Mexico City, Copper Canyon, Baja California

Duration 15 days:

Day 1 - Mexico City

Welcome and transfer to airport hotel, free time, lodging.

Day 2 - Mexico City

Breakfast and leave walking to the impressive Zócalo (Central Plaza) of gorgeous Mexico City, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a key point between the Aztec Empire and Mexico today. Pass by the Metropolitan Cathedral, the National Palace and the Fine Arts Palace. Later we will go to Reforma Avenue where we will see the Angel of Independence and Diana the Hunter, among others, and we will also see some emblematic neighborhoods of the city such as Roma and La Condesa. Free time to enjoy the city at your own pace.

Day 3 - Mexico City

Breakfast and leave for spectacular Teotihuacán, the “City of the Gods,” named this by the Aztecs because they were amazed by the greatness of this city, which was once the largest urban area in ancient Mexico and today is one of the most visited archaeological sites in the Americas and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We will begin with Tlatelolco, the largest archaeological site in Mexico City, which was part of the capital of the Aztec Empire. The largest market in the empire was located here, and it was also where the conquest of the Aztecs took place. The city of Tlatelolco was once connected to the north by a great avenue that went to Tepeyac Hill, where the Aztecs worshiped Tonantzin, who is better known today as Our Lady of Guadalupe, and it is in precisely in this place where we will make our next stop.
Today popularly known as La Villa or the Basilica of Guadalupe, it is the most important religious site in the country and one of the most visited Catholic places in the world. The Virgin of Guadalupe in Mexico is not only a religious symbol, but an identity for Mexicans. It is no coincidence that the first president of the country was named Guadalupe Victoria.

Day 4 - Chihuahua

Meet in the Mexico City Airport at the indicated time to take the Mexico City-Chihuahua flight in order to arrive in the morning. Welcome at the airport and transportation to the city center where we will take a walk, passing the murals of the Government Palace as well as the cathedral. In the afternoon, you will visit the University Cultural Center, previously Quinta Gameros, and Pancho Villa's house which today is the Museum of the Revolution. Free afternoon and welcome dinner. Lodging.

Day 5 - Divisadero Barrancas

After breakfast, at 8:00 am we will head to Divisadero, passing by a Mennonite farm where you can buy regional cheeses and visit the Mennonite Museum. Lunch. Continuing to Creel, we will take a guided walk in this magic town. Departure for Divisadero, arrival and check-in at the hotel. Free time to walk around the impressive surrounding areas. Dinner included in the hotel and lodging.

Day 6 - Divisadero Barrancas

Breakfast and departure to take a guided walk to the impressive lookouts over the canyon, and we will have the opportunity to take a trip on the cable car (trip not included). Lunch on your own in the cable car restaurant. Free time, return to the hotel, dinner included. Lodging.

Day 7 - El Fuerte

Breakfast and free time until 12:30, when we will go to the station for the CHEPE train, which leaves around 1:05 pm, which will take us to the magic town of El Fuerte. Arrival and transportation to El Fuerte Hotel. Dinner. Lodging. **For various reasons, the train may be late**

Day 8 - Topolobampo

Breakfast. We can walk around and appreciate the beautiful colonial town of El Fuerte. It is recommended to take an optional tour of a boat trip in the Fuerte River where native migratory birds and 2-10 thousand-year-old rock carvings can be seen. The approximate duration of the tour is 2 hours. Lunch in El Fuerte. In the afternoon (around 5 pm), we will leave for Los Mochis (approximate distance of 1.5 hours) and continue to Topolobampo. Free time until the time for boarding the ferry to La Paz. Dinner on board. (Drinks not included.)

Day 9 - Loreto

Arrival at La Paz around 7 am, welcome and transportation to La Paz. Free time for breakfast and free time until the time for transportation to Loreto (approximate time of the trip 5 hours). Arrival at gorgeous LORETO, the oldest populated area on the Baja California peninsula with 300 years of history, protected by the Sierra la Giganta mountains and the Gulf of California. Check-in at the central hotel. Dinner, free time. Lodging.

Day 10 - Loreto

Breakfast and free time to enjoy the beautiful seawall. On one of the most beautiful virgin beaches, or to take a boat and go searching for blue whales. Lunch of clams in a typical restaurant in the town. Free time and lodging.

Day 11 - Magdalena Bay (LUNCH only in WHALE WATCHING season)

Outside of whale watching season, you will have breakfast and transportation to La Paz. In whale watching season (the end of January to the end of March), breakfast and departure at 8 am for Ciudad Constitución to go to Magdalena Bay and appreciate the impressive views of gray whales. Lunch (seafood and lobster). Continuing to La Paz, arrival and lodging.

Day 12 - La Paz

Breakfast and a walk around the city. Free time for personal activities or to make an excursion to ESPIRITU SANTO ISLAND, a gorgeous island that was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its great biodiversity. Departure at midday and return at approximately 6 pm. (Excursion cost $60 USD). Lodging.

Day 13 - Los Cabos

Breakfast and very early departure to Los Cabos, passing by the magic town of Todos Santos, where the Hotel California is located (myth of the song “Hotel California” by the Eagles). Todos Santos is a mission founded by the Jesuits in 1737 with the objective of converting the native Pericles to Christianity. It is also a spectacular oasis in the desert. Continuing to CABO SAN LUCAS where we will board a boat that will take us to the famous arch to appreciate communities of seals. Continuing to the hotel, check-in, lunch and dinner. Lodging.

Day 14 - Los Cabos

Breakfast and free day in the all-inclusive plan.

Day 15 - Los Cabos

Breakfast and free morning until the time for transportation to the airport to take the return flight to Mexico City. END OF OUR SERVICES… Note: Ask for the cost of additional nights in Los Cabos. PRICE PER PERSON IN A DOUBLE ROOM $2,260 USD


All transportation as specified in the itinerary
Daily breakfast except on the Ferry
5 dinners: one in Chihuahua, two in Divisadero Barrancas, one in El Fuerte and the other on the ferry
3 lunches: one in Loreto, one with the Mennonites, and in whale watching season one in Magdalena Bay (out of season there will NOT be this lunch)
14 nights of accommodation: 3 in Mexico City, 1 in Chihuahua, 2 in Divisadero Barrancas, 1 in El Fuerte, 1 on the ferry with a cabin and bathroom, 2 in La Paz, 2 in Loreto and 2 in Los Cabos (in Los Cabos it is an all-inclusive plan)
Guided tours as specified in the itinerary
Chepe Regional panoramic train in 1st class from: Divisadero-El Fuerte (approximately 8 hours of travel). There is no daily train. Please check frequency.
Boat to the arch in Los Cabos
Visits and trips according to the itinerary
The itinerary may be changed for reasons beyond our control.

Not included

Personal expenses, tips.
Cable car in Barrancas del Cobre
Excursion to Espiritu Santo Island
Tips, any unspecified service
Notes: The season for watching gray whales goes from the end of January to the end of March, approximately.

Expected Hotels

El Fuerte
La Choza o Mansión Serrano
Barrancas del Cobre
Divisadero Barrancas
Hotel Plaza Chihuahua
Camarote con Baño
La Paz
Hotel Catedral
Hampton Inn Centro Histórico o Histórico Central

Cost per person in double room from $ 1,680.00 USD
Cost per person in single room from $ 2,080.00 USD