Amazing Experiences in Mexico

Swim and Snorkel with Whale Sharks(Riviera Maya)

Diving into the blue waters of the Caribbean to swim with Whale Sharks is a thrilling experience. In summer, thousands of these fish, that grow to over 60 feet in length, migrate through the waters surrounding Isla Mujeres, off the cost of Cancun. Enjoy an incredible opportunity to interact with these massive creatures.


Monarch Butterfly Migration (Michoacan State)

October, the North American Monarch Butterfly travel up to three thousand miles to warm wintering grounds in Michoacán, Mexico. The butterflies transform El Rosario Reserve to vibrant shades of orange as they completely envelop the trees and cover the grounds– an amazing natural phenomena and truly spectacular sight.


Copper Canyon Rail Adventure (Chihuahua)

Copper Canyon is nearly four times the volume of the Grand Canyon in the US! While you can enjoy activities such as hiking, mountain biking, wildlife viewing, and the second largest zip line in the world, the highlight is the famous Chihuahua al Pacifico Train. Crossing numerous bridges and tunnels, the changing landscapes offer unbelievable photo opportunities, like the Basaseachic Falls, Mexico’s second highest. Stop off to experience historic haciendas, visit the frontier mining outpost of Batopilas, and learn about the indigenous Tarahumara culture. (4 nights suggested)


Explore the Yucatan’s fascinating sites on an exclusive guided adventure

Chichén Itzá; was chosen in 2007 as one of the new Seven Wonders of the World, The magnificent restored temples of Chichén Itzá rise majestically from the surrounding jungle ,offering a splendid glimpse into the great pre-Hispanic Mayan civilization. Travel to the charming colonial city and first capital of the region, Valladolid: former capital of the state of Yucatan and built on top of the sacred Mayan Site of Zaci. After lunch visit Ek Balam; a Mayan word meaning “Black Jaguar” or “Black Star”, a just recently excavated Mayan City. If time permits we can also visit the nearby and beautiful Cenote Xcanchen.


Coba, Tulum & Mayan Cenote (Riviera Maya)

Discover the most important Mayan Sites of northern Quintana Roo, State – Coba and Tulum. The impressive structures at Coba speak to the grandeur of the civilization that produced them ages ago. Visit Coba by bicycle under your own power or if you prefer, by tricycle that will be driven by one of the local people. Afterwards continue to some of the best kept secrets of the area –secluded underground Cenotes, underground sink holes that form along this river network and can be accessed through tunnels and caves into the mysterious and beautiful subterranean world. Returning to the coast visit the hallowed grounds of Tulum.

The Sea Turtles and Whale Watching Adventure In Baja California

An off-the-beaten-path winter adventure among protected lagoons of the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez for a close encounter with magnificent gray whales and sea turtles, and learning about conservation issues that threaten the future of these ecosystems. Stay at a sea turtle monitoring base camp on Conchalito Island for 5 days and participate in hatchling releases, monitoring, and open ocean sea turtle viewings.

Mexico City and Pyramids of Teotihuacan

Discover the roots of Mexico’s capital, built on top of the famed Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan and a melting pot of history and culture. During your privately guided full day tour experience international art museums, Palacio de Bellas Artes, Cathedral Metropolitana, Templo Mayor and the National Palace. Enjoy renowned local cuisine at some of the finest eateries in down town before continuing towards Teotihuacan – Explore this stunning archaeological zone famous for some of the world’s largest pyramidal structures, the Pyramids of the Sun and Moon.
Mexico’s Colonial Heartland & UNESCO World Heritage Cities
An amazing journey to visit Magic Towns and many of Mexico’s colonial cities that have been recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site, a step back in time to the colonial era when Spanish influence thrived among elaborate baroque architecture and cobblestone streets along open, tree lined plazas. (5 nights)

Monte Alban Archeological Site and the Artisans Villages in Oaxaca

An experience to introduce you to the rich traditions and cultures that make up the vibrant state of Oaxaca. Visit Monte Alban, once the capital city of the Zapotec nation, followed by a journey thru the homes and workshops of artisan villages, such as Santo Tomas Jalieza (back strap weaving), San Bartolo Coyotepec (black pottery) and San Martín Tilcajete (town of alebrijes /Wooden Crafts), to Immerse yourself in Oaxaca’s rich traditions and cultures. Enjoy lunch at the artisan home, as special guest.

A Taste of Puebla – Historic Center & Cooking Class 

Learn the culinary secrets of Puebla’s famous cuisine in a cooking course. In addition to the culinary delights, enjoy a private tour of some of the most important and beautiful historic sites. Ideal for those who love great food served with magnificent history and culture.


Palenque Archeological Site & Misol-Ha Waterfall
Chiapas, is the perfect mixture of adventure, nature, and cultural history in Mexico. You can explore jungles, mountains, waterfalls and archaeological sites.
A trip to northern Chiapas will take you to the well-preserved archaeological site of Palenque, an ancient Mayan city acknowledged as one of the greatest achievements of ancient man, and one of the most popular ruins for tourists from around the world to visit. Misol Ha is a spectacular waterfall measuring over 115 feet in height -- swim in the refreshing water.