Excursions in Manzanillo
Drive south to the local countryside to Cuyutlan. By the beach, visit the Ecological Turtle camp that helps to preserve endangered species. Learn about the iguanas and sea turtles that come every season to our coast line. Release baby turtles to star living at the sea (only in season). Board small boats and cruise through the mangroves of Cuyutlan Lagoon, searching for the wild life in their natural habitat. Be part of this neat experience!
How can you go home without going fishing in Manzanillo? The Capital of the sailfish! Come with us for the experience of a life time! Our experienced crew will escort you into just the best spots in our beloved Pacific where there is the possibility to catch a BIG ONE! So give a try & look for the seasonal sailfish, mahi mahi, marlin or tuna. If you are lucky you may see a dolphin! This day trip will give you memories for a life time! Charter your own boat or join the shared one. GOOD LUCK!
Lush countryside, very fertile land, mostly tropical fruits plantations: bananas, mangos, coconuts, papayas, and limes, our knowledgeable guides will talk about the growing process. Have a taste! Explore the little & picturesque fishing villages Melaque & Barra de Navidad, Jalisco, town located between the ocean and the lagoon where you will enjoy a short boat ride to see the beautiful tourist development known as Isla Navidad. Visit the church of the miracle Christ of Fallen Arms while you stroll around. Time for a delicious seafood, beef or chicken lunch.
Leaving your hotel we will drive you to the top of the Santiago Península from you will enjoy a beauty full panoramic view of the famous twin bays. We will stop in the flea market at Miramar Beach for time for shopping. We will continue on the way to Manzanillo downtown the most important industrial port in México, on the way we will see all kinds of boats and container ships and the different areas o exportation and importations from the west coast of México, passing by el Espiritú Santo Malecón. We´ll arrive to the main plaza to admire the sail fish monument, symbol of Manzanillo, time for shopping or taking pictures and back to the hotel.
Driving up to the mountains for 40 minutes, away from the hustle and bustle, discover the beauty of the lush forest, on the way to Canoas, a remote and picturesque village located in the heart of the Sierra. Do a short walk around the Village to see how locals do the normal life; do not miss the tiny church. Enjoy an interesting hiking among the forest, passing through coffee plantations learning all about the flora and fauna. Afterwards, enjoy a great seafood lunch...