Hike and discover this outstanding valley in a magical town
If you are into nature, hiking, archeological sites, and outstanding food, this is the perfect blend for you. Getaway from the city and go on an Indiana Jones-type of adventure where we will do an early hike in this beautiful valley as we approach the mysterious temple built on top of the mountain which must have been a huge challenge for this ancient culture. Discover the temple of Ometochtli and then enjoy the beautiful town of Tepoztlan where we can have the most delicious food at the local market or one of its many small and cozy restaurants. If it happens to be a weekend day, we will also get to see amazing crafts and arts all along its streets!
- Pick up at 7 am
- We start hiking at around 8:30 am
- We finish hiking at around 10:30 am
- We walk the main streets of Tepoztlan towards the market
- Lunch break
- Back to your hotel at around 5 pm
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 7 hours
Traffic could influence the duration, as well as the time we'd like to take having breakfast, which is usually nice to enjoy without any rush right?
Honda HRV, Blue color
Please contact me to get a quote if your group is larger than 4 people.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000 MXN pesos - Only just in case, though you have pretty much everything included.
- Personal Expenses
I only do pick-ups within Mexico City central area. Santa Fe, Interlomas, Puebla, and Queretaro are not included.
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Enrique arranged and tailored a wonderful tour for us. His recommendations on restaurants and others complete the tour with great experience which is way above our expectation. He also helped to solve/fulfill our wishlist coming up in the trip. He has great passion and knowledge to be a tourquide, such as adjusting the tour and avoid the crowd to offer a even-better tour. He shared a lot of his and Mexican thoughts.