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Tesoro or Gran Festivall?

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Tesoro or Gran Festivall?

We are thinking of going to Manzanillo for the 1st time. We are travelling with our 10 & 15 year old boys, so we are looking for a bigger unit. We are not fussy travellers, the resort does not have to be new, just like great service and clean.

We've usually stay at 3 * like El Cid Granada in Mazatlan or Club Amigo in Holguin. I've been reading reviews of both but seem to be equal complaints. Which do you recommend?

Which has a nicer beach for swimming? Do either have snorkeling?

Thanks for any info you can give.

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1. Re: Tesoro or Gran Festivall?

If you google "gran festival activities manzanillo" you will find some trip advisor reviews and pictures.

I know they have a couple of water slides and a number of activities.

I haven't stayed at either but myself, I like the location of gran festival.

The beach is just across the street over the overpass. It is santiago bay and is a large beach.

The tesoro is on playa audencia and is a very small beach/bay.

You can take an afternoon boat cruise that tours santiago bay and then stops by the sunken ship to allow for snorkeling. (Pacifico Tours) They have a bigger boat.

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