Mazatlán, Sinaloa, ‘The Pearl of the Pacific,’ is the most important port in Sinaloa and holds great national significance due to its excellent location. 

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Know by Virtual Reality Mazatlán, Sinaloa… The Pearl of the Pacific 

The Mazatlán International Airport receives flights from national airlines such as Volaris, Interjet, VivaAerobus, Aeromexico, and Calafia Airlines. Foreign airlines like American Airlines, Westjet, United Airlines, and Alaska Airlines also transport thousands of passengers. 

Total Solar Eclipse, Mazatlán 2024

By sea, Mazatlán continuously welcomes cruise ships with thousands of visitors attracted by its natural landscapes, beaches, extensive seafood gastronomy, the beauty of its Historic Center, and above all, the hospitality of the locals. 

Centro de Convenciones

By air, sea, and land, the port of Mazatlán is connected to the entire Mexican Republic and many cities abroad. 

The main economic activity in Mazatlán is tourism. Hotels, ranging from very affordable to large resorts, restaurants, bars, shopping centers, clothing stores, crafts, and souvenir shops line the port’s malecon, considered the longest in the world. 

Centro Histórico

Strolls to the Historic Center with visits to the Cathedral, Plazuela Machado, and the Angela Peralta Theater, exploring its narrow streets with colorful houses, are a true delight. 

Cargo ships transport agricultural, fishing, mineral, and industrial products from Sinaloa and neighboring states to countries on various continents. Even the world’s largest vehicle transportation ship has arrived in Mazatlán. 

Marina Mazatlán

Tours to neighboring communities like Concordia, Copala, the Magical Town of El Rosario, or trips to nearby dams for bass fishing are among the most requested. 

The naval and food industry has gained great importance in Mazatlán’s economic development, with a significant business sector that has excelled internationally. 

Without a doubt, this is one of the virtual tours I am most proud of. I captured the colors of those beautiful sunsets and sunrises characteristic of this beautiful port.  

No wonder it is known as ‘The Pearl of the Pacific.’ 

Sinaloa… How beautiful you are! 

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How This Virtual Tour Was Made 

The drone has a fixed aperture of f/2.8, and the ISO cannot be raised above 100 because it generates noise. The shutter speed, in some cases, is very slow, even half a second. 

There is a high chance of the image being shaky. To address this, I took multiple shots and later selected the photos I liked the most. 

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Our photos have “Creative Commons“ license. This license allows you to use our photos, without needing permission, legally. When using the photos, the only requirement is that you provide credit as follows: 

“Photography: Miguel Angel Victoria / Sinaloa 360”

English translation made by Carlos Alberto García Leyva, student at PrepaTec Campus Sinaloa. Tecnológico de Monterrey

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