ROADTRIP! Voyage Through Vibrant Mexico: A Journey of Culture, Cuisine, and Contrasts with a Native Speaker

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What's special?
special Seeing many places in Mexico
special bacalar
special holbox
I will be in mexico starting June 5 2024 and i will be around exploring and traveling so if you wanna join me anytime before this date that can also be arrange, if you also just wanna join for less days or just the weekend that can also can be arrange. Embarking on a captivating journey through Mexico, where every turn reveals a tapestry of vibrant colors, rich history, and diverse landscapes. Traveling along the Caribbean coast, soaking up the sun on the pristine beaches of Tulum, holbox, bacalar, playa del carmen and more; and snorkel in the crystal-clear waters of the Great Maya Reef. No trip to Mexico would be complete without indulging in its world-renowned cuisine. From street tacos to haute cuisine, savor the diverse flavors of Mexico, from the fiery salsas of Oaxaca to the delicate seafood dishes of the Yucatán. In this trip we will be exploring many parts of mexico starting our adventure in Mexico City, a bustling metropolis brimming with energy and culture. Explore the historic center, where colonial architecture stands alongside ancient Aztec ruins, and wander through the bustling markets filled with tantalizing street food and artisanal crafts. We will be doing day trips to different cities, and to the Caribbean side where will be staying around the beaches and enjoying the sunny days. Some of the places we will be checking out Mexico DF Puebla Oaxaca Grutas de Tolantongo Tulum Holbox Bacalar Cancun

About Me! Hi yall! Im marie, I'm from Venezuela half colombian tho, currently a Nomad, i lived in Europe for 12 years and now going around. I'm 31 years old, an aries a free spirit, and a social butterfly i love meeting new people and to know new cultures and languages. Im very open minded and easy going person. I travel the world with my dog Sammy (pug 5 years old) sometimes he joins the trip sometimes not. also a big foodie! I'm a great cook but i also love eating out. Currently I'm speaking 4 languages and learning Chinese at the moment.

Accommodation will be choose depending on how many people signs up for the trip. You can choose between and sharing bedroom with twins bed or upgrade to a private bedroom for an extra price. Because this is a road trip thru the country we will be staying in hostels, and our last days in tulum we will be staying in a nice house. Any questions about the trip? You can let me know in the Q&A section!

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Native speaker guide
some meals
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Trip Itinerary

Mexico City

Day 1-5
Our first meeting point will be Mexico CDMX we will be here 4 days, and we will do one day trip to san miguel allende. Day 1-3: Mexico City Start your road trip in Mexico City, exploring iconic landmarks like the Zócalo, Chapultepec Castle, and Frida Kahlo Museum. Wander through the vibrant neighborhoods of Condesa and Roma, known for their eclectic cafes, street art, and boutique shops. Indulge in delicious street food at local markets and taco stands, sampling classics like tacos al pastor and quesadillas. Optional day trip: San miguel allende, Grutas de Tolantongo!.

San Miguel de Allende

Day 5
one day trip to san miguel from CDMX San Miguel de Allende is a picturesque colonial town nestled in the heart of Mexico's central highlands, renowned for its charming cobblestone streets, colorful buildings, and rich cultural heritage. Here's how you could spend a memorable day exploring this enchanting destination:


Day 5-6
Day 4-5: Puebla and Cholula Hit the road towards Puebla, stopping in Cholula to explore the Great Pyramid and its surrounding colonial town. Discover Puebla's historic center, known for its colorful buildings, ornate churches, and Talavera pottery. Don't miss tasting Puebla's culinary delights, including mole poblano, chiles en nogada, and cemitas sandwiches.


Day 6-7
Day 6-7: Oaxaca Journey south to Oaxaca, a UNESCO World Heritage city renowned for its rich culture, cuisine, and arts. Explore the bustling markets of Oaxaca City, such as Mercado 20 de Noviembre and Mercado Benito Juárez, for authentic food and crafts. Visit archaeological sites like Monte Albán and Mitla to delve into Oaxaca's ancient history and Zapotec heritage. Sample traditional Oaxacan dishes like tlayudas, mole negro, and mezcal, the region's famous spirit.


Day 7-8
Day 8-9: Chiapas (San Cristóbal de las Casas) Drive through scenic landscapes to reach San Cristóbal de las Casas, a charming colonial town nestled in the mountains. Explore the town's cobblestone streets, vibrant markets, and colonial churches. Take a day trip to indigenous villages like San Juan Chamula and Zinacantán to experience local customs and traditions.


Day 8-14
Our last days we will be in Tulum on the Caribbean coast and relax on its pristine beaches with turquoise waters. Explore the archaeological site of Tulum, perched on a cliff overlooking the sea. Optional activities include snorkeling in cenotes, visiting eco-parks like Xel-Há or Xcaret, or indulging in beachside dining. From tulum we will do a day trip to Bacalar and Holbox.
Trip Summary
Hotel & Hostel & Apartments
14 days trip
Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende & 4 more
Car, Plane
What's excluded?
car rental
food and drinks
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