Zihuatanejo-Ixtapa Ixtapa Island Petatlán & Barra de Potosi Troncones, Manzanillo & Majahua Patzcuaro Morelia Acapulco Cuernavaca






Zihuatanejo Ixtapa Tour

Tourist markets for shopping, a walk on the pier, a typical market place and downtown tour. We will see handmade crafts, hammocks, souvenirs, a store with crystal and ceramics, mexican clothes, art galeries, stores with mexican furniture. Also we will visit a crocodile reserve and two fantastic lookout points for taking picture of Ixtapa bay and Zihuatanejo bay.








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Ixtapa Island Tour

We will go to Ixtapa Island for snorkeling. (Round trip service from your hotel, boat and snorkeling equipment fees included). We will see colorful fishes. A beautiful place to eat fresh seafood and spend the day. (optional a good all day trip or several hours).








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Petatlán & Barra de Potosi Tour
(Ixtapa - Zihuatanejo)


A typical town with a gold and silver market in front of large church. We will go to visit a coconut candy factory and see of a how cocada, a popular Mexican candy is made. The candy is for sale at factory prices. Warning: highly addictive! return to a beautiful beach to eat and boat tour of nearby lagoons to see a variety birds and fish. (6 Hours).






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Troncones, Manzanillo & Majahua Tour (Ixtapa- Zihuatanejo)

A famous American beach with typical Mexican seafood restaurants, a beautiful view, nearby surfing in Manzanillo Bay. There are surfing boards for rent at this beach (Optional). We will take a tour of the three beaches, we will visit hotels on the beach with swimming pools available for you use. We will enjoy a delicious meal of mexican food or seafood.





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Patzcuaro & Santa Clara del Cobre Tour (Copper Town)

WeŽll visit the colonial city in Patzcuaro Michoacan. WeŽll tour the city and then board a water taxi to the island of Janitzio where you can eat tipical Mexican food and buy local crafts. The trip takes 3 hours one -way. Patzcuaro is in the mountains and quite a bit cooler than Zihuatanejo. I recommend you bring along some pants and a light sweater. Copper Town is near of Patzcuaro (15 mins.) We will see copper factories & copper galleries. If you want to buy something they have C.O.D.








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Morelia & Monarch Butterflies Tour
(Michoacán)

The Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is a milkweed butterfly (subfamily Danainae), in the family Nymphalidae. It is perhaps the best known of all North American butterflies. Since the 19th century, it has been found in New Zealand, and in Australia since 1871, where it is called the wanderer. The monarch is famous for its southward migration and northward return in summer from Canada to Mexico and Baja California which spans the life of three to four generations of the butterfly..






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Acapulco Tour (Guerrero)

You will see the cliff divers with the background of the sun setting. You can visit the tourist market to shop and to eat in a nice restaurant (seafood, steaks,chicken, or Mexican food).








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Cuernavaca Tour
(Morelos)

We will go to visit the “City of eternal spring”. It is famous for its large nurseries and we will travel around the city on a tourist train. We will visit the castle of Hernan Cortez which now is a museum and if you wish we can go to some hot springs, It is a 7 hours one way trip so it will be a two day trip. It is cooler there so take a sweater and pants. The price I quote you includes transportation, hotel, the tourist train, and entrance fees.








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