Mexico Tour

2 weeks Holiday including the Capital city, the Ancient city of Guadalajara , the famous resort of Puerto Vallarta and the Copper canyon including the famous train.


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Day 1

Check in at Terminal 4


Day 2


The Airport, (Aeropuerto Internacional Benito Juarez) just 6km (4m) east of the city centre is Mexico
City’s only passenger airport. There are at least 25 airlines providing direct service from US and
Canadian cities, and many others provide one-stop connecting services. Only a few flights from
Europe fly direct to Mexico City some of the commercial flights include KLM, Lufthansa, Iberia and
Air France and they all seem to arrive in the late afternoon.
Please bear in mind that there are 2 Terminals at Mexico City ́s International Airport.
Most international airlines arrive and depart from Terminal 1, except the following:
Delta Airlines
Lan Airlines
Copa Airlines
And the following national airlines:
Aeroméxico Connect

After de-boarding the plane, passengers are to walk through Immigration. One must have the proper
identification on hand. Visitors are given a tourist card valid for 30-90 days. This card must be kept
safe as at it must be returned to the Mexican Immigration official upon departure. After showing the
necessary documents one will then proceed to the baggage claim area. An official will ask for the
Customs Declaration Form (previously filled out on the plane) and to push the stoplight button. If one
gets a red light, they will search one’s luggage; if one gets a green light one may proceed to the exit.

A Zeta Tours representative will be waiting for your arrival after you have picked up you luggage,
passed through customs and walked outside through the glass doors. He or she will be holding a sign
with your name on it .They can be identified easily

The transfer from the airport to the hotel zone is approximately 25 minutes.

On departure day, hotel pick-up times will be assigned so that you  are to the airport three hours
prior to an international flight and two hours prior to a national flight. All guests departing on an
international flight will have their checked luggage searched and be asked to turn in their Mexican
Tourist Card which they will have received the day of their arrival.



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Day 4

American Breakfast served on Sundays (Buffet otherwise)


Day 5

Guadalajara, Mexico’s pearl of the West, is an incredibly diverse and stately City with amazing qualities, both modern and Historic, that embrace all who visit. For a City that is not a resort, Guadalajara offers a very pleasant surprise to the unsuspecting tourist. Guadalajara is an ideal vacation destination for the traveler who is seeking a change of pace from the, sometimes overwhelming, resort scene.
As the second largest City in Mexico and boasting a population of over 3 million, you are constantly reminded that Guadalajara is a busy Metropolis, and a major Mexican business centre. Although this City beats to a busy pace, things here have a way of seeming to always remain serene. There are many places in Guadalajara where you will feel like you have stepped back in time to a different era. This is a City of Monuments, parks, flowers, fountains and Tree-lined Avenues. A City alive with subtle attractions that can keep the first-time visitor entertained for weeks. Guadalajara’s history dates to the 16th century and the rich heritage of Mexico’s Colonial gem is evident everywhere you look.
The Guadalajara area is known as the birthplace of the World famous Mariachi bands and also as the home of the Mexican hat dance. Nearby is the town of Tequila, everyone knows or should be able to guess, what this town is famous for. The area around Guadalajara is mainly known for the Mexican craftsmen that turn out countless handmade items that are treasured the world over. Guadalajara is a great destination for visitors seeking a taste of authentic Mexican culture combined with numerous activities and the modern comforts only a big city can provide.


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Imagine… an oasis where the Sierra Madre mountains with lush green jungle wrap protectively around charming cobblestone streets and sun-kissed beaches. Imagine…picturesque colonial charm combined with luxury hotels, gourmet restaurants, sophisticated nightclubs and colourful boutiques. Imagine… Puerto Vallarta! A study in symmetry, Puerto Vallarta impresses by striking the perfect balance between the old and the new. This venerated port city was virtually unknown to the general vacationing public until director John Huston chose the locale for his film Night of the Iguana with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. As word spread, a burgeoning influx of visitors were seduced by the city’s Old Mexico charm. In years since, Puerto Vallarta has become a major vacation destination, with a multitude of travellers every year attesting to its allure. The city has taken great strides
to become more cosmopolitan, while preserving its vast cultural and natural treasures. Deep in the Sierra Madre mountains Huichol Indians continue their ancient way of life while at Marietas islands, a UNESCO protected natural reserve, you can spot over 100 species of fish. The region’s tropical climate guarantees beautiful days where the jungle and rolling valley hills are your playground.
Visitors will love the vast selection of things to see and do in this tropical paradise including ziplining over the treetops, exploring the coastline on horseback, snorkeling and scuba diving amid the fantastic marine ecosystem, lounging on the beach or strolling down the cobblestone streets looking for crafts and trinkets.
At dusk, after watching a spectacular sunset colour the sky in hues of magenta and indigo, visitors can relax on a cliffside terrace, take a twilight cruise, listen to live Mariachi music, or dive into a Mexican fiesta. With so many pleasures, you’ll find yourself returning to Puerto Vallarta again and again.


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Day 12

Today you will transfer to Barrancas, check out of the hotel and transfer in mini van. On the way to
barrancas you will have a guided tour around the museum of the Mennonite.

Located in the middle of the Divisadero del Chepe station, this natural park has the ideal environment and landscape to live the adventure in its seven zip lines up to 400 meters high and at a speed of 65 to 110 kilometres per hour, two hanging bridges, The via ferrata with abseiling and rock climbing and zip rider. In addition to the cable car that takes you to the impressive viewpoint Mesa de Bacajipare. The place is ideal for horseback riding, hiking, camping and enjoy the great views.

Expedition schedule

08:00 a.m. Transfer to divisadero in minivan

09:00 a.m. Tour around the fields and Mennonite museum

11:00 a.m. Continue to divisadero

2:00 p.m. Arrival to divisadero and Transfer to hotel.

 3:00 p.m. Visit of the Adventure park

6:30 p.m. Barrancas walking tour

8:00 p.m. Dinner at the hotel included

Overnight at copper canyon.


Day 13

Breakfast at the hotel included

Lunch on own

Dinner on own up on arrival to the hotel

Expedition schedule

08:00 a.m. Breakfast at the hotel

09:00 a.m. Transfer to trains station

5:00 p.m. Arrival to Los Monchis and transfer to your hotel

Overnight at Los Monchis.

Please note that access to the bar and lunch tables will be subject to availability.



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International and domestic flights


Accommodation B&B except full board at Puerto Vallarta & at Cooper Canyon


Airport transfers

Gratuities for driver / guides

Porterage at airports

Bottled water on transfers


Cooper Canyon package: