This Iztaccihuatl Volcano hike is a must-do for outdoor enthusiasts visiting Mexico City. An experienced guide gets you ready from start to finish on this adventure-filled day. Trek for 3 hours on an intermediate trail that ends a few thousand feet below the snowcapped summit 17,000 feet high. The air may be thin up there, but the views are not — soak up stunning views of Popocatepetl and the Valley of Mexico before descending the dormant volcano and fueling up with lunch (own expense).
Visit Lake Chapala for gorgeous landscapes, food, and sights on a full-day tour from Guadalajara. See the ranch home of popular Mexican singer Vicente Fernandez, stroll on the shore of Lake Chapala—the largest lake in Mexico, then visit the picturesque town of Ajijic before stopping to purchase lunch at a typical restaurant on the lake. Includes guide, transportation by air-conditioned minivan, and pickup and drop-off at select hotels.
The island of the dolls is an emblematic place that is located in the ecological zone of the canals of Xochimilco, Cultural Heritage of Humanity.Together we will tour the tourist channels, we will pass by where there is live music, we will go down to the “floating gardens” (chinampas), we will see the Caltongo Lagoon. Then we will enter the ecological zone until we reach the Museo del Ajolote where you can touch animals from the lake area such as AJOLOTE, endemic species of the area, tarantulas, snakes ... Finally we will arrive at the Island of the dolls where they will tell you the terrifying story of This mythical and emblematic place in the area.During the tour you can enjoy our delicious quesadillas (unlimited) and a drink.Itinerary8:45 am Approach to the trajinera. We will travel through the tourist channels.10:30 am Food and drink11:00 am Ajolote Museum12:00 pm Dolls Island1:45 pm Return to the Las Flores Nativitas pier. End of tour
For a short time Mexico receives the visit of millions of monarch butterflies, on this private tour, we will visit the sanctuary closest to Mexico City where we can be surrounded by thousands of butterflies flying over us.With a private guide, horseback riding on the top of a hill, food in the village and a luxury door-to-door service without interruptions, we make your round trip very pleasant
Uncover the treasures of the Los Tuxtlas region on this guided day trip from Veracruz. See giant Olmec heads in the town of Santiago Tuxtla and learn about one of Mexico’s most ancient civilizations. In Catemaco, admire the beauty of Catemaco Lake before strolling through a nature park in Los Tuxtlas Biosphere Reserve. Stop in San Andrés Tuxtla to visit a cigar factory, and see Salto de Eyipantla waterfall, a thundering cascade featured in many films.
Venture deep into the great outdoors during this action-packed day trip, which makes it easy to escape the city. You’ll have personalized attention from a private guide as you cover four different stops, from the largest head of the Olmec civilization to a secluded island inhabited by a lively monkey population. You’ll also climb to the top of a stunning waterfall and learn about Mexican biodiversity in an ecological park.
The monarch butterfly tour will show you one of the most beautiful natural phenomenoms in the world. Our tour guides are certified and specialized in ecotourism and environmental interpretation, guaranteeing a high level of knowledge of the monarch butterfly migration.
Explore the historic coastal city of Veracruz on an affordable, half-day tour. Visit the oldest army base in Latin America, the 500-year-old San Juan de Ulua fort, and hear its legends from an informative guide. Experience the city’s rich culinary culture and musical traditions in the community of Mandinga. Then, cap off your introduction to Veracruz with a boat ride along its mangrove forested coastline.
Experience Mexico’s coffee tradition and impressive pueblos magicos on this full-day guided tour. Save time with convenient hotel pickup and drop off and travel in a comfortable, climate-controlled minivan. See the hacienda that once belonged to Antonio López de Santa Anna, the notorious former military leader and president, cruise through coffee farms and visit the picturesque colonial towns of Xico and Coatepec, one of the region’s most important coffee producers.
Xochimilco is considered Cultural Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO since 1987. On this tour you can enjoy its colors, its cuisine and its nature.Together we will tour the tourist canals of Xochimilco. We will pass where there is live music, we will go down to the "floating gardens", we will continue through the Caltongo Lagoon.During the tour you can enjoy our delicious quesadillas (unlimited) and a drink.Itinerary9:00 am - Trajinera approach. We will travel through the tourist channels. Food and drink during the tour.9:45 am - Down to the "floating gardens" chinampas to see typical plants of the region.11:00 am - Return to the Las Flores Nativitas jetty. Walk of 30 minutes in the markets of handicrafts and typical clothes.11:30 am - End of the tour
The snowy park of Toluca is composed of 2 large volcanic structures, the Xinantécatl (Snowy of Toluca) and the San Antonio, the name of the volcano is of Nahuatl origin and means naked man, it is the main element in the sacred landscape for the Matlanzincas peoples and Nahuas.The Xinatecatl has the highest peak that is 4960 meters above sea level, is part of the Mexican Volcanic system and the Pacific Ring of Fire, and in the winter season it has snowfall.The volcano is a destination for travelers who love natural landscapes, culture and, above all, to find oneself, since the mountain puts us challenges to reach its peak, challenges for life.
The annual Monarch butterfly migration is one of nature’s great spectacles and a top attraction for visitors to Mexico’s central highlands. Monarch butterflies goes from eastern Canada to central Mexico for more than 2,500 miles. You will be picked up from your hotel in Mexico City in the morning and go to the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve. On this period, when we have these amazing guests, forests turn into orange color. Butterflies arrival occurs most of the times at the beginning of November when in Mexico celebrates the Day of the Dead and mexicans believe that these butterflies are the souls of the dead.Also during the tour, you will have a spectacular walk or if you prefer you can pay to take a horse ride along the coniferous forest to the top of the hill, where the Butterfly Valley lies. Become a witness of this amazing natural phenomenon only from November to the end of February. Do not miss the opportunity to join us in this amazing journey.
A magical natural phenomenon occurs within the months of June and July, thousands of fireflies turn the darkness of the night into a light show that looks like a fairy tale. With us you can make sighting and not only that, you will know everything about these brilliant beings.These beetles live all year within Totláli, however, only on these dates can they be seen as it is their mating season, whose courtship dance illuminates the nights of our jungle.
We provide a cultural exchange. You'll spend the first couple nights with a host family and share meals and experiences with them. We visit 3 Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserves which protect the habitat as well as provide opportunities for local communities. Our local guides are from the area and have been doing these tours for 15 years.
Su verdadero nombre es Pelícano Blanco Americano, es una de las aves más grandes de Norteamérica, con una extensión de las alas de 3 metros de punta a punta y un peso de 7.75 kilogramos en promedio.Cada año, de los meses de noviembre a marzo, el lago de Chapala recibe en sus aguas a miles de pelícanos de pico amarillo, conocidos como los pelícanos borregones, un ave muy social, que tiene una vida de grupo ejemplar y en perfecta armonía con el medio ambiente.A pesar de su peso y tamaño, tiene un vuelo gracioso y armónico, además, crean figuras en el cielo como si estuvieran dando un espectáculo de ballet.Llegan a finales de octubre y regresan al sur de Canadá y norte de Estados Unidos a principios de mayo.En Michoacán, se acercan a la isla de Petatán, en el municipio de Cojumatlán, en donde se les dan los restos de fileteado de mojarras y carpas
Meet the only outdoor butterfly garden in the southern part of the State of Mexico where you will observe more than 60 species of native butterflies in free flight, inside a butterfly garden surrounded by an impressive landscape.Walk through a garden that preserves wild flowers with an enviable climate; a real refuge for hummingbirds, dragonflies, armadillos and more!Here you will meet from caterpillars of multiple shapes and vibrant colors to beautiful buds hanging from the plants.
Our tour goes to 3 of the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserves in Central Mexico. Between the days at the reserves we explore unique cultures and communities in the surrounding areas. Our local guides know the area well.
The axolotls are a unique, amazing and mystical species. During the tour you can meet them, touch them and feed them.You will know each one of the stages of development of this fantastic species and you will be guided by a biologist specialized in axolotls.You will be amazed by his incredible capacity for regeneration, his life so contradictory and beauty that it has been the inspiration of many writers and artists.In the afternoon you will enjoy a walk through the center of Tepotzotlán, a beautiful magical town where you can visit the National Museum of the Viceroyalty and the temple of San Francisco Javier, one of the most representative works of the baroque style of Churrigueresque and Cultural Heritage of Humanity for the UNESCO.You will also taste some Mexican snacks and sweets.
Our obsidian and silver mountains have attracted visitors and entrepreneurs all through our history.Visit the origins of Pachuca's wealth between small towns and wonderful Haciendas, while also having a taste of the culinary heritage!
- Cortijo Galicia: Traditional Mexican ranch with an amazing view to the "Eagle's Peak" mountain. - Ajusco's Labyrinth: A stunning house with a beautiful attic and a replica of the yew maze of the Hever Castle, in England.- Ajusco National Park: The Ajusco is known for its high elevations reaching 3,900 meters (12,795 ft) above sea level and is visible from any part of the city. The park is characterized by pine-oak forests and high mountain.
Experience Tepozotlán’s amazing fireflies on this guided adventure. After a convenient hotel pickup from select Mexico City neighborhoods, travel by private vehicle to the “magical town” of Tepozotlán and explore its gorgeous zocalo and the renowned National Museum of Virreinato. Enjoy a hike into the mountains and marvel at the glittery bio-luminescence of lightning bugs. Then, finish the night with a delicious complimentary dinner.