Sunset Cruises : The Explorer and Antares depart
from Las Hadas for evening cruises which last for 1.5 to 2 hours
and include music, drinks and entertainment. See your hotel front
desk or a local travel agency for tickets.
El Salto Park : Located about 30 miles north on
the Minatitlan highway. Features a waterfall that empties into a
natural pool. A popular swimming hole and picnic ground which is
more crowded on weekends. Take note that the summer rain can turn
the water a muddy brown color (Fall, Winter & Spring).
Museum of Archaeology and History : Located on Avenida Ninos Heroes
& Avenida Teniente Azueta. Hosts a display of regional history and
Shopping : You will find a number of shops in the
tourist zone located in strip malls behind the resorts. You will
also find various shops on the downtown streets carrying various
crafts. If you are renting a vacation property and want to shop for
seafood where the locals do, try the Mercado Municipal (Cuauhtemoc
Underworld Scuba : They offer a large variety of dive options for
the beginner through advanced divers. email : firstname.lastname@example.org
or Phone: (from U.S. or Canada) 011-52-1-314-333-3678
Golf : The 18 hole La Mantarraya Golf
Course at the Las Hadas (open to non-guests as well) is the most
popular choice in town. Club Santiago has a 9 hole course at Km 19
on Highway 200. Then there is the 27 hole course of the Grand Bay
Hotel in Barra de Navadad (1.5 hours north on Highway 200).
Fishing : Marlin and Sailfish are a year round sport here. You can
arrange fishing trips through local travel agencies or the fisherman's
cooperative downtown where the fishing boats are docked.
Yacht Berths : While not actually an attraction if you don't own
a yacht . . . those who do will find that the Las Hadas Hotel has
a marina with 100 berths available with potable water and electrical
hookups. Reservations are suggested in the high season. Contact the
Las Hadas Marina for more information. 314-331-0101 ext. 3706