Coast and Copper Canyon Tour

Would you like to have the opportunity to practice ecotourism and at the same time enjoy the contrast between the desert and the sea?

Coast and Copper Canyon Tour is what you were looking for!

In the past Tianguis Turistico Mexico that was held in the port of Mazatlan, Sinaloa, the Director of Tourism Promotion of the port, Julio Birrueta, announced the upcoming opening of the Coast and Copper Canyon Tour that will be an attractive tour that will connect the coasts of Sinaloa with the Chihuahua mountains.

On the Coast and Copper Canyon Tour you will have an excellent option to practice ecotourism and sports tourism as well as enjoy the beautiful beaches of the Pacific and the mysticism that surrounds the Chihuahua desert.

For the launch of the Coast and Copper Canyon Tour some improvements were made to the “Chepe” train and two types of units were designed: Executive and Tourist, both will have access to the Bar, the Urike Restaurant and the Terrace where you can admire the breathtaking views offered by the tour.

Coast and Copper Canyon Tour

Discover the Coast and Copper Canyon Tour and let yourself fall in love with the natural beauty of Mexico!

Glass Floor Viewpoint Must Visit Attraction in Mazatlan

Mazatlan's LighthouseOne of the new attractions that you must visit if you live or will be visiting Mazatlan is the new Glass Floor Viewpoint located on the top of the largest natural lighthouse in the world.

Located at the southern end of the beautiful bay of Mazatlan on 157 meters of altitude you will find the Cerro del Creston, which is a prominent natural formation that shelters on its top the Lighthouse of the port and where recently built a Glass Floor Viewpoint to contemplate the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets of Mexico.

The Glass Floor Viewpoint is a structured bridge with metallic profiles oriented to the west and 20 meters long, 10 of them are covered with flagstone and the other 10 with tempered glass reinforced with a polymer, 3 crystals and 2 intermediate plates of safety laminate. To get there you will have to make a walk of approximately 30 minutes (the time may vary according to your physical condition) composed of a footpath and stairway where at different points you will find rest areas that will allow you to have an extraordinary vision of the beautiful views offered by this natural attraction.

From the Glass Floor Viewpoint you will have a unique view of the bay of Mazatlan, from its Historic Center, Paseo Olas Altas, North Beach and its islands that are protected by the flora and fauna found there.

To get to ‘Cerro del Creston’ you can go by bicycle or public transport. If you prefer to take a taxi or go in your car, at the foot of the hill you will find a parking area.

Do not forget to bring liquid to hydrate and comfortable shoes that give support and grip as some parts of the route are irregular. The ideal time to make the ascent and descent are in the early hours of the day or before nightfall and remember that Mazatlan enjoys a warm climate, especially in summer. Also for your comfort the path lighting is activated automatically after sunset.

Glass Floor Viewpoint Thing to do in Mazatlan

Mazatlan’s Glass Floor Viewpoint, an attraction that will surprise you!

Photography: Miguel Ulivarria

Jose Limon Festival

José LimónFrom 23 to 29 April we invite you to enjoy the Jose Limon Festival 2018 which, as in previous years, will bring the best of dance reflected in impeccable performances that will take place in the main venues of the State of Sinaloa, such as: Pablo de Villavicencio Theater in Culiacan and the Angela Peralta Theater in the port of Mazatlan.

The Jose Limon Festival was created in 1986 with the aim of promoting and spreading the figure and artistic legacy of Jose Limon in the state of Sinaloa, counting since then with prominent creators and performers of contemporary dance.

Who was Jose Limon?

Born in the city of Culiacan, Sinaloa on 12 January 1908, who immigrated to the United States in 1918 where, after finishing high school and studying art, he discovered his vocation for dance in New York City. Since then, Jose Limon worked to vindicate the masculine gender in modern dance, developing specific execution techniques and the conception of choreographic pieces such as Dos preludios (Koven, 1931) and Danza de la Muerte (1937) considered masterpieces. Likewise, the love for dance led him to create his own Jose Limon Dance Company, who was the first American modern dance group to go on tour abroad.

Soon we will announce the official program of the Jose Limon Festival 2018… wait for it!

Creedence and Cirque du Soleil in Mazatlan

Creedence and Cirque du Soleil in Mazatlan

Cirque du Soleil in MazatlanAs part of the cultural and artistic activities that will be held in the port of Mazatlan, Sinaloa from 13 to 18 April by the Tourism Tianguis 2018, state authorities confirmed the special participation of Cirque du Soleil in a private event at the Angela Peralta Theater and the presentation of the American band of the Creedence Clearwater Revival in a unique open-air show with which for the first time there will be an inclusive Tourism Tianguis for citizenship.

The opening ceremony of the Tourism Tianguis of Mexico will take place on April 15 at 6:00 pm at the Angela Peralta Theater with the special performance of the Cirque du Soleil cast, the Camerata Mazatlan, Delfos Contemporary Dance, among other artists.

Creedence in MazatlanAt the same time there will be an exhibition of the Mazatlan’s Carnival with 15 allegoric cars, sovereigns, comparsas, music and a replica of the Naval Combat (fireworks).

On the other hand during the special dinner that will be offered at the Mazatlan’s levee, a show entitled: This way there is sung in Sinaloa which will be the perfect setting to welcome the Convention Participants.

Undoubtedly, the Tourism Tianguis of Mexico will promote Mazatlan in the world as not only a sun and beach destination, but as the capital of culture and the arts.

Spring Season 2018

Spring Season 2018

Spring begins and with it the Spring Season 2018 organized by the Institute of Culture, Tourism and Art of Mazatlan that aims to give continuity to the artistic and cultural billboard that is offered in Mazatlan.

As every year nationally and internationally recognized artists come together in this cultural festival that you can’t stop enjoying.

We share with you the official Calendar of the Spring Season 2018

Spring Season 2018

The folklore of Sinaloa will shine in Japan

The folklore of Sinaloa will shine in Japan

Adán PérezUnder the production and direction of the baritone Adan Perez, with the special participation of the Folkloric Ballet of Cultura led by Maestro Javier Arcadia, the folklore of Sinaloa will be present at the Cherry Blossom Charity Ball on April 6 in the city of Tokyo, Japan.

The Cherry Blossom Charity Ball is a charity gala organized by the International Ladies Benevolent Society, which is a foundation sponsored by the Japanese Imperial Court that is integrated by the wives of ambassadors from different countries. Year after year the Japanese Imperial Court held a musical gala to raise funds and on this occasion gave their confidence to Mexico for the organization.

Adan Perez is a world-renowned Mexican artist who also produced a beautiful musical show at the Peter Norton Symphony Space in Manhattan for the centenary of the birth of Pedro Infante.

The inclusion of Sinaloa to this project is achieved through the Embassy of Mexico in Japan whose head is the Dr. Carlos Almada Lopez who born in Sinaloa.

Folkloric Ballet of Cultura MazatlanIt should be noted that in order to raise funds to finance their trip today, Friday March 9, Adan Perez together with the Folkloric Ballet of Cultura Mazatlan and the energy of Banda Legal will offer a colorful musical show at the Angela Peralta Theater entitled “Al son que me toquen” where dance expressions from Jalisco, Oaxaca, Veracruz and Sinaloa will be part of the musical.

So if you have the opportunity, support and enjoy “Al son que me toquen” this Friday from 8:00 pm at the Angela Peralta Theater in Mazatlan.