Starting off in the capital, this adventure tour of Mexico promises a wonderful selection of ancient sites, colonial towns, colourful markets and natural scenery.   Enjoy a city tour of Mexico City and visit the mysterious pyramids of Teotihuacan, once the largest city in North America.  Next fly to Chiapas State for an exploration of the  spectacular kilometre-deep Sumidero Canyon before visiting the colonial town of  San Cristobal and the surrounding indigenous villages.  Via the beautiful natural swimming holes at Roberto Barrios we descend the road  to the jungles surrounding the Maya ruins of Palenque, before exploring the stunningly well-preserved colonial city of Campeche.
Uxmal with its Maya palaces and pyramids is next before we continue to Merida to absorb its beautiful Spanish-Moorish architecture.  Finally, en-route to the stunning beaches of Playa del Carmen, we visit the famous pyramids, palaces, temples and ball court of Chichen Itza.
Starting off in the capital, this adventure tour of Mexico promises a wonderful selection of ancient sites, colonial towns, colourful markets and natural scenery.   Enjoy a city tour of Mexico City and visit the mysterious pyramids of Teotihuacan, once the largest city in North America.  Next fly to Chiapas State for an exploration of the  spectacular kilometre-deep Sumidero Canyon before visiting the colonial town of  San Cristobal and the surrounding indigenous villages.  Via the beautiful natural swimming holes at Roberto Barrios we descend the road  to the jungles surrounding the Maya ruins of Palenque, before exploring the stunningly well-preserved colonial city of Campeche.
Uxmal with its Maya palaces and pyramids is next before we continue to Merida to absorb its beautiful Spanish-Moorish architecture.  Finally, en-route to the stunning beaches of Playa del Carmen, we visit the famous pyramids, palaces, temples and ball court of Chichen Itza.
Mexico

Best of Mexico

Small Group Holiday

9

CA$

days from

2380

Starting off in the capital, this adventure tour of Mexico promises a wonderful selection of ancient sites, colonial towns, colourful markets and natural scenery. Enjoy a city tour of Mexico City and visit the mysterious pyramids of Teotihuacan, once the largest city in North America. Next fly to Chiapas State for an exploration of the spectacular kilometre-deep Sumidero Canyon before visiting the colonial town of San Cristobal and the surrounding indigenous villages. Via the beautiful natural swimming holes at Roberto Barrios we descend the road to the jungles surrounding the Maya ruins of Palenque, before exploring the stunningly well-preserved colonial city of Campeche.
Uxmal with its Maya palaces and pyramids is next before we continue to Merida to absorb its beautiful Spanish-Moorish architecture. Finally, en-route to the stunning beaches of Playa del Carmen, we visit the famous pyramids, palaces, temples and ball court of Chichen Itza.

Activity / Theme

Country

Culture

Mexico

Comfort Level

Physical Rating

Moderate

Leisurely / Moderate

Transportation

Air, bus, boat

Accommodation

Comfortable hotel (8 nights)

Months of Operation

January, February, April, May, October, November, December

Adventure Coordinators Insider Tip:

Remember the opening scene of James Bond "Spectre" where Bond (Daniel Craig) makes his way through Mexico City’s Day of the Dead celebrations?  Well, we can't promise all the action, but the festivities are certainly a good time to be in Mexico.

Itinerary

DAY 1 Start in Mexico City
DAY 2 Teotihuacan Pyramids and city tour of Mexico City
DAY 3 To Chiapas; Sumidero Canyon boat trip, to San Cristobal
DAY 4 Indigenous villages; free afternoon San Cristobal
DAY 5 To Palenque via Roberto Barrios waterfalls
DAY 6 Maya site of Palenque; to Campeche
DAY 7 Maya city of Uxmal, to Merida
DAY 8 Chichen Itza, to Playa del Carmen
DAY 9 End Playa del Carmen

Inclusions

Accommodation
Transportation
5 Breakfasts
Tour Leader
Driver(s)
Local Guide(s)

Sample tour.  Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice.  Please inquire.

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