Tours and Travel

Tour Name Departure Time Length Net Price Retail Price Included Description
1 Tour Guanajuato 09:30 a.m. 7 Hours 49 USD Mirador el Pipila, Theater Juarez, Garden Center of Guanajuato, Church of Basilica of Guanajuato, Temple of the Jesus, Universidad de Guanajuato, Museum and House of Diego Rivera, Mercado Guanajuato-Shopping for local handicrafts. Our first visit is to the lookout point of the city called “The Pipila”. The is one of the best places to get a good paronamic view of the city. The surrounding area gives you a feeling of an outdoor museum. After this short stop we will travel to the center of Guanajuato. We will drive through the famous tunnels of Guanajuato to get to the parking lot. From here we will start an exciting and entertaining two hour walking tour of the city. After the city tour, time will be available for you to go back and enjoy a little shopping or one of the delicious local restaurants.
2 Tour Canada de la Virgen 09:00 a.m. 3 Hours 25 USD Round Trip transportation, Tour Guide, Admission. The ancient pyramids of “Canada de la Virgen” are thought to be at least 1,800 years old. Located just a short distance from San Miguel, the archeological site is amazing to see. It has only recently been opened up to the public, so you will be one of the first to walk on the ground surround­ing it in almost 1,800 years.
Once we arrive at the entrance to the site, the museum will provide us with their own transportation and a very knowl- edgable guide.
Enjoy the beautifull drive through the hills surrounding the site for about 7 miles. We will then have a short walk to the site itself.
The guide will inform you about the Otomies and Chichime- cas peoples who inhabited the site so many years ago.
3 Dolores Hidalgo, Gto. Tour & Atotonilco. 09:30 a.m. 6 Hours 49 USD The Temple of the Virgins Sorrows (Maria), The House of the Priest Miguel Hidalgo, The Main Market Square, The Church of Atotonilco. The town of Dolores Hidalgo is famous for their ceramic tiles and handmade pottery. Dolores played a major role in the Independence of Mexico from Spain. The catholic priest Miguel Hidalgo proclaimed the beginning of the independence movement here on September 16, 1810. We will begin our walking tour upon arrival. Our first stop will be the church of the Virgins Sorrows (Maria). Afterward we will hit the highlights of the city. We will make our way to a pottery works shop to see the process in action. You will see the local artisans hand painting the ceramics and forming the pottery. You will of course have a chance to shop and buy whatever you like before we reboard the vans to continue our tour. On our way back to San Miguel we will stop at the historic town of Atotonilco. This site was listed by UNESCO as a world heritage site in 2008. The church is famous for its beautifully painted murals and artwork.
4 Monarch Butterfly 07:00 a.m. 12 Hours 79 USD RounTrip Transportation, Tour Guide, Admission to the Sanctuary, Horse Ride, Snack. We leave at 7 am to the Chincus Sanctuary (Angangueo).
The trip takes aprox 4 hours, with beautiful views and rest stops along the way.
Upon arrival at the sanctuary, we must continue on horse-back (aprox 25 minutes) through the mountainous zone to arrive to the remote areas where the butterflies take refuge. After a guided visit of his particular natural wonder, the guide will suggest a restaurant within the area in which to have lunch.
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