"People lose their capacity to walk, run, travel, think, and experience life. I realise how important it is to use the time I have."

- Viggo Mortensen

EL CAMINO REAL DE TIERRA ADENTRO

An Extensive Exploration of Mexico's UNESCO Protected Silver Trade Route

QUICK INFO

 

 

LOCATION​

Starting & ending in Mexico City, this tour includes flight from Zacatecas to CDMX.

 

DATES​

This tour runs

Jan 30- Feb 19, 2021

 

AGE GROUP

Unless organized as a custom experience, this tour is for adults only.

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GROUP SIZE​

This tour is for 6-12 guests.  If we are customizing your tour, please let us know how many are in your group.

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HOTEL LOCATIONS​

Mexico City x 1 Night

Queretaro x 3 Nights

San Miguel de Allende x 3 Nights

Guanajuato City x 3 Nights

San Luis Potosi x 3 Nights

Real de Catorce x 3 Nights

Zacatecas x 4 Nights

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DIFFICULTY​

This tour is easy, with the exception of horseback riding in Real de Catorce, and an altitude of 9000+ feet.

INDIGENOUS & COLONIAL CONVERGENCE

INTRODUCTION

This three week exploration covers an immense amount of history, including important Nahua, Otomi, Chichimeca and Wixaritari cultures and the War of Independence, which we will explore as we travel parts of Mexico's historical Silver Road from Mexico City to Zacatecas.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS  

Day 01: Saturday January 30, 2021 - CDMX

Land in Mexico City - Orientation Dinner ​ 

Day 02: Sunday January 31, 2021 - Queretaro

Fonda Margaritas; Tula Archaeological Site, San Juan del Rio 

Day 03: Monday February 1, 2021 - Queretaro

Tequisquiapan; Hot springs; Compania Vinicola San Patricio Winery

 

Day 04: Tuesday February 2, 2021 - Queretaro

Walking Tour of the historical centre of Queretaro; Free time 

Day 05: Wednesday February 3, 2021 - San Miguel de Allende

Canada de la Virgen Archaeological Site; Atotonilco; Hot springs ​ 

Day 06: Thursday February 4, 2021 - San Miguel de Allende

Mineral de Pozos; Dos Buhos Winery

 

Day 07: Friday February 5, 2021 - San Miguel de Allende

Walking Tour of San Miguel de Allende; Free Time 

Day 08: Saturday February 6, 2021 - Guanajuato City

Dolores Hidalgo, Cuna de Tierra Winery, Mayolica Santa Rosa Studio  ​ 

Day 09: Sunday February 7, 2021 - Guanajuato City

Walking Tour Guanajuato City; Ex Hacienda San Gabriel de Barrera ​ 

Day 10: Monday February 8, 2021 - Guanajuato City

Mummy Museum Option; Free Time

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Day 11: Tuesday February 9, 2021 - San Luis Potosi

Libertad Artesanal Brewery; Lagos de Moreno; Ojuelos de Jalisco

Day 12: Wednesday February 10, 2021 - San Luis Potosi

San Bartolo de Berrios; Ex Hacienda de Gorgorron

Day 13: Thursday February 11, 2021 - San Luis Potosi

Santa Maria del Rio Textile Collective; Free Time 

Day 14: Friday February 12, 2021 - Real de Catorce

Cerro de San Pedro Ghost Town

Day 15: Saturday February 13, 2021 - Real de Catorce

Horseback to Cerro Quemado; Jeep Willy Ride to Peyote Desert

Day 16: Sunday February 14, 2021 - Real de Catorce

Horseback to Puebla Fantasma; Walking Tour of Real de Catorce

Day 17: Monday February 15, 2021 - Zacatecas

Vinos Tierra Adentro, Campo Real Winery

Day 18: Tuesday February 16, 2021 - Zacatecas

La Quemada Archaeological Site; Rafael Coronel Museum

Day 19: Wednesday February 17, 2021 - Zacatecas

Mina el Eden; La Bufa; Museum of Zacatecas

Day 20: Thursday February 18, 2021 - Zacatecas

Free Time (Mina el Eden underground bar opens 4 PM)

Day 21: Friday February 19, 2021 - CDMX Airport

AM Departure for CDMX Airport & Connecting flights

COST

SHARING

Guests x 4 =  $65,000 ea

PRICES

Prices are based on shared accommodations for 2.  If you are a group that would like to share accommodations to lower the price, contact us for a price quote based on 3 or 4 per room.  Single Supplement is $10,000 MXN   

AMAZING EXCURSIONS IN EXCITING LANDS

LA RUTA DE LA  

INDEPENDENCIA & EL CAMINO REAL DE TIERRA ADENTRO CONVERGE

OVERVIEW

This extensive tour through El Bajio region of Mexico offers an in-depth exploration of the two most important routes of Mexico.  La Ruta de la Independencia follows the history of Father Hidalgo's Cry of Dolores, and the war of Mexico's independence from Spain, while El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro remains an overlooked yet colossal fragment of an intercontinental trade route that served as a crossroads of the world.

 

Join us for an extended journey through Mexico's nearly forgotten Silver Road, with elegant lodgings in four UNESCO cities and an enchanting Pueblo Magico ghost town.  Sample the terroir of local wineries, soak in two hot springs, horseback to a sacred temple and ride a jeep willy to the sacred Wirikuta, also known as the Peyote desert.  Crawl below the surface of the earth in a working and abandoned mine, then ride a gondola to Cerro La Bufa, where Chichimeca warriors introduced the Spanish to silver deposits in an area still abundant with minerals.  Visit three stunning cities of the ancients, and people-watch in the plazas of Mexico's most opulent cities that were raised from the riches of her mines.  Mexico's Silver Road is a path worn well by the ancients, but long forgotten by modern man.  This is an experience unlike any other, for lovers beguiled by the historical fusion of culture, art and architecture.

EL CAMINO REAL DE TIERRA ADENTRO

El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro (El Camino Real) translates as “The Royal Inland Road,” which covers 2600 KM from Mexico City to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Crossing several states dotted with related UNESCO Heritage sites, and through the Mexico/US border makes this too extensive a journey for most to complete in one trip. 1400 KM of this historic route was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010, with five urban World Heritage sites and 55 other structures and locations, including bridges, ex-Haciendas, historic towns, an old cemetery, abandoned convents, a mountain range, a mine, chapels, temples, caves and stretches of road.

 

There are only a handful of cultural routes on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, and Mexico’s El Camino Real is one of them. Lauded for “outstanding universal value” for connecting the Americas with Europe as an inter-continental exchange, there are significant historical aspects as to how this route transformed Europe through a plethora of trade goods unseen prior to this time. In much the same way the Silk Road brought new philosophies, spices and other materials into Europe, so did El Camino Real witness a massive trade of goods that would transform various aspects of both European, North American, Asian and Mexican culture.

 

El Camino Real was a major trade route that converged with two other routes. One path connected Mexico City with the port of Veracruz on the Gulf of Mexico, where a busy maritime route extended to Cadiz and Seville, Spain. A second route was constructed from Mexico City to Acapulco on the Pacific Coast. This was the port-of-call for the Manila Galleons, or Spanish trade ships that traversed a maritime route between Mexico and the Philippines. Mexico City was essentially an intersection of routes from Asia and Europe, with El Camino Real delivering goods from as far away as Santa Fe, New Mexico.

 

The economy generated by this diversity of tangible currency meant a massive upturn in international trade. Silk, spices and porcelain were imported from Asia, while residents who lived along the silver road also enjoyed imported wine, chocolate, olives and nuts from Europe. In Europe, transformations were also taking place. Italian Cuisine underwent a major transformation following contact with the Americas, due to the sudden arrival of the Tomato. Tomatl is the Nahua origin of the word tomato, and though Tomatoes were not an easy-sell in Europe at first, they eventually helped Italian cuisine evolve into what we know today. While tomatoes went east, majolica pottery travelled west – though a style of majolica pottery that is better known in Mexico is talavera.

 

One of the major downfalls of El Camino Real is that European diseases arrived, including smallpox, cholera and the measles. The consequences of such brutal diseases on a population previously unexposed to such incurable maladies was catastrophic.

 

While many consider the wealth sent to Spain from Latin America in the form of precious metal, the exchange was much greater than just money or other products. This important trade route was a major interchange of philosophy, language and other cultural traditions, including knowledge of plants and their medicinal values, and dozens upon dozens of new food plants that would ultimately transform cuisine around the world.

 

El Camino Real de la Tierra Adentro is a name inspired by the ruling Crown of Latin America, a name that also applies to previous ruling hierarchies of the Americas, for local indigenous groups were who first inscribed this path into the worn earth beneath the feet of a thousand years trade of obsidian, turquoise, feathers, salt and other commodities valued in pre-Hispanic civilizations, long before this route converged with the rest of the world.

 

Fondly called Mexico’s Silver Road by intrepid travellers and locals alike, who fall in love time-travelling along this spectacular pilgrimage into Mexico’s past, this is truly a journey for history lovers who enjoy exploring off-the-beaten path.

MEXICO CITY TO QUERETARO

YOUR JOURNEY BEGINS

 

DAY 1:  Saturday January 30, 2021

Land in Mexico City.  We will arrange an orientation dinner so everyone can meet.  If you would like to explore Mexico City, please contact us about arriving ahead of time so we can arrange activities for you over the course of 2 or 3 days.   

HOTEL LOCATION:  Mexico City

Meals are not included

FONDA MARGARITAS, THE ANCIENT CITY OF TULA

AND SAN JUAN DEL RIO

 

DAY 2:  Sunday January 31, 2021

This morning we will depart our hotel by 7:15 for an early breakfast at one of Anthony Bourdain's favourite Mexico City haunts - Fonda Margaritas.  From here, we will depart Mexico City for the ancient city of Tula, famous for her Atlantean style statues.  Onward to San Juan del Rio, where we will visit Cerveceria Primus to sample beer, see the Bridge of History, completed in 1711, and stop at Cava 57 to sample wine before heading to our hotel in Queretaro.        

HOTEL LOCATION:  Queretaro

All entrance Fees included

Breakfast Included - Other meals are not included

MINE FOR OPALS & FEAST ON LOCAL

WINE, CHEESE AND ARTESENAL BEER

 

DAY 3:  Monday February 1, 2021

Buckle up for an adventure today!  Our journey will start with a very bumpy ride in the back of a pick-up truck to the rustic opal mine of La Trinidad.  Following this adventure, we will make our way to Compania Vinicola San Patricio to sample wine.  From here, we will visit Cerveceria Opalo Artesanal Brewery and Cava de Quesos Bocanegra to sample elegant cheeses.       

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Queretaro

All tour costs & lunch included - Breakfast & Dinner separate

HISTORICAL UNESCO CENTRE OF

SANTIAGO DE QUERETARO 

 

DAY 4:  Tuesday February 2, 2021

Today we will enjoy a historical tour of UNESCO designated Santiago de Queretaro, with specific focus on the Silver Road and War of Independence.  By the afternoon, we will break apart to enjoy free time to shop or further explore.        

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Queretaro

All tour costs includd

SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE

ANCIENT CITY OF CANADA DE LA VIRGEN

& THE HOLY TOWN OF ATOTONILCO

 

DAY 5:  Wednesday February 3, 2021

This morning we will make our way to the ancient Otomi site Canada de la Virgen in the AM, followed by a special pre-hispanic food experience at the museum.  From here, we will be transported to La Gruta Spa in Atotonilco, which was once a natural hot spring considered holy to the indigenous peoples.  Atotonilco is most famed for the magnificent Sanctuario de Jesus Nazareno, fondly called Mexico's Sistine Chapel. 

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  San Miguel de Allende

All entrance fees included - Lunch included

Spa Treatments are optional

MINERAL DE POZOS GHOST TOWN

& DOS BUHOS WINERY

 

DAY 6:  Thursday February 4, 2021

This morning we will head to a quaint and picturesque Pueblo Magico called Mineral de Pozos.  Established in the 1500's, there are mine ruins scattered all over this quaint ghost town.  We will visit a working mine, descending into the bowls of the earth to learn about the process.  From there, we will visit pre-Hispanic instrument maker Luis Cruz at his studio, Casa del Venado Azul.  Our last stop will be the impressive ruins of Santa Brigida mine, before we depart for Dos Buhos Winery to conclude our day.        

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  San Miguel de Allende

All entrance fees included - Meals not included

SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE

 

DAY 7:  Friday February 5, 2021

Enjoy a walking tour of San Miguel de Allende this morning, with focus on the Silver Road and War of Independence, followed by lunch and an afternoon of free time!        

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  San Miguel de Allende

Walking tour included - Meals not included

GUANAJUATO CITY

THE HISTORIC ROAD TO THE OPULENT

CITY OF TUNNELS

 

DAY 8:  Saturday February 6, 2021

The Cry of Dolores remains at the root of Mexico's Independence from Spain - and this morning we will begin our tour at the Church of the Grito in Dolores Hidalgo, where Father Hidalgo's famous call to arms was delivered.  Stopping at Cuna Tierra Vineyard for charcuterie and wine, we will continue to Mayolica Santa Rosa pottery studio before arriving in the lavish Guanajuato City.

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Guanajuato City

Charcuterie lunch included - Other meals not included

HISTORICAL WALKING TOUR

& STREET THEATRE PERFORMANCE

 

DAY 9:  Sunday February 7, 2021

Guanajuato City is an incredible place to explore, as the city is connected through a series of tunnels that were once canals to divert the river.  Since the construction of the damn, the canals have been claimed by the city, for traffic.  Due to the riches of the mines here, this city has stunning architecture and a majestic energy.  We will enjoy a walking tour in the morning, followed by an afternoon of free time.  This evening, we will meet at Juarez Theatre by 7:45 PM for a lively and fun and lively street theatre performance!  

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Guanajuato City

All activities & entrance fees included - Meals not included

THE EX-HACIENDA OF SAN GABRIEL DE BARRERA

& MUSEUM OF MUMMIES

 

DAY 9:  Sunday February 7, 2021

This morning we will visit the Ex-Hacienda of San Gabriel de Barrera.  Following lunch, we can break apart for free time to explore the city at your own leisure.  Please let us know if you would like to visit the Museum of Mummies.  We warn our guests that some find this macabre display of cadavers disturbing, given the history behind how they ended up on display.  From the sobering glimpse of a man who was murdered, to the frightening chill of a woman who was accidentally buried alive, you will observe sinister and horrifying examples of death - which will fascinate some, and give others nightmares.  For those who choose to visit the museum, you only need about an hour or so, allowing you free time to enjoy the city after.    

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Guanajuato City

Meals are not included - Mummy Museum Optional

SAN LUIS POTOSI

LIBERTAD BREWERY, LAGOS DE MORENO

& OJEULES DE JALISCO

 

DAY 11:  Tuesday February 9, 2021

It's not often one has an excuse to drink beer in the morning - but our path today will lead us through the city of Leon, to Libertad Brewery!  Enjoy a tour of the brewery and sample their delicious beers.  From here, we will drive to Lagos de Moreno to visit an important cemetery, UNESCO protected bridge, and the main plaza area.  We will have lunch here before departing for Ojuelos de Jalisco to see the garrison fortification which was built in 1569.  As one of 7 built along El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, this is the only fortification that remains in tact.

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  San Luis Potosi

All entrance fees and activities included - Meals are not included

SAN BARTOLO DE BERRIOS

& EX HACIENDA DE GORGORRON

 

DAY 12:  Wednesday February 10, 2021

This morning we will make our way to Villa de Reyes to visit the Ex-hacienda of Gorgorron.  Reportedly haunted and well known for paranormal activity, this Hacienda was built in 1750 and has a long and fascinating history with ties to the family of Vicente Fox.  We will then head to San Barolo de Berrios to visit the Ex-hacienda of Jarol de Berrios.  Used as the set for Once Upon a Time in Mexico, some may recognize this hacienda.  We will explore the hacienda and sample Mezcal here before returning to San Luis Potosi.

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  San Luis Potosi

All entrance fees & activities included - Meals not included

SANTA MARIA DEL RIO

& SAN LUIS POTOSI

 

DAY 13:  Thursday February 11, 2021

This morning we will head to a small town called Santa Maria del Rio to learn about the textiles of San Luis Potosi.  With the Rebozo being the most important aspect of a woman's traditional wardrobe, we will learn about the different fabrics and processes that define the value of these extravagant scarves.  We will head back to San Luis Potosi for lunch and an afternoon walking tour of this historic city.  

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  San Luis Potosi

All activities included - Meals are not included

REAL DE CATORCE

CERRO DE SAN PEDRO

& BARRIAGA DE PLATO HILL

 

DAY 14:  Friday February 12, 2021

Cerro de San Pedro was founded in 1592, though is the traditional land of the Chichimeca and Guachichil peoples.  Sadly, the namesake of the town no longer exists due to open pit gold mining; however, our short stop here will offer some insight into the history of the area, and the detriments of the mining industry.  We will arrive in Real de Catorce on time for dinner.  

If you are claustrophobic, please contact us about the Ogarrio Tunnel and watch the video posted below.  The Ogarrio Tunnel is nearly 2 KM long, is quite narrow and has a low ceiling.  Dimly lit with mine-shaft openings, it is a little creepy and some may find this experience terrifying, while the rest of us are thrilled!  We would like our guests to be aware this is the only way in and out of this enchanting ghost town - we promise the rewards are well worth it

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Real de Catorce

Meals are not included

HORSEBACK TO PUEBLO FANTASTMA

& WILLY JEEP TO WIRIKUTA PEYOTE DESERT

 

DAY 15:  Saturday February 13, 2021

Our guide Omar will meet us at the hotel this morning by 9 AM for a wonderful horseback ride up to Puebla Fantasma, which overlooks Real de Catorce.  This tour takes approximately 2 hours, and though it is slippery and steep, we will move at a walking pace.  If you have never ridden a horse before, please let us know beforehand, so we can discuss what you should expect.  Once we return to Real de Catorce, we will enjoy some free time to explore and have lunch.  We will meet again at 2 PM for our next adventure to the Peyote Desert in a 1950's Jeep Willy.   Hang onto your hats and enjoy this harrowing adrenaline rush down a ravine-side road, stopping at El Socavón de la Purísima Concepción, whiCh is an abandoned mine.  Our next stop is the Peyote Desert, known to the indigenous Wixaritari peoples as Wirikuta - or place where the sun was born.  Wirikuta has been the destination of an annual pilgrimage for as long as oral history reflects.  After exploring the desert, we will make our way back up the Hill of the Repentant to Real de Catorce, on time for dinner.      

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Real de Catorce

All Activities are included - Meals are not included

HORSEBACK TO CERRO QUEMADO

& EXPLORE REAL DE CATORCE

 

DAY 16:  Saturday February 14, 2021

Our guide Omar will meet us at the hotel this morning at 9 AM for our pilgrimage to the sacred Wixaratari temple at the top of Cerro Quemada, which means burnt hill.  This journey is more flat than our trek to Puebla Fantasma, but the foot-work can be tricky for the horses.  This excursion will take us about 3 hours return, and does included a short but steep climb to the temple.  If you are interested in beadwork, please bring cash.  The Shaman at the temple here does accept cash donations for a smudging, if this interests you.  Upon returning to Real de Catorce, we will have lunch before exploring Palenque Theatre, an old bull ring and the Capilla de Guadalupe Church.  Spend the afternoon browsing through galleries and shops of this magical ghost town.        

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Real de Catorce

All Activities are included - Meals are not included

ZACATECAS

TRAVERSE THE CACTUS DESERT

& RAFAEL CORONEL MUSEUM

 

DAY 17:  Friday February 15, 2021

This morning we will depart Real de Catorce at 9 AM for the UNESCO centro of Zacatecas.  Please note - there is only one bathroom stop along our four hour commute.  We will arrive to have lunch in Zacatecas before an afternoon at the Rafael Coronel Museum to see a fantastic mask collection, among many other fascinating exhibits that include Diego Rivera's work and pre-Hispanic pieces.  

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Zacatecas

Entrance fees included - Meals are not included

THE ANCIENT CITY OF LA QUEMADA

& ZACATECAS MUSEUM

 

DAY 18:  Sunday February 16, 2021

This morning we will head out to the ancient city of La Quemada.  Stacked up a hillside, this site is slightly steep to climb, but we will take it slowly.  Enjoy a translated private tour with one of the local guides, and some free time for taking photographs.  We will return to Zacatecas for lunch and a visit to the Zacatecas Museum to view a special collection of Wixaritari beadwork and art.        

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Zacatecas

All Activities are included - Meals are not included

MINA EL EDEN TO THE

HEIGHTS OF LA BUFA

 

DAY 19:  Monday February 17, 2021

This morning we will walk from our hotel up to the ancient Mina el Eden for a short train ride that will take us into the bowls of the earth, delivering us on the fourth level of the mine.  We will first visit a beautiful fossil collection before taking a guided tour of the mine site.  At the end, we will take an elevator that will raise us near the top of the hill for a gondola ride to La Bufa, which was the site of Pancho Villa's last battle. 

Our guide will transport us from La Bufa to lunch in nearby Guadalupe.  From there, we will visit the San Francisco Monastery to view an important and spectacular collection of paintings          

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Zacatecas

All Activities are included - Meals are not included

A DAY OF INTROSPECTION

AND CONTEMPLATION

 

DAY 20:  Tuesday February 18, 2021

This morning we will enjoy a champagne breakfast at 9 AM, followed by a day to explore Zacatecas on your own.  If you would prefer a guided tour, just let us know - our guide will be happy to take you on a walking tour.  Experience has taught us our guests often prefer to have their last day to explore at their own leisure.  This evening we will meet at 7 PM for our final dinner party.           

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Zacatecas

Optional walking tour included

Champagne Breakfast and The Last Supper are included

ALL JOURNEYS MUST COME

TO AN END

 

DAY 21:  Tuesday February 19, 2021

This morning we will depart Zacatecas on an early flight to Mexico City.  We will confirm your departure once your flight is booked, so you may schedule your return flight home. 

 

This concludes our 3 week tour!  We hope you have had a wonderful time, and will consider joining us for another tour!            

 

HOTEL LOCATION:  Does not Apply

Flight to CDMX Airport INcluded

TRIP INCLUSIONS & EXCLUSIONS

ACCOMMODATIONS

All accommodations are included

Tipping is customary

We recommend between $30-$50 MXP per night

MEALS & BEVERAGES

Any covered meals include the tip.

Alcoholic Beverages + tips are always separate

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All meals are separate, unless otherwise noted

Some hotels may include breakfast: TBA once tour is confirmed

TRANSPORTATION

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All Van Transportation is Included

Horseback Riding in Real de Catorce Included

Jeep Willy Ride to Wirikuta is Included

Train ride into Mina el Eden Included

Gondola Ride to La Bufa Included

Flight to Zacatecas from CDMX is Included

SIGHTS & ACTIVITIES INCLUDED

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Ancient City of Tula

Cerveceria Primus Brewery

Cava 57 Winery

Opal Mine in La Trinidad

Compania Vinicola San Patricio Winery

Cerveceria Opalo

Walking Tour of Queretaro Historical Centre

Ancient City of Canada de la Virgin & Museum

La Gruta Spa

Sanctuario de Jesus Nazareno

Ex-Hacienda & Santa Brigida Mine

Casa Venado Azul Instrument Studio

Rafael Gemstone Mine

Dos Buhos Winery

Walking Tour of San Miguel de Allende

Dolores Hidalgo

Cuna Tierra Winery

Mayolica Santa Rosa Pottery Studio

Museo Ex Hacienda of San Gabriel de Barrera

Walking Tour of Guanajuato City

Street Theatre Performance

Mummy Museum

Libertad Brewery

Lagos de Moreno UNESCO sites

Ojuelas de Jalisco UNESCO sites

Ex-Hacienda de Gargorron

Ex-Hacienda de Jaral de Berrio

Santa Maria del Rio Textile Collective

Walking Tour of San Luis Potosi

Cerro de San Pedro

Puebla Fantasma

Walking Tour of Real de Catorce

Cerro Quemado

Jeep Willy Ride to Wirikuta Peyote Desert

Rafael Coronel Museum

Ancient City of La Quemada

Zacatecas Museum

Mina el Eden

Gondola to La Bufa

San Francisco Monastery

Optional Walking Tour of Zacatecas 

CHARITABLE DONATIONS

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​We are still researching a charity for this tour.  Our goal is

to donate funds to the Wixaritari for their conservation efforts.

In the event that we cannot find a reputable charity, we will

make a donation to Hogar Irekani Orphanage in Morelia.

RESERVATIONS & CANCELLATIONS

RESERVATIONS

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We require a 100% non-refundable payment to confirm your reservation

due to our close departure date

 

CANCELLATIONS

Due to close departure time, we cannot refund cancellations. 

If you have a friend who can take your place, you may transfer your deposit

PAYMENT METHODS

For your payment, we will invoice you using:

Square

or

Paypal

If you have a Canadian account, you can e-transfer us at info@soulofmexicotours.com

For wire transfers, please contact us for our banking information

Square & Paypal accept all major credit cards and are recognized for secure online banking.  You do not need to divulge your information to us for payment. 

EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION 

YOUR EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION

We request emergency contact information from our guests, in the event that there is an accident or emergency.  Please ensure your next of kin has your medical insurance information.  If you would like to include your insurance provider contact information with your emergency contact, this can certainly be helpful in the event that something happens during our travels.

OUR CONTACT INFORMATION

Please give our contact information to your next of kin, in the event that a family member or friend needs to contact you due to an emergency.

Jennifer Bjarnason

Em:  info@soulofmexicotours.com

Whatsapp Text:  001 (778) 585 1882

Mexican Cell Text:  +52 (443) 639 2782

Thank you for your interest in this tour!  We truly look forward to exploring with you!

MEXICO'S SILVER ROAD PART 2 - DURANGO TO CHIHUAHUA