Mazatlan Tours by Johann & Sandra



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The very best way to enjoy the sights of Mazatlan, as well as the surrounding towns and villages, is with your very own private tour guide.  Our private guide will pick you up from your hotel or cruise ship in an air-conditioned van, and take you where ever you'd like to go in the Mazatlan area. 

After the tour, he'll drop you back at your hotel or cruise ship, or where ever else you'd like to be dropped off.  This option can't be beat for convenience, and personal enrichment.  Don't worry, your guide will speak English - he can also give you a tour in Spanish, if that is your preferred language.

Suggested itineraries:

  • Sightseeing Tour of Mazatlan City

  • Day trip to Mazatlan's neighboring towns like Copala, Concordia, El Quelite, or La Noria.

  • Group transport for dinner or nightlife.

  • Any of our sightseeing tours can be done as a private tour, just ask.

  • Any other itinerary you like - we're at your service.

  • Stop on the way to ride a Zip Line or see a Pre-Hispanic Show (not included) if you like!

Cruise Passengers:  Yes! This is available to you as a shore excursion. You pick the start time!

Runs:  Daily on your schedule.

Duration: It's up to you.  There is a 3 hour minimum, though.

Departs: Free pickup from your hotel lobby or cruise ship pier.


  • Round-trip air-conditioned transportation

  • Expert English-speaking personal guide

Don't Forget: Camera, Extra Money for Shopping and Lunch.

Kids:  All ages are welcome.

OUR ADVICE:  There's no better way to see Mazatlan than this.  Many people book the driver for several days of their vacation, visiting Mazatlan one day, and taking various sightseeing trips around the region like to a tequila factory, a rodeo, or to one of Sinaloa's many colonial villages.


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Suggested side trips:

Concordia (40 min. East) - Founded in 1565, it's famous for handmade furniture and pottery.
Cosala (2 hrs. North) - A colonial village among lakes and mountains.
Culiacan (2.5 hrs. North) - The capital of Sinaloa State.
Copala (2 hrs. East) - A colonial village known for cobblestone streets and brightly colored homes.
El Quelite (30 min. North) - A beautiful village with brightly colored homes and flowers.
La Noria (40 min. NE) - Home to Sinaloa's only tequila distillery.
Las Misiones (1.5 hrs. South) - See the missions of San Ignacio, San Javier and Cabazan, on the Piaxtla River.
Teacapan (2 hrs. South) - A shrimper's village, famous for its lagoons and birdwatching.
Rosario (45 min. South) - A mining town known for underground tunnels and a magnificent cathedral