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This has to be one of the most beautiful places in mexico the people the atmosphere the food i cant say enough about this place but if you go youll never want to leave and you must try Pitaya its a form of fruit sold...More
Prior to coming here, we didn’t know what exactly to expect. In an Uber it is jut shy of an hour from Guadalajara and it’s the closest you’ll get to a beach experience of staying in Guadalajara. I must say this is one of the...More
I think we may move hear. There's swimming boating etc. beautiful lake with lots to do. there's a large public water park public swimming pools the lake had a major clean up and now is very healthy. Back in 2004 very contaminated. but great now.
Lake Chapala is an enormous lake, the largest in Mexico. But more interesting here is the town of Ajijic. Cool and unique art everywhere around the town, and also in the many shops. We did find the prices were quite high, many of the things...More
Ajijic & Lake Chapala is a perfect day trip. I purchased a seat on a regularly scheduled bus tour from the historic square in Guadalajara for about $20 USD. Lunch is on your own at a very good lakeside restaurant. A short boat ride on...More
If you enjoy Mexican culture, fine cuisine and the local economy this is not the place for you.
The largest fresh water lake in Mexico is vast and gorgeous. The views are breath taking and a must see, however not from the town of Chapala...More
El Lago de Chapala
This is one of the biggest lakes in Mexico and is located in Jalisco state close to Guadalajara city and offers a lot of things to do; like a boat ride to the el Alacrán Island or around the lake; the...More
The lake is beautiful, if not perfect. For some time, it had been about half full and had problems with high levels of fertilizers coming in from the west. Recently the rainy seasons have been stronger, and it appears less water is flowing out, so...More
Went on a day trip to Chapala and Ajijic while visiting Guadalajara. Both are right on Lake Chapala, Mexico's largest lake. The view of the lake is great while walking on the malecon (boardwalk). There are plenty of places to shop and eat as well....More