Las Labradas Petroglyphs

Mazatlan, Mexico

Las Labradas Petroglyphs

Half Day |

Looking to explore one of the most ancient cultural expressions in northern Mexico? Join us on a tour of the Las Labradas Petroglyphs, the only petroglyph site located on a beach in the Americas.

This archaeological site features over 200 drawings carved on volcanic rocks by ancient nomadic cultures. With the guidance of our expert local guides, you'll learn about the history and significance of these incredible works of art.

In addition to exploring the petroglyphs, you'll also visit the Las Labradas museum and have the chance to relax on the beautiful beach. This tour offers the perfect combination of history, culture, and relaxation.

Don't miss out on the chance to explore the Las Labradas Petroglyphs. Book your tour today and discover the ancient cultural expressions of northern Mexico.

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Destination

Duration

Half Day

Travel Style

Cultural Immersion, Family Friendly and Historical Sites

Languages

English and Spanish

Physical Activity

Light activity

Location

Beach

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$99/person

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Speaks: English and Spanish

Details

Availability

Flexible Departure Date
All year

What's Included

Guide

Bilingual guide

Food

Lunch
Light traditional lunch with local family

Transport

Private van

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