Adventures independent and group Package tour.
Minimum 2 Maximum 12 pax
Teotihuacan Pyramids - Hierve el Agua - Agua Azul - Misol Ha - Palenque Ruins - Uxmal - Chichen Itza - Cancun - Havana - Vinales - Santa Clara - Cienfuegos - Trinidad.
The Package The wonders of Mexico and Cuban Culture Tours, its inspired for you to see and explore the incredible experience of locals, real experience so that see the best destination of Mexico and Cuba, get organized your trip in advance so that you will enjoy your trip!!
Start/End : Mexico City / Havana City
Local Flight: Cancun To Havana
Tour Guide: You Get local guides for included activities
Highlight: Mexico city- Oaxaca Hierve el Agua - San Cristobal de las Casas - Agua Azul - Misol Ha - Palenque Ruins - Campeche - Merida - Uxmal - Chichen Itza - Cancun - Havana - Vinales - Santa Clara - Cienfuegos - Trinidad.
Group Size: Minimum 1 Maximum 12 pax
Physical Rate: 3/5.
Trip style: Adventures independent and group Package tour.
Age Required: 15 - 80
you can arrive at anytime in Mexico city, one of our representative will meet at the airport to your hotel in Zocalo.
Today our local partner will meet you in the reception of your hotel to Take first in the # cultures and later you will take in Guadalupe Shrine your details history of Diego, finallly you will experience of the Huge Pyramids of Teotihuacan Azteca Remainders.
You will travel Mexico Tapo to Oaxaca city centre by a first class public autobus for 9 hours, so will be the full day trip.
Today our local partner will pick you up in your hotel reception for your Hierve el agua, Mezcal factory, and the Azteca Remainders of Monte Alba.
Today in the centre of Oaxaca you will take the frist classes public bus to San Cristobal de las Casas, this trips runs normally and safely at night.
Today you will have the Tour of Caynon of Sumire for you amaizing trip and chiapas de Corzo as mayan villages.
today our local partner will pick you up from Hotel reception at 6 am to transferr you in the first activities of Agua Azul cascades, time for swin and make pictures. later you will go to Misol ha the longer Water fall, and finally a Palenque ruins..
Today you can enjoy your staying in Palenque ruins, on you own, later you will take an overnight bus from Palenque to Merida.
Today our local partner will meet you at the reception to Transfer you in National archeological site, Uxmal, where you explore the real aducational experience of the Palaces, ruins and temples of Mayan Classics.. later you will go to Kaba for another experience of Mayan Remainders, Later you will get back to Merida for you next night.
Addition: at night you can walk at the plesure cities of Merida, its really Colonial city with many histories. why not try it the good beers call Montejo, or take a Local nice cities tours by the Cuircuit bus.
Today at 9 am, our local partner will meet to transfer you in Chichen Itza Park for you half day tour and later you will be transfer to Cancun city.
Arrive in Havana at any time. Today is the arrival day of the tour so there are no planned activities and you can check into the hotel and relax or go and explore the city. One of the oldest cities in the Western Hemisphere, Havana was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982. Adventure among the splendorous crumbling architecture of the streets of old Havana and sit on the famous sea wall (El Malecon) to take in the view and some fresh air, and to socialize with the colourful and friendly 'Habaneros'.
Before departing Havana, we have a guided walking tour of the historic centre of Havana (approx 2 hours). An image of the valley of Viñales, Cuba From Havana to Viñales its about a 4 hour drive, and on the way we usually stop for lunch. Surrounded by picturesque limestone pincushion hills (“mogotes”), Viñales is a small and culturally rich village, with friendly and welcoming residents and wide variety of outdoor activities available. Exploring caves, hiking, biking, horseback riding or simply enjoying the views of the valley and sprawling tobacco fields below are all options. Viñales is one of the more agriculturally productive areas, so an abundance of local seasonal fruit and vegetables is always on offer such as enormous avocados and mangoes, pineapples, papaya, guava, and a several varieties of sweet potatoes. Its one of the cooler areas of Cuba, so its also a nice escape from the hotter parts of the country. The nightlife is very active in this village with the local residents more than willing participants in dancing to the local live music.
We head back past Havana to the French founded city of Cienfuegos through the densely vegetated Peninsula de Zapata swamp-lands, and along the beautiful Bay of Pigs. This is where the landing of counter-revolutionary exile militia occured in 1961. There is a musuem here that recounts the events of this conflict which resulted in the first defeat of a U.S backed take-over in Latin America. We will also make stops at a beautiful swimming hole (cenote) which resembles a huge natural tropical fish tank, and if the conditions are favourable, at beach for snorkelling. Cienfuegos appeal lies partly in the European flavour of its colonial hub, with a wide Parisian-style boulevard and elegant colonnades, and there is an ambience to inspire Cuba’s most celebrated Son singer to write the words “Cienfuegos is the city I like best”.
For many visitors to Cuba, Trinidad is their standout favourite destination. No other colonial city in Cuba is so well preserved, and the local residents are extremely friendly and festive. Trinidad is steeped in religiosity, none the least of which is Santeria, which is one of several Afro-Cuban religions. The thing however that visitors most love about Trinidad is the nightlife. There are no less than 10 live music venues all within a short walking distance. Many of these have lovely outdoor settings, in courtyards, and within the walls of old colonial ruins. We are near the lovely Valle de los Ingenios (Valley of Sugarmills) and Playa Ancón - where you can enjoy long stretches of unspoiled, white sand beaches. Scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming in waterfalls, and horse-riding are other optional activities.
On the way back to Havana we stop in at the town of Santa Clara, a key city in the Cuban Revolution. Upon entering Santa Clara, there is a huge statue of Ernesto Ché Guevara, to commemorate his death and that of the revolutionaries who died along with him in Bolivia. There is also a museum here dedicated to his amazing life Its one final night of the tour in Havana, and your tour guide will have some suggestions for a farewell dinner and fun night out.
Today you are free to depart at anytime.