Run by a long-resident US couple, Solipaso offers unique day-long river-float trips (per person M$1430, four to 12 people; November to...
Parroquia de la Purísima Concepción
Álamos’ parish church is the tallest building in town. It was built between 1786 and 1804 and despite having only one tower, bears a...
This environmental group is the main contact point for the local guides of bird-watching group Alas de Álamos (Wings of Álamos). It...
The town’s most interesting bar, with historic photos, a pool table and outside tables on the Plaza de Armas.
Cenaduría Dõna Lola
With delicious homemade Mexican fare at startlingly low prices, this family-run locals’ secret is worth the trip to Álamos alone (the...
Lonely Planet review
Run by a long-resident US couple, Solipaso offers a unique day-long river float trip (per person M$1430, four to 12 people; November to March) on the remote, wildlife-rich Río Mayo northwest of Álamos. You visit ancient petroglyphs, a historic stone aqueduct and a tiny Mayo village with a 16th-century church. It also offers birding trips with owner David Mackay or local guides.