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Flavors of Mazatlan



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Discover the heart of Sinaloa, by visiting the village of Puerta de Canoas, renowned for ranching, and charro-led dancing horses. Immerse yourself in the artisanal haven of Los Osuna, where 100% Agave Azul is crafted, and conclude in La Noria, a vibrant hub of crafts and scenic landscapes.
  • Explore village life, ranching traditions, and dazzling charro-led dancing horses in Puerta de Canoas.
  • Delve into LOS OSUNA's legacy, experiencing the rich history of Agave cultivation and mezcal craftsmanship.
  • Vibrant road trip to La Noria's, where artisans transform materials into captivating spectacles.


Dive into the rural side of Sinaloa

Start your adventure in Puerta de Canoas, a village once famed for canoe construction and now celebrated for its ranching traditions and the mesmerizing spectacle of dancing horses led by charros. Nestled north of Mazatlán, this tiny village offers a unique insight into rural Sinaloa life, providing a contrast to the urban buzz of Mazatlán.

Learn the history of Los Osuna Agave Distillery

Next, venture to Los Osuna, steeped in the rich history of Agave Azul cultivation and "mezcal" production in southern Sinaloa. The Osuna family, arriving from Spain in 1864, established their roots in La Noria, a region initially driven by mining and ranching. Witness the resurrection of the Osuna legacy in LOS OSUNA 100% Agave Azúl, a testament to the visionary spirit and the resilient Sinaloan people.

La Noria: Handicrafts, gastronomy and an incomparable village vibe

Conclude your journey in La Noria, a town adorned with vibrant bougainvilleas and colorful flora. The road trip itself is an experience, offering a preview of the town's artistic prowess. Explore the crafts that make La Noria proud, with skilled artisans transforming leather, clay, and various materials into huaraches, belts, and pots, creating a captivating spectacle for visitors. Immerse yourself in the artisanal vibrancy and scenic beauty that define La Noria's charm.


  • Beverages
  • Lunch at La Noria
  • Tequila Tasting

Practical Information

  • Bring: Bring sunscreen, a hat or cap, and sunglasses
  • Bring extra money for tips and souvenirs (tipping is optional)

Good To Know

  • Tour Language: English and Spanish
  • Tour Location(s): Mazatlan
  • Season: All year
  • Duration: 5 hours
  • Maximum Age Permitted: 4 years
  • Hotel Pick-up Available: Yes
  • Good Physical Condition Required: No
  • Pregnant Woman Allowed: Yes
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