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Mazatlan Honeymoon | All Inclusive Resorts

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The Pacific Pearl, as Mazatlan is referred to, has 11 miles of continuous beach. The hospitality of the Mazatlan population is a quality that sets it apart. Mazatlan is known as a fisherman’s paradise with tuna, marlin, and swordfish galore. Golf enthusiasts flock to Mazatlan to play on the championship golf courses and temperatures in the 80’s attract sun worshippers and the sports-minded alike.

With one of the longest stretches of beaches in the country, Mazatlan is perfect for swimming and watersports all year round. Downtown has been restored and you should check out the theatre and the museum. Just off the coast road is Mexico’s largest aquarium. Several islands make excellent day trips: Isla de los Pajaros for bird-watching, Isla de Venados for snorkeling and Isla de los Chivos for a quiet, romantic beach picnic.

Activities in Mazatlan

Mazatlan Honeymoon Activities

A few of the most popular Mazatlan Honeymoon Tours:

City Tour

A 3 hour tour visiting the historical center, The Angela Peralta Theater, the Cathedral, the Market, the Diver, the Tourist Dock, the Sport Fleet and the Harbor with more than 10 miles of beautiful beaches.

Isla De La Piedra Tour

A wonderful catamaran tour along the bay admiring the natural beauty of the port. You will see the natural coastline and one of the tallest lighthouses in the world, The Devil’s Caves, Los Piratas, Las Piedras Blancas and The Bird and Sea Lion Reserve. On the island you will have time for a banana “ride”, to go snorkeling, horseback riding or just enjoy the beach. A fish lunch and 3 domestic drinks are included.

Mazatlan Jungle Tour

Mazatlan has its own jungle just 4 miles away from the city. We will see the marshes, the largest shrimp fleet in the country, the shrimp packing plants and the thermoelectric plant where power is produced for the state of Sinaloa and part of the states of Durango and Nayarit. We will also sail through the mangrove swamps, admiring the flora and fauna in the ecological paradise.