Visit the highlights of Mazatlán such as: Shopping areas, The Old Mazatlán area where you will see fantastic old style buildings such as: The Majestic "Angela Peralta Theater", The Oldest Town Bakery, Casa Machado, The School of Art and many other interesting constructions that make our city unique in the north west of México, we will continue to Downtown to visit the famous open market and The Cathedral then we will go to visit the famous cliff divers in Olas Altas Avenue.

City and Shopping Tour
Hotel guest & Cruise ship passengers are welcome
Location: Mazatlan, Mexico
Duration: 3 Hours 30min
Starts: 10 am & 3 pm
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Shopping places to visit: Michael Gallery, Pardo Jewellers, Indio Shop, Designers Bazaar, The Market and Madonna Shop.

Pricing and pricing policies
Price
Booking request for adult participant(s)
$25.00 each
Booking request for child participant(s)
Child policy: Under 11 years old, 3 and under free.
$12.00 each
Pricing and deposit policy: Must be paid in full. Groups and Families price call or e-mail for a quote.

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Details for this tour


This tour is available
Every Monday to Saturday in Mazatlan, Mexico. Pick up service from hotels and cruise ship dock..
This tour is not available
Sundays. Rarely cancelled due weather conditions.
Will you be picked up at your hotel?  
Yes. Pick-up at the hotel lobby or cruise ship dock (approximately 1 hour before the tour starts).
Will you be brought back to your hotel?  
Yes.
Meeting place
Mazatlan´s Golden Zone -- for those people staying in private homes.
Return point
Your hotel, the cruise ship dock or the central meeting spot.
Meals:
There are no stops for meals.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • Is the transportation air conditioned?  Yes
  • Is there shade available?  Yes
  • Can I use US dollars to pay for small on-tour expenses?  Yes
  • Can the tour be private? Yes, please call or e-mail for quote
Restrictions
  • There is no age restriction (child policy may apply).
Languages available
  • Spanish
  • English
What's included?
  • 1 or 2 non-alcoholic drinks
  • All Equipment
What's Extra?
  • Tips and Gratuities
  • Optional entrance fees to museums
What should you bring?
  • A hat and some sun protection
Accepted currencies
  • Local Currency
  • US Dollars
Transportation used
  • Mini Van (max 12 pax.)
  • Mini Bus (max 25 pax.)
Mazatlan City Tou, Mazatlan Travel, Tours In Mazatlan, Mazatlan Excursions Tour Provider Information:
Charters Mexico Vista Tours is a tour and ground transportation operator for the Mexican Riviera. We opened our doors in 1995 in Mazatlan, where our head office is located. For the past 10 years, we have been driven to provide the best service to our clients. Mazatlan City Tour

 

 

 

 

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Payments

Payments can be made by credit card, by clicking on the "Add to Cart" button or in the "Pay Now" button for special payments quoted by an agent. Mazatlan City Tour

Adult ($ 25 USD)

Child under 11 ($12 USD)
Special Payments

 

Cancellations & changes

Please send us an e-mail at: , with your reservation number (no fee to change reservation -- $15 to cancel per reservation, not per person). All changes and cancellations must be put in writing via e-mail. Please no phone calls.
Full refund if tour is cancelled due weather conditions.

Cruise Ship Passengers
This tour is suitable for cruise ship passengers. Pick up and drop off service to the cruise ship dock. This tour can be arranged to be private for groups or families.

Mazatlan City Tour / Mazatlan Excursions

Aditional Tours in Mazatlan

Stone Island Tour. Experience the beautiful isolated beaches of Stone Island. A must for cruise ship passengers.
Copala Tour. Copala is a delightful little town, founded in 1565 built into the slopes of a small valley.
Blue Agave Tour. Visit the only agave distillery in the state and La Noria, a tipical rural small town.
El Quelite Tour El Quelite is the vivid image of the Rural Mexico of the past. Considered the most beautifil town in the region
Sightseeing Tour . Enjoy the charming of the Historical Center of Mazatlan history and architecture.
Mazatlan City & Shopping Tour. Visit the highlights of Mazatlán and Shopping areas ztl

 

 

 

 

CITY & SHOPPING TOUR LITTLE DESCRIPTION

The City and Shopping Tour/ Sightseeing Tour in Mazatlan Sinaloa is definitely a great way to see the many points of interest in Mazatlán. The ride is very comfortable as well as air conditioned. The tour guides are extremely friendly and knowledgeable about the city. They will answer any of your questions about the city and tell you about places to see and things to do after the tour. The tour is very informative explaining the history of Mazatlán, the livelihood of the locals, Mazatlán's economy, fishing and fish in Mazatlán, jewelry buying tips as well as how Mazatlán became a tourist destination. The tour is in English and/or Spanish depending on the passenger's preferred language.

The City and Shopping Tour begins at your hotel, as Vista Tours will pick you up from your hotel, or you can take the tour from the Vista Tours office in the Golden Zone. Next, you are taken down Malecón Street where you will see many important monuments to Mazatlán and their meanings will be explained. Good bars, restaurants and hotels are recommended by the tour guide. Advice is also given on which buses to take and where the best shopping is in Mazatlán. Malecón Street runs along the coast line so there are many beautiful views of the ocean, the islands and the beach.

 

Throughout the tour you are given time to explore some shops and the market here in Mazatlan Mexico. First stop is to watch a high diver dive from 45 feet high into 5 feet of water!! Very impressive! Tips are welcomed but not required as the divers live off of the tips. There are not scheduled times for dives, the shows begin when enough people are gathered around. After the dive show you are given around 10 minuets to explore the little shops selling handcrafts and artesanias set up along the sidewalk.