Our guides Adriana and Estephan were great. The pyramids are incredible and the home meal was excellent.
Book by January 7th, 2019, and travel by June 30th, 2019 to save 25% off our previously offered price!
Avoid the stress of navigating public transit on your own by meeting your guide at a centrally located metro station in Mexico City.
On arrival at Teotihuacan, begin your walk through the ancient “City of the Gods.” On this small-group tour capped at 12 people, you’ll avoid the large crowds that gather for museum-run tours. Listen to speculation on the mystery of who could have built the massive structures and then climb the Sun Pyramid for panoramic views of the Mexican Highlands.
After the tour, follow your guide to a neighboring town for a taste of pulque, an alcoholic beverage sacred to the Aztecs. From there, experience a side of Mexico rarely available to tourists at the home of a local family, where you sit down for a homemade meal in good company.
After dinner, join the guide on public transit for an easy trip back to Mexico City.
So glad we decided to book this tour. Julio and Esteban were awesome. Very knowledgeable about all of the history of not only the temples but the city, surrounding areas, you name it. We enjoyed the hospitality of two different local families including a drink...More
This tour was worth every penny.. and more! For under $50, this trip took you to the famed Teotihuacan Pyramids which included a history lesson. After ample time there, we were driven to the first family's home to learn about the drink "pulque" that comes...More
I was a bit hesitant about this tour, because I wasn't sure what the dinner component was, but a friend recommended this, and I'm glad we went. Adi was amazing. Knowledgeable, kind, and well informed on the pyramids, and Mexican culture (ancient and current). This...More
Scale of 1-10 it’s a perfect 10 start to finish! A must do on your list the trip is an hour drive from city and having our guide Julio was all the difference. His insight to history and points of interest kept me and our...More