Getting to Mazatlan
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Traveling to Mazatlan by Air
As each year passes it seems the number of flights departing from Canada and arriving into Mazatlan become more frequent, specifically with the airline known as WestJet. WesJet offers direct flights from many of the major Canadian cities throughout the year. If your city does not offer a direct flight then you can always grab a connection in Calgary, Manitoba or from Vancouver and fly to Mazatlan from there.
Alaska Airlines and WestJet are other popular airlines that offer packages from Canada into Mazatlan and other areas of Mexico. Sometimes these flights will include a connection in Los Angeles, Mexico City, Arizona and other destinations with international airports where a connection can be made to Mazatlan.
Sun Country Airlines
There are frequent flights to to Mazatlan from Los Angeles, Houston, Denver and Phoenix and in most cases with direct service to Mazatlan. A number of international airlines service Mazatlan and the trans-national passenger air routes. The international air carriers include ..... CLICK HERE to view more!
Read more about Rafael Buelna-Mazatlan Airport here
Traveling to Mazatlan by Bus
If you are coming from the United States or Canada you can travel like many people do and fly to Tuscon or Phoenix, Arizona or San Diego and from there continue to Mazatlan on the bus. Greyhound has service from San Diego to Tijuana where you can continue on to Mazatlan for about $35 USD one way. This trip will take about 24 hours. When flying to Phoenix or Tucson you can travel the Greyhound from the bus stations to Nogales and from there walk across the international border into Mexico and make your way to the bus station where you will find frequent departures from Nogales to Mazatlan. These fares are about $70 USD one way and travel time is around 22 hours.
The Mexican busses that travel to and from The United States are comfortable and clean with bathrooms and T.V’s that play movies. The seats are much larger than most airline seats and you have plenty of leg room. If you decide to take a night bus there is a great chance that you will get two seats to yourself. Another popular bus line is Tufesa which departs from Los Angeles, Phoenix and Tucson several times a day. Travel time can vary depending on the bus service you choose. Sometimes a great option is crossing the border into Mexico and catching a bus there since there are more choices and the buses depart every 30 minutes. Tufesa offers some direct services on their luxury busses from US cities. These run to major cities like Culiacán, where ..... CLICK HERE to view more!
Have a safe trip and we look forward to seeing you in Mazatlan, Mexico!