Mexico: Mayans, Aztecs & Conquistadors


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    Journey through Mexico's pre-Columbian temples, colonial towns, higlands and jungles.


    Start Mexico City

    Coyoacan Neighbourhood, Frida Kahlo and Xochimilco Canals

    Teotihuacan and Mexico City's Old Town 

    Museum of Anthropology and History and Palacio Nacional; on to Puebla

    Puebla city tour and on to Oaxaca

    Monte Alban and Oaxaca

    Learn how to create popular Mexican dishes

    Teotitlan del Valle, Mescal tasting and on to Tehuantepec

    To San Cristobal

    Free day in San Cristobal

    To Palenque via Agua Azul

    Palenque Ruins, on to Campeche

    Uxmal, traditional lunch and Merida

    Tixkokob craft village, Izamal magic town and on to Chichen Itza

    Chichen Itza visit; on to Cancun; end Cancun

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    Few countries can compete with Mexico when it comes to unleashing the inner Indiana Jones in each of us. Jungle clad temples and abandoned ancient civilisations make way to colonial era towns with cobbled streets and Spanish architecture. This fusion of history has led to Mexico’s unique culture from the art of Frida Kahlo to Oaxaca’s succulent cuisine. Uncover the country’s historical and cultural layers as we journey from the highlands of Mexico City to the jungles and beaches of the Yucatan via the lands of Aztecs, Zapotec, Mayas and Conquistadors.


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    Duration: 15 Days
    Starts in: Mexico
    Group Size: 6-15

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