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Excursions in Guadalajara


Huachimontes Archeological Zone.

Huachimontes Archeological Zone.

This tour, which takes about five hours will take us to an important pre-Columbian archaeological site near Teuchitlan in the valley of Tequila.

The site was only discovered in the 1970s – before this it was believed that Western Mexico did not have any significant ceremonial sites or cities. Here you can explore circular pyramids known as Huachimontones, as well as remains of mining operations, fields and ballcourts dating back to as early as 300BC.

The tour begins with a brief video about the pyramids and a visit to a small museum containing artefacts found in the area. Then we´ll drive to the pyramids themselves. These massive circular structures are believed to have been built by a creative culture, part of the so-called Teuchitlan tradition, a complex society that existed from as early as 300 BCE until perhaps 900 CE.

There are several pyramids to explore, some of which have a a post hole at the summit, most likely for volador ceremonies. The pyramids may also have supported small temples. Sunken circular plazas surround each pyramid and a series of smaller mounds surround the plazas. On top of the mounds are platforms that once supported wooden buildings made of wood and clay. The site has a total of 10 circular complexes, four rectangular plazas and two ballcourts.

This five hour excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that meals and drinks are not included. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



Chapala y Ajijic

Chapala y Ajijic

Come with us and enjoy a spectacular day out, discover Mexico's largest lake and explore colourful lakeside villages famous for their textiles and hot springs.

After picking you up from your hotel we will ahead for Lake Chapala, Mexico's largest freshwater lake, situated on the border of the States of Jalisco and Michoacan, home to several species of migratory birds and thousands of indigenous plants and animals. Lake Chapala is famous worldwide because of its magnificent climate and its lovely scenery. When you see the beautiful bougainvilleas in bloom all year round and the great views, you will understand why thousands of expatriate artists and retirees from the USA and Canada have decided to make the area their permanent home.

We will also visit the villages of Chapala and Ajijic, famous for their production of colourful textiles. You have the option of having lunch in one of the best restaurants in Ajijic. Then we will continue to the picturesque lakeside villages of Chula Vista and San Juan Cosala, famous for their hot springs. Don't miss this opportunity to explore these typical Mexican villages as you admire the beauty of Lake Chapala.

This four hour excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that meals and drinks are not included. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



Village of Zapopan, Oblatos and Canyon Tour

Village of Zapopan, Oblatos and Canyon Tour

This four hour excursion mixes nature and culture. First we'll visit Zapopan, home of the famous Virgin before we move on to explore the impressive Barranca de Oblatos Canyon.

We'll start the tour with a scenic drive through the exclusive residential and commercial area of Zapopan with its many modern buildings and skyscrapers. However, this old colonial-era settlement is most famous for being the home of the Shrine of the Our Lady of Zapopan, the patron saint of Guadalajara. The image itself, which was made by local craftsmen in the 17th Century is housed in the impressive Basilica, also dating from the 17th Century, although it wasn't actually finished until 1892.

Other attractions here include the Museo de Arte de Zapopan, housing many temporary and permanent exhibitions, the colourful beads and embroidery of the Huichiol people are of particular interest. Zapopan also boasts a lively arts scene with many theatres, galleries and cultural events.

Then we'll drive on to the Barranca Oblatos canyon, carved over millions of years by the Rio Grande. This impressive canyon with 600m high towering walls is home to a four different ecosystems and several endemic species of flora and fauna. Here you can swim, explore the many waterfalls or just relax and enjoy the breathtaking views and the sounds of nature.

This four hour excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that meals and drinks are not included. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, swimsuit, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



Romantic Night Guadalajara

Romantic Night Guadalajara

Get to see a different side to Guadalajara, the Pearl of the West in this romantic evening excursion that includes a walking tour and dinner.

After being picked up at your hotel at 18:00, we will take you directly to the Plaza de la Liberacion in downtown Guadalajara where you will be able to witness the very moving ceremony of the lowering of the Flag. The respect and love of Mexicans for for their flag is reflected in this 20 minute ceremony in which the flag is lowered slowly from the pole, with all the honours, and stored away for the night in the Government Palace.

From here you will go for a pleasant guided stroll in the environs of the Plaza Tapatia, in the heart of the city, admiring the beautiful Colonial and Independence buildings and mingling with the locals as they go on their evening paseo.

Then you will go to a romantic local restaurant for a three-course candlelit dinner with beer, wine and margaritas.

After dinner you will go for a drive around the brightly-lit streets before you are dropped off at your hotel at around 22:00.

This evening excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, the services of a bilingual guide, a guided walking tour around downtown Guadalajara and a three-course dinner with drinks in a local restaurant. We suggest you bring some extra cash and wear casual-elegant clothes.



Mexican Markets

Mexican Markets

This four hour tour is really special not only if you're interested in Mexican arts and crafts but also as a way to get a closer look at the culture of this fascinating country through its markets. You'll be entranced by the vibrant colours, exotic aromas and flavours and the sheer vivacity of the local people as we visit a wide variety of markets in and around the city of Guadalajara.

After you are picked up from your hotel our first stop will be the village of Tonala where you can admire the local artisans as they craft their wares in their workshops. You'll have time to explore the giant street market covering several of the main streets, with numerous vendors of ceramics, pottery glass objects and all kinds of hand crafted items and souvenirs. We'll also visit the famous Ken Edwards store and gallery where you can buy some great ceramics.

Then we'll continue to the Corona Market, with its beautiful and colourful displays of flowers, proudly arranged by the stallholders. There will also be time for a walk around the food section where your guide will tell you all about the many different ingredients and flavours that make up Mexican cuisine.

This four hour excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that meals and drinks are not included . We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



Old Town Guadalajara

Old Town Guadalajara

Come and take a journey into the past as we go back to the time when the city of Guadalajara was first founded on this four hour tour of the Pearl of the West.

You'll learn how this area that was originally settled by indigenous peoples in several different villages developed into the beautiful modern city as we know it today. We'll discover old convents, colonial-style churches and mysterious cemeteries, hidden away in parts of this modern, bustling city where time seems to have stood still.

We'll visit the Church of Santa Monica, the Temple of St. Felipe Neri, the City Museum, the Sanctuary of Guadalupe dating from the 18th Century, the Belen Pantheon, an eerie, abandoned cemetery the Casa de los Perros, now a museum of journalism and the old Civil Hospital.

We will also visit the Analco district with its rich reminders of the area's indigenous past. Your knowledgeable local guide will tell you all about the history, legends and traditions of Mexico's second city, bringing the past to life.

This four hour excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that meals and drinks are not included. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



City Tour & Tlaquepaque.

City Tour & Tlaquepaque.

This four hour tour is an ideal introduction to Guadalajara, capital of the State of Jalisco, we´ll visit the colonial-era buildings and other attractions dating from the Independence period in its historic downtown area as well as the nearby village of Tlaquepeque, renowned for its arts and crafts.

After a drive through the modern residential areas of this beautiful city, also known as the Pearl of the West, visiting the Minerva Fountain, Los Arcos, the University of Guadalajara and the Neo-Gothic Expiatory Church of the Blessed Sacrament, we´ll arrive at the historical centre of the city, centred around the Plaza de Armas. Here we will visit magnificent colonial buildings including the impressive Metropolitan Cathedral, the Government Palace, the neo-classical Degollado Theatre, the Plaza Tapatian and the Cabañas Cultural Institute with its famous murals by José Clemente Orozco. We will also have time to explore the four squares surrounding the Cathedral forming a Latin Cross.

Then we´ll board the bus again and drive on to Tlaquepaque where we will find many old colonial mansions converted into shops and galleries, a perfect showcase for the local arts and crafts.

This four hour excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that meals and drinks are not included. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



Fiesta at Night Guadalajara

Fiesta at Night Guadalajara

Get to know Guadalajara by night on this evening excursion and then enjoy a sumptuous dinner in a traditional restaurant with live Mariachi entertainment in the historic centre.

After being picked up from your hotel at around 20:00 we'll drive you through the main streets and avenues of the city heading for the Nueve Esquinas, one of Guadalajara's most popular districts, with its characteristic European-style architecture.

This area is one of the oldest and most traditional neighbourhoods in the Pearl of the West and is full of many famous bars and restaurants where you can try typical dishes such as the tasty Birria, a spicy meat stew often made from goat. Many of the restaurants here will display a pair of goat horns as a symbol of the purported aphrodisiac properties of the dish.

Then we will take for you a delicious three-course meal at a top restaurant where you can try a great selection of local specialities as you are entertained by a live Mariachi band and colourful local folk dancing. Then after a pleasant evening our guides will escort you back to your hotel by midnight.

This evening excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers, the services of a bilingual guide, a 3 course Mexican dinner with drinks and coffee, an evening city tour and Mariachi and folk dance entertainment at the restaurant. We suggest you bring some extra cash and wear casual-elegant clothes.



The Land of Tequila Tour

The Land of Tequila Tour

Come with us on this five hour trip and discover the birthplace of Mexico´s national drink.

The drive to the charming town of Tequila is a great opportunity for you to admire the beauty of the vast fields of bluish-green agave plants, blending with the earth tones and greens of the countryside.

This charming town, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, also known as Pueblo Mágico is the home of Mexico´s national drink, Tequila which is distilled from the Blue Agave plant. We will go on a short visit of downtown Tequila with its many distilleries and haciendas, many of which are made of brick and adobe, which stucco walls with an ochre lime-wash, stone arches, quoins and window frames. Most are decorated with Neoclassical or Baroque ornamentation. The production of tequila represents the fusion of the pre-Hispanic tradition of making alcohol with agave with European distilling techniques.

Then we will visit a working distillery where you will be able to observe the fascinating process for the production of this exquisite tipple. And once the visit is over you will be invited to a Tequila tasting where you will learn how to tell the difference between the different types of tequila: blanco,reposado and añejo.

This five hour excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers, the services of a bilingual guide, a visit to a distillery and tequila-tasting . Please note that meals and drinks are not included. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



Tlaquepaque & Tonala

Tlaquepaque & Tonala

If you love Mexican arts and crafts then this 4 hour tour of the markets and workshops of Tlaquepaque and Tonala is definitely for you.

The tour will start with a visit to the village of Tlaquepaque where you will find a representative selection of the best of local arts and crafts. You'll be able to see the artisans at work as we visit the main workshops, often located in beautiful old colonial mansions. At one time Tlaquepaque was a resort where the elite of nearby Guadalajara would build magnificent mansions in order to escape the heat and bustle of the city in the summer and at weekends. Many of these mansions have now been converted into shops and galleries.

Next stop is Tonala, a small village where you will find a huge variety of arts and crafts at prices that you will not find anywhere else. This tour is of special interest on Thursdays and Sundays, when you can explore the tlanguis, a huge street market spreading out over several of the main streets, when numerous vendors of ceramics, pottery glass objects and all kinds of hand-crafted items and souvenirs come from all over the region to the streets of Tonala to sell their products.

This four hour excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that meals and drinks are not included. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.