A stroll through Colima - Comala
An interesting trip during which we will visit the State Capital with its different and varied sites of interest. Civil and religious constructions, such as the Ave María Cathedral, El Palacio de Gobierno (Town Hall), its museums and archeological sites, make this city an unforgettable experience for those who want to discover and enjoy Western Mexico. Lunch in Suchitlan and visit to Comala, a picturesque town where the writer Juan Rulfo was inspired to write his best literary works – Llano en Llamas (The Burning Plain) and Pedro Páramo – set against the majestic backdrop of the active Fuego volcano with fumaroles. Time for shopping.
Length: 7 hours
Includes: A/A transport, tickets, guide, highway, regional snacks
Bring: walking shoes, sunglasses, cap, camera
Cuyutlán (ecological paradise)
The ecological adventure starts in your hotel when you board the Pancho Bananas, the most original means of transport in Manzanillo. After traveling for 30 minutes between the sea and the palm trees, we arrive in Cuyutlán, a legendary place where you can admire the famous Ola Verde (Green Wave) Visit the Salt Museum and Colima University and from there we will head to the Cuyutlán turtle sanctuary for an unforgettable and educational journey through its facilities, learning and discovering everything about crocodiles, iguanas and the different species of turtle that lay their eggs on our coasts and, with a little bit of luck, you will be able to release a newborn into the sea. We will then board canoe, and glide across the waters on a journey through the mangroves discovering local and migratory birdlife, crocodiles, iguanas, and an infinite variety of interesting secrets of the estuary.
Length: 4 and a half hours
Includes: Air conditioned transport, guide, tickets and boat
Bring: walking shoes, sunglasses, camera, hat, sun lotion
Caves of San Gabriel
Around 40 years ago, a group of young people who were hunting animals in the area suddenly found themselves at a large open cavity in the ground that descended several yards before reaching the ground. Learn the story that gave life to the Caves of San Gabriel.
Barra de Navidad
Is a pretty fishing town full of tradition and local anecdotes, situated on a sand bar which separates Navidad lagoon from the Pacific Ocean. In Barra de Navidad you can discover excellent restaurants and boutiques, as well as a huge variety of large-scale sporting activities.
Peña Blanca (adventure on a quad-bike)
If you like adventure, join us in this exciting activity on Honda semi-automatic TRX 250 quad-bikes, which are powerful and easy to handle. Our guide will take you through the winding gaps of Mount Vaca down to the beach at Peña Blanca. On the way you will be able to admire the spectacular views from the top of the mountain. You will also explore the secrets of the Los Cayacos woodland among the lush vegetation. Time to speed up on our natural track running parallel to the beach. Break to relax and refresh.
Length: 3 hours
Includes: ATV Honda TRX 250, safety orientation, guide, bottled water, helmet, gogles, bandana
Come and enjoy the beautiful underwater world of the Pacific Ocean, with its wide variety of multi-colored fish and flora that is native to the area, on board a safe and comfortable boat trip that departs from the unforgettable Las Hadas Marina.
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