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*Private Cultural Historical Experience City Market + Divers

1. *Private Cultural Historical Experience City Market + Divers

You will first head to the Fort of San Diego. You will then enjoy a guided visit at the Fort of San Diego, built in 1616 by the Spaniards to protect the port from pirates. It's the most important maritime fortress on the Pacific and part of a number of garrisons built by the Spanish Crown to protect their possessions in the New Spain from the attack of pirates. The museum exhibits Acapulco's History and the cultural interchange with East as well.  Visit the Municipal Market of Acapulco. The place where the locals get their groceries, fruits and vegetables, chicken, meat and fish. After you will be shown the Main Square and the Cathedral heading towards Diego Rivera’s Mural, created by the Mexican artist on the Front Facade of Casa de los Vientos, owned by the famous art collector and Diego's muse: Dolores Olmedo. Its a beautiful Mural dedicated to Quetzalcoatl. Enjoy a brief explanation of the Mural and then continue to La Quebrada. Here, enjoy the cliff Divers Show at La Quebrada, the impressive cliff with 112 ft of height is where brave natives perform a diving spectacle. The real challenge is finding the exact moment to jump. The admission from "the terrace" is included. You can also watch the show from La Perla restaurant inside El Mirador Hotel with a drink for only (10 USD per person approx.)

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San Diego Fort Municipal Market Visit and Cliff Divers Historical Tour

The Mercado Municipal was really an eye-opener, I had never been in a Mexican market before, and it was fascinating. There was so much to see— fresh produce and live roosters, gorgeous flowers. The one I enjoyed the best though was the witch doctor office with a lot of hard to describe products, which were a combination of herbal remedies and Santeria-type spells and prayers to saints. One of these stalls had a cage full of large live bugs, whose purpose I preferred not to ask about. The museum. One of my favorite places for absorbing Mexican history 'live and in person'. Among many other historic currents, it beautifully presents the history of the Nao de China or Manila Galleon, the ship that made a yearly trip between Acapulco and Manila, starting very early during the viceregal period. This site is SO worth a visit; I have honestly never seen anyone get bored here. Rogelio (Roger Dodger) was extremely courteous, knowledgeable and fun. I highly recommend this tour.

Great Historical Tour, Diving show & Municipal Market Visit

The tour was exactly as I expected it to be. Santiago one of my guides was a wealth of information about this fortress built during the XVII century. Our visit to the Acapulco Market was fantastic as well; that was my favorite part of the tour. Roger our driver brought us later to visit the city market, We get to see the authentic Mexico in there, not to mention the Diving exhibition was fantastic... All in all a highly recommended activity.

Great guides very helpful loving their work and country. Thank you.

Great guides very helpful loving their work and country. Thank you.