home. Some of the most obvious signs of sleep deprivation are memory type problems. The cognitive ability of an individual is greatly hindered when there has been severe sleep deprivation. Memory problems while on vacation can result in missed connections, lost baggage and even the inability to find a ride to the hotel.
Adequate Sleep Will Help To Fight Off Illness
Another major concern when it comes to inadequate sleep while on vacation is that of a weak immune system. A lack of sleep can easily cause one to be more susceptible to catching a wide range of bugs, flu symptoms and even a cold. Adequate sleep will help to fight off illness and make a vacation far more enjoyable. As an added note, traveling on an airplane greatly increases the risk of catching a cold or flu. This is simply due to the fact that air within an aircraft cabin is re-circulated spreading flu and cold germs throughout the entire cabin.
Most Tranquil Tropical Setting Imaginable
Equally important is to be aware of stress levels while traveling on vacation. Congested airports and long lines can all contribute to stress. Even if you are going to the most tranquil tropical setting imaginable it is still likely that you will encounter some level of stress while flying or driving to your destination. Finally, poor judgment and slowed reflexes are also the direct result of a lack of sleep. These symptoms can also have an effect on one’s overall general health and wellbeing. Contact Playa Mazatlan Beach Hotel today to learn more about beautiful and elegant Mazatlan hotels that are friendly, inviting and affordable.
The President of Mazatlan, Carlos Felton Gonzalez, together with the Director of the Institute of Culture, Tourism and Art of Mazatlan, Raul Rico, announced the stellar participation of the Mexican singer Edith Marquez on the night of September 15 where will commemorate the CCV Anniversary of the Cry of the Independence of Mexico.
The Mayor reiterated its commitment to preserve the tradition of the popular fiesta in a familiar atmosphere, which took over the task to search for a singer of high quality like Edith Marquez.
In addition to this presentation will also have cultural and sports activities as well as the implementation of a rigorous security protocol to ensure the welfare of the attendees.
This coming September 15 we invite you to give the Cry of Independence in Mazatlan!
Few other experiences in life can compare to traveling abroad to an exotic beach destination. That said there are some simple yet important beach safety tips that every traveler should consider when traveling to any beach destination. For example, the internationally recognized flag symbols on most beaches will indicate different levels of danger. A double red flag simply means that it is much too dangerous to swim.
Current Conditions Are Safe For All Levels Of Swimmers
Conversely, a single red flag will indicate that it is dangerous to swim, while some bathers may find that wading into knee-deep water is safe. A yellow flag in most beach settings indicates that there is moderate danger and that strong swimmers will likely be okay to swim. Finally, a green flag is universally known to represent mild or inviting ocean or beach conditions. A green flag simply implies that the current conditions are safe for all levels of swimmers on the beach.
Never Combine Alcohol And Swimming
Another simple strategy that can go a long way in keeping everyone safe on a beach vacation is to never drink alcohol and swim. It is widely understood that alcohol and boating or alcohol and swimming never mix. Play it safe and be smart by saving the alcohol enjoyment for an evening after dinner. Many accidents have occurred at the beach because people chose to combine alcohol and swimming. It is also a good idea to be aware of any dangerous wave conditions or possible riptides or rip currents. Another key concern is that of lightning. Tropical beach destinations will have thunderstorms and lightning.
Diving Into Unknown Waters
It is obvious that lightning and water are a dangerous combination. Anytime there is a report of a thunderstorm or lightning it is advised to get out of the water and seek shelter. Finally, diving into unknown waters can be a very dangerous proposition. Be cautious and stay safe by never diving in areas where you are uncertain of what lies underneath the water. Most modern beach vacations are amazingly enjoyable, relaxing and incredibly rewarding.
However, it is well worth considering these simple beach safety tips as a way to stay safe while at the beach.
Contact Playa Mazatlan Beach Hotel today for information on beautiful Mazatlan Beach travel destinations and luxury hotels that are memorable in every way.
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Los Humans, Mazatlán’s finest local rock band will be playing the Venados Show Room on August 21st as part of Hotel Playa Mazatlán Beach Hotel’s ongoing Playapalooza music and entertainment festival. Playapalooza is Hotel Playa Mazaltán’s impressive compellation of events include performances by comedians, impersonators, rock bands, and tribute acts.
Although Los Humans has a rich and impressive catalogue of original music they also have a deep respect for the classical musical acts which have come before them. Cerati and Soda Estereo are two of Los Humans biggest influences, and the band is excited to announce that they have created a tribute performance that they believe to be unparalleled in quality. For those unfamiliar, who exactly are Cerati and Soda Estereo?
Gustavo Cerati is one of the most legendary singer-songwriters ever produced by Latin America. He hails from Argentina where he also developed his skills as a composer and a producer. He began his music career at the incredible age of 13 when he performed as part of a musical trio that played at house parties as well as at the local Catholic school. He went on to set the gold standard for Latin American Rock. Unfortunately Cerati passed away almost a year ago on September 4th 2014 as a result of complications from a stroke. One of Cerati’s greatest accomplishments was his formation of the legendary rock band Soda Stereo.
Soda Stereo is widely regarded as the most successful and influential Ibero-American band of all time. They formed in Buenos Aires in 1982 and went on to rock the entire Latin American world. The Trio of Gustavo Certai, Héctor Bosio, and Charly Alberti achieved success that even stretched across the Atlantic Ocean to Europe and Spain. In 1996 they were awards with the International Viewer’s Choice Award by MTV Latin America cementing their status as a legendary.