We spent 2 hours walking and eating lots of shops to buy souvenirs toys lots of junk food alcohol drinks the lake itself you can't do much you can go on a boat tour to scorpion Island we had lunch had fish fried fish make...More
About Lake Chapala
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Nothing compares to Lake Chapala for natural beauty & variety. Each of the Lakeside towns are quite unique, and should be explored over a period of days.
I was refreshingly surprised by the beauty care and decoration of the malecon, all people go here on sundays and have their lunch and spend the day. There are plenty of street shops called tianguis, also typical drinks from here jarritos and delicious ice creams....More
We were in Guadalajara last week doing some shopping and looking around. We live on the Gulf coast of Mexico, so we are not foreigners. Always have wanted to visit Lake Chapala and we knew the town of Ajijic was a good place to check...More
The stretch of lake from Jocotepec to Chapala id referred to as Gringo Landia. English is spoken in most places East of San Juan Cosala. The Hot springs and Restaurant row is the change point. In Jocotepec, Spanish speaking is a must. Not only to...More
Chapala is a beautiful pueblo to visit about an hour away from Guadalajara. There is a very traditional Mexican feeling when you visit. Personally, I preferred to eat lunch in one of the puestos instead of a restaurant. I feel that it is so much...More
I visited Ajijic and of course I went to the lake. The Malecon was very quiet (Monday morning). People were walking their dogs or exercising by the lake. I met different birds and horses while I was walking by the lake. Very nice and peaceful.
If limited on time, the walkboard is a pretty nice place to enjoy the view and the atmosphere. A body of water is always welcoming and a great place to relax. It features several restaurants and small shops selling snacks and desserts. A pretty popular...More