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Mexico City Aztec Adventure gay tour

Mexico City
Aztec Adventure Gay Tour

Mexico City Aztec Adventure

Mexico City, Teotihuacan and Puebla

5 Days from/to Mexico City, Mexico

May 29 – June 02, 2021
November 13 – 17, 2021

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Mexico City gay travelGet a taste of modern Mexico in the country’s lively capital before delving into ancient Mesoamerica. Our short and sweet gay Mexico tour is packed with plenty of optional activities, giving you more control of the wheel. Things kick off in the country’s colonial capital where we’ll guide you through a labyrinth of colourful alleys and cobblestone plazas. In the evening, the tour will get hotter than a habanero as we mambo over to Zona Rosa—the city’s gay district.

Finally, the latter half of this adventure focuses on Mexican history. For example, you’ll have the opportunity to glimpse the wealth and power of pre-Columbian empires at sites like Teotihuacan and Cholula. So slather on your highest SPF, crack a Corona, and let Mexico unfold before you.

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Mexico City Aztec Adventure Gay Tour Highlights

• Shake your tail feather in Mexico City’s famous gay district, Zona Rosa

• Witness the wealth and power of pre-Columbian empires at Teotihuacan

• Master Mexican cuisine at an authentic cooking class

• Feel dwarfed below the world’s largest pyramid, Cholula—so large, when European settlers arrived they mistook it for a mountain!

• Photograph one of the only royal palaces in North America, Chapultepec Castle

• Enjoy mole and some of Mexico’s greatest regional cuisine in the colourful city of Puebla.

 

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Mexico City Aztec Adventure Gay Tour Itinerary

Day 1 - Arrive Mexico City, Mexico
Hola! Bienvenidos a Mexico City, a bustling megalópolis of over 20 million people sitting atop the ruins of the mighty Aztec empire of Tenochtitlan. Today, Mexico City is a fascinating mix of colonial architecture and big-city sophistication.

We start our tour with a mandatory welcome meeting at 5pm, followed by a Welcome Dinner at a magnificent Mexican restaurant. After a margarita or four—and depending on how the group feels—we may even enjoy our first dip into Zona Rosa, the city’s vibrant gay district.

Hotel: Galeria Plaza Reforma Hotel, Mexico City, 4*, Standard Double/Twin Room

 

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Day 2 - Mexico City
Buenos días! After a potentially late night last night, you have two options this morning: enjoy a little R&R by the hotel pool or join the group on a fascinating Mexico City tour.

On the tour you’ll meander through historic colonial neighbourhoods and past significant heritage buildings such as Chapultepec Castle—one of the only royal palaces in North America, and notably featured in Baz Luhrmann’s’ Romeo & Juliet—as well as the actual house of international revered Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo. Our guide will take us inside the artist’s home before wrapping the tour in Mexico City’s beating heart, the Zocalo. If you’re hungry, we can also stop by an authentic Mexican restaurant for lunch.

After being guided back to the hotel you’ll have the afternoon to relax, or explore more on your own. Tonight our local guide will be hosting another optional group dinner at an incredible Mexican restaurant.

Hotel: Galeria Plaza Reforma Hotel, Mexico City, 4*, Standard Double/Twin Room

 

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Day 3 - Teotihuacan and Puebla
Rise and shine! Today we’re off to the pre-Columbian City of Teotihuacan where we’ll wallow in it’s imposing pyramids.

Although little is known for certain about this mysterious site, we’ll examine the many glyphs and unlock some of the site’s secrets during a private guided tour. Because there are numerous restaurants in the area, we’ll grab lunch near the ruins.

After a full day of tomb raiding, we’ll continue on to the colonial gem of Puebla. Puebla is actually the birthplace of mole poblano, a rich Mexican sauce famous for its complex list of ingredients including chocolate.

After dropping our luggage at our hotel you have the option to join a Mexican cooking class where we’ll learn the secrets behind one of the world’s only UNESCO World Heritage cuisines. Wear your stretchy pants as we’ll be eating (read: devouring) our own creations. ¡Buen provecho!

Hotel: Azul Talavera Hotel, Puebla, 5*, Standard Double/Twin Room

 

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Day 4 - Puebla / Mexico City
This morning we’ll visit soaring Cholula, the largest pyramid in the world. In fact, this massive structure is so large early colonists mistook it for a mountain. The Church of Our Lady of Remedies sits atop the pyramid, and on a clear day, you will have sweeping views of the city and the surrounding volcanoes and mountains.

After a private tour of the site we’ll slip back into Puebla for a few hours where you’re welcome to grab lunch and pack your bags as this afternoon we head back to Mexico City.

Tonight you’ll have some time to freshen up at the hotel before meeting the group for a bittersweet farewell dinner. And if the group is feeling up to it, one last visit to Zona Rosa.

Hotel: Galeria Plaza Reforma Hotel, Mexico City, 4*, Standard Double/Twin Room

 

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Day 5 - Mexico City Departure
Today is our final day together and after an included breakfast, no other activities are planned. From the all our team, gracias for joining our gay Mexico tour!

 

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What's Included

• Arrival transfer to/from joining/finishing point hotel
• Group leader and Out Adventures Host from beginning to end of tour
• 4 breakfasts, 2 dinners
• Guided tour of the ancient Teotihuacan pyramids
• Guided visit to Cholula
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Not Included

• International airfare
• Departure transfer from finishing point hotel
• Gratuities for drivers, day/city guides, group leader ($40 – $65 USD)
• Meals & Activities not mentioned in our gay Mexico tour itinerary
Travel insurance - mandatory for all travellers.

 

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Trip Notes

How We Travel
Out Adventures is all about good times with likeminded guys. Whatever’s on the itinerary – from fireside camping to five-star decadence – our goal is to make the experience magical. We’re also committed to supporting the communities we visit by hiring local guides, staying at locally-owned accommodations when possible, and celebrating local cuisine. It all adds up to a great way to immerse yourself in the culture.

Mexico Visa
A visa is not typically required for American, Australian, British and Canadian citizens travelling to Mexico for fewer than 180 days. There may be exceptions, and all visas are the responsibility of the traveller.

Culture Shock
Mexico is an upper-middle-income country with infrastructure, values, customs and standards that may differ from what you’re accustomed to. While the country has come a very long way you should still expect heavy traffic, along with unanticipated inconveniences such as road closures from time-to-time. Please note our transportation may be altered, and/or our itinerary changed, due to such circumstances beyond our control.

Local LGBT Scene
Even though Mexico is a predominantly Catholic country, it has been one of the pioneers for LGBT rights and freedoms in Latin America. Marriage equality became legal in Mexico City in 2009, and in 2010, the Mexican Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriages carried out legally in Mexico City must be recognized throughout the country. Vibrant gay scenes and acceptance can be found throughout the country, and especially in Mexico City and Puerto Vallarta.

Weather
Expect the weather in Mexico City to be fairly consistent, with daytime highs around 25C/77F, and evening lows around 7C/45F. The warmest weather is from March to June.

 

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Required Vaccinations
Based on entry requirements, there are no vaccinations needed for Mexico. To determine if you should take preventative measures to reduce the risk of illness, you should consult your doctor or a travel medical clinic, as we cannot provide vaccination recommendations.

Electricity
You will not need an international travel plug/adapter if travelling from Canada or the US.

Connectivity
Wi-Fi will be available at no cost at our hotels in Mexico City and Puebla.

Travel Insurance
For everybody's peace of mind, medical travel insurance is required on all Out Adventures tours. At a minimum, your travel insurance must provide cover against personal accident, death, medical expenses, emergency repatriation and personal liability, with a minimum medical coverage of US $200,000.

Meals
To keep things flexible, not all meals are included in the trip price. Although we typically dine together so that everybody can get a taste of everything, feel free to explore on your own…your guide will always have some restaurant recommendations.

 

Galeria Plaza Reforma Hotel

 

Starting/Finishing Point
Galeria Plaza Reforma Hotel, Mexico City
Located in Zona Rosa one block from Paseo de la Reforma's office buildings. This distinguished 434 room hotel is surrounded by the capital city’s financial and commercial district where one can find exclusive restaurants, shops and boutiques.

Standard check-in time is 3PM. We are unable to arrange early check ins, however you are able to store your luggage and explore the central area near the hotel while you wait. If you would like a guaranteed early check-in, you will need to reserve a pre-tour night of accommodation. If you are checking in to the hotel under your Out Adventures reservation, a complimentary arrival transfer will be included.

Tipping
Gratuities for hotel porters and food at included meals are covered in the trip price. However, a tip to your Group Leader, housekeeping, and gratuities for optional meals and drinks at included dinners, optional activities, locally day/city guides and drivers are not.

Money
The local currency is the Mexican peso. Credit cards are accepted at hotels and upscale restaurants, but not for gratuities. We recommend carrying approximately $300 USD to be used only in the case of an emergency, or if your credit/ATM cards are placed on hold.

 

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Mexico City Aztec Adventure Gay Tour Prices

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Tour Only, Per Person, Double Occupancy

$ 1,695

Tour Only, Per Person, Double Occupancy

$ 1,695

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Optional Single Supplement: $390

Min. $500 deposit required.
Remaining balance collected min. 60 days prior to departure.

 

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