||El Cato Restaurant
Sports fishing and banana boat rides.
Ocean panga rides and freshwater mangrove lagoon tours.
Arturo: (315).109.9285, (315).351.5378
Eileen's Cooking Classes
Calle Playa Blanca No.316
Cooking classes, catering, homemade meals &
Learn how to prepare Thai, Indian, Middle Eastern and Mexican
dishes by a qualified chief.
Instructor: Eileen Zack
Guided horseback riding La Manzanilla's playa.
Cost $100 Pesos per hour.
Adventures Sea Kayak & Snorkel ($370+p)
Guided nature tours & kayak rentals.
8-Day, 1-Day, ½-Day kayak/snorkel tours.
Instruction provided, no previous experience necessary
Director: Dave Collins
Tel/Fax: (315).351.5341 Off season (307).413.1981
can be seen close up in the "Estero de la Manzanilla" lagoon on
the north edge of town.
The last crocodile count in the La Manzanilla
mangrove swamp was 127 healthy specimens. The largest
measure up to 16ft. long. The
yellow crocodile preservation society "SCSI Cipactli" is striving
to increase the population of wild crocodiles in the Costalegre.
The SCSI organization is the "Sociedad Cooperativa de Servicios
Eco-Turisticos". For more information contact one of the following persons via
Dr. Luis Fernando Gonzalez, Carlos Bartalo Cruz Romero
La Fiestas Taurinas La Manzanilla started
Thursday February 3rd. 2005 and
ended on the towns Anniversary Sunday Feb 6th.
celebrations were scheduled on Friday afternoon and ran until
evening. Many came out to support this annual event.
Entrance fee was only $150 pesos which is used to help the locals.