This is the greatest lake in Mexico, with an area around 114,659 hectares. Therefore we filtered activities, hotels and restaurants by sections in order to make your experience easier.
It is composed by the municipalities of Jocotepec, Jocotepec, Ixtlahuacán, Chapala, Tuxcueca and Tizapán. In this area you’ll find the most representative municipality of the lake.
It is composed by the municipalities of Zapotlán del Rey, Ocotlán, Poncitlán, Ocotlán, La Barca and Jamay. Here’s the home of furniture elaboration of Jalisco.
It doesn’t matter if you are an adrenaline fanatic or a history and culture lover, you’ll find customizable activities for every taste. Configure your favorite.
Golf course with nine holes, placed in a mountain, is a high difficulty course. The schedule is flexible, however a reservation is needed prior the visit.
Aside from the golf course, you'll find a restaurant with a terrace where live events take place. On the other hand, it is a location to practice other sports and board games.
From Guadalajara visit Chapala passing through Los Magos distillery, whre you can learn about tequila's elaboration process. Have a boat ride in the largest lake in Mexico and walk through the historic center and the handicrafts market.
Ecocamp is a company that organizes different ecotouristic activities in the state of Jalisco. In Chapala, they create excursions to the Mezcala Island and you can practice kayak in the lake.
Multicultural market for local products. You'll find organic fruits and vegetables, as well as cheese, bread, pizza, ham and natural medicine, among other things. It is a place where mexicans, americans and canadians inhabitants sell products.
Relaxing spiritual centre, with esoterism in one of the energetic vortex most known in Mexico.
Traditional gastronomic experience with dishes made up of squash, native Huehuenches and Tlahualiles dances, fireworks, ceremonial rituals and beverage tastings with mariachi music.
Enjoy a boat ride in the biggest lake in Mexico. Inside the island you'll enjoy the view and taste local food and beverages. This is a sacred place for the wixárica people.
From the boarwalk, you'll have an impressive view of the lake and the mountains. This is an ideal place for running, walking or skating, which is done by the locals. Through the boardwalk you'll find gardens at the front and benches, allowing you to take breaks while enjoying the weather. In addition, you'll enjoy the local food from different restaurants at the lake side.
Excelent for a family walk, enjoying the view of the lake, artesanal ice-cream and some breaded fish. Within the boardwalk area, you can enjoy the traditional native spectacle, "the Papantla flying men". Also, the handicraft market is close. During the night, you can enjoy walking through there, as it is perfectly well lightened. Local music and restaurants in the lake edge, will surround you in a cozy environment.