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Playa Cerritos

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Half-Day Tour to Tequila Factory and Villages from Mazatlan
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Half-Day Tour to Tequila Factory and Villages from Mazatlan

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Experience the traditions of Mexico up close on a half-day tour from Mazatlan to villages known for their tequila and other locally made products. Stop at the picturesque villages of La Noria, La Vinata, and El Quelite, where you can visit a tequila distillery, browse the handicrafts and stroll along cobblestone streets. Learn about the process of making tequila, see a blue agave plantation, and sample tequila from the producer. Your tour includes guide, entrance fees, round-trip transport from Mazatlan, and the option to upgrade to include lunch.
US$61.54 per adult
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Jane T wrote a review Apr 2020
Vancouver, Canada35 contributions1 helpful vote
We go to Mazatlan every year for several weeks. During our stay, we plan a couple of walks along the beach from Bruja to Torres where we eat. The walk and the meal are always memorable.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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pablo_cdn wrote a review Feb 2020
Edmonton, Canada141 contributions57 helpful votes
Beautiful clean and safe beach, we tried to walk it every morning. It is about 90 min one way from the Riu end.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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dennis finn wrote a review Jan 2020
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at the end, there is a nice, funky restaurant, where there is music, tequila, and great food. then, you just catch the bus back to the hotel.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Karen5056 wrote a review Jan 2020
Edmonton, Canada311 contributions75 helpful votes
This beach is wide and long and great for walking. Not many vendors either or many people period. Really nice.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Mike Mihaljevich wrote a review Jan 2020
28 contributions27 helpful votes
The norther beaches are less well frequented but that makes them nicer. The waves can be larger but on some days, the wind can push the waves and tide sideways and then it is a bummer. Surfers hang at the northern end which offers larger waves. The beach is long and makes for a nice walk. Traditional banks of amateur musicians (tuba, trumpets, clarinet, drummer and more along with a singer play for the benefit of the Mexican population). One can take a parachute ride towed by a boat here as well as other beaches. There are some restaurants along the beach as well although I never tried any. Parts of the beach have rocky outcroppings....as one walks from the north and gets closer to the big hotels right on the beach.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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