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Your family can go on a
city tour and harbor cruise, do some island hopping or stroll the Malecon, one
of Mexico's largest and prettiest walkways.
the Aquarium and Botanical Gardens where your family can see over 50 fresh and
saltwater tanks with sharks, eels, seahorses, lobsters and over 250 exotic species
from around the world. There is an interesting sea museum and a trained seal show.
A tiny zoo and botanical gardens are nearby.
is a family aquatic park that has slides, toboggans, pools, a wave machine and
other aquatic entertainment.
Mazatlan is Mexico's second
largest city with plenty for your family to do. You can get a birds-eye view of
the port while parasailing. Mazatlan is popular with young adults but also tends
to be less crowded than other well-known Mexican beach resorts. It is a favorite
with families who are seasoned travelers looking for rest and recreation in the
sun. Beaches are long and the waves can be big enough for surfboarding and body
surfing. Golf, fish, or rent catamarans, sailboats, snorkeling equipment and paddleboats,
there is something for everyone in your family!
Mazatlan's got it together
when it comes to shopping. From open-air mercados to boutiques or shopping malls,
the assortment is varied and the price is right. The zona dorada is the shopping
capital but don't stop there; some of your families most intestinal finds could
be off the beaten path.
Spanish, although English
is widely spoken in resort areas.
The Mexican Peso, although
many resorts also accept the U.S. dollar.
average temperature is 75°F with heavier average rainfall in the Fall months
A valid U.S. passport for US born citizens. Any person under 18 years
of age is considered a minor for travel purposes. Special documentation is needed
in certain circumstances. Those circumstances include, but are not limited to:
Minors traveling unaccompanied or with anyone other than their legal parents/guardians
must obtain an original notarized letter of permission signed by both parents.
Minors traveling with only one parent must have notarized written permission from
the other parent.
In the case of deceased or divorced parents, legal proof
must be carried to have acceptance of just one parent signature (death certificate,
proof of sole custody, etc) and a notarized Affidavit of Sole Custody form will
be given to the parent.