Guerrero
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  • Mexico City: Private Cacahuamilpa Caves and Taxco Tour

    1. Mexico City: Private Cacahuamilpa Caves and Taxco Tour

    The first stop on your tour will be to the caves of Cacahuamilpa. You will enter through the huge rock door to contemplate the majestic scenery formed by the erosion of the water and the movements of the earth. You will then walk through the corridors and enjoy the sensation of penetrating the mountain to discover figures of animals, faces, buildings, and the customs of the Chontal tribes to honor their gods of the underworld. You will then go to the magical town of Taxco to eat at the Hotel Monte Taxco. After lunch, you can take the cable car (not included). Following this, you will take a walk through the city and visit the oldest mining center on the continent, which still stores silver mines that date back to the Colonial Era. Next, you will visit the ex-convent of San Bernardino and the Temple of Santa Prisca, which is a clear example of the fact that the town still retains its col...

    Awesome tour. We went on a day trip to the Cacahuamilpa caves and Taxco . Our guide, Javier picked us up on time . He was courteous , attentive and responsive. Javier translated what the official guide at the caves was saying in Spanish- so we were able to enjoy the tour of the caves and appreciate its awesome beauty even more. Next we went to Taxco. Had a truly authentic Mexican meal at the La Noche Estrellada . After lunch, we visited one of the oldest churches. Renovation work was going on but it was still beautiful to see. In Taxco, a local guide was there to explainh about the buildings and statues we saw downtown and around the central plaza. Had enough time to buy souvenirs and browse the silver jewellery stores . The guides on the tour were happy to share their knowledge of local history and culture an answer any questions we had . Would definitely recommend this tour with Travis Adventures.

  • Xtasea Zipline: Turtle Release, Horseback Ride, Croc Farm

    2. Xtasea Zipline: Turtle Release, Horseback Ride, Croc Farm

    Combine nature with adventure on this jam-packed guided adventure tour. After getting picked up from your hotel in Acapulco, head to the Xtasea Zipline, the world's longest over-ocean zipline. Here, reach speeds of up to 120 km/h as you fly over 100 meters above the ocean. Later, visit the most beautiful beach in town and enjoy a 1-hour horseback ride along the deserted shores of the bay. Finally, head to a culturally-rich Afro Mexican village. Get the opportunity to release a baby turtle into the Pacific Ocean at a turtle releasing ceremony at a certified sustainable turtle camp. At the end of the day, get dropped off back at your hotel in Acapulco.

    I truly enjoyed the experience and the tour guides efforts to make sure that we had a good time at each stop on the tour.

  • Morelos: Zoofari Centro de Conservación Entry Ticket

    3. Morelos: Zoofari Centro de Conservación Entry Ticket

    Visit Zoofari with ease with an official attraction ticket. Be amazed by the animals and make unforgettable memories. Head to the ticket booth with your voucher to access the park and collect your audio guide. Buy some food to feed the animals, then explore the six sections of the safari circuit as many times as you like. Begin with the first section, where you will find giraffes, African elephants, hippos, monkeys, swans, and more. Continue to section two to observe buffalo, deer, and sheep, which you can feed from your car. Visit section three for the big cats, as well as ostriches, crocodiles, and hyenas. Next, head to section four to see blue wildebeest, white lions, and leopards. Then, take in section five, home to animals such as zebra and gaur. Finally, flamingos, black swans, and sloths await in section six. After exploring the safari to your heart's content, visit the jaguar ...

  • Acapulco: Chapel of Peace, Turtle Release & Optional Zipline

    4. Acapulco: Chapel of Peace, Turtle Release & Optional Zipline

    This new zip line attraction crosses Puerto Marquez Bay over the Pacific Ocean, and is the "largest over-water" adrenaline rush in the world. Come and experience this once in a lifetime adventure. The zip line sits at a height of 328 feet above the water and you'll be provided with all the necessary safety equipment so you'll feel secure as you fly through the sky. Then, you'll get the chance to visit the Chapel of Peace which is the highest point of observation to the Bay of Santa Lucia. Enjoy one of the most beautiful places in Acapulco in the company of your personal and private expert tour guide.   The last stop on the tour will be at a Sea Turtle Conservation Camp, where you'll learn all about their mission for the conservation and the well-being of sea turtles. After learning what they're doing to preserve this endangered species, you will proceed to the ocean where you'll help r...

    It is worth every penny spent! Amazing tour guides. The release of turtles was one of my favorite parts seeing the joy and excitement on my wife’s face! The zip lining was also a huge plus. Also spending time touring the city before the activities and learning about the culture and architecture of the buildings was amazing. Overall if I could give 10 stars I would!

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What people are saying about Guerrero

Private tour led by Francisco, owner of the company. First you arrive at the Cacahuamilpa Grottoes where the group tour is made with guides from the site. For more than two kilometers you can see the rock formations and at the end you have to return the same distance. Later we went to eat at the Montetaxco Hotel-Spa where you have an impressive view of the entire city of Taxco, and from there we went down on the cable car. Then we arrive at the center where the Plaza Borda and the Santa Prisca Church are. Unfortunately the local boy who was supposed to show us around was in a hurry and left us stranded after taking us to an uninteresting silver flea market and a viewpoint from where you can see the Christ of Taxco. Going down behind Santa Prisca there is a very large handicraft store known as Casa de la Mascaras that has a unique variety. Finally wandering around we went by the car and passed by the very beautiful Chapel of the Holy Trinity.

Awesome tour. We went on a day trip to the Cacahuamilpa caves and Taxco . Our guide, Javier picked us up on time . He was courteous , attentive and responsive. Javier translated what the official guide at the caves was saying in Spanish- so we were able to enjoy the tour of the caves and appreciate its awesome beauty even more. Next we went to Taxco. Had a truly authentic Mexican meal at the La Noche Estrellada . After lunch, we visited one of the oldest churches. Renovation work was going on but it was still beautiful to see. In Taxco, a local guide was there to explainh about the buildings and statues we saw downtown and around the central plaza. Had enough time to buy souvenirs and browse the silver jewellery stores . The guides on the tour were happy to share their knowledge of local history and culture an answer any questions we had . Would definitely recommend this tour with Travis Adventures.

We liked it a lot, the zip line is incredible, everything was excellent and the attention and explanation of the guides was very good, we would definitely return to another tour on our next trip

We had a super friendly tour guide. The caves were very impressive and Taxco was exciting and beautiful. Definitely worth a recommendation.

I truly enjoyed the experience and the tour guides efforts to make sure that we had a good time at each stop on the tour.