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i've been going to Zihuatanejo for 48 years, I dind't know La Chole exist. I was amased by the Museum and the Pirámid. I recommend that you go with a Guide to show you "The secrets" of the Little Town and its habitants.
My deceased husband and daughter went to LaChole every Sunday for 15 years plus. They got to know the family there. Amazing memories! I go to see the enormous progress and realize the incredible archeological sites as a tribute to my family. It's definitely worth...More
Jose's the man! He is so knowledgeable and fun to spend the day with. We had an experience of a lifetime!! Thank you Jose for showing us the amazing culture! Hands-down best tour EVER! If you're in this area and are thinking of taking this...More
Went with Lao and Azucenas of Hotel Villas Las Azucenas and friend Barbara. Adan who is a friend of Lao's was our guide. Adan doesn't speak much English so, it was good to have Lao to translate when I could not always follow along with...More
I've visited this site twice in the past two years. They've done a great job with putting together the museum and the workers try very hard to explain the timeline and history of the site. The off site excavation sites were very interesting and the...More
Studies and digs at this rare archaeological site on the Pacific coast have only recently been undertaken, and the site is drawing more interest as more is learned about the ancient settlement and its inhabitants. It's located near the town of Petatlan within about a...More
We met up with his Seahawks colored cab in Zihuatanejo. Jose' is raised in Zihuatanejo and very knowledgeable, informative and bright. He has a great personality. His English is also good and clear. We went on several tours with Jose'........ each one delightful.
Our family spent 4 hours with Jose, who picked us up in Ixtapa and traveled to the archeological site, 35 minutes away. We toured the countryside, visited a roof tile maker and the home of the Museum Director. This attraction is great for families, even...More