Mesoamerican Private Tour

An adventure through history!

Welcome to an exciting tour that includes colonial towns, ancient archaeological sites and amazing natural wonders, introducing you into the culture, magic and warmth of this beautiful country. On this tour, you will appreciate the Meso-American history, legends, traditions and rich heritage of local gastronomy mixed with the artistic expressions of modern Mexico.

Mesoamerica (from Greek: μέσος [mesos], “in between”)

This region is one of the richest historical and cultural areas in North America. It extends from approximately central Mexico through Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and northern Costa Rica. History states pre- Columbian societies flourished in these areas, before the Spanish colonization of the Americas in the 15th and 16th centuries.

A “Mother Culture” is a term for an earlier people’s culture that has a great and widespread influence on some later cultures and people. Though the original culture may fade, the mother culture’s influence grows for ages in the future. Meso-America is one of the five areas in the world, where an ancient civilization arose independently.


In the morning, we head towards the Cholula archaeological site. After exploring that site, we will continue to Santa Maria Tonantzintla, which is valued for its decoration known as “Indigenous Baroque.” Once arriving in Puebla, we will take a City Tour. Overnight in Puebla City.

Today, we start our City Tour by visiting a Talavera Ceramic Workshop. Then, we head to the El Rosario Chapel to experience the magnificent Mexican Baroque architecture within. Next, on a more casual tour of the Candy Street and enjoy the majestic architecture of this colonial city. Overnight in Puebla City.

On our way to Oaxaca City, we will visit the Biosphere Reserve of Tehuacan- Cuicatlan, the most recent inscription of Mexico in the UNESCO’s list of Humanities’ Heritage sites; this reserve protects Mexico’s varieties of cacti, which are considered endangered worldwide.

Overnight in Oaxaca City. 

In the morning, we will depart to Mitla archaeological site, the city of the Dead. After the tour, we will continue to visit a traditional Mezcal distillery to learn the artisanal process and enjoy some sampling. Finally, we will take a tour to a textile workshop at Teotitlan del Valle, where we will learn the mastery of artisanal dying and preparation of the wool. Overnight in Oaxaca City.

In our City Tour, we will explore the Temple and Former Convent of Santo Domingo, the most important architectonic ensemble in the city. Next, we will visit the museum, where are exhibited the jewels found at the Tomb No.7 in Monte Alban, considered the wealthiest discovery in Mexican archeology. Overnight in Oaxaca City.

Monte Alban was a Zapotec socio-political and economic center with great influence in the Oaxaca central valleys. In 1933 archaeologist, Antonio Caso and Eulalia Guzman discovered the Tomb No.7. Their discovery is considered the wealthiest burial offering ever found in Mexican history. Overnight in Tehuantepec, Oaxaca.

Before we arrive in San Cristobal de las Casas, we will take a boat tour through the Sumidero Canyon, where you will enjoy witnessing amazing natural wonders. We might be fortunate to see monkeys, crocodiles and various breeds of birds along the shoreline. Overnight in San Cristobal de las Casas

Enjoy today’s City Tour, when we visit the Ambar Museum, the Santo Domingo temple, the Cathedral, local markets, hidden eateries, cantinas, and plenty of street art and murals. Overnight in San Cristobal de las Casas.

Today, we will visit the famous villages of San Juan Chamula and Zinacantan where you will learn about the traditions, religious syncretism, beautiful arts and crafts and the warmth of the people. Overnight in San Cristobal de las Casas.

In the morning, we will visit the Tonina archaeological site, which possesses one of the largest pyramids in Mexico at 74 meters (243 ft) in height, it is taller than that of the Sun in Teotihuacan! Afterwards, we will continue to the Roberto Barrios waterfalls to cool off and enjoy the aquamarine – colored waterfalls. Overnight in Palenque.

Palenque is one of the most impressive and beautiful archaeological sites of the Maya civilization. We will admire the Palace, the temples and the site’s museum, where we can see a replica of the tomb of K’inich Janaab Pakal, found in 1952 by Alberto Ruz Lhullier. Overnight in Palenque

At the convenient time, we will head to the Palenque International Airport to continue with your journey home. Yet, your journey can continue with another tour with us! Please feel free to ask about other tours around the region. We would be happy to service you on another memorable tour.

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  • Mazda Z3, Viano Mercedes Benz or similar.
  • 10 nights accommodation in 3 & 4 stars or Petite Boutique hotel
  • Great gastronomy
  • Entrance fees to all the proposed activities
  • Bilingual licensed tour guide by SECTUR (Mexican Tourism Bureau)
  • Knowledgeable explanation of the history, legends and traditions of Mexico and the civilizations in Mesoamerica.
  • Guided service, commitment to your needs and interests, advice on any situation you may require orientation.
  • The certainty you are dealing with a professional, experienced company.
  • Professional driver
  • Insurance (Travellers should arrange their own medical and cancellation insurance)
  • Souvenir Water bottle and unlimited purified water refills
  • Onboard snacks


  • Airborne transportation before, during or after the tour
  • Accommodations before or after the tour
  • Optional activities
  • Souvenirs, meals or drinks
  • Personal expenses
  • Room service, drinks or beverages, telephone calls, gratuities, etcetera
  • Visas or entry / departure taxes.
  • Any other expenses not specified on the tour description.


Tour Type: Youth and Family, Cultural, Culinary, Nature Observation.

Transportation Method:  Mazda Z3, Viano Mercedes Benz or similar.

Activity Level: light, short walks on level ground, with some stairs to climb.

Kid Friendly: Yes. It is a great experience for kids of any age, they usually bring up the most interesting questions.


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