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Mexico Silver Cities Gay Tour

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Mexico Silver Cities & Vallarta
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Mexico City, Tequisquiapan, Queretaro, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende, Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, and more!

9 Days from Mexico City to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

March 21 – 29, 2024


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Gay Mexico tourFirst enjoy Mexico City before embarking on a trip to visit some of the Mexico Silver Cities and then on to gay favourite Puerto Vallarta with many interesting stops on the way. Your journey by luxury Mercedes Benz van will be accompanied by a Holiday Houseboy, your gay friendly tour guide who looks after your safety and welfare at all times. A wonderful way to enjoy a vacation, and do some discovering. Discover the customs, art, crafts, cuisine and history of Mexico.

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Unveiling the enchanting Silver Cities of Mexico, this route journeys from bustling Mexico City to coastal Puerto Vallarta. Discover the colonial cities in Mexico which were settled and founded due to the wealth of local silver mines. Combining the ultimate bragging rights of learning about the rituals, cosmology and everyday lives of the Aztecs at Teotihuacan with days spent ambling the streets of charming cities with fine colonial architecture, intrepid travellers embarking on this route are rewarded with a jam-packed itinerary.


Mexico gay tour


Mexico offers a wide range of experiences for LGBTQ+ travelers, including cosmopolitan cities, beautiful gay-popular beaches, culturally rich towns and endless historic sites to explore. Queer visitors should expect a warm welcome throughout the country.

On the west coast, you’ll find Puerto Vallarta which is an ideal retreat. PV is one of the best destinations in the world for gay travelers. It boasts the biggest gaybourhood in Latin America. Puerto Vallarta is a great choice if you’d like to party and well as relax.


Mexico City gay trip


Mexico Silver Cities & Puerto Vallarta Gay Tour Itinerary

Day 1
Arrival in Mexico City, Mexico
• Warm welcome at Mexico City International Airport (MEX)

Transfer to your 5 dtar hotel in Mexico City

Bar hopping in the evening

Gay Mexico City is quickly gathering a reputation as one of the best queer travel destinations in Latin America. A fusion of hedonistic LGBT nightlight, world-class museums, luxury hotels, fabulous dining, eclectic neighborhoods, and a rich history – there is a lot to love in this energetic mega-city…


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Day 2
Mexico City
Mexico City walking tour
– Zona Rosa and the Angel of Independence
– Colonia Roma
– Condesa (with stylish sidewalk cafes and fashionable boutiques)

Zona Rosa is a neighborhood in Mexico City which is known for its shopping, nightlife, gay community and its recently established Korean community. The neighborhood is officially part of the Colonia Juárez colonia or official neighborhood, located just west of the historic center of Mexico City.

• Suggested lunch place: Hotel Cartlota

National Anthropology Museum
National Museum of Anthropology (Museo Nacional de Antropologia) in Mexico City contains the world's largest collection of ancient Mexican art and also has ethnographic exhibits about Mexico's present-day indigenous groups.

Chapultepec Castle
The only palace on the continent, Chapultepec Castle sits more than 7,000 feet (2,133 meters) above sea level in Mexico City’s Chapultepec Park. It has housed royalty, served as a military academy, and was even an observatory. In 1996, the castle was transformed into Capulet Mansion for the movie William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.


Teotihuacan Pyramids gay tour


Day 3
Mexico City & Teotihuacan Pyramids
Half day tour to Teotihuacan (2 hrs from Mexico City)
Discover one of Mexico’s most important archeological sites on a tour of the Teotihuacan Pyramids. With your guide, visit the highlights of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which include the Sun Pyramid, Moon Plaza, Palace of Quetzalpapalotl, and the Temple of Quetzalcoatl.

• Suggested lunch place: Tiles House

Mexico City Downtown walking tour
– Zocalo
– National Palace
– Templo Mayor
– Metropolitan Cathedral
Explore the historic center of Mexico City. You'll hit up many of the city's most important attractions, including the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Palacia de Bellas Artes. Get an overview of Mexico City’s historic downtown. Stroll the bustling city streets taking in its spectacular architecture, cultural institutions, ancient ruins and flamboyant street performers.


Pena de Bernal, Mexico gay tour


Day 4
Mexico City -Tequisquiapan - Queretaro
• Departing Mexico City hotel at 8 am

• Drive to Tequisquiapan (3 hrs)

Walking tour of Tequisquiapan (3 hrs)
Tequisquiapan, one of Mexico’s pueblos mágicos, or magical towns, is a charming village famous for its vineyards, cheese production, handicrafts, attractive colonial-era architecture, natural hot springs and spas, golf, and custom-made furniture.

• Drive to Freixenet Mexico (30 mns)

Freixenet Mexico to visit vineyards with wine and cheese tasting
Travel deep into Mexico’s wine-producing region of Querétaro for a tour of Cavas Freixenet, a winery famous for its sparkling wine. From the vineyards to bottling, learn about the wine-making process as you descend into underground cellars and taste some of the popular bubbly.

• Drive to Pena de Bernal (30 mins)

Walking tour at Pena de Bernal (3 hrs)
Peña de Bernal is a 433 m tall monolith, one of the tallest in the world. Peña de Bernal is located in San Sebastián Bernal, a small town in the Mexican state of Querétaro. It is one of the most touristic sites near the capital of Querétaro and considered one of the 13 Wonders of Mexico.

• Drive to Queretaro (1 hr)

• Check-in hotel in Queretaro

Walking tour of Queretaro (2 hrs)
Santiago de Querétaro is a city in central Mexico. It’s known for its well-preserved Spanish colonial architecture such as a striking pink stone aqueduct. Notable baroque buildings include Santa Rosa de Viterbo church. The nearby ochre San Francisco church is in Zenea Garden, the city’s main square. In the old church convent, the Querétaro Regional Museum displays pre-Hispanic, colonial and republican artifacts.


Guanajuato, Mexico gay tour


Day 5
Queretaro - Guanajuato - San Miquel de Allende
• Departing Queretaro hotel at 8 am

• Drive to Guanajuato (2 hrs)

Walking tour of Guanajuato (3 hrs)
– Casa Hidalgo
– Pipila Monument – dedicated to a hero of the War of Independence, set on a hill with panaromic views
– Momias – museum of the mummies of Guanajuato
– Teatro Juarez – 19th Century Theatre

The extraordinary Unesco World Heritage city of Guanajuato was founded in 1559 due to the region's rich silver and gold deposits. Opulent colonial buildings, stunning tree-filled plazas and brightly colored houses are crammed together on to the steep slopes of a narrow ravine where excellent museums, handsome theaters and a fine marketplace punctuate cobblestone streets. The city's main roads twist around the hillsides and plunge into long dank subterranean tunnels, formerly rivers.

• Drive to San Miguel de Allende (1 1/2 hrs)

• Check-in hotel in San Miquel de Allende


San Miquel de Allende, Mexico gay tour


Day 6
San Miquel de Allende - Guadalajara
Walking tour of San Miguel de Allende (3 hours)
– Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel – an ornate pastel pink church
– Allende Garden – a small park in the heart of San Miguel de Allende
– Fabrica de Aurora – art & design centre with boutique workshops
– Sanctuario de Atotonlico – UNESCO World Heritage Site

San Miguel de Allende may just be the most charming small town in Mexico. It's no pueblito, though, but a colorful, colonial-style city with a vibrant wine scene, markets and artisans galore, and one of the most impressive gastronomic scenes in Mexico. From the second you drop into downtown, you'll see the iconic, pink Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel towering above the lower, Spanish-style buildings sprawled out around the square. Walk around the square, people watch, or duck into the nearby artisan market to pick up handmade goodies.

• Lunch

• Drive to Guadalajara (4 1/2 hours)

• Check-in Guadalajara hotel

Walking tour of Guadalajara (2 hours)
– Instituto Cultural Cabanas – gallery of the famous murals of Jose Celemente Orozco
– Templo Expiatorio del Santisimo Sancramento – an impressive clocktower
– Guadalajara Cathedral

As Mexico’s second-largest city, Guadalajara delivers a less frenetic alternative to the nation’s capital. And, while many of the images recognized as Mexican have their roots here – mariachi music, wide-brimmed sombreros, the Mexican hat dance and charreadas (rodeos) – Guadalajara is as much a vanguard of the new Mexico as it is guardian of the old. An embarrassment of museums and theaters drive the cultural life forward, fusion chefs have sharpened the edges of an already legendary culinary scene and foresighted local planners are doing their damnedest to tackle the traffic.


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Day 7
Guadalajara to Puerto Vallarta
• Drive to Puerto Vallarta (5 1/2 hours)

• With stops on the way (flexible where and when)

• Check-in Puerto Vallarta hotel

• Relaxing on the beach for the rest of the day

Puerto Vallarta is home to Mexico’s biggest gaybourhood: Zona Romantica. It’s packed with gay bars and gay clubs. Gay travelers in Europe tend to flock to Mykonos and Stiges. In North America, gay travelers head to Puerto Vallarta – also known as PV. It’s a major tourists destination. There are many excellent hotels and excellent food scene. It’s a small coastal city. You can walk pretty much everywhere. Whether you’re looking for a party vacation or a relaxing, romantic vacation, Puerto Vallarta is one of the best places to choose.


Puerto Vallarta, Mexico gay tour


Day 8
Puerto Vallarta
Isla Marieta tour
The small, uninhabited Marietas Islands (Islas Marietas) are located in the Bay of Banderas off Mexico’s Pacific coast. Making up a UNESCO-listed biosphere reserve, the islands are famous for their abundant wildlife and provide a chance to escape the crowds of many Mexican beach resorts, hop on a boat, and explore the islands’ natural delights.

Walking tour of Puerto Vallarta
– Malecon Broadwalk
– Marina Vallarta
– Mirador de la Cruz
– Parroquia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe

Puerto Vallarta is known for its rich Mexican culture, beautiful coast, and tasty delicacies. Charming neighborhoods and beautiful beaches are nestled beneath the stunning backdrop of the Sierra Madre mountains. And the friendliness and hospitality of the locals means you can be sure your vacation will be relaxing and fun.


Day 9
Puerto Vallarta Departure
Farewell at your hotel

Puerto Vallarta Airport (PVR) transfer


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Mexico Silver Cities Gay Tour Highlights

Mexico City areas – Zona Rosa, Colonia Roma, Zocalo

Anthropology Museum (Mexico City)

Chapultepec Castle (Mexico City)

Templo Mayor (Mexico City)

Silver cities of Tequisquiapan and Queretaro

Wine and cheese tasting

• Walking tours of Guanajuato, San Miquel de Allende, Guadalajara

Puerto Vallarta with its relaxing beaches


Mexico City gay tour


Included in this Tour

• Warm welcome at Mexico City International Airport on arrival

• Airport transfers to Mexico City hotel

• Transport from Mexico City to Puerto Vallarta by Mercedes Benz van with driver

• English speaking tour guide 24/7

• Hotel accommodation (5 star where possible)

• All breakfasts

• Airport transfer from your hotel in Puerto Vallarta to the airport

• Activities mentioned in the itinerary (but all entrance fees are payable)


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Not Included in this Tour

• Lunches and dinners

• Entrance fees (note all activities are optional)

• International flights to Mexico City and from Puerto Vallarta

• Mexican Tourist Visa (you can order online via iVisa)
Note: Americans do NOT need a Mexican Tourist Visa to enter Mexico

• Travel Insurance (compulsory)

• Personal expenses


Barcelo Mexico Reforma Hotel


Tour Hotels

Barcelo Mexico Reforma Hotel, Mexico City, 5*

Offering a heated pool, spa center and fitness center, Barcelo Mexico Reforma is located in Mexico City. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar and a la carte restaurant. Private parking is available on site.

Rooms have a flat-screen TV with cable channels, desk and safe. You will also find a coffee machine in the room. For your comfort, private bathrooms come with free toiletries and a hairdryer. Barcelo Mexico Reforma features free WiFi throughout the property.


Barcelo Mexico Reforma Hotel room


An onsite museum and shop about tequila and Mexican crafts are available and open daily. You will find a hairdresser's, travel agency and shops at the property. There is a 24-hour reception.

La Ciudadela Market is 601 m from Barcelo Mexico Reforma, while The Museum of Fine Arts is 801 m from the property. The nearest airport is Benito Juárez Airport, 4.3 mi from Barcelo Mexico Reforma.


Grand Fiesta Americana Queretaro Hotel


Grand Fiesta Americana Queretaro Hotel, Queretaro, 5*

Staying at Grand Fiesta Americana Querétaro is a unique experience you will never forget. Discover fine design, elegant spaces and exclusive service. Located in one of the most prestigious residential areas of the city, between Plaza Boulevard and Plaza Park, our luxury hotel stands out with striking architecture that evokes the great Mexican haciendas. Its interior walls are lined with onyx, combined with a gallery of paintings by local artists.


Grand Fiesta Americana Queretaro Hotel room


Enjoy the convenience of staying in one of the most exclusive luxury hotels in the city. Be enchanted by the personal attention we offer on our exclusive floor. Admire the stunning city from our terrace and enjoy a delicious continental breakfast buffet every morning.

The Grand Fiesta Americana is undoubtedly among the most luxurious hotels in Querétaro - the perfect destination from which to discover the charm of this magical capital city. Experience a hotel dedicated solely to your comfort and relaxation.


Casa Quebrada Boutique Hotel


Casa Quebrada Boutique Hotel, San Miguel de Allende, 5*

Featuring a garden, Casa Quebrada Hotel Boutique is located in San Miguel de Allende in the Guanajuato region, a 6-minute walk from Historic Museum of San Miguel de Allende and 549 m from Church of St. Michael the Archangel. Popular points of interest nearby include Chorro´s trip, Benito Juarez Park and The view point. The property provides a 24-hour front desk, airport transportation, a concierge service and free WiFi throughout the property.


Casa Quebrada Boutique Hotel room


The hotel will provide guests with air-conditioned rooms with a closet, an electric tea pot, a safety deposit box, a flat-screen TV, a balcony and a private bathroom with a shower. At Casa Quebrada Hotel Boutique every room has bed linen and towels. The accommodation has a terrace.


NH Collection Guadalajara Providencia Hotel


NH Collection Guadalajara Providencia Hotel, Guadalajara, 5*

The 14-storey NH Collection Guadalajara Providencia hotel, comes with spectacular views across the city. Located in the financial district, the hotel is part of the exclusive Punto Sao Paulo Plaza. Here, you’ll find haute cuisine restaurants, bars, cinemas, and casinos.

NH Guadalajara Collection is located next to Country Club Golf Course, in an exclusive commercial and financial district of Guadalajara. This modern hotel offers a gym, conference center and stylish restaurant.


NH Collection Guadalajara Providencia Hotel room


Sleek and spacious, our 137 rooms all come with soundproof windows offering panoramic views across Guadalajara. Each also features carefully chosen contemporary artwork from around the world, as well as large, modern bathrooms and free high-speed Wi-Fi.

Chic, glass-walled restaurant serves first-class international cuisine. Plus there’s a modern, well-equipped gym on the 2nd floor.


Hotel Luxury Patio Azul


Hotel Luxury Patio Azul, Puerto Vallarta, 5*

Hotel Luxury Patio Azul has a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a bar and shared lounge in Puerto Vallarta. Among the facilities at this property are a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can have a drink at the snack bar.


Hotel Luxury Patio Azul room


The hotel will provide guests with air-conditioned rooms with a closet, a coffee machine, a minibar, a safety deposit box, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a shower. At Hotel Luxury Patio Azul all rooms include bed linen and towels. The accommodation offers 5-star accommodations with a hot tub and sun terrace.


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Mexico Silver Cities & Vallarta Gay Tour Prices

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$ 3,995

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Prices are per person in USD, and subject to change until confirmed.

Optional Single Supplement - $1,190

Min. Deposit: $850 per person. Balance Due 90 days before departure

Price does not include 3% payment card charges. No additional charges on bank transfer payments.


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