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Manzanillo Vacations

Manzanillo has a bit of an identity crisis. On the one hand, it's Mexico's busiest commercial seaport, on the other it's a tourist destination, attracting beach lovers to its fine golden sands and anglers to the self-proclaimed 'Sailfish Capital of the World.'

Region: Mexico

Featured Manzanillo Hotel

Barcelo Karmina

Barcelo Karmina

Our 4-Star classification designates those properties with well-appointed, deluxe accommodations, extensive amenities and comprehensive guest services. Expect attention to detail and a warm and hospitable staff ready to cater to your needs. These superb properties offer a truly refined getaway.
Manzanillo, Mexico

Perched at the edge of the Pacific Ocean, this upscale all-inclusive resort pampers you in an enchanting paradise.

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What To Do

Snorkeling, diving, surfing and deep-sea fishing are all popular around the bay. The scuba diving in Manzanillo can be spectacular, and there are many sites to explore – either off the beach or out on the bay. Try Underworld Scuba. Its complete PADI dive center for two-tank dives, includes equipment. PADI certification available.

What To See

Playa La Audiencia
Playa La Audiencia, lining a gorgeous cove on the west side of Peninsula de Santiago, has tranquil water and is popular for waterskiing and other noisy motorized water sports.

Playa Miramar
Boasting the best surfing and bodysurfing waves in the area, the long and beautiful Playa Miramar is an ideal place to take the plunge and rent a surfboard. That's why you're here, isn't it?

Manzanillo with Kids

Manzanillo is hot all year, with the mercury hovering between 27 and 31°C (80-88°F). If you're here between May and early November, bring an umbrella. It's very slightly cooler from late November to late April, but it is much drier.