Categories: Tours - City & Sightseeing
$ 600 USD
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Visit one of the most ancient cultural expressions in northern Mexico and one of Sinaloa`s largest protected nature reserves, Meseta de Cacaxtla
Relax at a beautiful isolated beach, go for a swim, a long walk, or simply lay back and relax
A unique opportunity to get to know the real rural Mexico
Enjoy a delicious traditional lunch hosted by a local family
Visit the Las Labradas Museum
Language: English, Spanish
Operates: Monday - Sunday
Departs: 8:00 AM
Duration: 5 hours
Tour Code: 12386
Our Expert Guides will take you on an exciting tour through the Labradas archeological site, while sharing with you interesting facts about the origin and the messages behind the petroglyphs, which depict animals, people, and other elements of nature. These images compose the visions, beliefs, and cosmogony of the native people from centuries past.
Located on a beautiful sandy beach only 35 miles north of Mazatlan, this archaeological site is comprised of a unique mantle of volcanic rocks that feature over two hundred drawings carved by ancient nomadic cultures dated as far back as 2,000 years B.C., and known as one of the most ancient cultural expressions in northern Mexico. It is also the only petroglyph site on a beachside location in the Americas.
Las Labradas beach is located within one of Sinaloa’s biggest protected nature reserves, the Meseta de Cacaxtla, with over 50,000 hectares encompassing different ecosystems, including a dry tropical forest and a rich diversity of wildlife. This Eco tour is a great option for avid bird watchers, as well as nature and culture enthusiasts!
After exploring the site, you will have time to enjoy a beautiful isolated pristine beach, go for a swim, a long walk, or simply sit back and relax. We will also have time to visit Las Labradas Museum, which houses interesting exhibits about archaeological findings in the region and its natural history.
You won't want to miss out on this unique tour that combines nature and history to make for an unforgettable experience!
Per Children: $ 600 USD
Per Adult: $ 800 USD
What To Bring
Camera, light clothing, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, comfortable non-slip shoes, sandals, bathing suit, binoculars, towel, cash for souvenirs and tips
Expert Guides, private ground transportation, museum entrance fee, entrance fee to protected nature reserve: Meseta de Cacaxtla|Bottled water, drinks, fruit, regional snack (hand-made tortillas, beans, fresh cheese, molcajete sauce, fresh juice from local fruits)
Meeting point: Hotel pick up in Mazatlán
Return Details: Tour returns to the vicinity of your hotel