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Itinerary

Guadalajara/Tequila

Guadalajara is a vibrant city in western Mexico known for its rich culture, delicious cuisine, and colorful architecture. It's the capital of the state of Jalisco and is often referred to as the "Pearl of the West". Visitors to Guadalajara can explore historical landmarks such as the Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady and the Hospicio Cabañas, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. They can also immerse themselves in local traditions by attending a mariachi concert or sampling tequila at one of the city's many tequila bars.

Tequila, on the other hand, is a small town located in the state of Jalisco, just a short distance from Guadalajara. It's famous for being the birthplace of the world-renowned spirit, tequila. Visitors can take a tour of a tequila distillery and learn about the history and production process of the drink. They can also visit the town's charming streets and colorful buildings, which have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tequila is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in the history and culture of Mexico, as well as those who enjoy a good tequila cocktail.

Cost: $ 700*

Start City: Guadalajara

End City: Guadalajara

Duration: 6 Days 5 Nights

Visiting Attractions: Guadalajara, Tequila, Tlaquepaque, Chapala, Ajijic

Desert Plants

Day 1

  • ​Meet tour director at Guadalajara airport

  • Check-in to lodging

  • Local sightseeing

  • Shopping, free time, dinner

Day 2

  • Shuttle pick-up from lodging (9 or 10 am)

  • Trip to Tequila with stop at Agave fields for pictures

  • Arrive at Tequila, distillery tour with tasting

  • Lunch on your own and free time in Tequila

  • Return to Guadalajara with stop for famous Cantaritos Tequila drinks, return to lodging

Day 3

  • Walk to Mercado San Juan de Dios (largest indoor  market in Latin America, a lot of shopping and food)

  • Shopping and exploring including Magno Centro Joyero (largest gold and silver market in Mexico)

  • Travel to Tlaquepaque for a walking tour with guide

  • Free time for shopping and eating on your own

Day 4

  • Shuttle pick up from the lodging and begin trip to Chapala, Ajijic

  • Stop at el rancho de Vicente Fernandez

  • Visit el Pueblo Mágico de Ajijic

  • See Lake Chapala, the largest lake in Mexico

  • Visit the town of Chapala, Malecon

  • Return for dinner on your own, free time

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Day 5

  • Charro tour at Entre Charros (3-4hrs)

  • Free time for lunch and shopping in El Centro, near La Catedral

  • Sunset walking tour of historical and cultural important sites downtown (5:30-7)

  • Free time to explore 

  • Return to lodging

Day 6

  • Shuttle to airport

  • Adios Guadalajara!

Program Costs*

  • This trip is planned on a minimum of 6 travellers, 10 maximum.  If less sign up, fees go up.

  • Program costs are $700 per person

  • I will be with the group the entire time of this trip for peace of mind

  • The itinerary is flexible in case of changing plans or tastes, but this may change the costs of the trip

  • $200 dollar non-refundable deposit 

*All costs are subject to change based on dates and availability

Lodging

  • Group lodging in a private, secure, well located apartment or house

  • Perfect for families or  groups who want a little more space

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What's Included

  • Local ground transportation

  • Lodging

  • Entrances

  • Full-time tour director

  • Expert local guides

  • Flexible itinerary and small-group experiences

What's not included

  • Flights (to and from Guadalajara)

  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Spending money

  • Tips to guide and driver ($10 dollars per day per person average)

  • ​Passport and visa fees

Program Cost:$700.00*

*Price increases closer to travel date

By clicking "Sign-up" I agree to the Terms and Conditions and authorize EPEXCURSIONS LLC to process my application and bill my credit card for the amount stated above.

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