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Picturesque Concordia is located only 30 miles east of Mazatlán. It has maintained its colonial architecture and ambience with its narrow streets and Wood-burnt tile roofs, a perfect backdrop to the town’s lush tropical vegetation. Concordia is famous for its Raspados de Leche Quemada (caramel milk snow cones), and the traditional Birria dish of this region. Concordia and surrounding villages are well-known for the manufacture of great variety of furniture, uniquely hand-crafted from Wood ingeni


Savor a taste of traditional Mexico as you travel the winding Sierra Madre roads on our tour, with stops in the centuries-old villages of Malpica, Concordia, and Copala.
Located in the mountain foothills, Malpica is known for its magnificent pottery, wood carvings, and handmade tiles. Watch the artisans as they craft their masterpieces while noshing on delicious bread baked in a traditional adobe oven.

El Quelite

El Quelite is one of those beautiful Mexican towns where it feels as though you’ve gone back in time. This peaceful place, located just 25 miles from downtown Mazatlán, has maintained its traditional charm for centuries. The first thing you’ll notice when you arrive at El Quelite is its colorful colonial-style houses with red roof tiles; these constructions are still made of adobe bricks, a material formed with sun-dried earth and straw.
As you go through El Quelite’s cobblestone streets, you’l

Las Labradas: Petroglyphs

Forty minutes from Mazatlán, the blue and black rocks of Las Labradas are covered in petroglyphs from Neolithic ancestors, who used the symbols as a means of communicating before writing was developed. Marvel over depictions of human figures, marine and land animals, birds, reptiles, celestial figures, and geometric shapes from thousands of years ago, the leftover recordings of ancient human thought.

Cosalá Magic Town

Located 104 miles northeast of Mazatlán, Cosalá has been declared a Pueblo Mágico, or Magical Town, due to its natural allure, including its Historical Center, Vado Hondo, the Ecological Reserve, Grutas México caves and San José de las Rocas Thermal Waters, among other attractions. Outdoor activities include a zip-line with stunning views of the Sierra Madre Mountains.

El Rosario Magic Town

Situated 40 miles south of Mazatlán, El Rosario is one of the most faithfully-preserved mission towns in the region. The hometown of iconic singer Lola Beltrán, El Rosario is rich in history, its streets dotted with ancient missions and colonial manor houses with colorfully-tiled garden patios and lavish interiors.

El Rosario’s crown jewel is its majestic cathedral, Nuestra Señora de El Rosario, a baroque temple whose interior features a uniquely-crafted 17th-century altarpiece bathed in gold


Canopy is an exciting and unforgettable ride in the Sierra Madre foothills.
Enjoy the thrill of zip-lining through the mountains followed by a wild ATV tour. Afterward, congratulate yourself with some well-earned tequila at Los Osuna Agave Azul, where you can explore the distillery and try their superior product.
Our experienced personnel are dedicated to providing guests the most exciting experience in adventure sports and ecotourism while attending to the highest safety standar.

Tequila Factory and la Noria Tour

Steep yourself in history in La Noria, where the cobblestone streets are flanked by colonial-era homes and an iconic tequila distillery churns out Mexico’s most important liquor.
A mountain town in the Sierra Madre foothills, La Noria is just 21 miles from Mazatlán but feels a world away. Travel back in time as you walk the narrow streets, marveling over the tile doors that dominate the village and chatting with locals about the customs they’ve upheld for centuries. Renowned as a tequila produc