checking around no one certain hostel is open. Go to whasupmaz.com for a 'high' end hotel on Stone Island. There are a few hotels on Stone Island.. the place , Mazatlan, is empty. Everything is a... more
on cruiseship days there is a lottery for the guys and they seem to raise prices! Eco-taxi is cheaper and safer! NEVER get in a cab in Mazatlan without an agreed price! also if you are on a ship, you... more
Gus Gus is by far my favorite thing in Mazatlan. Great bar with excellent service and great prices!!!!! The beach is the best!!!!!The trip to stone Island was Awesome!! We had fun banana boating! The... more
Definitely NOT my favorite thing - you'll always find vendors on the beach, selling woven baskets, wood carvings, jewelry, and more. They approach people and ask them to look at their wares, which can... more
The beach between the Zona Dorada and town is often called "the locals' beach". It's rockier and less crowded, and sometimes you'll find a few locals catching a bit of wave action on their surfboards.... more
Lety's Restaurant on Stone Island is a spot that we go every time we go to Mazatlan. It's a very relaxing day on a semi secluded beach that sets you back a few decades to the way Mexico used to be.
Mazatlan ('land of the deer') was originally settled by the Spaniards in 1531, and was a major port and village on the Pacific coast. Before the Spanish, it was settled by the native Indians, called... more
We always try to either be on our balcony or on the beach when the sun goes down. I've seen some of the most beautiful sunsets when holidaying in Mazatlan. The sun drops quickly over the ocean & then... more
We did not know what to expect. We hoped that it was going to be hot with sunny skies and clear water.
It was warm, sunny and murky water. While this was a bit disappointing, we had an......
Sunrise Over Mazatlan Harbor
Mazatlan, meaning "land of the deer" in the ancient Nahuatl language, is a Mexican resort area with 10 miles of beautiful white sand beaches, a festive atmosphere, and......
The main reason that we seem to always end up going back to Mazatlan is that it's more layed back than other places like Cancun or Puerto Vallarta. The People are very friendly & don't appear to be as...