México’s perfect white sand beaches, rugged canyons, tropical jungles, and arid plains are inhabited by some of the world’s nicest people, all of whom enjoy some of the world’s best food. The same is true for México’s megacities, colonial hamlets, and dusty outposts. Our neighbor to the south truly has it all, yet few visitors experience the real México. Our programs will show travelers the true fabric of México, from small food stalls of México City to pre-Columbian Zapotec ruins, as we travel between México City and the cultural breadbasket of Oaxaca. With traveler safety foremost in mind, we will challenge students to view México in a different light by introducing them to natural and historical wonders, and reward ingthem with the adventure of a lifetime.
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Check out some of the possible featured experiences of your coming adventure! Each customized itinerary is unique, but these are just a few of the activities which may be available during your program.
Immerse yourself in the local language and culture by staying with a host family
Stop in the colonial town of Cholula
Hike the impressive pyramids of the Sun and Moon at Teotihuacán
Immerse yourself in Mexican culture, food, language, art, history, and nature
Contribute towards a meaningful service project at a children's shelter
During our trip in Costa Rica I loved that our trip leader took the students’ ideas and incorporated side adventures just for them. This small piece made the trip more than we could have ever asked for.