- Day tequila tour by rail from Guadalajara
- Ride a traditional train to Jalisco, a region where tequila was born
- Visit a world-famous dstillery with a knowledgeable guide
- Enjoy a tequila tasting and a regional buffet lunch or dinner
- Watch a typical Mexican folkloric show, including a Mariachi band
- Small-group tour limited to 13 ensures a more personalized experience
What You Can Expect
Catch a rare glimpse of bounteous blue agave fields before arriving into the station. Transfer by comfortable coach to Casa Herradura, Casa Jose Cuervo or Casa Cofradia (depending on the day).
Enjoy an intimate and intriguing tour through the distillery and its magnificent museum, gaining insight into production processes and the cultural significance of tequila. Hear tales of how the delicious drink was invented, and how Spanish conquerors distilled succulent blue agave bulbs to create tequila.
Next, feast upon an authentic Mexican lunch of sublime local specialities; taste tequila then complete your cultural experience with a fabulous folkloric show. Listen to energizing Mexican mariachi music and watch locals dance in traditional costumes. Relax during the journey back to Guadalajara, sinking into the comfortable seat of the train and minivan.
What a blast! Any visit to Guadalajara must include a trip on the Tequila Express. Hop on board!
WONDERFUL! Be prepared to party especially if you are young.
I am too old to keep up with the young ones but my wife and I enjoyed watching everyone else.
All the employees for the train conductor to the bus boys cleaning your table after the buffet lunch were a great bunch and very respectful.
Great day. Hacienda tour in English but otherwise very little English speaking.
The variety of tequilas offered for tasting was small during the train ride and the Hacienda. The food buffet at the Hacienda was delicious. The mariachis and folkloric dance were fantastic but the music was a bit too loud.
Train was not what was in the photos. I have sent my review already. I think you don't like what I had to say.
This tour was not good! We went on in a little bus instead of the train so we didn't had free tequila except at the factories and don't get to see mariachi! It is way to expensive for what we got! Yes it was nice to visit the factories but except that, we were really not happy of this trip.