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This town is a must see when visiting Guadalajara. It's a small town with a nice lake called Chapala. They sell souvenirs, garrafa ice cream, drinks and have some nice little restaurants around the area with good sea food.
I was hesitant at first because I was aware that the area is a retirement haven, particularly for Canadians and Yanks and if I wanted to listen to English I could have stayed home. What a nice surprise on this Monday before All Hallows Eve...More
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