We went to the Mazatlan with some friends that we have made in Mazatlan. It was a little more expensive than we thought it might be. We walked around the main area and saw all the fish that were in the tanks. We also found out for a additional fee,you can go into the large tanks with the fish,that included sharks! We were given a ticket when we...more
We stayed at the Playa Mazatlan in February 2009. The room was called an economy room. It did not...more
Our family went to Ponchos twice. Once on a Thursday night and then on a Saturday night. On Thursday night we had the Mexican plate,Mango Salmon and my son had the BLT. We were greeted before we came in by Marco, who ended up being not only our server,but good friend by the end of the night. We were given the traditional chips and salsa on both...more
A small museum with photos and exhibits on the history of Sinaloa, pre-conquest, colonial and beyond. Also some interesting information on the two Americans who left large marks on the history of Los Mochis - one, a rubber baron; and the other a planned utopian community in Topolobampo. If you don't like the museum, cross the street and eat at KFC...more
365 Angel Flores Sur, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico
Good for: Business
Los Mochis is a transportation hub with ferry, train and bus connections (note: several bus stations at different locations in and just outside of town). If you are taking the Baja ferry to the mainland, you can either go directly to the port of Pichilingue (20 pesos and 20 min bus ride from the tourist bus terminal near the La Paz malecon) and get...more
Open-air dining with 2nd story view. Place is decorated with stuff that the owner (a fisherman) has pulled out of the Sea of Cortez during his years working the port.
Favorite Dish: Shrimp with cheese and salsa
Robles No 102, El Fuerte, Chihuahua, 81820, Mexico
Good for: Business
This was a pleasant surprise. Half way through our birdwatching river float we pulled to the side of the river and hiked about 1/2 mile. In 1994 a flood uncovered these petroglyphs. Our guide produced a guide book and proceeded to interprete some carving. It way way tooo hot to hike to see the rest and we will return during a cooler time of year to...more
Agua Verde is located in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, one of he places most impacted by drug violence in Mexico. Recommend do not visit for the time being. If you do visit absolutely do not travel outside of the town at night.