Guanajuato & San Miguel de Allende
Join us to visit one of Mexico’s most scenically, historically and culturally rich cities, the breathtaking Guanajuato. On this trip we also take you to the home of the cry for Independence (Grito de la Independencia), Dolores Hidalgo and the incredibly popular San Miguel de Allende; all three of these cities lie within the state of Guanajuato.
In the 16th Century, Guanajuato was the richest city in Mexico due to its silver mines, which today serve as a great tourist attraction for the area. On our trip we visit one of these silver mines, as well as a tour of the city centre and its impressive architecture, the unique underground tunnel system, the mummy museum and much more!
In Dolores Hidalgo we learn about the history of the city and taste the unique and delicious ice creams! It was here that the priest, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, emitted the cry for Independence from the Spanish on the 16 September 1810. From here we head to the Magic town (Pueblo Mágico) of San Miguel de Allende, another delightful colonial city rich in history, culture and art; a must see for anyone interested in travelling in Mexico!
DATES & PRICES
March 4th – 10th 2019
Please contact us for itinerary – these dates also include Tequila, Magdalena, Leon and Guadalajara.
January 21st to 25th 2019
Same dates as above.
Please contact us for private tours.
BUCERIAS/PV & MELAQUE/MANZANILLO DEPARTURES:
$7,900 pesos per person based on double occupancy – regular tour.
$9,900 pesos per person for March date (extra days included on this tour).
$7,300 pesos per person based on double occupancy for 4 day tour (Jan and Feb dates)
$7,900 pesos per person based on double occupancy for 5 day tour (includes accommodation in Gdl on day 4) – Jan and Feb dates.
SINGLE PERSON SUPPLEMENT:
Melaque/PV departures: $2,000 Pesos
Chapala/Gdl departures: $1,500 Pesos
Above prices for Jan and Feb dates.
Transport, accommodation, breakfasts, 1 packed lunch & guide.
DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Tips* for guides, drivers or hotel staff, lunches or evening meals (with exception of packed lunch on day 1).
*Tip suggestions given on your itinerary, or check-out ‘tipping’ in our FAQs.
Low to medium* – slow pace walking with opportunity for regular stops, some slow uphill walking in both Guanajuato and San Miguel de Allende.
Sun screen, hat, long sleeves/jacket for evenings, comfortable walking shoes.
Warm during day time, cooler in evenings.
*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.