Mexico is a land of extremes, with high mountains and deep canyons in the center of the country, sweeping deserts in the north, and dense rain forests in the south and east.
It is is a country thriving with unique culture and history. Mexico offers a variety of opportunities to explore its ancient historical landmarks or indulge in one of its many unique resorts right on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico or the Pacific Ocean.
IncludedAccommodationAirport TransfersBreakfastEntry FeesGuideTours
Day 1: ARRIVAL MEXICO CITY
Day 2: MEXICO CITY TOUR
Day 3: MEXICO CITY – TEOTIHUACAN (50km – 2 hrs)
Day 4: TEOTIHUACAN – OCOTLAN – PUEBLA (170km – 3 hrs)
Day 5: PUEBLA – TAXCO (250km – 4 hrs)
Day 6: TAXCO – CUERNAVACA – TEPOZTLAN – MEXICO CITY (200km – 4 hrs)
Day 7: DEPART MEXICO CITY
- Northen America
- Museum Hop in : The most popular museum in the city is the Frida Kahlo House
- Join the Day of the Dead parade
- Visit the Pyramids of Teotihuacan
- See Lucha Libre
- Explore a Colonial Town
- Check Out the Street Art
- Eat All The Tacos
- Have a night out on the town in Guadalajara is Avenida Chapultepec
- Listen to mariachi music is Plaza Garibaldi
- Sample Tequila & Mezcal
- Try the Holy Mole! The sauce contains over 20 ingredients and is dark thanks to the chocolate and mulato peppers.
- The best way is the tourist buses
- THE TROLEBUS (CDMX TRAMS) can be useful and cheap
- On call taxis
- The wet season is warm and overcast
- The dry season is comfortable and partly cloudy.
- The warm season from March 21 to June 7
- The cool season from November 18 to February 3
- Light pants
- Good walking shoes
- Light Jacket
- T shirts
- Mexico uses the Mexican peso (MXN).
- Some resort cities may accept U.S. dollars
- Credit cards are used in big malls, restaurants and hotels
- Cash is needed for smaller shops
- ATMs are all around Mexico
- Visa is required for Lebanese citizen needs (call us for further details )