The Pleistocene in Talpa de Allende
Talpa de Allende, Jalisco
Climb up the hill from where Hernán Cortés planned the conquest of the Californias, now it has been converted into a splendid lookout.
ACQUIRE THE PATIENCE OF A FISHERMAN
Enjoy semi-virgin beaches as you patiently fish for a snapper, croaker or sea bass. From time to time fishermen have even caught a thirty-pound fish, if you are lucky, you may see such spectacle.
You can also take a boat and cross the Caimanero Lagoon and the Huizache Lagoon, both of which make a big coastal lagoon excellent for swimming or birdwatching, where you will take in over 20’000 birds of 20 different species that arrive to the area.
LIVE A QUIET LIFE
Enjoy the magnificent food at a snack bar in Caimanero‘s beach and take the afternoon to visit the picturesque community founded in 1531 by Nuño Beltran de Guzman, which gave way to the first miscegenation in the country’s northwest.
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