Whale watching is a new activity in Mazatlan offered by a team of biologists and oceanographers, which will take you to the surrounding waters of Mazatlan aboard ocean craft specially designed for up front and personal watching of dolphins and whales in their natural habitat. It is an impressive experience available from October to May.
The beauty of the sea, warm people and rich of its historical center make of Mazatlan the perfect destination to visit any time of year, where its unique climate and vast gastronomy give the welcome to its visitors.
And what better option to know this beautiful port through “La Guagua” bus type trolley that will take you through the Mazatlan’s levee (considered one of the longest in the world), transit the most popular and characteristic places of the port such as the Historic Center, Aquarium and Golden Zone, in a safe, fun and warm atmosphere.
Throughout the tour you will have the opportunity to know the beautiful beaches of Mazatlan, enjoy and get lost in its beautiful landscapes and sunsets and know its history through its buildings, monuments, streets and squares.
We invite you to know and discover why? Until a poor person feel millionaire in Mazatlan.
For more information visit the official website of La Guagua or ask our Concierge.
Huana Coa Canopy & Adventure provide the most exciting experience in adventure sports and ecotourism where the adventure begin in the area of the old farm which has more than 130 years of history, traveled on a “Pinzgau” a Swiss-terrain vehicle; experience the emotion of zipline adventure, 12 platforms, 9 lines and 10 meter rappel and learn the ancient process of distilling tequila from the blue agave plant at “La Vinata Los Osuna”.
For reservations contact our Concierge Department or call Huana Coa call center at (669) 990-11-00 which will gladly assist you.
Angela Peralta Theater formerly known as “Teatro Rubio” was founded in 1874 by Mr. Andrés Librado Tapia and Don Santiago, which was declared on December 19, 1990 as the nation’s heritage.
Having an area of 3,841 meters square building with a nineteenth-century Romantic style design with horseshoe-shaped room in Italian style, is nestled in the historic center of Mazatlan, near the Plaza Machado. Its exterior is two floors, on the first is a large hall supported by six fluted columns of the Doric capital, the second is decorated with an iron railing and rectangular windows.
Its construction was managed by businessman Manuel Rubio who sought a place at the height of the commercial and political importance in the year 1869 held the city of Mazatlan.
Since opening in 1940, the Angela Peralta Theater has seen all kinds of cultural, political and entertainment, among which stand the opera, operettas, civic and sports performances, concerts, among others.
Currently the theater is equipped with the latest technological advances to provide the public performances where sound and vision are first class and without doubt is one of the landmarks of Mazatlan.
The success of Mazatlan as a tourist spot is inextricably linked to the picturesque towns that surround it. Each town is distinctive in its own history, most of them founded even before Mazatlan itself. El Quelite, Concordia, El Rosario, Copala and Cosala are now visited by thousands of tourists from Mexico and the world.
Cosala is located 155 km. from state capital Culiacan. The Royal of the Eleven Thousand Virgins, shortened its name to the Royal Mines of Cosala is the municipal seat and without doubt one of the most beautiful villages of the state, keeping a quiet atmosphere that seems like you are in a story book. As if history had stopped in the times of the Spaniards. Every little street is a delight. One would want to stay at least a couple of days in Cosala. Something in the air inspires romance, an ideal place for lovers…
Francisco Iriarte y Conde, first governor of the state declared Cosala the capital of the western state in 1826. He introduced printing in the Sonora and Sinaloa and it was in Cosala that the first newspaper of Sinaloa, “The Impartial Spectator” was published.
In its surroundings there are attractive places as the Vado Hondo waterfall and town reservoirs “Comedero” and “El Salto” a few miles from town. Both these lakes are stocked with large mouth bass. The museum of Mineralogy is highly interesting, it mainly displays photographs and documents on the history of mining in Sinaloa.
Cosala was the dominant region in the social and political life of the State of Sinaloa until it became its capital in the early independent Mexico.
Cosala is a picturesque colonial town surrounded by myriad of natural attractions. Among the major places to enjoy in the surrounding area are:
- The Vado Hondo Resort, located fifteen kilometers from Cosala.
- The Caudal del Arroyo del Sabinal which has a large natural pool with three waterfalls that make it a perfect place for picnics.
- The Gruta Mexico, a giant cave with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites.
- The Santa Ursula Temple, built in the XVIII century which represents the most significative church of Cosala.