The beaches of Acapulco are prime sea turtle-nesting territory. On this tour, you’ll help release baby turtles safely into the ocean, while learning about egg incubation, birth, and release. The tour also includes stops at the Chapel of Peace, the highest point above the bay, a visit to the renowned Princess Hotel, and a lagoon where the Tarzan movies were filmed. There’s also free time allowed for lunch and beach exploration.
Trade the non-stop traffic and noise of Mexico City for a day of caves and cultures on a private 12-hour tour. After direct transfer from your hotel, explore the mysterious tunnels and grottos of Cacahuamilpa. Later, stroll through the cobbled streets and enjoy the Baroque architecture of Taxco. Take a cable car ride to the top of the city and conclude your adventure with an unbeatable panoramic view of the city.
Dive into Acapulco's history and heritage with a local guide who shares the highlights of the city. See the Fort of San Diego, The Cathedral, Diego Rivera's mosaic mural, and check out the shopping options at the municipal market (Mercado Municipal). You'll also watch the cliff divers jump from dizzying heights at La Quebrada, stop at the Flamingo Hotel—historically popular with Hollywood stars, and have time to purchase lunch at a charming restaurant on the beach. Includes guide, entrance fees, and hotel or port pickup and drop-off.
This Acapulco tour is the easiest way to visit the Tehuacalco archaeological site in just a few hours, without having to plan transport. Hidden in the Sierra Madre Mountains of southern Mexico, Tehuacalco served as the ceremonial center of the Yope civilization. Your half-day excursion includes a guided tour of the archaeological site, a typical Mexican lunch, and hotel or port pickup and drop-off.
Discover the archaeological ruins of Xihuacan, a recently excavated ceremonial center, on this 4-hour tour from Ixtapa or Zihuatanejo. Visit the zone’s major landmarks and the on-site museum, and learn about the ceremonial center constructed out of bricks and modeling clay during the pre-Columbian era. Then have a great lunch on the country side at authentic Mexican food restaurant in the rural community of San Jeronimito, where you’ll enjoy a delicious lunch. This small-group tour limited to 14 people includes hotel transport by luxury van.
Enjoy a trip throughout the mountains of Guerrero State, Continue your journey towards Taxco, the well known Silver City, located on the upper mountains and surrounded by silver mines. One day at Taxco requires much energy with that many things to do and visit; the market, The Cathedral of Santa Prisca, the Silver Stores and a chat with friends and family at the cafe in the main plaza.
If you’re visiting Taxco for the first time, orient yourself among the city’s famous landmarks with ease during a day trip from Acapulco, the ideal choice for history buffs. Exploring by bus gives you the best views of the architecture and alleys of the colonial city, while the insider knowledge of a guide ensures that you discover information that you’re unlikely to find in the guidebooks.
Combine visits to the Municipal Market (Mercado Municipal) of Acapulco and the Palma Sola archaeological site on this half-day tour. Dive deep into Mexican culture, both past and present, through these two visits representing different time periods, accompanied by insightful guided commentary. Palma Sola features petroglyphs from ancient times, and the market is a bazaar selling any item you could ever want to buy. Entrance fees and round-trip hotel transportation provided.
This tour is for those travelers that want to maximize the benefit of doing a tour, several places to visit, the chapel of peace, the tourist and traditional areas, release a baby turtle and live that great experience, visit the famous mural of Diego Rivera, watch the Divers show at La Quebrada and end your journey at La Cabaña restaurant at Caleta beach. do this tour without the rush of big groups.
Delight in the geographical splendor of Taxco on a full-day trip to the picturesque mountain town from Acapulco. Travel through mountainous scenery to Taxco de Alarcón and admire panoramic views from the town’s 5,000-foot (1,515-meter) elevation. Learn about the region’s industrial heritage during a stop at a silver store and then embark on a walking tour of the city with your expert guide. Behold the magnificent Temple of Santa Prisca, recently declared a National Historical Monument, and spend some relaxed free time exploring Taxco de Alarcón independently before returning to Acapulco by comfortable coach.
Explore Acapulco with a guide on a full-day tour that includes a diving show. Ride in an air-conditioned van to landmarks including the Fort of San Diego, the Exekatlikalli House (House of Winds), the historic Los Flamingos hotel, and Our Lady of the Solitude Cathedral in the Zocalo (main square). You'll also watch the cliff divers splashing into the ocean and have time for souvenir shopping before returning to your hotel. Includes entrance fees, transportation, guide, drinks, and hotel pick-up and drop-off.
Learn to prepare authentic Mexican dishes during a half-day cooking class in Acapulco. You'll also visit the Mercado Central and a tortilla factory to learn more about the key ingredients found in Mexico's cuisine. Your hands-on cooking class takes place at a restaurant where the chefs show you how to make classics such as beef fajitas, tacos, enchiladas, and guacamole, following family recipes that have passed down for years. To top off your tour, enjoy a meal of the dishes that you helped to prepare.
Take a break from the beach on a 5-hour tour to Acapulco City. After a spin around one of the city’s many mercados, your guide navigates to Palma Sola, an ancient archaeological site known for its caves, thousands-year-old rock engravings, and panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. In addition to round-trip transport from your Acapulco hotel, this tour includes all admission tickets.
Learn all about mezcal on a full-day tour of the countryside outside of Acapulco. Drive through a scenic landscape and historic towns to Chilpancingo, the capital of Guerrero. Then visit a mezcal factory with your guide, and see how mezcal goes from the agave fields, to the distillation and fermentation process, and finally becomes a fine drink. You'll sample several varieties of mezcal and mezcal cream, then have a traditional lunch and classic cocktail before returning to Acapulco. Includes mezcal tasting, lunch, and hotel or port pickup and drop-off.
Learn the secrets of Acapulco on a small-group tour with convenient round-trip transport from the doorstep of your hotel. In addition to navigating for you, your guide offers little-known stories about the city’s history, from the chambers of the San Diego Fortress to the death-defying cliff divers of La Quebrada. Light refreshments and admission tickets are included for your convenience.
Visit the San Diego fort, home of the History Museum of Acapulco. You will have time to stroll in the grounds and enjoy a refreshment. Then it’s on to Las Brisas overlooking Acapulco Bay for a visit to the Chapel of Peace. Here you’ll have time to watch the artisans at work and browse for souvenirs before returning to your hotel or ship.
Inclusions: Entrance to Museum, soft drink in Flamingos Hotel and English speaking
Departure from Acapulco to Taxco, a small colonial city located in the mountains of the North Sierra, with a unique architectural style which is highlighted by its cobblestone streets and white stucco houses topped with red tiled roofs. Wrought iron balconies, a common adornment, are usually spilling over with beautiful flowers. Taxco is a world known tourist destination and the friendly and hospitable character of its people has no changed. Taxco has been declared a national monument to be conserved as it looked in the XVIII century.
The tour includes a visit to the barroque Santa Prisca Cathedral, and a delicious lunch in a nearby restaurant (drinks not included) professional English speaking guide in an air conditioned vehicle.
We recommend you to wear a comfortable chouses.
Explore the natural landscape of Acapulco without the hassle of planning on a half-day tour with round-trip hotel transport. After a visit to a traditional temazcal sweat lodge and boat ride on Coyuca Lagoon, cap off the morning with lunch, drinks, and a baby turtle conservation demonstration on the beach.
Swap the coast of Acapulco for ancient culture on a 2-day trip that reveals the best of Mexico City and Puebla while saving your hours of advance planning. Rather than taking public transport, you’ll travel to the former core of the Aztec empire in air-conditioned comfort and get the inside scoop on local culture and history from a guide.
THE HISTORY OF ACAPULCO WILL TAKE YOU BACK IN TIME, THE FORT HAS SO MANY THINGS TO SAY.
EACH OF THE MUSEUMS IS A JEWRLY OF HISTORY.
THE MASKS TELL YOU THE CULTURE AND TRADITIONS OF OUR NATIVES
OF COURSE, YOU WILL END THIS ADVENTURE WATCHING THE DIVERS SHOW AT LA QUEBRADA