Was $1249  — Savings of 15% on Oct. 11, 2014
9 days,Mexico City to Mexico City

Indulge in the regional cuisines of Mexico, explore breathtaking colonial Puebla and Oaxaca, try out your salsa skills on the dance floor, get more from Mexico with a slow-paced trip.

Somehow, Mexico has become synonymous with boring resorts and crowded beaches. That’s not the Mexico we know. Come and experience ours on this 9-day journey into the country’s colonial past. Beginning in Mexico City, you’ll move on to Puebla and indulge in their famous spicy and chocolate-y mole sauce then explore Oaxaca’s pre-Spanish ruins and Baroque churches. Moving slowly, you'll have plenty of time to let this destination get under your skin.

What's Included

  • Puebla orientation walk. Oaxaca orientation walk. Cooking class with dinner. Mezcal factory tour. Local Oaxacan dinner. All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.
  • 3 dinners. (Allow USD240-320 for meals not included.)
  • Hotels (8 nts).
  • Public bus
  • Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout.
  • Small group experience; Max 16, avg 12

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Day 1 Mexico City

Arrive at any time.

Days 2-4 Oaxaca (2D)

Explore the markets of Oaxaca and enjoy an included cooking class to get a hands-on understanding of Mexican cuisine. After, visit a mezcal factory that produces the fiery "other tequila" which is this region's specialty. Enjoy a local dinner filled with rich flavours.

Days 5-6 Puebla (1D)

Drive to Puebla, famous for its hand-painted tiles, unique handicrafts, mouth-watering Mole Poblano (a spicy sauce made with cocoa and infinite varieties of chillies) and rich colonial history. Opt for a mole-making class and dinner at a local restaurant famed for featuring Puebla's seasonal specialties.

Days 7-8 Mexico City

Drive back to the capital for some time to explore this bustling city.

Day 9 Mexico City

Depart at any time.

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