In preparing for your trip to Lake Comedero Lodge, you will find several airlines available with daily flights into Mazatlan.
Your local travel agent will be able to assist you with the best rates and schedules. After
booking your flight, you will need to furnish us with your flight itinerary (flight # and
estimated time of arrival) to assure you that we will be on time to greet you at the airport. If you would like for us to arrange
your flight and/or Hotel reservations for an additional stay in Mazatlan, Please let us know. We will give you a choice of Hotels
and rates along with brochures and flight itineraries to choose from.
Please remember, you will need an original, notarized copy of your birth certificate and photo
ID or a passport on hand as you cross into the country.
As your plane prepares to land, your heart will skip a beat at the breathtaking aerial view
of the beautiful resort city of Mazatlan. Known, by one and all, as the "Shrimp Capital of Mexico",
Mazatlan is located on the Pacific West Coast line of the state of Sinaloa and is one of the newest
and upcoming beach resorts that Mexico has to offer.
At the airport you will be greeted by the Charter Ole' Tour
Guide Service of Mazatlan and driven to the lake. Remember to have
your confirmation number ready for us to see at the airport and upon arrival at the lodge.
Because we are located ninety miles from Mazatlan, complimentary beverages and snacks will be
provided for you to enjoy on your trip to the lodge.
Now prepare yourself for a step back in time and enjoy a real life view of an "Old Mexico Postcard".
As we cross the Tropic of Cancer, you will view the sights of Old Mexico and it's native surroundings.
You will recognize some of our local crops being farmed here, along with tropical crops of bananas,
mangos and other fresh fruits. The cobblestone streets of the historic mining village of Cosala
is host to a beautiful old cathedral and a quaint town square, complete with park benches and
a large gazebo used for local fiestas. The people of the small colonies ahead and their unique ways
of living is a most humbling sight. Carrying water from their local water supply up to two miles
to reach their homes and minding their meals over ovens made of stone, is proof of the pride
and commitment held by these self sufficient people.
The open range will give you the opportunity to see cattle being herded from field to field
and burros roaming wild through the mountain
range and along the roadway.
Winding through the Sierra Madre Mountains with it's panoramic view, brings us to an almost
unbelievable break of greenery. "Presa Presidente Jose' Lopez Portillo Dam", better known as
"Lake Comedero". Here we have established our home away from home, "Lake Comedero Lodge"
and extend, to you, an invitation to enjoy four fun filled days of non-stop fishing.
Lake Comedero Lodge, nestled between the Sierra Madre Mountains, is located in the small village
of "Vertedore", and sits near the "Presidente Jose' Lopez Portillo Dam". The
1440 square foot lodge offers spacious comfort and a relaxing environment. The
great room is an open room equipped with a grand dining area, flanked by a fully
stocked bar and games tables for your entertainment. A large TV,
surrounded by tropical plants gives this room the ambiance needed to complete it's look. To give the lodge the authentic Spanish
feel, a 720 square foot veranda, featuring three large adobe style arches, has large Mexican
leather rockers and woven hammocks for enjoying the starry night or that first cup of coffee in the
brisk morning air.
Our guest rooms, located directly behind the
lodge, are equipped with two double beds and each have private baths.
The rooms are tastefully decorated and totally furnished to give you a
peaceful nights sleep and the privacy you deserve. The entire lodge and
quarters are surrounded by an eight foot fence that is set off by a
brick and iron entrance wall.
Purified water is available in each room for your personal
All water used in the lodge for cooking, drinking and ice is purified water.
We are located approximately one hour from Cosala, which is east of Highway 15, just ninety miles north of Mazatlan.
We are nestled in the heart of the Sierra Madre Mountains and only a 1/2 mile from the lakeshore. We will drive
you to the lake to fish, but the walk makes a great morning hike.