This is a great
tour to the foothills of the
Sierra Madre mountains, where the
scenery is spectacular.
On the way to the small, picturesque town of Copala,
you'll visit the colonial villages of Malpica and
Concordia. An excellent way to explore the
outskirts of Mazatlan and experience the mountain
villages of Sinaloa state.
Mountain Villages Tour Highlights
pickup in your hotel lobby or at your cruise
ship pier in an air-conditioned mini-van or mini-bus.
the village of Malpica, where you'll watch
natives hand-making colorful floor tiles and enjoy
a delicious piece of bread made locally in a rustic
at the colonial town of Concordia, founded
where you will see some of
the most beautiful furniture in the
world hand made by locals, as
well as local villagers making pottery, and
on a walking tour of the cobblestone streets
of Copala, where
colorful red roof tiles covered with buganvilias
and other typical flowers of the region!
the tour, we return you to your hotel or
cruise ship pier.
Yes! This tour makes a great shore
excursion. Cruise ship pier transportation is
Monday through Saturday at 10:00 AM
Duration: 6 Hours.
Departs: Free pickup from your hotel lobby
or cruise ship pier.
Lunch at a Local
Soft drinks and Bottled Water on the bus.
Don't Forget: Camera, Extra Money for
Shopping or Drinks at the
Kids: All ages are welcome.
Compare to "Sierra Madre, Concordia
& Copala" Excursion
COPALA MOUNTAIN VILLAGES
Our tours are open to everyone - no
matter what country you're from, hotel
guests, cruise ship passengers, residents,
everyone! All prices are in U.S.
Dollars and include all taxes.
WITH YOUR RESERVATION!
eye out for the mango stands in Concordia, they're
fresh and grown in the Orchards nearby (in season).
"The guided tour
in Mazatlan was over the top. The guides and drivers
were exceptionally knowledgeable, courteous, and
just plain fun to be with. The Copola Tour was a
joy and the separate driver and guide set up allowed
for constant questions and answers. The people in
the small towns were delightful and our guide was
willing to give us time to just relax and wander
in the quaint surroundings." - Eddie from Hagerman,