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Mazatlan Facts

Power
Electrical Power 120-volt system. Electrical converters are not necessary. However, purchase a surge protector for valuable electronic equipment such as computers.
Intl Calls
From Mexico, the code into the international circuit is 001 followed by the
area code and the number.
Country code for Mexico is 52
Area Code: 669
While in Mexico, dial 040 for information
Location
Latitude: 23° 13' North
Longitude: 106° 25' West
Climate
Dry, cloudless, beautiful days dominate the weather pattern from early November until late May. From mid-summer through late September Mazatlan is in its rainy season. January through March are the coolest months, with typical daytime temperatures in the high 70's to low 80's and evening temperatures in the 60's.
Time Zone
Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -7 hours
Language
Official language Spanish. English is understood by most people employed in tourism

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EMERGENCY NUMBERS
Emergency Assistance: 066
Police: 983-45-10
Tourism: 985-12-20
Tourist Safety:
01-800-90392
Fire Department:
981-27-69
Red Cross:
981-36-90


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Where to Eat
Angelo's Italian Cuisine Tel: 914-3700 Hotel Pueblo Bonito

Bahía Seafood Tel: 981-2645 M. Escobedo # 203

Cow Town Steak House Tel: 983-5333 Rodolfo T. Loaiza # 403

Gaviotas del Mar Tel: 983-5087 Av. Camarón Sábalo # 222

Guadalajara Grill Tel:913-5065 Av. Camarón Sábalo # 335

Karica Vegetarian Tel: 981-7952 Angel Flores # 601

La Cochinita Tel: 914-0283 Av. Camarón Sábalo 406

Mr. Tony's Bar Tel: 983-5700 Av. Camarón Sábalo s/n

Muralla China Tel: 985-3914 Zona Dorada

Mundo Bananas Tel: 986-4770 Av. Camarón Sábalo # 131

Prime Rib House Tel: 913-5611 El Cid Mega Resort

Puerto Azul Tel: 982-4031 Playa Norte

VIPS Tel: 914-0754 Av. Camarón Sábalo # 101


Nightlife
Bali Hai Av, Camaron Sabalo Fiesta Land
Sports bar
9pm-2am

Bora Bora Av. Camaron Sabalo Fiesta Land
Besides the beach club, this is the most happening after 10pm nightlife spot in Mazatlan. Don't forget the foam party on Tue. & Sun.
9pm-4am

Coliseo's Disco Av, Del Mar #1223
Shaped like a coliseum, Coliseo's Disco is one of the biggest nightclubs in Mazatlan.
9pm-4am

Valentino's Disco Av. Camaron Sabalo, Fiesta Land
Hot, Hot, Hot!!!!
9pm-4am

Mundo Bananas Av. Camaron Sabalo 131
Great food, great fun!
8pm-3am


Attractions
Aquarium and Botanical Gardens: Open daily 9:30am–6pm.
Situated on Avenida de los Deportes, about two blocks inland from Av. del Mar

Downtown and Olas Altas
Walk around in the old section of the city to see restored 19th century buildings.

Boogie Boarding, Sea Kayaking
You will find equipment rentals in front of the Royal Villas Resort.

Banana Boat, Para-sailing, Trimaran
You will find adventure information in front of the Royal Villas Resort.

Mazagua Water Park
Located near the north end of Calz. Camaron Sabalo.
10am-6pm

Scuba Diving
There are beautiful dive opportunities in this area.

Surfing
Playa Olas Altas Beach is where you will want to be.
Playa Camaron is for begining and intermediate surfers.




Drinking Water
Stay away from ice, uncooked food, seafood that may not have been refrigerated, unpasteurized milk and milk products, and drink only bottled water or water that has been boiled for several minutes. When ordering cold drinks at untouristed establishments, skip the ice, ask for your beverage sin hielo. For mild cases of turista, try Pepto-Bismol. Drink plenty of purified water. For children there is a special rehydrating formula available at all pharmacies. If you suspect food poisoning, see a local doctor immediately. If diarrhea persists for more than two days, see one of the local doctors.


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