See the highlights of Puerto Vallarta on a full-day tour that explores downtown, Los Arcos, and Mismaloya Beach. With an expert guide to lead the way, you’ll stroll the Malecón, see gorgeous coastal scenery, and visit a tequila distillery for a tour and tasting. This Puerto Vallarta tour is a great choice for first-time visitors, and it includes pickup and drop-off at local hotels.
Visit the historic mining town of San Sebastian del Oeste on a full-day, small-group tour from Puerto Vallarta that explores local food, architecture, and culture. Taste tequila at a distillery and sample coffee in an organic coffee factory, stroll through the cobblestone streets of the center, then enjoy a traditional Mexican lunch at a local restaurant. This 6-hour tour includes pickup and drop-off at hotels in Puerto Vallarta, as well as a buffet lunch and guided walking tour, and it’s limited to 15 people for more personal service.
Hi! Welcome to the only professional tequila experience.My name is Giancarlo, and I've been studying the tequila process for the last five years and making tequila tours for more than four years. One day I quit my job at the lab to become a conscious tequila and mezcal blogger, and I founded The Agave Experience to promote the crafted drinks and food of my country to the world. My tour is unique:I'm not just a tour guide, I'm a BIOLOGIST who has been learning and experiencing the process for the last four years.I am currently studying to become a MAESTRO TEQUILERO at UAG.Due to my master's, I'm making a professional team with proper knowledge that will make an exceptional tour. 100% TrustPersonalized with a broad explanation of the process.We only work with the local and family business, small production, big passion. Vegetarians and Vegans welcome.If you are looking to have a real experience tequila tour and not a party one, this is for you.NO CROWDS, NO BUSES.ALL INCLUDED
Leave Puerto Vallarta behind to explore one of Mexico's last hidden vestiges: San Sebastián, tucked within the Sierra Madre. On this tour, take in scenes of daily rural life as you travel by comfortable vehicle into the mountains toward this colonial enclave. Meander among its whitewashed structures with your guide, see remnants of its mining past, and simple enjoy a town mostly untouched by tourism. Lunch is included.
Get acquainted with Puerto Vallarta's delicious food scene on this 3.5-hour food and eating walking tour. With an expert foodie leading the way, sample the diverse array of the city's edible delights, from tacos to sweets on this culinary adventure. Stop at 10 different spots to sample the food. And while going from place to place, see some of the highlights of the town and learn about the history of Puerto Vallarta. This small-group tour is limited to just 10 people, ensuring plenty of personalized attention. Suitable for all age groups and fitness levels.
*Private groups minimum 3 persons. Anyway we only do small groups: bookings from 1 or 2 persons will be set into a 4 persons group.- - -We are Carlos and Alejandro, brothers and copartners in this tourism project. Carlos is a Certified Guide by the Mexican Secretary of Tourism, an audio engineer and a gifted musician. Alejandro studied Anthropology in the National School of Anthropology and History, in Mexico City, and is about to complete a Master's program in Cultural Philosophy . We are passionate about Mexican history, art and culture. Therefore we like to share experiences related in the matter. In the last 10 years we have walked different cities around the globe, including rural and indigenous communities in México and Southamerica.
Bite into mouthwatering tacos and more on this street food tour of Puerto Vallarta. Learn how the locals eat while an expert foodie guide leads you on foot to family-owned eateries and taco stands. You’ll sample regional specialties including carnitas and fish tacos on this walking tour. Numbers are limited to ensure a small-group experience.
Discover the astounding architecture of Guadalajara and the provincial charm of Tlaquepaque on a sightseeing tour. Admire legendary landmarks and historical monuments in Guadalajara’s colonial downtown, marveling at the majesty of the cathedral and the theater. Embrace the vibrant atmosphere of the grand market before journeying to the quaint, cobbled streets of Tlaquepaque to explore bespoke boutiques bursting with artisan treasures.
In this journey at Mexico City you can visit the Square of the three cultures, the impressive archaeological zone of Teotihuacan, to admire the monumental Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, the temple of Quetzalpapalotl, the citadel and the avenue of the dead. We return to Mexico City to visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of America. A panoramic Tour of the Mexico city south, after visit Xochimilco, to ride an Aztec boat; and then to the colonial district of Coyoacan.Panoramic tour in Cuernavaca , the city of the eternal spring, from there we will continue to the Sierra Madre to visit one of its treasures: Taxco, known as the “World Silver Capital”, visit the famous Baroque parish church of Santa Prisca.Visit Santa María Tonanzintla. We will also visit the world´s largest pyramid at the archaeological zone of Cholula with its. Continue to Puebla we will also see its majestic Cathedral and the chapel of the Rosary.THE ITINERARY OF THE TOURS MAY VARY.
Tour the Tequila Valley and its craft distilleries in the company of an expert in agave distillates. Discover the true story behind Tequila while enjoying high-quality premium distillates. In this unique, educational and fun experience you will visit places that are managed 100% by local Mexican families who make their products with great passion and dedication. If you want to visit some of the large producers like Herradura, José Cuervo or Casa Sauza we can take you depending on the availability (entrance ticket not included). This experience is dedicated to anyone looking for something different, authentic, local and personalized. We adapt according to your time and interests.
Enjoy Vallarta at your own pace, discover the famous Malecon (boardwalk) with seaside artists, sculptures, cafes and restaurants, spend free time on town square, flea market, shopping malls and visit some of the best beaches in Vallarta, Hop On and Hop Off all day long, enjoying our designated route that covers everything that is the must see and do in Vallarta.We offer:One day tour option: your ticket will be available the day of purchase from 9:00am to 8:00pm.Two day tour option: your ticket will be available the day of purchase and the next day too from 9:00am to 8:00pm
There’s nothing quite like the Vallarta Botanical Garden, and the new Botanical Delights Tour and Culinary Adventure is the best way to enjoy the most from your experience there. A day of delights will provide memories for a lifetime.See and Experience:- Cultivated Gardens- Plant Conservatories- Hiking Trails- Forest Preserve- Award-winning Restaurant- Garden Gift Shop & Plant Nursery- Opportunities for additional activities such as swimming in a tropical river The Vallarta Botanical Garden is in a class of its own with awards and distinctions including:- USA TODAY's Reader's Choice #4 Botanical Garden in North America (2018)
Explore El Tuito, the colorful town just south of Puerto Vallarta, on a day trip. Meaning ‘small beautiful valley’ in the Nahuati pre-Hispanic language, El Tuito is just that. Discover the town’s highlights and history with a guide, visit the main square, a botanical garden, an artisan bakery, and sample tequila at the distillery. A Mexican lunch is included midway through the day.
Travel deep into Mexico’s wine-producing region of Querétaro for a tour of Cavas Freixenet, a winery famous for its sparkling wine. From the vineyards to bottling, learn about the wine-making process as you descend into underground cellars and taste some of the popular bubbly. Afterward, visit the colonial town of Tepozotlán and admire Baroque architecture, as well as religious art. This full-day winery tour from Mexico City includes round-trip hotel transport.
Discover Jalisco’s historic tequila culture on a full-day tour from Guadalajara to Tequila, an enchanting town filled with traditional haciendas. Learn how tequila goes from agave to bottle in a 150-year-old hacienda, sample a range of house-made tequilas, and see Tequila’s main landmarks, including the Jose Cuervo store. This full-day Tequila tour includes lunch—and more tequila—as well as round-trip transport from your Guadalajara hotel.
A route that will introduce us to 3 villages and their beaches. Guayabitos-San Pancho-SayulitaAt first,we will travel to the village of Guayabitos. We will make a stop to discover the different fruits that are harvested in the region. Arrived at Guayabitos, you will have a free time to enjoy the beach and / or explore its surroundings.Then we will continue our visit to the village of San Pancho. We will tell a little about the history of this coastal village and you will also have a free time to discover this beautiful place: small market, shops, beach, cafes ...Finally, we will drive to the village of Sayulita, famous for surfing.In Sayulita, you can eat at the place of your choice, walk in the colorful streets of the village or relax on the beach. Back to Puerto Vallarta, we will drop you off at your respective hotels.
Visit the town for which the famous alcohol is named and take in a mariachi performance on this full-day, guided tour with tastings and lunch included. Make your way to the botanical garden where you’ll plant one of tequila’s main ingredients: agave before touring a factory to see how it gets made. Enjoy a mariachi dance show while eating a Mexican lunch at Quinta Sauza and wander the town.
See the sights of Puerto Vallarta on a Segway. Take some time before the tour starts to get comfortable operating the vehicles, then set out along the Malecon. The seaside boardwalk has numerous pieces of public art, and tons of shops and places to eat. Take a pass by the church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and head up to Gringo Gulch to see the home Elizabeth Taylor once called home.
San Sebastian del Oeste is one of the most picturesque villages in our country. Its well preserved Colonial architecture, the layout of the original cobblestone streets and the old mining tradition, gave San Sebastian the special designation of " Pueblo M
Explore Puerto Vallarta’s top historic and cultural attractions in this guided sightseeing excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, learn about the city from a professional guide while visiting sites like the Malecón, the Municipal Palace, Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, the flea market, and a tequila factory. Capture memorable photos while heading south through Costa de Oro, Mirador de los Arcos, and other areas.
The walking tour in Guadalajara aims to make you'r experience the most likeable possible in your city, our job is to introduce you to the city with our history, traditions, and local folklore that you can only experience by walking. Our guides will always try the best to put a smile on your face and at the same time teach you about this wonderful city in Mexico! The best way to get to know the best of Guadalajara with a local and in a budget friendly way and focusing only on you!
Stray from the beaten path and visit one of Mexico’s most mysterious Mayan sites on a tour of the Guachimontones Pyramids from Guadalajara. Hailed as the most important pre-historic site of western Mexico, the UNESCO-listed site plays host to unique circular pyramids and the largest ball court in Mesoamerica. Delve into the site’s ancient history in a small-group limited to 10 and enjoy the convenience of hotel pickup and drop-off in Guadalajara.
Discover the architecture and the historical and cultural significance of Guadalajara on this guided half-day tour. Learn about the important Mexican muralists, including Jose Clemente Orozco and his work, and see examples of this artwork. Plus, visit historical sites like the Cabañas Orphanage, which features 57 of Orozco’s fresco murals, along with the Cathedral, the Degollado Theatre, and more.
Visit two historic cities on a full-day tour from Mexico City to Cuernavaca and Taxco, and spend the day exploring colonial architecture, walking cobblestone streets, and browsing the beautifully-worked silver of the ‘World Silver Capital.’ Your tour includes a buffet lunch and guided tours of each town, as well as pickup and drop-off at Mexico City hotels.