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We came to Lake Chapala to escape the summer heat and found it to be cool and comfortable the 4 days we were there. The town is bustling with tourists, many of whom are Mexican. Since its founding in the 1800's it's been a place...More
Lake Chapala is Mexico's largest natural lake the remnant of an ancient sea. A short drive (less than a hour) from Guadalajara, the lake area is very popular on the weekends. Because the towns of Chapala and Ajijic have such large populations of American and...More
I’ve been to Chapala in 2012, 2016, and last week. My aunt and Uncle retired and have lived there in specifically Chula Vista since 2004.
It’s a beautiful area and caters well to the snowbirds and gringos. Very inexpensive. It is not for everyone, and...More
We had the best time because of our guide, Ofelia Alatorre. She is private. Her email is email@example.com. She knows everything. We had a lovely lunch by the lake. We were hoping to catch a boat out to the island that used to be a...More
It’s beautiful here and you can’t beat the weather. It’s much less humid than other parts of Mexico. Humidity was about 40%, which makes even hot days a little more bearable. For some reason, it was a little smoggy, which made the lake not so...More