On this adventure you will drive north of Mazatlan for about 40 minutes to visit Las labradas archaeological site. Las Labradas beach is located within one of Sinaloa’s biggest natural protected area, the Meseta de Cacaxtla, with over 50,000 hectares encompassing different ecosystems, particularly dry tropical forest and a rich diversity of wildlife. This ecotour is a great option for avid bird watchers, as well as nature and culture enthusiasts!
While exploring Las Labradas site, your expedition guide will share with you interesting facts about the their origin and the possible messages behind the petroglyphs, which depict animals, people and other elements of nature composing the visions, beliefs and cosmogony of the native people many centuries past.
You will also have time to visit Las Labradas museum, with interesting exhibits about archaeological findings in the region and its natural history. Take the opportunity to meet the people that live and work at the preserve, learn about their traditions and ways of life. When you participate in this ecotour you support the economy of local communities that live within this important natural protected area.