Enjoy the spectacular Copper Canyon on one of the world’s most exciting train rides! After a flight to Los Mochis we travel to the colonial town of El Fuerte for our first night. Our journey along the famous Copper Canyon Railway begins early the following day, boarding in El Fuerte and disembarking in the town of Bahuichivo for transfer to Cerocahui; the base for our trip to see the breathtaking Urique Canyon and to visit a Tarahumara boarding school.
On day three we take in more stunning views as we travel from Bahuichivo to the famous Hotel Mirador, where we spend two nights on the edge of the canyon, and EVERY ROOM HAS VIEW! From here we enjoy a visit to traditional Tarahumara cave dwellings, the Piedra Volada (flying rock) viewpoint and offer optional extras such as a cable car ride, zip lining or the famous Zip Rider!
The final part of our trip includes a transfer to Chihuahua, where we offer a city tour and spend our final night before flying home.
DATES & PRICES
Please note: these dates may be subject to change by 1 – 2 days
ALL DEPARTURE POINTS:
January 21st – 26th 2021
Feburary 18th – 23rd 2021
March 18th – 23rd 2021
March 11th – 16th – Guided in French
Please note: the following prices were for the Oct 2019 – March 2020 season; updated prices will be posted before October 2020:
$25,800 pesos per person based on double occupancy.
Please note, this includes round-trip flights from Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo or Guadalajara.
SINGLE PERSON SUPPLEMENT:
Transport (including flights*), accommodation, 12 meals, train ride, guide & tips for bell boys, waiters & maids.
*Round trip flights are included from one of the following airports: Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo or Guadalajara
DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Tips* for guides, drivers and bar bills (tips for waiters based on your bar bill are not included).
Low to medium* – slow pace walking tours, OPTIONAL walk to Tarahumara cave homes (down steep stairs) and around rim of canyon (this walk is more difficult as it involves some uphill walking on dirt path).
Optional zip lining: for series of 7 zip lines difficulty level is medium, including walks between zip lines and over suspension bridges, for Zip Rider (one long zip line) difficulty level is high, including approximately 45 minutes walking uphill with steep steps from the bottom of the zip rider to the cable car station.
Sun screen, warm clothing for evenings, comfortable walking shoes.
Warm during day time, considerably cooler in evenings from Cerocahui onwards.
*Please note that each of our tours is tailored to the needs of the over 50s and our difficulty levels are simply comparative to our other tours. If you are in doubt as to whether or not this tour is suitable for you, please contact us for more information.