Im going w my husband for our honeymoon to mazatlan for the first two weeks of September. We have a fully furnished condo to stay in. Will it likely rain the whole time? Are the bugs bad? He wants to fish for marlin... Or whatever you can catch in the deep sea. Is that easily available there at this time? Will we be safe just the two us to sight see, walk around the beach and go out? Are there fun things for late 20-somethings to do? We will be there two weeks, what kind of clothing would it be wise to pack? We have never been there so any thoughts would be helpful. Thanks!
We shall be at Mazatlan port of call arriving on Sapphire Princess. We speak only English and don't want to join the expensive excursions on the cruise ship. Are there any good tourist spots we could visit on our own within the few hours we are there?
Its seems you had a blast! Any spots that I shouldn't miss?
I want to visit our son and family in Mazatlan, Mexico in April this year. I live and prefer to fly from Colorado Springs, CO but will consider Denver. Have been checking several discount websites and find all airfare to be over550. Would like suggestions how I can reduce that price without spending 10-12 hours both ways.
Iam going to Mazatlan for the first time in Sept.
What kind of fun advendures do you recommend?
Iam ready for any info....
I will be traveling to the Torres Mazatlan with my 3 children, is there a grocery store there, where I can buy cereal, mac n cheese, etc.. Or should I bring my own for them? Can I buy these things at the resort? Thanks for the info!
My parents are visiting Mazatlan through their time share exchange program in November. None of us (my parents and my wife and I) have been to Mazatlan. Is there any sites or things we should definitly see or do during that time period? Also, what airline is a good one to fly on going to Mazatlan from San Diego, California (prefered) or Los Angles airports?
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