Mexico Road Trip – Guadalajara to Mazatlan

Looking for a unique get-away? How about a Mexico Road trip? In this video, I outline a fun 14 day guided tour which starts in Guadalajara. You will visit this beautiful city, travel to the largest lake in Mexico, drink Tequila in the town of Tequila, and more.

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Then the road trip really begins as your small group heads north to the colonial cities of Aguascalientes and Zacatecas. Some highlights are visiting a huge mask museum, exploring an old silver mine, drinking Mezcal, going to a nearby archaeological ruins, and marveling at the old colonial buildings.

Next, it’s on to go visit John Wayne . . . OK, of course not the real John Wayne but the location of where he filmed many famous western movies. Note: you can take a selfie of you and ole John. There is a stature of him in the town of Durango. Looking for some Mexico history. How about a tour of a really cool museum totally dedicatd to the Mexican Revolutionary hero, Poncho Villa.

This Mexico Road Trip then traverse through 61 tunnels and over 115 bridges, including the tallest suspension bridge in the world. The final destination for this road trip is the fantastic beaches in the resort town of Mazatlan. Can you say, “Beach Time?”

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Comments

Josedejesus Dominguez says:

buen video saludos

samizdat777 says:

like: lots of blood sweat and tears poured into those magnificent tunnels. Often wondered about that and still do.

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