Private luxury tours in Mexico

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Luxury Mexico Tours

A Week In Mexico
(7 Days)
Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende

Exclusive Mexico
(11 Days)
Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende, Riviera Maya

Best of the Yucatan: Merida & Riviera Maya
(8 Days)
Merida & Chichen Itza, Riviera Maya

Highlights of Mexico
(13 Days)
Oaxaca, Mexico City, Merida, Riviera Maya

Family Tour of Mexico
(10 Days)
Mexico City, Merida & the Yucatan, Riviera Maya

Best of Mexico City
(6 Days)

Culinary Tour of Mexico
(11 Days)
Mexico City, Puebla, Oaxaca

Romantic Mexico
(11 Days)
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico City, Punta Mita

Oaxaca & San Miguel de Allende
(7 Days)
Oaxaca, San Miguel de Allende

Mexico's Colonial Heartland
(14 Days)
Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende & Guanajuato, Zacatecas, Morelia & Patzcuaro, Guadalajara

Art & Design of Mexico
(8 Days)
Mexico City, Oaxaca

Journey Through Mexico
(16 Days)
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico City, Puebla, Oaxaca, Merida, Riviera Maya

Culinary Tour of Mexico

(11 Days - Departs Daily on a Private Basis)
Mexico City, Puebla, Oaxaca

This private culinary tour of Mexico gives travelers insider access to the diverse flavors of the country through visits to local food markets, private cooking classes, street food tastings, reservations at the best restaurants and more. It also includes cultural touring with your own guide and driver, as well as accommodation at Mexico’s best luxury hotels.

Begin in Mexico City, the sophisticated and vibrant capital of Mexico. During flexible private touring, your expert private guide and driver will show you the very best of the city and provide an insightful link to Mexican culture and cuisine. In the historic center—a UNESCO World Heritage Site of Spanish colonial architecture and Aztec ruins—tour the zocalo (main square), the remnants of the Templo Mayor and the colorful food stands in San Juan Market. At a local museum, learn about the ingredients and techniques of Mexican cuisine from the pre-Hispanic era to today. Also stop at an upscale food hall to see some of the country’s latest food trends. Take a private cruise through the floating gardens of Xochimilco, and explore the San Angel district, an area of leafy residential neighborhoods, art galleries and crafts shops. Also visit the Frida Kahlo Museum (Casa Azul) and see beautiful colonial architecture in Coyoacan. Along the way, stop in favorite taquerias and food stalls, and perhaps visit an ice cream parlor to sample unusual flavors such as mamey (a tropical fruit) and rompope (egg nog). One day, take a private excursion to Teotihuacan, an impressive UNESCO World Heritage-listed archaeological site of stone pyramids. Also, enjoy a private tequila tasting to learn about Mexico’s most famous distilled spirit. Other touring options in Mexico City include the National Museum of Anthropology, Palacio de Bellas Artes, Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Casa Luis Barragan, Museo Jumex and Museo Soumaya.

Next, visit Puebla, a historic city with a rich culinary heritage as the home of complex mole poblano and chiles en nogada (chilies in walnut sauce). During private touring, explore the city center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site of colonial-era architecture. Also enjoy a cooking class, explore the local food markets, and perhaps browse for locally produced Talavera ceramics. One day, enjoy a private excursion to Cholula, a vast archaeological site.

Continue to Oaxaca, one of Mexico’s best destinations for food and traditional arts. During private touring, visit a food market to sample cheese, tamales wrapped in banana leaves, and, for the adventurous, chapulines (grasshoppers) with chile, salt and lime. Stop in a chocolate workshop to taste one of the region’s best-known products. Also explore the colonial center of Oaxaca—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—including the zocalo, cathedral, food markets and folk art shops. Enjoy a private cooking lesson to learn to prepare local dishes, such as one of the several mole dishes Oaxaca is famous for. One day, take a private excursion through a nearby valley to tour the archaeological ruins of Mitla and visit indigenous markets and craft villages specializing in woven textiles, wood carvings and more. Also, visit a mezcal distillery to taste the smoky spirit characteristic of Oaxaca. Another day, visit Monte Alban, a UNESCO-listed archaeological site with stone temples and great views over the region. One evening, enjoy a colorful Guelaguetza performance of traditional song and dance.

This tour can be further customized to your interests or dietary restrictions. It can also be extended with additional time or destinations.

Itinerary Overview
Day 1

Arrive Mexico City

Private arrival transfer to hotel for 4 nights
Day 2

Mexico City

Full-day private tour of cultural and culinary highlights, including street food tasting

Day 3

Mexico City

Full-day private tour, including Xochimilco, San Angel and Coyoacan

Day 4

Mexico City

Private city touring or private excursion to ruins at Teotihuacan, including tequila tasting

Day 5

Mexico City – Puebla
Private transfer to hotel in Puebla for 2 nights. Afternoon private city tour, including culinary touring

Day 6

Puebla & Cholula

Morning private cooking class. Afternoon private excursion to Cholula

Day 7

Puebla – Oaxaca

Private transfer to hotel in Oaxaca for 4 nights. Evening Guelaguetza performance

Day 8


Morning private cooking lesson. Afternoon private city tour

Day 9

Oaxaca & environs

Full-day private excursion to Mitla, craft villages, local markets and mezcal distillery

Day 10

Oaxaca & environs

Morning private touring. Afternoon private excursion to Monte Alban

Day 11

Depart Oaxaca

Private airport transfer

Mexico City: Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City, D.F.
Puebla: Meson Sacristia de la Compania or La Purificadora
Oaxaca: Quinta Real Oaxaca

$7,590 Per person (double occupancy)