Old Mazatlán: Drive through an old suburban area to see the typical colonial architecture.
The Pino Suarez Market: Pass through the central market in Mazatlán, better known as “El mercado Pino Suare,” a place surrounded by a variety of small shops, food stands and juice bars.
Shrimp Ladies: Drive by “Las Changueras” better known as the Shrimp Ladies, a group of women who sell fresh shrimp right on the sidewalk of the street.
Cerro de Neveria: Stop atop Ice Box Hill for a picture and learn about the first air bombing in the Americas in 1914.
Watchman`s Hill: Take a short drive along the old beach front called “Olas Altas,” built by Herr Clausen, a German immigrant that found luck in this port. Then stop on top of Watchman´s Hill and hear how the hill got its name.
Lunch at Restaurant “El Presidio": Located on a farm, dating back in 1876, this old building was rescued to house a beautiful venue, surrounded by a jungle-like natural environment with walls that proudly show its age. Chef Diego Becerra, the owner of the restaurant and master of the kitchen, personally checks the dishes to the last detail, to ensure it’s to guests’ satisfaction.
Tequila Tasting: You will also be offered a tequila tasting (agave liqueur) featuring the fine tequilas from the renowned Osuna Distillery.
Artisans: To compliment your visit, a leatherworker will be on site to make different leather-crafted items, like key chains and belts, for you to see and purchase.