Pueblos Magicos of the state of Jalisco
Treasured in the beautiful Sierra Madre Mountains, you'll discover Talpa and Mascota. Both colonial towns rich in history and traditions well-preserved by their people.
Magnificent views of the mountains and fertile valleys display the beauty and richness of this region of Mexico.
Countryside people you see as you walk along quaint streets, show you the hospitality and simplicity of rural Mexico.
Colonial buildings and magnificent temples will make you glimpse into the old-times, when Spain ruled this land.
An unforgettable experience in rural Mexico!
Departure from hotel
We drive east of Puerto Vallarta (we see the country side)
Stop for toilets and photos at bridge "El Progreso" (1hour drive) beautiful views of the mountains.
Depart to Mascota (1 hour drive approx. ) As we drive we see beautiful landscapes.
Mascota: Temple of "La Preciosa Sangre de Cristo" The precious blood of Christ
Church of "Our lady of the sorrows"
Depart to Talpa (1hour drive)
Stop for a panoramic view of Talpa (Cruz de Romero) Chapel Talpa: San Joseph's temple
Basilica of "Our lady of the Rosary"
Museum (Religious art)
Fruit preserves factory
Time to shop (Market)
Lunch (If desired)
Return to Puerto Vallarta
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet with you at your hotel
End location: Back to your hotel
Duration: 10 hours
From July to October we get rain usually late in the afternoon, in the event of a storm
the duration of the tour might be affected.
Modern air-conditioned Chevrolet Express Van 2017
Estimated Local Cash Needed
200 mexican pesos - (per person) *Lunch and beverages not included at the restaurant
I am not permitted to pick up cruise passengers inside of the port, I can pick you up at the SHELL gas station (This is walking distance from DOCK 1 and 2)
If your ship is at DOCK number 3, I will pick you up at GATE 17
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The tour of Talpa and Mascota was the highlight of our trip to Mexico. Cervando is very knowledgeable and enthusiastic person, and seems to know nearly everything about the history, geography and culture of the region. It was truly enjoyable to listen to his commentaries. The villages of Talpa and Mascota are beautiful places, and the road leading to them is stunning. For our family, being able to visit one of the most famous Marian sanctuaries of Mexico was an unforgettable experience.