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Excursions in Veracruz


Archeological Tour

Archeological Tour

Head out with us up into the mountains around Veracruz and explore some of Mexico's most important and interesting archaeological sites on this full day tour. You'll be picked up from your hotel between 08:45 and 09:15 and we'll drive through sugar cane, mango, tamarind and papaya plantations as we head for Quiahuiztlan. This old Totonac city is located on a mountain top and there are amazing views out over the Gulf of Mexico and surrounding coastline. Don't miss the ruins of the cemetery where you'll find 43 small tombs that are like small-scale shrines. It is believed that the tradition of bringing offerings to tombs on the Day of the Dead came from these beginnings. Next stop is Zempoala, an astronomical and ceremonial centre for the Totonac people here you will be able to explore its many pyramids, palaces and temples honouring the Sun, Moon, Rain and Air Gods. Finally we'll visit La Antigua, an old colonial settlement believed to be the first Spanish town in Mexico. Here we'll visit the oldest church in Mexico and the house of conquistador, Hernan Cortes. Then we'll head back to the resort where we will arrive at between 16:00 and 16:30.

This full day excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers, entrance to archaeological sites, sightseeing tour and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that you will have to make your own arrangements for lunch. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



Catemaco/Los Tuxtlas Tour

Catemaco/Los Tuxtlas Tour

Catemaco and the Tuxtlas offer a variety of attractions; think tropical rainforests and mysterious indigenous cultures in an area of almost supernatural beauty with a centuries-old reputation for being a centre for shamanism and witchcraft. After an early start we´ll leave Veracruz, heading for the Tuxtlas through a region famed for its lush greenery and exceptional scenic beauty. Our first stop will be Santiago Tuxtla where we will go on a guided tour of this important Olmec archaeological site – do not miss the enormous heads carved from single blocks of volcanic basalt. We we also make a brief stop at the world renowned Te Amo cigar factory where you can see the cigars being rolled. Then we´ll drive on to San Andrés where you´ll be able to admire what is said to be one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, the Salto de Eyipantla. We´ll carry on to Catemaco, a charming lakeside settlement- here we´ll board a boat that will a take us to Monkey Island, famous for its colony of Macaque monkeys originally imported from South-East Asia. Our last stop will be Nanciyaga Nature Reserve, a tropical rainforest notable for its diversity of plants and animals. Here we will visit a natural spring where you can go for a swim and try a traditional mud bath before returning back to the resort where we will arrive at between 20:00 and 20:30.

This full day excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that you will have to make your own arrangements for lunch.



Tajin/Papantla Tour

Tajin/Papantla Tour

El Tajin is the old capital of the Totonac culture and one of the most important archaeological sites in the Americas. Its name means place of Thunder and was named a World Heritage site in 1992, due to its cultural importance and architecture. After an early start we will head north towards El Tajin,enjoying the stunning views over the coastline. On arrival at El Tajin a knowledgeable local guide will take you on a sightseeing tour. The main attractions of this Ceremonial centre of the Totonac people include the the Pyramid of the Niches, other important monuments include the Arroyo Group, the North and South Ballcourts and the Palaces of Tajín Chico. After this we´ll board the bus and head for the town of Papantla. This small town is internationally known for being the biggest Mexican vanilla producer and you will be able to buy real vanilla essence as well as a variety of products including drinks prepared from this delicious pod. The town is also famous as a centre of Totomac culture and home to Danza de los Voladores, named Intangible World Heritage by UNESCO. Here we will visit the town´s beautiful cathedral and the huge murals by native artist Teodoro Cano honouring Totonac Culture before returning back to the resort where we will arrive at between 20:00 and 20:30.

This full day excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers, sightseeing tour and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that you will have to make your own arrangements for lunch.



Tlacotalpan and Alvarado Tour

Tlacotalpan and Alvarado Tour

Learn more about the history and culture of the Veracruz region on this full-day tour where we´ll visit beautiful town of Tlacotalpan, with its fusion of Caribbean and Spanish styles and the down to earth, friendly fishing port of Alvarado. After being picked up from your hotel between 08:45 and 09:15 we´ll head straight for Alvarado, once a slaving port and now an important centre for fishing; in fact you shouldn´t leave with out trying some of its renowned seafood. Next stop is Tlacotalpan, chosen as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an important centre for the region´s folklore and culture. It was here that the Son Jarocho, a regional folk musical style was born and it was also the birthplace of Agustin Lara, the famous Mexican singer and songwriter. Here we´ll visit the local museum with its stunning collection of traditional and colonial-era handicrafts, clothing and furnishings as well as the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria, the patron saint of the town, with its colourful murals and altarpiece. We´ll also visit the magnificent Netzahualcoyotl theatre and the Paploapan River, also known as the River of the Butterflies. Then we´ll head back to the resort where we will arrive at between 16:00 and 16:30.

This full day excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers, sightseeing tour and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that you will have to make your own arrangements for lunch. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses and a cap, sun block and extra cash.



Xalapa, Coatepec, Xico Tour

Xalapa, Coatepec, Xico Tour

Discover Xalapa, the capital city of the State of Veracruz and the neighbouring towns of Coatepec with its coffee plantations, and Xico, hidden in the mountains with its beautiful waterfall on this full day tour. The cool, verdant hills of the north central region of Veracruz, about 3,000 feet higher than the coast, are most often covered in a mist called chipichipi, which keeps things green year round and produces the perfect conditions for growing what is considered Mexico´s best coffee as well as sugar cane, mango, tamarind and papaya. Xalapa itself is well-known for its many cosy cafés as well as its impressive Anthropological Museum where you will be able to admire pieces from the Olmec, Totonaca and Huastec cultures. Always a cosmopolitan city, Xalapa was founded as a settlement in 1380 by about eighty teochichimeca families. Its name derives from the Nahuatl xallapan, meaning "spring water in a sandy place." When the Spaniards arrived, those who could afford to avoid the scorching heat and extreme humidity of the port of Veracruz built homes in and around Xalapa, where much of the colonial-era architecture is still in evidence. Then we´ll visit the nearby town of Coatec, famous for its gourmet coffee before leaving for Xico, home of the delicious Mole Xiqueño and a huge waterfall. Then we´ll head back to the resort where we will arrive at between 18:00 and 18:30.

This full day excursion includes hotel pick up and drop off, all transfers, sightseeing tour and the services of a bilingual guide. Please note that you will have to make your own arrangements for lunch.



Tour in Veracruz, 5 attractives.

Tour in Veracruz, 5 attractives.

Explore five of the top attractions in Veracruz with this special package. Visit the historic fort of San Juan de Ulua, the aquarium, the Wax Museum, Ripley's Museum and enjoy a ride on the historic centre trolley tour. This is an offer that boasts tickets and tours where you can enjoy several attractions with five of the best tourist activities Veracruz.



Tour to St Juan de Ulúa

Tour to St Juan de Ulúa

Go to Veracruz is going to spend a holiday full of fun, and that is when you get to this beautiful port cannot miss the most important and representative of the city, Veracruz Aquarium, San Juan de Ulua and Historical Center. Take advantage of this excellent package in which over a full day you can enjoy the most important attractions of the city.