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Lake Patzcuaro Michoacán México

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“Patzcuaro is still a quiet place to visit”, says Yolanda Montealegre, CEO for WTDS International, “and yet it has so much to offer the traveler if they know where to go and what to do. That’s why we have created a portal Web site for Patzcuaro. Contact us and we’ll get you the best deals and the best plans for your holiday and I’ll see you soon!”

PATZCUARO, Mexico (PRWEB) November 2, 2005 -- Looking for an inexpensive vacation? Would love to move to Mexico, but not sure where? Need to learn Spanish in a relaxed environment?

Look no further, Patzcuaro is a special place that has not been over developed and yet with a population of 180,000 has much to offer the traveler. Patzucaro was settled by the Spaniards in the 1500s and the famous Vasco de Quiroga was able to strike an accord between the Spaniards and the Indians to live peacefully among each other. Thus, Patzcuaro is called the “Magic Pueblo”. Stay awhile, you’ll feel it!

Jump on the bandwagon and reserve your vacation spot. If you are on a short time-frame, 4d/3n land packages are available for under $800.00. Learn Spanish for under $250.00 a week. Rent fully furnished houses for only $450.00 a month. Workshops are available if you want to develop photography skills or if you want to mix in with the Purhepecha Indian culture! As a matter of fact, the Patzcuaro people are willing to customize your trip!

Weather is spring-like most of the year, with a warming trend from mid-April to mid-July; rains begin July to mid-September.

During October, the wild flowers are abundant after the rainy season and a tour around the lake is fantastic! The weather during the rainy
season is spring-like (only rains at convenient times, such as late afternoon and night).

Winter can get chilly, since it’s elevation is 7000 ft., but daytime is temperate. Best time to go to the Michoacan Coast, lush and cool in the winter, only 2 hours away from Patzcuaro.

Tours: view colonial homes, around Lake Patzcuaro by car or boat, beach trips, monarch butterfly tours and so much more.

Archeology: Several important ruins dot the lake. Tzintzuntzan is the largest uncovered ruin in the area. Many ruins are visible, but uncovered!

Learn Spanish: Private, small classes in the morning, conversation in the afternoon. Take as many weeks as you need, they’re flexible.

Art Workshops: Photography, Ceramics, Painting, Cultural-related, etc.

Water Sports: Bring your kayak, canoe or motor boat. There are no restictions to water sports, or take a boat tour around the island!

Arts & Crafts: Quiroga, a small town on the lake, is the wholesale center for Michoacan crafts. You will find the best prices for leather and furniture!

Real Estate: Find the perfect old home to restore, start a B&B, build your own home from scratch. We have the team to assist you!

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