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Recent Sinaloa reviews

  • Ocean Breeze

    "My husband and I stayed the first week alone and the second week my brother and his fiancé joined us. The four of us enjoyed our stay at the condo very much. It's nice to be able to eat in when desired and know the condo has all the necessary items to cook a meal. Also, having laundry in the unit allows us to pack lighter knowing we can do laundry during our stay. We all felt very safe with the excellent security and all the staff are very friendly. Very comfortable condo and I would highly recommend this to family and friends. We will go back for sure."
    Guest: Sister's Weekend Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 16, 2015
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  • 2 month stay!

    "It was very good and what we expected it to be. We were happy with the managers, Kim and Mike Peters, with our cleaning lady Patty. She did an awesome job every week! We spent time going on tours - our favorite was the Durango tour - beautiful scenery. Also if you have not been to Mazatlán before, go on the city tour early in your stay to become orientated. We went on several tours both through Vista Tours and King David Tours - both good. We loved golfing at Marina Golf 1/2 hour walk or short cab ride. (18 holes) Lots of great restaurants- good ribs at Roy's for less than $10 on Sun. night. The restaurant here can't be beat for breakfasts and lunches for economical, for taste, and for great service. We liked Mary's if you hunger for good old American food like Belguim waffles with fresh strawberries. The condo has a list of lots of good ones and we were never disappointed. It's easy to go to the grocery stores too, Mega, Sorianos and Walmart. Can go to all by the bus - you can go anywhere almost by the bus. Very handy and economical. We also got involved with helping the poorer people of Mazatlán through LaVina or Vineyard church a little over a block south of Dairy Queen in the golden zone. To get an idea of their ministry and to see what the other side of Mazatlán is like, be at the church any Tues. or Thurs. morning at 9am. It's called the dump tour. You help make sandwiches and bottle some water for the people who make their living savaging in the dump and many live there too. You drive through the poorer areas and also bring food to children. It's a great experience. You'll be back around 12:30. Beach walking couldn't be better. We missed not having American network tv stations. We did have ESPN. Some units have it down in Mazatlán The Dvd player didn't work. A new one is in the condo now, but not hooked up yet, but I bet it will be by the time you arrive here. Any questions or concerns were promptly addressed. All in all a very good stay and 2 months was not too long!"
    Guest: D & G Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: March 5, 2015
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    "Everything we could have asked for and more. Dealing with the owners was a joy. Emerald Bay is a beautiful resort. The staff are wonderful, the grounds outstanding. We waited a year for the opportunity to stay at this villa and have already booked for our next vacation."
    Guest: R & D Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 25, 2015
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  • Paradise in Mazatlan

    "The penthouse was a dream come true. Pictures don't do it justice. Stayed with husband, mother, mother's girlfriend, daughter and her girlfriend. Plenty of space to have quiet time. Staff is accommodating and hardly any challenges. Took time to get hot water, and no gas for grill. However, we would bring concern to Claudia and she'd address. Renee at front desk helpful. I hired a driver/ guide for mom and friend for five days through Renee, and it was huge success. Drivers name is Humberto and highly recommend him. Also had cabana. Total hit for daughter and friend to be right on the beach. Lovely location, grounds were well-maintained, and very safe."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 8, 2015
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Sinaloa Travel Tips

Getting to Sinaloa Vacation Rentals

In the province of Sinaloa, the most popular tourist destination is the vibrant city of Mazatlan. The vast majority of Sinaloa vacation rentals are located here and it's a destination where there is loads to see and do.

The main airport hub near Sinaloa vacation homes is the Mazatlan International Airport. Flights on all major North American airlines arrive and depart on a frequent schedule which is very convenient when planning your vacation. The airport is within a 10 to 20 minute drive of the city. Buses and taxis provide transport options to and from the airport. Car rental is also available which makes getting around more convenient.

A Popular Summer Destination for Beach Lovers

Sinaloa attracts visitors throughout the year due to its warm climate. It is particularly popular in the summertime and spring season with families and groups of students, owing to the fact that it's a premiere beach destination. The city of Mazatlan has a vibrant nightlife with bars, discos, restaurants and various other trendy meeting places. The surfing in the area is legendary and surfers from all over the world come to ride the waves. Sun lovers will enjoy the miles of sandy beaches where you can play volleyball, take a walk along the coastline, or simply soak up the sun's rays and watch the passing crowds. Fishing is another popular pastime with both fresh water bass fishing and deep sea charters available.

Staying in a Sinaloa Vacation Home

Most Sinaloa condos are very spacious, with large living areas and multiple bedrooms. Some can accommodate up to 12 or 18 people at a time, which is great if you have an extended family. The rental homes are well equipped with just about every modern convenience you can think of, and many have large deck areas with swimming pools that look out over the Pacific Ocean. Some of the apartments are located within seaside resorts or golf estates. This means that as a resident guest, you get access to all the resort facilities and amenities. Stocking up with groceries and supplies is easy as there are mini-marts and supermarkets located close to most rental homes. Renting out a vacation home is an affordable way to enjoy a superb beach vacation in Sinaloa with your whole family. You can stay that little bit longer and spoil the kids by taking them on some great seaside excursions while you are there.

Things to See and Do in Sinaloa

The beaches of Mazatlan are by far the major attraction of the area and you could enjoy most of your vacation simply soaking up the sun and enjoying the waves. Take a cruise out in the bay to spot dolphins or whales or enjoy some fishing. Take the kids to see the aquarium with its impressive displays of specimens from around the world. For a relaxed afternoon out, take a horse ride through the countryside or along one of the beautiful stretches of beachfront. Visit the beautiful old lighthouses that for centuries have kept passing vessels a safe distance from the shore. The Centro Historico is filled with interesting places to visit. The Machado Square and the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception are stunning examples of colonial architecture and just two of the city's great attractions. At night, the city of Mazaltan comes to life and there is a wealth of restaurants where you can sample some fine local cuisine. The pulsating beat from the local night clubs will have you dancing the night away. Not far from Mazatlan is the city of El Fuerte which is a city filled with colonial treasures. Further inland, Los Mochis is the gateway to Copper Canyon which is an adventure playground for hiker, mountain bikers and people that enjoy the outdoors.

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