Private tour to the Mystical Valley of Tepoztlán


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Activity Level



Adventure / Active, Day Trip / Out of Town, Hiking and Walking, Other


Kid Friendly: Yes.

Friendly: No.

Maximum travelers: 4



English (fluent), French (fluent), Spanish (fluent)

Visit the hottest UFO spot in Mexico with your local guide!

Surrounded by mysterious legends of hidden alien temples, cities under the beautiful, and the lush valley of "ElTepozteco", you will visit a small town, full of colors and flavors, where you will get to eat in different spots through the day, such as the main market, and other restaurants. You will also get to visit the pyramid on top of the valley and try some of the delicious local drinks, such as pulque. We make a stop at the convent and its museum, rich in history.
This is the hottest spot in Mexico for UFO sightings too by the way, and we might get to see one if lucky. Talking to locals, you will hear amazing stories from them too!!
We'll try a temazcal session if you are up for it. A temazcal ([temasˈkal]) is a type of sweat lodge which originated with pre-Hispanic Indigenous peoples in Mesoamerica.
Finally, at the end of the day, we'll make a stop for a couple drinks at one of the local bars, before coming back to the city.
NOTE: We can do different types of Eco-tourism activities such as hiking.


Pick up early in the morning from your Hotel.
Arriving at Tepoztlán at 9:00 am or 9:30am, at the latest.
9:45 - Breakfast at the mainmarket.
10:30 - Visit to the convent-museum.
12:00 - Walk towards the aztec site. 12:15 - Stop for a local drink/second meal.
12:40 - Visit to the aztec site.
15:30- Return from aztec site and stop for third meal.
16:00 - Time for shopping for souvenirs or just enjoying the local art.
17:00 - Coffe break.
18:00 - Drinks at a local bar.
18:30 - Time to return to the city.
19:30 - Arrival and drop off at your hotel or requested place.
NOTE: There are several things to do and try such as Massages, Temazcal, Mezcal, Tequila and pulque tasting, prehispanic food, Artisan dressings, jams, salsas tasting. We can also go hiking in the valley or do a bike tour. Hiking and bike tours are not included in the price, we'd have to pay a local company to do them.

Meeting Point + Tour Duration

Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building

End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building

Duration: 10 hours

Traffic on Sundays gets a bit heavy at times.


Honda HVR, Blue color.
NOTE: If you are a group of more than 4 people, please ask for a quote, I can get a van to fit up to 10 people.

What’s Included

Other: -Transportation.
- Entrance to the archeological site.
- Entrance to the convent-museum.
- A souvenir.
- Lunch or brunch at the market
- Pictures of the tour.
- Highway tolls
- Parking fees
- Concierge service, meaning any type of assistance for anything you might need, during or after the tour.

Estimated Local Cash Needed

2500 MXN - There are many beautiful art crafts, activities, and food options to do once there. This is just a rough estimate per person.

What’s Extra

Other: - Meals and drinks


I only do pick-ups within Mexico City central area. Santa Fe, Interlomas, Puebla, and Queretaro are not included.

A Recent Review of this tour

Enrique was a wonderful guide and our trip to Tepotzlan was a highlight of our trip! We started out by visiting a local chocolate shop to get some caffeine before hiking up the mountain. Great way to start the morning! He was knowledgeable yet laid-back in his style, and after the hike, took us to a wonderful place for lunch and ice cream, and finished off at the market. Well paced for our family of various physical abilities. And he was so generous to get us a handicraft gift and a taste of Pulque.
Lori Liu

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