Where to Stay:
Hotel Las Olas faces the beach. There are hammocks, lounge chairs and a reputable restaurant in the lobby area. A very nice place to stay.
Don Giovanni has beachfront rooms and an awesome gelato cafe.
A stay at Samana Chakra will have your senses feeling perfect from head to toe.
Enjoy the beach life at Casa de Playa Bungalows.
Cevicheria Jasusi serves delicious Peruvian cuisine and their ceviche is the best in town.
El Aji has tasty Mexican food.
La Sirena d Juan rarely disappoints it's customers. The fusion dishes are excellent.
La Mosca en la Sopa is known for Argentine grilled meats and fresh seafood dishes.
Jugeria Mi Janett is the place to go for tasty food, refreshing fresh juice, and great smoothies.
Where to take Surfing Lessons:
Victor's Surf School has really good instructors and they also rent surfboards.
Where to learn Spanish:
Wasicenter Spanish School is where you can learn to master the Spanish language.
Where to shop:
Tourists and locals have plenty of places to shops to choose from. There are open markets and independent stores right in the heart of Mancora
What to do:
Surf, fish, go kayaking, read a book, take a class, go hiking, swim, watch the sunrise and sunset,
go dancing, hang out at the bar, try different restaurants, drink a fruit smoothie, learn Spanish,
be a passenger in a moto taxi, feed the stray dogs, eat churro's, shop, explore, have fun!!!
Ceviche & Limoncello
I'll be sharing Peruvian recipes in my next post: "Culinary Wonders of Peru"