Cultural Immersion In Guadalajara



7 days

Tour Location


Guadalajara´s name means “Valley of the Stone”, this city is picturesque wherever you see it. Its streets are the reflection of a Mexico full of mariachi, delicious food and traditions. Its historic center houses beautiful temples, monuments and squares through which you can walk comfortably. The so called “Perla de Occidente” is, from corner to corner, an incomparable beauty. If you are lucky you will find the traditional mariachi playing Mexican sounds. Don’t forget to take lots of photos.

*Children under the age of 3 stay free with paying adults.

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  •  Breakfast
  •  Ground Transportation
  •  Tour Guide
  •  Accommodation
  •  Entrance Fee


  •  Airfare
  •  Travel Insurance

Tour Plan

Arrival in Guadalajara International Airport where you will be greeted by our professional Guide, who is assigned for entire tour Settle and relax in your hotel Depending on your arrival time your guide can take you to the restaurant Dinner at restaurant.
Tour Director will welcome you at the hotel at 9:30 a.m. to start the day itinerary. Traveling by train is an unforgettable experience, and getting on the Jose Cuervo Express®, the only old-style train in all of Mexico, the best way to celebrate a magical family day with your loved ones. You´ll be able to experience and learn about agave while you have a fun time at the town. Return to hotel.
  • Tour Director will welcome you at the hotel at 9:30 a.m. to start the day itinerary.
  • It is a picturesque city that is part of the Guadalajara metropolitan area. Here you can enjoy one of the best gastronomic experiences in the country, from pottery to ceramics, it becomes a fantastic place to acquire souvenirs and thereby support the economy of the artisans in the area. Return to hotel to rest.
  • Tour Director will welcome you at the hotel at 9:30 a.m. to start the day itinerary.
  • Isa Ibn Maryam Masjid suggested for Jummah
  • Plaza de los Mariachis
  • Cathedral and Art Museum.
  • Tour Director will welcome you at the hotel at 9:30 a.m. to start the day itinerary.
  • Its main ceremonial center includes several constructions with a peculiar architectural style, among them several stepped conical structures (one of them with remains of a flying stick) surrounded by circular courtyards, two ball courts, an amphitheater and some terraces and minor buildings. Given its large dimensions, the site is currently still in the exploration phase and requires a long-range investigation.
  • Tour Director will welcome you at the hotel at 9:30 a.m. to start the day itinerary.
  • Ajijic is a beautiful town located on the shores of Lake Chapala, imbued with an aura of peace and tranquility, which is why it has become a paradise for retreat and rest for many foreigners. The place has been enveloped in art, thanks to the many artists who have contributed to the image of the place.
  • Fly back home. Have Safe and Enjoyable journey
  • You Guide will pick you up from Hotel and take you to Airport for your departure.


Is it safe to travel to Mexico?

Mexico is generally safe for tourists, but it’s recommended to stay informed about local conditions and follow travel advisories.

What is the dress code in Mexico?

Mexico is diverse, and dress codes vary. In urban areas, casual clothing is generally acceptable, but modest attire is appreciated in religious sites. Mexican people are Muslim friendly in nature.

What type of food can I expect in Mexico?

Mexican cuisine is diverse, featuring tacos, enchiladas, and a variety of regional dishes. Vegetarian and vegan options are also widely available. We at Zadventuro provide Halal food in our group tours.

Do I need a visa to visit Mexico?

Check the visa requirements based on your nationality. American and European tourists can enter Mexico without a visa for short stays.

What will the weather be like in Mexico?

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Can I drink the tap water in Mexico?

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What currency is used in Mexico?

The official currency is the Mexican Peso (MXN).

Will I have access to the internet in Mexico?

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Is English spoken widely in Mexico?

While Spanish is the official language, English is spoken in many tourist areas.

Can I take photographs in Mexico?

Photography is generally allowed, but it’s respectful to ask permission in certain situations or locations.

Is the tour family-friendly in Mexico?

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