Once you arrive to the Mexico City International Airport you will be transferred to the hotel located at downtown near to the Zocalo Square. By the afternoon since there aren’t any activities scheduled you can enjoy of a walk in the area.
Day 2 – Mexico City - Teotihuacan - Guadalupe Shrine - City tour
On the second day we will depart to the archeological site of Teotihuacan where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the area from the top of the pyramids. Later discover the world famous Guadalupe Shrine. Its complete name is Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and is a Roman Catholic church,located in the north of Mexico City. The shrine was built near the hill of Tepeyac where Our Lady of Guadalupe is believed to have appeared to Saint Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin. This site is the most visited Catholic religious site on Earth, after Vaticano. In the afternoon, you will enjoy a City Tour visiting
National Palace, “Plaza de la Constitución (also known as Zocalo), and the Metropolitan Cathedral, the largest Cathedral of the Americas.
Day 3 – Mexico City – Taxco - Puebla
After having breakfast at the hotel you will depart to Taxco, Guerrero; : known as the Silver City, Taxco became one of the most important mining areas in the empire of New Spain. Today, in almost every corner of the town, you can find stores where locally-produced silver jewelry is sold: known as the Silver City, Taxco became one of the most important mining areas in the empire of New Spain. Today, in almost every corner of the town, you can find stores where locally-produced silver jewelry is sold. Later we will continue our way to Puebla for accommodations at the hotel.
Day 4 – Puebla - Cholula - Oaxaca
After breakfast, you’ll spend the entire morning visiting the most important places of Puebla and Cholula, a little Mexican traditional district, located in the metropolitan areas. Among them there is the baroque Cathedral, the main square, the church of Santo Domingo and the Great Pyramid, which look like a natural hill, surmounted by the church of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios. The colonial architecture of Puebla is defined by its heavy use of ornamental tiles called Talavera. That makes its buildings more colorful than most of their contemporaries in other parts of Mexico. Continue on to the city of Oaxaca, where accommodation will be in a downtown hotel.
Day 5 – Monte Alban – Mitla – City Tour Oaxaca
On this day, prepare yourself to enjoy a guided tour of Monte Alban archaeological site, the most majestic of Oaxaca’s ancient ruins. Its name means “White Mountain,”and is an ancient Zapotec capital and archaeological site, having a spectacular mountain top location overlooking the valleys of Oaxaca. It is one of the culturally and historically significant places to visit in Mexico and received the UNESCO World Heritage Site designation in 1987. After that, we will be visiting Mitla, an archaeological site located just a few miles southeast of Oaxaca city, considered one of the most important places to visit the área. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010, Mitla was once an important Zapotec religious and ceremonial center. Here you’ll find a series of structures and patios adorned in stonework mosaics. These ancient cut-stone mosaics, created by fitting together thousands of polished cut stones, are believed to date back to the last two or three centuries before the arrival of the Spanish. Once back to Oaxaca, you’ll be visiting the historic center, with his Cathedral, the fountain of the Seven Regions, Santo Domingo Church and the “Gold’s Museum“.
Day 6 – Oaxaca – Tuxla - Sumidero Canyon - San Cristobal de las Casas
Transfer to the airport of Oaxaca and departure with domestic flight to Tuxla Gutierrez. Arriving you’ll enjoy of a guided tour visiting the Sumidero Canyon and a small village in Chapa de Corzo where you will learn more about the Mayan culture. By the afternoon we will continue our road to San Cristobal de las Casas to check-in in a hotel located at the downtown of the city.
Day 7 – San Cristobal - Zinacatan and Chamula - San Cristobal
After the breakfast at the hotel, you will enjoy of a City Tour in San Cristobal de las Casas, visiting the Santo Domingo church and a typical local market. Later discover the Native Community of Zinacatan and San Juan Chamula.
Day 8 – San Cristobal - Agua Azul Falls - Palenque
Early morning you will depart to the spectacular Agua Azul falls, the most fascinating area in the mountains located between Palenque and Ocosingo. It consists of many cataracts following one after another in the Cascadas de Agua Azul Natural Park. The larger cataracts may be about 6 meters (20 ft.) high.
At the end of the visit, we will move toward Palenque, a little town at the bottom of the mountains, famous for the homonym archaeological site. Accomodation at the hotel and free afternoon time to visit the town.
Day 9 – Palenque - Campeche
At the tenth day you will get amaze with the famous archeological site of Palenque, where you can learn about the Mayan culture, the way they used to live and about their culture. Later we will depart to Campeche to the hotel located at downtown.
Day 10 – Campeche – Uxmal - Merida
After having breakfast at hotel you will enjoy of a guided city tour in Campeche visiting the main sites of the city to discover more about their history. Later you will be transfer to the archeological site of Uxmal, the most representative of Ruta Puuc. Finally, arriving to Merida and accommodations at the hotel.
Day 11 – Merida - Chichen Itza - Playa del Carmen
On the last day prepare yourself to visit one of the Seven Wonders of the World:
Chichen Itza. Later you will be departing to Playa del Carmen to to the hotel of your preference