We decided to take a small suitcase eventhough this was long weekend trip. SInce it was a hot time of year and we planned to relax at the pool and the beach we brought liht weight; warm weather clothes. I packed several pairs of shorts, light shirts, tees, swim trunks, flips, a pair of shoes and some evening attire for dinner. The usual:...more
There are actually two dormant volcanos near Colima. If you want to see them take a tour. We didnt and we spent several hours trying to find the road and never did. we got close but we were on the wrong side and couldnt get to the entry. And the mount roads kept getting thinner and thinner. At one point there was a sigh about protecting the Pumas....more
It is great fun and very exciting to see and hear the Vocan de Fuego blow steam, ash & lava. The vibrations from the explosions can rattle the glasses on our patio table while we watch and wonder. This volcan is active every day and is the most active in Mexico.more
This lovely area; Canyon de Herdivero is down and out of the way on the river that boarders the States of Colima & Michoacan. The water originates up stream from the little cafeteria out of a natural hot spring. Getting to this place requires good tires & a high riding vehicle. So very quiet; no music allowed. Cold beer and wonderful little eating...more
One way to get to Cuyutlan is by taking a bus from Guadalajara. This takes about 5 hours, and I think that you have to change busses in Colima. Guadalajara is also a nice place to see and experience a much more cosmopolitan side of Mexico!