A professional bilingual local guide leads the group; all of the activities listed are included and managed by the local guide.
Mysterious ancient pyramids and quaint colonial casas. Bustling metropolises and sleepy surf pueblos. Inviting beaches and friendly faces. All this and more welcome you in sunny Mexico. Did you know that Mexico introduced the world to chocolate? Hot chocolate was the sacred drink of the Aztec. And we also have Mexico to thank for chilies and corn! Get a healthy dose of Spanish practice and tasty treats when you ask your host mom to teach you how to make tamales, tacos or mole. Oh my!
Speak: with local artisans while you admire the beautiful woven, silver and clay goods they handcraft.
Learn: a few words of Náhuatl, Mexico’s most commonly spoken indigenous language as you explore wondrous ancient ruins shrouded in legend and mystery.
Do: navigate Mexico City’s canals like the locals aboard a traijinera and take time to smell the roses at Latin America’s largest flower market nearby.