Visit the charming colonial Village of San Sebastian with a Private Guide!
San Sebastian is a charming colonial Village, founded by the spaniards. It was mining town from century 17th to 20th, at altitude of 4, 280 feet.
To start the tour We drive through small villages, crop fields and plantations, We keep driving through the beautiful Sierra Madre Mountains, as we are climbing the Mountain, clients will appreciate the change of vegetation.
Walking on narrow cobblestone streets visitors will love this village untoched by the time, homes with adobe bricks, old Haciendas, surrounded by variety of vegetation like pines, avocado, peach and the aroma of Arabica coffee.
Hiring a Private Guide is the best way to customize the service, get your own space, clients can speed the tour.
**This tour is available for big groups, please request the price****
09:00 Pick up
- Visiting a cemetery in Las Palmas Town.
- Picture stop at bridge of Progress (Option to do your own tortilla or visiting a local bakery)
- Starting a nice walking in San Sebastian to visit the highlights as the Church, City Hall, Main plaza, old
Haciendas, Museum, Silver workshop, Coffee shop (clients can buy excellent coffee beans)
- Lunch (not included)
- Tequila Distillery (Optional)
- Take off towards Puerto Vallarta.
- Arriving to client's hotel.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 7 hours 30 min.
I have an express van with air conditioned model 2011 in good chape, clean, with a capacity of 13 passengers, to customize the service I like to guide only 8 passengers.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
350 Bring pesos, no credit card. - -Lunch and drinks.
- Extra money for hand craft, coffee beans, silver workshop, Tequila...
I'm not able to guide excursions at night.
I have no permission to pick up travellers inside of the port.
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This is the second time that we have booked with Georgina. She knows the history, the people, the area, the plants, the geology of the area and explains in a way that makes it all very interesting. The Tour to San Sebastian - the first town in the region - was very interesting. The town has done a lot to make the town look like it did 200 years. The streets are cobble stone, the electrical wires are now underground and the telephone lines are going underground soon. We will book her again.