51 days tour
Mexico City To San Jose Travel Pass
English speaking guide on some activities
1 San Cristobal de las Casas Lunch(es) 1 Panajachel Breakfast(s) 1 Panajachel Dinner(s) 1 San Jorge Breakfast(s) 1 San Jorge Dinner(s)
Teotihuacan Early Morning Tour Hike through Hierve el Agua Puerto Escondido Learn to Surf Experience (2 Hours) Local & Sustainable Foodie Experience Palenque Ruins, Agua Azul & Misol-Ha Waterfalls (from/to Palenque) Enjoy the magic of cenotes by night Chichen Itza Day Trip (from Merida to Cancun) Local Community & Cenotes by Bike Snorkel with Sharks & Rays Tikal Early Morning Day Tour Semuc Champey & Kanba Caves Tour Pacaya Volcano Trek Copan Mayan Archaeological Experience Cerro Negro Volcano Boarding Isletas Day Trip Monteverde Canopy Zip-line Manuel Antonio National Park Day Trip San Jose Bites & Sights Experience Homestay, lake tour Homestay experience Maya communities lake tour (Boat trip around Lake Atitlan, Visit to indigenous communities San Pedro La Laguna, Santiago Atitlan and San Antonio Palopo) Ometepe Hiking Experience with professional guide
Mexico City to Oaxaca Oaxaca to Puerto Escondido Puerto Escondido to Pochutla (Mazunte) Pochutla (Mazunte) to San Cristobal de las Casas San Cristobal de las Casas to Palenque Palenque to Merida Cancun to Playa del Carmen Playa del Carmen to Tulum Tulum to Bacalar Bacalar to Chetumal Chetumal to Caye Caulker via San Pedro Caye Caulker to Belize City Belize City to San Ignacio San Ignacio to Flores Flores to Rio Dulce Rio Dulce to Lanquin Lanquin to Panajachel Panajachel to Antigua Antigua to Copan Copan to El Tunco El Tunco to Leon Leon to Granada Granada to San Jorge San Jorge to San Juan del Sur San Juan del Sur to Monteverde Monteverde to Manuel Antonio Manuel Antonio to San Jose
Food and drinks Tips for guides Tips Personal Expenses Meals Photos of the session English-speaking guide Other meals/drinks Travel insurance Meal in the Mayan community Optional Buffet Lunch ($120 pesos) Extra fees Accommodation pick-up and drop-off Other meals & drinks Tips for guide Entrance Fee to Tikal Archaeological Site Lunch and drinks Lunch Flashlight Transportation ($3 USD) Bottled water Small gift for local family (Please see suggested gifts in the text below) English speaking guide Lunch on lake tour (Please bring 10 USD with you for lunch) Souvenirs (consider bringing extra cash if you wish to purchase souvenirs) Snacks & bottled water Optional hiking equipment rental Optional horseback ride Entrance fees Meals and drinks International and/or domestic flights Ferry tickets Other activities Meals not specified in the itinerary Personal expenses and gratuities Meals & Drinks Optional Photos available for Purchase after the tour Others meals and drinks Other meals and drinks
Flights are not included.
Other activities and services are not included.
Insurance is not included.
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Itinerary of your trip Mexico City To San Jose Travel Pass
- Day 1 Day 1: Mexico City, Mexico
Day 1: Mexico City, Mexico
Embark on a mystical journey to the "City of the Gods," Teotihuacan, before the tour groups from Mexico City arrive. Explore the impressive archaeological site in peace and tranquility as you visit its different structures, squares, and murals, surrounded by a magical and mystical atmosphere.Your experience is enhanced by a knowledgeable guide who shares stories, history, and updates on the latest discoveries at the site. Immerse yourself in the culture of ancient Mexico with a stop at a local Teotihuacan family's obsidian workshop, where you'll sample cactus-based liqueurs and traditional Mexican spirits like tequila, mezcal, and pulque.Cap off your day with a delightful lunch experience (not included), where you can savor a variety of traditional Mexican dishes and flavors.Transport: - Teotihuacan Early Morning Tour
- Day 2 Day 2: Oaxaca, Mexico
Day 2: Oaxaca, Mexico
Transport: - Bus from Mexico City to Oaxaca. 7 hour(s).
- Day 3 Day 3: Oaxaca, Mexico
Day 3: Oaxaca, Mexico
Join us on a tour of Hierve el Agua, a popular tourist destination in the Mexican state of Oaxaca known for its tall petrified waterfalls made of carbonated water and natural springs. During the tour, you'll have the chance to swim in the crystal-clear pools, take guided walks through the trails, and learn about the tradition of mezcal making while sampling different flavors. We'll also visit the Zapotec weavers town of Teotitlan del Valle, where skilled artisans use ancient techniques to create and paint stunning rugs inspired by famous artists. Hierve el Agua is located in the Sierra Madre mountain range and is about 50 kilometers from the city of Oaxaca.Transport: - Hike through Hierve el Agua
Tour leaving from Mexico City
Mexico’s capital is one of the most populated cities around the world with more than 20 million residents. This city is home to centuries of history and culture, precisely this place was in its origins Tenochtitlán, capital of the great Mexica Empire.
There will be challenging activities such as hiking, biking, canyoning and trekking, but you’re also going to have other means of transportation and relaxed moments to just chill.
This accommodation includes essential services like a hot shower, electricity, and a nice and comfy bed.
You’ll be accompanied by a small group of travelers just like you.
There are several physical activities that last from 2 to 6 hours in easy terrains, low altitude flats, or water experiences. Please ask if you’re not sure this applies to you.
Min: 10 / Max: 99
Suitable age range for the experience. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.
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