See, Touch, and Eat The Ancient, The Contemporary, The Fiesta in Mexico City

October 7, 2017

 

February 14-17, 2018

 

4 days/3 nights

 

Experience​ ​the​ ​vast​ ​metropolis​-capital Mexico City ​up​ ​close​ ​and​ ​personal.​ ​See,​ ​eat,​ ​party.​ S​tay in one of Mexico City’s historic neighborhoods which juxtapose old and new architecture, walkable tree lined streets, and the famous taco carts. Take day trips to the Pyramids at Teotihuacan, the art filled home of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, and the city’s largest market. Get out and enjoy the nightlife in La Zona Rosa, the city’s vibrant gayborhood. Mexico City has much to offer, and you’ll also be encouraged to get out on your own to explore. Did I mention that I'll be your personal photographer and deliver social media ready photos each step of the way? Yea, that part!

 

 

 

Curated Itinerary

  • See the ancient and the contemporary sides of the vast, metropolitan capital of Mexico

  • Spend 4 days/3 nights in comfortable and secure accommodations in one of the city's hippest neighborhoods 

  • Shop, eat (especially the tacos), and play like locals

  • Visit two UNESCO World Heritage sites including the the pyramids at Teotihuacan and the floating gardens of Xochimilco, visit Frida Kahlo's home, shop in the Coyoacan historic district, have lunch in a pre-historic cave, party with locals in the Zona Rosa, and much more!

 

What's included for $600:

  • Room accommodations for 4 days/3 nights

  • A custom curated itinerary, crafted from over 100 hours of research

  • Major ground transportation and transfers

  • Museum admissions and customized tours

  • Access to exclusive AfroBuenaventura content, including #TravelAsSelfCare Worksheet, pre-departure resources, and facilitated in-country group discussions

  • Social-media-ready photos of you each step of the journey

 

Registration deadline is October 31, 2017. You can reserve your spot today by making the first deposit or paying in full. Follow the link below.

 

 

Reserve your spot now!

 

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