One day tours
With almost 2 000 kms of territory Mexico have it all, here you will see some of the most popular destinations in Mexico.
Acapulco is one of the few places in the world that have an average annual temperature of 33 ° C the maximum and 22 ° C the minimum, in addition its incomparable tourist attractions, such as the Quebrada, which is a rock formation of 35 meters height over the seashore, you can see the cliff divers’ performance, at night lighted with torches.
La Serpiente emplumada, Diego Rivera´s mural painting, is exhibited in La Casa de los Vientos.
You will remember the majestic sea in Barra Vieja.
In Coyuca Lagoon, observe the different orange and red tones colors at sunset.
In Pie de La Cuesta, the continuous rhythm of the sea will accompany you while walking.
A place that holds countless natural beauties, among forests, crags, caves, lakes, waterfalls and rivers, as well as the missions and traditions of the Raramuri culture. There is also an important character: CHEPE, the Chihuahua-Pacific train, is the only passenger train in Mexico. It crosses eighty-six tunnels and thirty-seven bridges over flowing rivers.
Campeche is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful capitals in the country. UNESCO named it as a model of a colonial baroque city planning, it was a walled city plagued by pirates in old times as a strategic port for trading between New Spain.
Cancun is located in Quintana Roo, where Mayan culture shines on every corner. Surrounded by the breathtaking Caribbean Sea, soft coral sands, and the striking shade of blue that emerges from its crystal-clear waters, a visit to Cancun will make you wonder whether you are in a dream or else.
The splendorous and mystical ruins will take you on an incredible journey back to the Mayan civilization. The archaeological zone of El Rey or El Templo del Alacrán (The temple of the scorpion) will amaze your eyes, and if you are into nature, you’ll love Xel-Ha, a natural aquarium that will make you feel as if you are waking in a dream.
Merida, also known as the “White City”, was founded on the abandoned Mayan metropolis of Ichkaansihó and is now the financial and cultural capital of the Yucatan Peninsula.
WALK THE PASEO MONTEJO
Walk along the traditional Paseo Montejo to admire the old houses of the Porfiriato accompanied by large trees which project their playful silhouettes on the wide paved sidewalks.
TASTE YUCATECAN FOOD
Get into the traditional streets and sip a Xtabentun, a drink made from the honey of bees fed with the xtabentun flower. According to the local legend, when you taste this liquor for the first time you will feel a dizziness, which is similar to an old love potion that has the same effect. Taste papadzules seasoned with pumpkin nuggets, turkey salbutes or a cochinita pibil with freshly prepared tortillas.
Mexico City is one of the most enjoyable destinations. Its historic center, better known as Zocalo, is declared World Heritage by UNESCO and is the heart of a living culture that exudes everything accumulated since the founding of Tenochtitlan. Visit its neighborhoods flooded with art nouveau and art deco, enjoy its cuisine and lose yourself in the streets of the city with the most museums in the world.
Oaxaca comprises a world of languages and groups native from the region, together with the gastronomic, orographic and maritime exuberance, it ends up being imperative to visit it over and over.
Rich in history and culture, Oaxaca is a fascinating destination where ancient civilizations, colonial architecture and alive traditions confluence. The culture and warmth of its people are the main reasons for traveling and getting wrapped by the Oaxacan universe.
Palenque is a journey into the history and mysticism of the Mayan Culture where the majesty of its ceremonial centers still echoes from the past. The ancient city of Palenque, which the Mayan built as the village that serves as a starting point to explore the natural wonders, is in the North of Chiapas.
San Cristóbal de las Casas emerges from the valley surrounded by mountains inhabited by the Tzoltzil and the Tzatzal people. Today, it forms a mosaic of local cultures and people from all over the world who have chosen the city as their home.
The main square is the heart of the city, which is a meeting place filled with residents passing by or relaxing on one of the many wrought iron benches. Visit City Hall and the sun-colored Cathedral.