Descubra as ruínas arqueológicas de Xihuacan, um centro cerimonial recentemente escavado, nesta excursão de 4 horas de Ixtapa ou Zihuatanejo. Visite os principais marcos da região e o museu no local e aprenda sobre o centro cerimonial construído com tijolos e argila de modelagem durante a era pré-colombiana. Depois, faça um ótimo almoço no campo, no autêntico restaurante de comida mexicana da comunidade rural de San Jeronimito, onde você desfrutará de um delicioso almoço. Este passeio em grupo pequeno, limitado a 14 pessoas, inclui transporte de hotel em van de luxo.
Guia informativo, amigável e profissional
Liderado por um guia local
Recolha e entrega grátis do hotel incluída
Excursão matinal de 4 horas de Xihuacan a partir de Ixtapa ou Zihuatanejo
Visite as ruínas de um antigo centro cerimonial
Veja suas principais atrações, incluindo uma quadra de bolas, pirâmide e Edificio B
Visite o Xihuacan Site Museum e contemple os artefatos pré-colombianos desta zona arqueológica
Desfrute de um almoço satisfatório por uma bela lagoa
Transporte do hotel de ida e volta incluído
O que inclui
Motorista / guia
Recepção e desembarque no hotel
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O que esperar
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A tarifa para crianças aplica-se apenas quando partilha com 2 adultos pagantes
É necessário um mínimo de 2 adultos por reserva
As crianças devem estar acompanhadas por um adulto
Não recomendado para crianças com 6 anos ou menos
Sem acessibilidade para cadeirantes
Acessível para carrinhos de bebê
Aceita animais de serviço
Perto de transporte público
Bebês devem permanecer no colo
Cadeiras para bebê disponíveis
A maioria dos viajantes está apta a participar
Esta excursão/atividade terá até 14 viajantes
Política de cancelamento
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Avaliações dos viajantes da Viator.
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Shannon_C, nov. de 2022
Carlos was amazing and offered so much knowledge. It was personable and he answered all our questions. Definitely recommend!
Learned so much about the native culture.
Ronald_C, nov. de 2022
Pablo, our guide, was fun, knowledgeable and a very good driver. His grasp of the ancient culture was amazing. You could tell he enjoyed sharing it with us.
Archeological History Protected For Future Generations
Camille_R, out. de 2022
Our tour guide, Pablo (sp?) was one of the best Viator guides we have used while in Zihuatanejo. His description of the archeological site we visited was fantastic and he answered all our questions in very clear and understandable English. He scheduled a very special stop to have a local resident display his archeological finds over many years living in the area. We also were given a demonstration on how to make tobacco cigars in the village nearby the archeological site. Our lunch that was furnished was very tasty. We suggest that future Viator customers going to the archeological site ask for Pablo (sp?) to be your guide. Chris and Camille
History + Countryside + Fun Day
Liesl_S, out. de 2022
We loved spending the day out of the City learning about the history of the area. We visited the Museo Xihuacan and the Archaeological sites with our tour guide Pablo. Our tour included a visit to a local artisans home, which was really fun. Pablo was engaging and knowledgeable, truly a great guide. Highly recommend this tour and tour company!
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A must see if you’re in...
Vivian_S, out. de 2022
A must see if you’re in the area! Our guide was very knowledgeable and went above and beyond. The site itself was amazing to see due to how relatively new the excavation was.
Christian_R, jun. de 2022
Great and interesting site, tour guide was very helpful and explained everything with great detail. Highly recommend.
diana_t, mai. de 2022
Loved the tour of this unique piece of ancient Mexican history. Our guide was the best! Frank is passionate about history, (so am I), and he is eager to share his knowledge with others.
New insights into the history of Guerrero
Eric_F, fev. de 2022
Pablo was an excellent tour guide. His historical knowledge made the archaeological tour come to life!
Pablo was respectful and humorous, also.
Enjoyable and informative
summer_in_february, mar. de 2019
Our guide was very knowledgeable in the history of Mexico and in particular this area. We were transported on a air conditioned mini bus, which makes for a smaller amount of people on the tour and not crowded. The reason for my 3 star rating is that it was to include bottled water and non was provided. Also the description of the tour indicates twice that we would be relaxing and having lunch at a lagoon. Although we did stop for a delicious lunch, it was a very nice restaurant located on the side of the highway. The food and service were both very good. This is a good tour if you are interested in the archeological history of Mexico.
EdV837, ago. de 2018
Francisco was wonderful and so full of knowledge, I really enjoyed my trip with him! My husband could not make it and Fransicoreally helped me enjoy my trip alone
The tour was excellent. Our guide...
Donald E, abr. de 2018
The tour was excellent. Our guide, Paco, was engaging and informative, explaining the site and the cultures involved in it's creation. Our trip to the beach side restaurant was delightful. I'd recommend this to anyone with an interest in the archaeology of Mexico.
Luis is the greatest guide! He...
Keith B, jan. de 2018
Luis is the greatest guide! He treats you like family and is so knowledgeable about the area and its history. This tour will get you off off the resort and in to the countryside. You'll be emersed in the culture, have a great lunch and make a friend while you do it. Thanks Luis!
Our tour guide, Francisco, made this...
Chillp, ago. de 2017
Our tour guide, Francisco, made this trip perfect. This religious center is the only known pyramid made of adobe. We toured the museum it is supported by donations to run and expand work in the area, along with the restored ceremony game arena, and the uncovered portion of the pyramid. The museum was small but fantastic with amazing unearthed complete stone pieces central to the religious center, along with complete artifacts of art, ceremonies, jewelry, and even a full burial chamber discovered at the site. Our guide had extensive knowledge about the history and discovered culture of the center, and shared unique details of the excavation from the archaeologist and anthropologist team. The lunch at the lagoon afterward was relaxing and delicious. Francisco had so much knowledge about history and pride in his community, he was a true delight to talk to and learn from. The other private drivers/guides we saw did not have much familiarity or permissions for some of the archeological areas. If you are interested in an educational and fun trip that teaches you about the cultures and history of Mexico, this is a 6 star experience.
The ruins are amazing overall. I...
Mike D, abr. de 2017
The ruins are amazing overall. I really enjoy seeing the different ways that the civilizations endured. The museum was good. The actual sites were even better. These do not compare at all to the ones in Cancun. But, it was a different civilization with different needs. There was plenty to learn on the trip. I believe I would have rated this much higher with a different guide. In the museum, everything is in Spanish, so I needed to rely on my translator I know. I am in a foreign land with a different language. Our guide seemed to pass over quite a few of the exhibits. I started to listen to the group that was going before us and was getting way more out of it. That guide was so more in depth and detailed. I think I could have learned so much more. The lunch we went to was very good. The garlic shrimp is to die for. Overall fun day. With a more detailed guide, would have given more stars.
Luis was our guide and was born and...
Susan W, mar. de 2017
Luis was our guide and was born and raised in Zihuateneo. After picking us up at our hotel in his air-conditioned van, he took us through Zihuateneo with a running commentary about our surrounds, price of gasoline, politics and all with a lively sense of humor. He speaks and understands English very well. The narrative continued as we drove through the countryside to the archaeology museum, where we learned what the sites we were about to visit once looked like and learned about their ceremonies, sacrifices and viewed artifacts found during excavation. We viewed the facinating reconstructed Pyramid and gaming stadium and journeyed on to an authentic Mexican village built on the remains of the Xihuacan village. We were given our choice of water or beer and were allowed inside two of the dwellings to view how present day villagers lived. People were still riding horses and donkeys to get around the narrow streets. Local transportation was a pick up with benches along the sides of the bed. To close, we went to a beach where we had a wonderful lunch of large garlic shrimp or chicken in an open air eating area. I think I learned more about the area than I have in the last 10 years I've been coming to Zihuateneo. We were like family by the time he dropped us back at our hotel. Ask for Luis!!!
The tour was very informative...
Analie S, mar. de 2017
The tour was very informative better
The tour was very informative. Enjoyable and the tour guide was very passionate. Loved it and would highly recommend it to anyone's.
Carlos was an excellent guide...
Michele L, fev. de 2017
Carlos was an excellent guide, sharing in both English and French on a small tour to Xihaucan. He took the time to point out interesting sights as we traveled. He had an in depth knowledge of the museum and archeological site and was able to communicate sophisticated information in an understandable and enjoyable way. This was an outstanding tour.
Great trip our guide Francisco even...
Linda_E, fev. de 2017
Great trip our guide Francisco even gave us a side tour to a farm which was great. The dig itself is amazing but was charge to go to museum which we thought was included in our trip also did not get to visit the rural community name Soledad de Macie. But the tour we did get was great even if it was not what was expected
Having read some of the reviews of...
Thomas H, jan. de 2017
Having read some of the reviews of this trip I was prepared to be disappointed at the size of the pyramid, but that was not the case. The pyramid is very impressive in how wide and long it is and it is about three stories tall which affords a great view of the surrounding area. The top is flat with some more excavations going on. There is an interesting beginning of a water system that is only now being excavated. The ball court was complete and the little museum was just the right size. The trip included a visit to a little town called Maciel de Soledad which featured a small church with a stele stone in the front. The van was super comfortable and our guide was friendly and willing to answer any questions we had. Since we had been wondering if we could eat the cocoanuts washing ashore we asked him about cocoanuts. In reply he stopped the van in front of a field of cocoanuts being processed and told us about the three stages of growth and all that. My minor disappointment was that I came away from the trip without a clear timeline of events, such as placing the building of the pyramid in the context of the times and dates. The trip ended with lunch at Barra de Potosi, a small beach town. We were treated to lunch at Vuelven las Gaviotas where we had the best shrimp and garlic during our entire trip. If you haven't eaten at one of these palapa restaurants this is a good introduction.
This was an excellent tour that...
Robert C, mar. de 2016
This was an excellent tour that turned out to be far more than my wife and I expected. The guide was extremely knowledgeable about not only the culture and archaeology of the area, but discussed many other aspects of Mexican culture including the flora and fauna. An added surprise was the boat ride in the lagoon with the feeding of the pelicans and the many other birds of the area. The total time was closer to 6 hours than the 3 we had been told. Not once did we get bored and the variety offered during the day was about as good as it gets. Well worth the money!