Colima is the state of mountains and hills. Despite being a small state, it treasures great ecological diversity. Its snow-capped mountains, rivers, lakes and beaches are ideal for those searching for adventure and unforgettable sport activities.
The word Colima means “place where the old God or the Fire God rules”, referring to the Volcán de Fuego. The state of Colima is located to the south of Jalisco, and to the west of Michocán, along the Pacific Ocean.
Its climate is mostly sub-humid warm and its annual average temperature is 77°F. Furthermore, it boasts the Magical Town of Comala which the writer Juan Rulfo made famous in his books El llano en llamas (The Plain in Flames) and Pedro Páramo.