The Sinaloa Fish Adventure lodge sits on the water inside a small bay in the town of Las Barres, home to some 300 local inhabitants, the majority of whom are fishermen. You will see how the local residents make their livelihood off of the ocean. Las Barras is a quaint local town, sorounded by water on 2 sides and a light house. Perfect to walk around.
The lodge is equipped with six air-conditioned bedrooms and six bath rooms, surfboard storage area, a fully enclosed, air-conditioned eating and entertainment room, and a huge balcony. Total sleeping accommodation is 17. Adjacent to the eating room is a huge palapa with multiple hammocks and lawn furniture for kicking back or taking in a good read. A water filtration system runs throughout the lodge.
The new eating / entertainment room is furnished with a Direct TV, a DVD player and a pool table. Evenings at SSA are spent filling up on hearty foods, relaxing with friends, recounting the day’s many experiences, and resting up for another full day, the next day.