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$915 Cultural & Theme Tours

Colonial Treasures, Four City, 10-Day Tour from Mexico City

Day 1: Arrival transferWelcome and transfer from Mexico City “Benito Juarez” international airport to the hotel of your choice and accommodationDay 2: Mexico City, Queretaro, San Miguel de Allende (B) Departure to Querétaro. Visit San Miguel’s Parish with the Holy House Chapel, the San Francisco church and the Allende´s house.Day 3: San Miguel, Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato (B)Departure to Dolores Hidalgo. Then, visit to Guanajuato to see its streets and subterranean avenues. See the classic "callejoneada" accompanied by students dressed in typical clothes, singing and playing music through the streets and alleys. Other attractions are the Museum of Don Quixote, and the Guanajuato Mummies.Day 4: Guanajuato - Zacatecas (B)Head to Zacatecas, a World Heritage Site. From "La Bufa" Hill you will be able to appreciate an interesting panoramic view of the city. We will descend in funicular and afterwards an educational visit of the mine of Eden.Day 5: Zacatecas - Guadalajara (B)Continue on to Guadalajara the capital of state of Jalisco, where tequila and mariachi were born. Day 6: Guadalajara, Tequila (B)Departure from the City of Guadalajara to visit the Tequila town. Day 7: Guadalajara, Patzcuaro, Morelia (B) Depart from Guadalajara to Patzcuaro which in the Purépecha language it means “The door to heaven”. Accommodation in Patzcuaro or Morelia, according to the operation.Day 8: Morelia - Mexico City (B)Visit Morelia, a World Heritage site, worldwide known for its student habitat and its magnificent colonial constructions of “pink cantera”: the Cathedral, the Government Palace, Clavijero Palace, the Major Plaza, the market of typical candies and the Aqueduct. Departure to Mexico City. Day 9: Mexico City (B)Start a city tour visiting the Cultural and Historic Heritage downtown district. Later, you will visit Chapultepec Park and one of the most important Residential areas of Mexico City, and the "Pink Zone".Day 10: Departure Transfer At the time indicated, transfer to the airport to board your return flight home.Hotel Options:Four-Star HotelsMexico City - Galeria Plaza or Hampton Inn (depending on time of the year)San Miguel de Allende - Mision or similarGuanajuato - Emporio or similarGuadalajara- De Mendoza or similarMorelia – Mision or similarFive-Star HotelsMexico City - Geneve or similar (depending on time of the year)Note: Five-star hotel options are in Mexico City only. Hotels in the rest of the towns all four-star.

$1595 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Snorkel and Sea Turtle Adventure!

Day 1 (Tues, Oct. 15): Arrival • Our drivers will pick you up at the Cabo (SJD) or La Paz (LAP) airport and transfer you to the ship in La Paz. Anticipate a beautiful 2.5 hour drive from the Cabo Airport. • Once guests have boarded the ship we will depart for the islands. Day 2 - 6: At Sea • Today we begin our adventure at sea. Areas to be explored include; Isla Espiritu Santos, Isla Partida, Isla San Francisco, Isla San Jose and Isla Pardito. • On day 6 we disembark the boat at 9:00 am and transfer to our day boat to snorkel with the whale sharks. When we return we will check into the Hotel Catedral for a 2 night stay. Day 7: Beach and Land Adventure • Early morning start to head to the area of nesting turtles where we will participate in a sea turtle hatchling release. Enjoy time for shopping & lunch at one of the small towns on the east cape. Day 8 (Tues, Oct. 22): Departure • Hotel check out, our drivers will return you to the Cabo or La Paz Airport for your return flight home.

$1695 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Journey to the Sea of Cortez and Whale Sharks

Day 1: (Nov. 4)Today we will pick you up at Los Cabos (SJD) or La Paz (LAP) airports (hotel pick-ups can be organised for an additional charge). For those joining in Los Cabos you will take the beautiful 2.5hr drive to the ship in La Paz. Once everyone is onboard we will depart for the islands! Day 2-4:We will spend these days at sea, exploring the islands of Espiritu Santos, Partida, San Francisco, San Jose and Pardito. Each day you can choose which activities you would like to participate in. Day 5: (Nov. 8)Today we say goodbye. Disembarkation is at 9:00 am and you will be transferred back to the Los Cabos or La Paz airports. Planned Activities:Onboard you will have the opportunity to participate in the following: SnorkellingKayakingWildlife encounters Cultural interaction with the local peopleEducation of desert Island flora and fauna

$102.65 Private & Custom Tours

Vancouver City Explorer Private Tour

The duration of the tour is approximately 5 hours, starts at 10.00 am. Enjoy a complimentary pick up  at your hotel, or cruise terminal in our luxurious Mercedes Benz Sprinter van. The tour include 18 places of interest, the best Vancouver has to offer:- Coal Harbour, with its scenic views of the North Shore; - Marine Building, famous for its art decor; - Vancouver Art Gallery, home to a permanent collection of beautiful paintings by Emily Carr, a Post-Impressionist and Modernist painter; - Robson Street, the most highly acclaimed shopping street in Vancouver with many shops and restaurants; - Stanley Park, the largest and most beautiful urban park in North America; - English Bay, with stunning views of the ocean and its surrounding beach area; - Vanier Park, enjoy the sheer beauty of False Creek, the North Shore, Straits of Georgia, visit the Museum of Vancouver, the Maritime Museum, our “Yellow Submarine”, and marvel the Centennial Totem Pole; - Granville island, a must visit for first time visitors to Vancouver – old workshops, mills, warehouses, all transformed into unique gift shops, restaurants, a brewery, a market place, and street performers; - Queen Elizabeth Park - Vancouver’s horticultural jewel, at 152 metres above sea level, it’s the highest point in Vancouver, with spectacular views of the park, city, and mountains;  - Olympic Village, home to athletes and Olympic officials during the 2010 Winter Olympics; - Yaletown – reminiscence of a Canadian Pacific railway yard, home to Train 374, the train that transformed Vancouver from a backwater city to a trade gateway between N. America, Asia and Europe;- Vancouver Public Library – marvel at the immense library building that resembles a Roman coliseum;- BC Place – the world’s largest retractable stadium, and home to the Vancouver White Caps, the BC Lions, and BC Sports Hall of Fame; - Roger's Arena – an ice skating stadium, home to the Vancouver Canucks; - Science World – venue of the famous annual dragon boat race; - Chinatown – Shanghai Alley, the Sam Kee Building, historic, intriguing, fascinating, the 2nd largest Chinatown in North America, after San Francisco; - Japantown  – historic, overlooked but an amazing community that contributed much to the early economic history of Vancouver;- Gastown – this is where it all began for Vancouver, named after Gassy Jack Deighton, and the beloved and most photographed Steam Clock. 

$102.65 Cultural & Theme Tours

Vancouver City Explorer Tour

The duration of the tour is approximately 5 hours, starts at 10.00 am. Enjoy a complimentary pick up  at your hotel, or cruise terminal in our luxurious Mercedes Benz Sprinter van. The tour include 18 places of interest, the best Vancouver has to offer:- Coal Harbour, with its scenic views of the North Shore; - Marine Building, famous for its art decor;- Vancouver Art Gallery, home to a permanent collection of beautiful paintings by Emily Carr, a Post-Impressionist and Modernist painter; - Robson Street, the most highly acclaimed shopping street in Vancouver with many shops and restaurants; - Stanley Park, the largest and most beautiful urban park in North America; - English Bay, with stunning views of the ocean and its surrounding beach area; - Vanier Park, enjoy the sheer beauty of False Creek, the Museum of Vancouver, the Maritime Museum, our “Yellow Submarine”, and marvel the Centennial Totem Pole; - Granville island, a must visit for first time visitors to Vancouver – old workshops, mills, warehouses, all transformed into unique gift shops, restaurants, a brewery, a market place, and street performers; - Queen Elizabeth Park - Vancouver’s horticultural jewel, at 152 metres above sea level, it’s the highest point in Vancouver, with spectacular views of the park, city, and mountains;  - Olympic Village, home to athletes and Olympic officials during the 2010 Winter Olympics; - Yaletown – reminiscence of a Canadian Pacific railway yard, home to Train 374, the train that transformed Vancouver from a backwater city to a trade gateway between N. America, Asia and Europe;- Vancouver Public Library – marvel at the immense library building that resembles a Roman coliseum;- BC Place – the world’s largest retractable stadium, and home to the Vancouver White Caps, the BC Lions, and BC Sports Hall of Fame; - Roger's Arena – an ice skating stadium, home to the Vancouver Canucks; - Science World – venue of the famous annual dragon boat race; - Chinatown – Shanghai Alley, the Sam Kee Building, historic, intriguing, fascinating, the 2nd largest Chinatown in North America, after San Francisco; - Japantown  – historic, overlooked but an amazing community that contributed much to the early economic history of Vancouver; - Gastown – this is where it all began for Vancouver, named after Gassy Jack Deighton, and the beloved and most photographed Steam Clock.