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BIENVENIDOS

From the splendid coast, where three species of sea turtles return each year to lay eggs, and the oyamel forests of the highlands, where is the destination of the sacred Monarch butterfly migration, Michoacan is a rich state with a plethora of flavours, historical and geological sites, hot-springs and ancient cities to explore.  As art-rival to Oaxaca, and a growing Mezcal industry, Michoacan is host to the largest handicraft fair in all of Mexico, and has been recognized by UNESCO for her regional cuisine and Dia de Muertos celebrations.  A convergence of powerful indigenous cultures, surrounding colonial towns and a UNESCO protected city, it's little wonder this incredible region has long been considered the Soul of Mexico.

We invite you to visit us here, or tour with us along some of the intrepid journeys in other regions of Mexico, including El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, the Coppery Canyon, and more!

Dia de Muertos
Dia de Muertos

Photo by Jennifer Bjarnason Lake Patzcuaro, Michoacan, Mexico November 2017

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The Lost City
The Lost City

Photo by Jennifer Bjarnason Ruins of the Church of San Juan Parangaricutiro, near Angahuan, Michoacan Mexico - September 2021

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Viva Mexico!
Viva Mexico!

Photo by Jennifer Bjarnason Mexico City Zocalo, Mexico, Mexico, October 2018

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Dia de Muertos
Dia de Muertos

Photo by Jennifer Bjarnason Lake Patzcuaro, Michoacan, Mexico November 2017

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