Packages in Mazamitla
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Mazamitla Vacation Packages
Mazamitla Vacation Packages
The well-known city of Guadalajara lies 60 miles north of Mazamitla.
Mezcala Island, which is located only 30 miles outside of Mazamitla, is an impressive natural space that you need to visit.
The Mazamitla Temple is the place to go if you're interested in learning about the religious aspects of the area or you just want to relax.
Make your day here more exciting with a stop at El Salto Waterfall.
Head 17 miles southwest to reach Tamazula de Gordiano. Here you can check out Tamazula de Gordiano Church and the Margarita Moreno Theater.
For easy access to Nevado de Colima National Park, the Colima City Regional History Museum and Laguna de Ciudad Guzman, you need to head west from Mazamitla for 30 miles to Ciudad Guzman. Las Penas Ecological Park and Municipal Garden are additional places if you have enough time.
The region has fun ways to experience its unique landscapes. Adventurous types should try mountain biking or mountain climbing.
If your preference is to take a lot of downtime while you are traveling, Jalisco has some great relaxing activities that will suit you perfectly, like cycling and shore fishing.
If you are looking for an escape from the city, why not indulge in the water activities in the area? Swimming and snorkeling are popular in Jalisco.
If you really want to gain a further understanding of Jalisco, make some time to visit the restaurants. Often, these are good places to rub shoulders with locals and taste test popular dishes.
Eat your way through the heart of the region and you'll come across some of the most prized dishes. Beans and pork are common components in the local food.
Do as the locals do and try esquites (mexican corn salad) or birria (spicy meat stew).
You really shouldn't leave the area before tasting arroz con leche (rice with milk).
Sit back with a pint of Dos Equis, a favorite beer in this region.
Begin your meal with café de olla (cinnamon coffee), a non-alcoholic beverage that is popular with locals and visitors alike.
Locate a nice bar, talk with a few of the local community members and have a few sips of one of the most popular spirits in this region, tepache.
Chill out with a bottle of sauvignon blanc from the local vineyards. There's no need to restrict yourself to just one when you can also sample viognier.
When it's nearly time to head home, you will be able to bid "Adiós" to Mazamitla, and take comfort in knowing that all the Mexican pesos spent in this great location were more than worth it.
When it's time to leave, remember that the closest airport is 50 miles to the north.
Accommodation in Mazamitla
Pre-booking a nice place to stay is all-important if you're wishing to have a truly wonderful vacation. You can find the best Mazamitla hotel prices on Expedia's user-friendly hotel deals page.
Kick-start the search for the ultimate Mazamitla stay by investigating the services at the esteemed Hotel Huerta Real, at Reforma 36, Centro, and the Best Western Sierra Mazamitla, at Vicente Guerrero 100. Alternatively, if you're on a tight budget, you'll find the cheapest deals at the Bellavista Cabanas, at Daniel Cardenas Mata, or the Bosque Escondido Hotel de Montaña, at Vista Nevada #100, Fracc. Pueblo Bonito.