>> Duration:

 14 Hours

>> Itinerary:

 

6:00hrs - 19:00hrs

>> Participants:

2 - 8 Persons #

 

>> Activities Included: <<

 

1. Visit to Tepoztlan and Breakfast on its Regional Market

 

2. Hiking on The Tepozteco Mountain, Visit to The Archeological Zone and to The Coati Natural Sanctuary

 

3. Visit to the "Ex-Convento de la Natividad" Old Church & Prehispanic Art Museum

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Visit to Tepoztlan and Breakfast on its Regional Market

 

 

Tepoztln is a Magical Town located in the State of Morelos at the foot of the Tepozteco one of the most emblematic of Mexico, this mountain is known for being the birthplace of Quetzalcatl, the Aztec god represented by the feathered serpent.

 

Tepoztlan is also known for its exquisite typical regional food, its artesian market, its Museum of Pre-Hispanic Art & nbsp; and an Ex-Convent dating from the XV century, one of the most ancient in Mexico declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

 

If you want to have the experience to visit a typical Mexican town, enjoy a day in nature, try the typical food of the region and spend an unforgettable day, without a doubt Tepoztlan is a destination that you must know.

 

 

>> We will know the Town Magico de Tepoztlan and we will have our breakfast in the regional market, where we will be able to find a great variety of typical food of the region and walk to through the streets of this amazing place.

 

                

 

 

 

 

 

2. Hiking on The Tepozteco Mountain, Visit to The Archeological Zone and to The Coati Natural Sanctuary

 

 

 

Place where Quetzalcoatl was born, El Tepozteco is one of the most incredible and beautiful that there is in Mexico, it is part of the Biological Corridor Chichinautzin, a mountain chain that connects with the Volcanic Axis Transversal and with the Sierra Madre del Sur, forming a chain of mountains that it crosses the center of the country, which in turn generates a highly variable amount of ecosystems and a large amount of biodiversity, however what makes it unique to this mountain is the pyramid that was built on its top, dedicated to the god Aztec Tepoztecatl.

 

 

> We will carry out a tour to climb the Tepozteco mountain, where we can enjoy nature, biodiversity and where we can observe incredible landscapes from the highest parts of this mountain, as well We will know the Tepoztecatl Pyramid and we will have the opportunity to visit the Coates natural sanctuary that has been formed in it, where if we are lucky we will be able to admire and observe them closely.

 

         

 

       

          

 

 

 

3. Visit to the "Ex-Convento de la Natividad" Old Church & Prehispanic Art Museum

 

 

The Ex-Convent of the Natividad was built by the indigenous Tepoztecos on the orders of Dominican friars between the years 1530 and 1540, in order to dedicate it to the Virgin of the Nativity, which is why it is known as the Nativity Museum.

 

In 1993, the National Institute of Anthropology and History developed a restoration and It has currently been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, at the be one of the first churches built by the Spanish to conquer in America, likewise the convent has the Museum of Pre-Hispanic Art where we will have the opportunity to know various works of art and crafts prehispanic originating from Tepoztlan before the conquest.

 

 

> We will carry out a tour of the Ex-Convent of the Nativity to be able to admire the beautiful architecture of this place and visit the Art Museum Pre-Hispanic through a guided tour.

 

                         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tepoztlan Magic Town & Tepozteco Mountain Hiking Adventure

 

 

>> 2 Persons:

$1200 MXN p.p

 

 

>> 3 Persons:

$1100 MXN p.p

 

>> 4 - 12 Persons:

$950 MXN p.p

 

Minors From 6 to 12 Aos:

$950 MXN p.p

 

 

Conservation Fees are Per Person and Includes the Following:

 

 >>> Transportation - CDMX - Tepoztlan - CDMX

>> Tour of the Chichinautzin Reserve and Climbing to Tepozteco


>> Entrance to the Tepozteco Archaeological Zone


>> Entrance and Tour of the Ex-Convent of the Nativity


>> Entrance and Tour of the Museum of Pre-Hispanic Art


>> Free Time to Tour the Magical Town and Buy Crafts

>> Full Breakfast


Various Options to Choose from Regional Food or Eggs to Taste and a Drink to Chooser

 

 

 

Departing Points:

 

 

>> Auditorio Nacional

(National Auditorum)

 

>> Centro Comercial Perisur

(Perisur Mall)

 

>> Mexico City South Bus Station

(Taxquea Subway Line 2)

 

Departing Time:

6:00 AM

 

 

 

Transportation From Your Hotel / Hostal / Airb&b to the Departing Point:

 

We have the option to send you an Uber to the place you are staying with a 50% of discount or give you the indications to get to the departing point in subway and/or public transportation.

 

 

 

 

 

Conservation fees help us to continue with our conservation and environmental education programs