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Great Way To Know First-Hand About "Dia De Los Muertos"
, Nov 2019
This was a trip that we had no previous reference to so, with that said, we were not expecting much of it. However, it turned out to be a superb experience as the trip will take you completely out of Mexico City, into a much more traditional little village where the customs and traditions are very much alive as they were hundreds of year ago. The intensity with which people at San Andres Mixquic practice this holiday is amazing: the candelas (candle lights), the millions of flowers, the aroma of food, the spectacle of the procession and many more things really gave us a sense of how important this costume is down at the heart of the country. The tourist agency service and the little bus that picked us up was awesome, thank you very much!
First of all, the tour, when ı have bought it was to begin 08.30 in the morning but it was re scheduled to 17.30. It was not a good idea becaues we had a flight early in the morning and it took 3 and a half hour just to go to Mixquic. It was interesting and the guide was very nice and helpful but any way it was very tiredsome.
Nice tour guide but too crowded so didn't enjoy it
, Nov 2019
Three starts because I am torn. On one hand hector was very nice and when asked he explained things well. However I in general people need to stop hyping this particular tour because it's just too crowded and most of the time is spent going to and from the place and queuing up.