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Mazatlan City Sightseeing Tour
"This sightseeing tour of Mazatlan brings you face to face with a fascinating city whose early settlers included Aztecs mid-16th century Spanish conquistadors and mid-19th century French and American colonists. After hotel pickup your guide will take you to Watchers Hill to put the city into perspective with a great panoramic view and offer expert narration throughout your tour.Explore the outer areas of Mazatlan such as the golden zone and watch the famous cliff divers from a prime location. The antics of these daredevils who jump from 45-foot (14-meter) platforms into only five feet (1.5 meters) of water
From $30.00
 
Old Town Mazatlan Segway Tour
"The tour begins at a centrally located location.  After a brief training session on your Segway you will be off to enjoy Old Town and the Water Front. You will cover more distance than the typical walking tour and have the opportunity to stop for photos along the way. Your tour guide will point out local landmarks such as Plazuela Machado the beautiful Cathedral Olas Altas and the Clavadista. Mazatlan has a diving tradition centered in a small oceanside park on the Malecon named Parque Glorieta Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada. The divers must time their jumps perfectly to take advantage of the slightly grater water de learn about and photograph the architecture of two centuries past."""
From $49.00
 
El Hechizo Tour from Chihuahua
"Choose between a morning tour with a pickup time of 9:30am or an afternoon tour with pickup at 3pm. You will be transported to the nearby Tarahumara community of San Ignacio de Arareco. On your 3-hour tour you will explore 3 valleys and Lake Arareco. Your knowledgeable local guide will teach you about the culture history and daily life of the Tarahumara Tribe.""""Explore the majesty of Copper Canyon with an experienced
From $25.00

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See the ocean

Take a bus from Los Mochis (a block down from the Red Cross) to Topolobampo (port) and/or Malviri (beaches). Either of these options gives you a chance to see the water and get out of the...
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Copper Canyon short-cut: El Fuerte

If you are in Los Mochis waiting for the train to see the Copper Canyon, I suggest you take a bus (45 pesos, one-way, about 90 minutes) to the city/village of El Fuerte. This basically the first stop...
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el divisadero:stop there and enjoy the panorama!

stay one night at 2200m in one of the friendly inns...don't forget:only the train reach the village...you discover there a prodigious landscape on the "barranca del cobre" :a 50km lengthravine and...
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divisadero canyon,from railway station

on both sides of the canyon,run other gorges.rock falls have caused the development of pyramids and petrified castles with diferent colours according to the day light and ground nature.
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