Read below for a Two-for-One special price!

This popular and famous 
Stone Island Tour
is a complete package that gives you all the fun you can handle in a convenient half day trip from Mazatlan. 

We'll pick you up at your hotel or if you pre-reserve, we'll meet you at the Cruise Ship dock.




On the island, you'll enjoy a tasty lunch such as charcoal broiled fish, shrimp, carne asada, chicken and cheese quesadillas. There's something for everyone!

Your package includes an open bar for 3-4 hours. Beverage  choices include: Cold Beer, Margaritas, Rum drinks, Piña Coladas, Mai Tais, Tequila Sunrise, "Sex on the Beach" and of course, soft drinks and purified water. 



Enjoy the shade of our beach-side palapas, or work on your suntan before, during, or after your lunch. And remember, it's still an open bar!

There's plenty of time after lunch for a variety of activities. Our palapas have showers and clean bathrooms for your use.


Lot's of things to see and do while on Stone Island. Your package includes your choice of two of the following activities:
  • Banana Boat Ride
  • Swimming pool
  • Snorkeling
  • Boogey Boarding
  • Horseback Riding
  • Ocean Swimming
  • Shell Collecting
  • Volleyball
  • Horse Cart Ride

We will provide the equipment for activities that require it.


All this is included in your tour:

• Transport from and to your hotel or Cruise Ship
• Open Bar, 3-4 hours
• Delicious Lunch
• Your choice of two sand/sea activities from the list above

Note: Tour times are 9 AM to 2 PM.


Reservations are a must!
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Package Price:
Just $76.00 per person.
BUT WAIT! Happy hour prices prevail! Two-for-one prices apply!

You will be given the opportunity to use PayPal to make a deposit to secure your reservation, or prepay the tour now so you don't need to worry later.

Same rate is for adults and kids if the kids choose activities.

Stone Island Tours
Phone in Mazatlan:  985 4875
From US or CAN:  011 52 669 985 4875
Address: Av. Joel Montes Camarena s/n
CP 82000 Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico

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