Valid From 08 January 2020 Until 15 December 2020
10 DAYS 9 NIGHTS Mexico City
10 Days 9 Nights Grand Mexico (Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende, Guannajuato, Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta & Morelia)
10天9夜墨西哥经典之旅(墨西哥城,圣米格尔德阿连德,瓜纳华托,瓜达拉哈拉,巴亚尔塔港&莫雷利亚)
HIGHLIGHT: The people of Mexico, known to be some of the warmest in the world, proudly maintain the traditions and costume of their ancestors. Most of them back to the time of the ancient cultures such as: Olmeca who were the first civilization in Mexico, the Maya who made big and impressive constructions. More than 60 indigenous languages survived and are still spoken all over Mexico. During the ten days traveling through Mexico, when you'll enter the site you'll realize soon why this is considered one of the 7 World Wonders. Visit the Mexico’s second-largest city, Guadalajara as well as experience the best drink of the nation! Valid for daily arrival at Mexico City 2 To Go Ground Package (minimum 2 adults per booking) 4 To Go Ground Package (minimum 4 adults per booking)
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PACKAGE INCLUSIVE
  • 03 night's hotel accommodation in Mexico City
  • 01 night's hotel accommodation in San Miguel de Allende
  • 01 night's hotel accommodation in Guanajuato
  • 01 night's hotel accommodation in Guadalajara
  • 02 night's hotel accommodation in Puerto Vallarta
  • 01 night's hotel accommodation in Morelia
  • Meals- Daily breakfast by selected hotel (American breakfast)
  • All-Inclusive Plan (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, snacks and domestic soft drink & alcohol drinks from 1000am until 2200pm) at Puerto Vallarta
  • Admission to all major monuments and sightseeing attractions mentioned in itinerary
  • English/Spanish speaking representative or English/Spanish speaking tour guide during excursion
  • Round trip airport-hotel and excursion transfer
  • Share Service
PACKAGE EXCLUDE
  • International & Domestic air ticket & airport taxes
  • Meals like lunch & dinner (at own expenses)
  • Items of personal nature, such as lunch & dinners, laundry, telephones calls, room service, alcoholic beverages, minibar charges and etc.
  • Airport & hotel porterage tips recommended at USD 2-3 per room.
  • Tour guide tipping at USD 2-5 per person per day.
  • Driver tips recommended at USD 2-3 per person per day.
PACKAGE COMPULSORY
COMPULSORY ITEMS A C
Agency Collection Fee 30.00 -
PACKAGE OPTIONAL
GENERAL TERMS
  • Rates quoted are subject to change without prior notice and/or upon hotel confirmation. This may be due to any special event and any immediate room surcharges implied by the hotel.
  • No refunds are given for any unused portion of this package or during tour.
  • The above itinerary is for reference only and visiting sequence may be different, and is subject to any necessary changes in accordance to local requirements.
  • 12fly of Malaysian Harmony shall not be liable for any loses or expenses incurred due to delay, sickness, weather, strikes or any other causes beyond its control, such losses and expenses shall be borne by the clients.
  • Others 12fly terms & conditions applies.
PAYMENT TERMS
  • Reservation Deposit for this package is minimum MYR 100 per person, you may required for more deposit for booking security and terms may vary from destination to destination.
PACKAGE REMARKS
  • General travel period: 08 January 2020 until 15 December 2020
  • Red Alert Date: 15-16 September and Formula 1 in Mexico City, October Cervatino's Festival in Guanajuato, End of October & Beginning of November in Morelia due to the Film Festival, Weekend in San Miguel De Allende subject to hotel surcharge upon booking made.
  • Suggestion flight route: Kuala Lumpur - Mexico City - Kuala Lumpur
  • The above rates quote for minimum 2 adults.
  • The above rates are valid for Malaysian or ASEAN passport; surcharge might apply for foreigner passport, subject to individual hotel surcharge.
  • Advance booking required at least 45 working days before departure.
  • Any children sharing the same room with one single full paying adult will be charged at the full adult twin sharing rate.
  • The itineraries are planned with great care, although, for operational reasons, it may be necessary to change the sequence of activities in the itinerary or the specified route, and though such cases are exceptional, in general the itinerary should be treated only as a basic guideline.
  • Gasoline and diesel are cheap in Mexico because of a major grant from the Federal Government, but this grant will disappear, not knowing the date of death or new conditions, we wish to inform you that our prices are likely experience an increase because of this.
  • Transfers in/out airport – hotel – airport or bus station – hotel – bus station in seat basis in English-Spanish language, comprise the following schedules: 0800am to 1900pm (Mexico time), if these transfers are before or after these time, they are subject to a surcharge because they must be exclusively provided in private services.
  • Pick Up Window: 15 minutes pick up window means that the vehicle will normally arrive within 15 minutes of your scheduled pickup time. Please make sure to be completely ready to leave on your pickup time schedule, so you don’t keep other passengers waiting.
  • Some showrooms of the Anthropological Museum in Mexico City are constantly in renovation, so they close and other open, please consult us about this. Museums are closed on Monday.
  • Film permission fee in each site or museum: USD 3 per person.
  • The visitor of any nationality whose purpose of traveling to Mexico is tourism, business or transit holding a valid Canadian, Japanese, British, USA or Schengen Space countries visa does not need to obtain a Mexican visa. The immigration authorities at the point of entry in Mexico (airport -border - port) will verify the validity of the USA visa (or flight ticket USA-Mexico) and the passport presented, and thereafter will grant the entry to Mexican territory.
ITINERARY / SCHEDULE
DAY 1 - Mexico City (Arrival)

Upon arrival at Mexico City airport, you will be met by local representative and escorted to your hotel. 

Rest of the day is free at own leisure, you might explore this beautiful city. 

To fully appreciate the quintessential Mexico City experience, you've got to embrace its time-honored traditions. You may find yourself on a gondola gliding through the ancient canals of Xochimilco, or knocking back tequilas in old cantinas once frequented by Mexican revoluntionaries. Perhaps it's the simple pleasure of munching on street eats (insects, anyone?) or gazing upon the Aztec sun stone and other superv relics from Mexico's pre-Hispanice past at the world-class Museo Nacional de Antropologia (Anthropology National Museum)

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Mexico City: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: Best Western Majestic or similar category

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Self expenses
Hotel in Mexico City
DAY 2 - Mexico City - Teotihuacan - Mexico City

Breakfast at the hotel. Start the tour to Teotihuacan from Mexico City with about 1 hour drive (50km). 

Hit two must-see attractions — Teotihuacan Pyramids and the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe — on this full-day tour from Mexico City. Discover architectural treasures in the UNESCO-listed zone of Teotihuacan, also known as the City of the Gods, and then climb the Sun and Moon Pyramids for fantastic views of the ancient city. Finish the day with a visit to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, one of the most popular religious sites in Latin America.

Your full-day tour of the pre-Columbian Mesoamerican city takes you around its magnificent pyramids, the Avenue of the Dead, the Temple of Quetzalcoatl, and Temple of the Feathered Serpent, the third largest pyramid at Teotihuacan. Wander down wide avenues, thousands of years old, and learn about the Aztec customs and culture of this ancient site commonly referred to as the City of the Gods. Climb your way up the Sun Pyramid and the Moon Pyramid. From the summit, admire the vast Avenue of the Dead, the mile-long (2.5 km) road that divided the city and stretched from the Moon Plaza in the north to the Great Compound in the south. After your Teotihuacan tour, head to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the most visited religious site in Latin America. Learn about the Spanish Baroque work of art built in the 16th century. Legend has it that a ‘lady from heaven’ appeared in 1531 to a local peasant at Tepeyac, a hill just outside of Mexico City. She identified herself as the Mother of the True God, instructed him to have the bishop construct a temple on this location and left an image of herself imprinted miraculously on his tilma, or cloak. Your tour ends with transport back to your hotel.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Mexico City: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category:  Best Western Majestic or similar category 

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel in Mexico City
DAY 3 - Mexico City - Queretaro - San Miguel de Allende

Breakfast at the hotel and check out from hotel. You will be transfer to visit the world heritage city- Queretaro, considered to be a colonial treasure. (the drive distance about 217km and 2 hours 40 minutes)

Santiago de Queretaro known simply as Queretaro, is the capital and largest city of the state of Queretaro, located in central Mexico. Queretaro was founded in 1531, among bloody battles between native Indian and Spanish conquerors. The historic downtown offers the visitor over 460 years of history and tradition through its aqueduct, temples, mansions and palaces.

Continue the trip to San Miguel de Allende. In the afternoon, visit this unique village that conserves its unique life style with an artistic & cultural ambience. The historic city of San Miguel de Allende to see the beautiful architecture that attracted artists and admirers from around the world. In recent years, San Miguel de Allende has transformed from a sleepy and slightly down-at-the-heels Colonial hill town without a traffic signal into a fiesta-crazy magnet for international gastronomes. This small town located about 240km north of Mexico City was named for both the monk who founded it, Juan de San Miguel, and General Ignacio Allende, a hero in Mexico’s War of Independence. Thanks in part to its colonial Spanish architecture, San Miguel is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and a magnet for weekenders and expats. San Miguel de Allende was voted the best city in the world for the first time — beating out major travel destinations like Florence and Capetown.

Your tour ends at this colorful and charming city of San Miguel de Allende.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in San Miguel de Allende: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: Monte Verde or similar category

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel in San Miguel de Allende
DAY 4 - San Miguel de Allende - Dolores Hidalgo - Guanajuato

Breakfast by hotel and check out with your luggage, start the tour with first visit Dolores Hidalgo, where in 1810 Miguel Hidalgo began the Independence war, between tracks and alleys you will find the magic of Mexico’s history. This Magical Town is renowned as the melting pot of the Independence.

Continue to Guanajuato, with its amazing places full of color and history, its warm atmosphere of peace and tranquility, and the beautiful people that lives there, you’ll feel that your dreams are coming to life. Perhaps this is why UNESCO has named it a World Heritage Site. Guanajuato is a land where you can walk through its picturesque magical villages, learn its history through its four archaeological zones, and let your senses loose with its colorful festivals and artistic events (like the world renowned International Cervantino Festival), or marvel at the impressive mummified bodies, which are one of the most famous tourist’s attractions there. 

Many people consider this city as the most important Colonial city in America, you will visit

  • The Union Garden- Also known as the slice of cheese. During colonial times on this site the Plaza de San Diego, named after the church that is next to the Teatro Juarez (Juarez Theater) was. Today is a beautiful place where clubs have a good time surrounded by restaurants and hotels, plus weekends away 19:00 pm, bands appear at the kiosk. 
  • The Teatro Juarez (Juarez Theater)- is one of the most architectural stunning buildings in Guanajuato, the main entrance is straight from ancient Rome while the flamboyant interior is oriental inspired. The Teatro Juarez is regarded as one of Mexico's premier theaters and by the standard of the magnificent exterior and beautiful interior rightly should be.
  • The Peace Plaza (The Plaza de la Paz) - is the main administrative centre of Guanajuato and is at the heart of the city. The narrow triangle shaped plaza is boarded along two edges by fine examples of 18th century colonial architecture with the magnificent yellow Basilica of Guanajuato dominates the third side.
  • University of GuanajuatoThe history of the Universidad de Guanajuato began in the 18th century, in 1732, upon the initiative of Doña Josefa Teresa Busto and Moya. They created a college in the house of Doña Josefa and the former chapel of the Otomi, where today the Patio de Estudios of the main building can be found.
  • The Mummy Museum (El Museo De Las Momias)- It is quite sad that the historic and charming city of Guanajuato is most famous for this gruesome and horrific museum. However, this museum has been recommended by locals the must-visit site. 

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Guanajuato: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: Mision Guanajuato or similar category 

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel in Guanajuato
DAY 5 - Guanajuato - Guadalajara - Tlaquepaque - Guadalajara

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Guadalajara, where the birthplace of Mexico's national drink- Tequila. (about 300km with 3 hours 50 minutes drive)

Guadalajara is the second largest city in the country and it is ranked as the eighth best city to visit in Mexico and South America. Known as the land of tequila and mariachi, it is rich in history and traditions; it is also known as the Mexican Silicon Valley. You will find glimpses of its dazzling architecture in Hospicio Cabanas, a hospital built in century XIX, or in its cathedral. Guadalajara has managed to make tradition and modernity coexist in a single space because it preserves centenary culture and tradition such as charrería, folkloric dance, jarabe tapatío and tequila, but it is also the main producer of technology and software

In this city Guadalajara also known as origin of Charros, you will visit the area of the lovely public square known as Plaza de Armas

The Guadalajara Cathedral- is the city’s most conspicuous landmark with distinctive neo-Gothic towers built after an earthquake toppled the originals in 1818. Begun in 1561 and consecrated in 1618, the building is almost as old as the city itself.

Degollado Theater (Teatro Degollado)- looms in stony, neoclassical glory. Corinthian columns form a massive portico topped with a marble relief of Apollo and the nine muses. The length of the building’s rear wall is adorned with a stylish sculptural depiction of Guadalajara’s history; a fountain runs along the base.

Hospicio Cabanas (Instituto Cultural de Cabanas)- In the downtown historic core, the World Heritage-listed Instituto Cultural Cabanas (formerly called Hospicio Cabanas) is a splendid Neoclassical former hospital and orphanage built at the beginning of the 19th century. Today, the complex is home to the Cabanas Cultural Institute and the Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Besides the building's graceful architecture, based on similar designs in Paris and Madrid, the main highlight here is the collection of 57 magnificent frescoes painted by Jose Clemente Orozco, which are widely considered to be among his finest works.

Rotonda de los hombres ilustresis one of the city's most distinctive monuments, in a beautiful park-like setting. Constructed in 1952 in honor of the state's best-known historical figures - including famed artist José Clemente Orozco, whose work can be seen in murals across the city - this large circular stone monument features 17 tall columns and houses the remains of 98 important individuals. 

After Guadalajara, you will have a chance to visit a small town of Tlaquepaque a charming provincial village 4 miles (7 km) southeast of Guadalajara– the center of Mexican arts where you will discover and enjoy the fascinating work of modern artists, traditional Indian art, galleries and restaurants.

Return to your hotel in Guadalajara when the tour reaches its cultural conclusion.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Guadalajara: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: Casino Plaza or similar category 

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel in Guadalajara
DAY 6 - Guadalajara - Tequilla - Guachimontones - Puerto Vallarta

Breakfast serve in hotel and be prepared for next city, Puerto Vallarta, tucked between jungle-clad mountains and North America's second largest bay, Mexico's most appealing Pacific resort combines its dazzling setting with a fun-loving atmosphere that welcomes everyone from foodies and shopping devotees to outdoors enthusiasts. And if you travel an hour out of town you can be basking on secluded beach, horseback riding in the Sierra Madre, whale watching, diving or reeling in a giant fish worthy of a tall tale at happy hour.

En route, you will not miss Tequila & Los Guachimontones. You will hear the story of this legendary beverage, the Tequila, and find out about field cultivation of the blue agave.

You will walk the cozy little streets of the Tequila Town, the name of which decided the fate of these lands. The volcano of Tequila extends its arms to embrace this colorful "Magical Town". It is a land of blue-gold that rises from the foot of the Río Grande Canyon and the landscape of agave crops that was declared a World heritage Site by UNESCO in 2006. Its old ranches and distilleries produce the famous and emblematic distilled beverage of Tequila, which is much more than just a spirit, it is an entire culture full of history from its tequila ranche, and the amazing blueish agave landscapes that turn red when the sunset shines over the golden barrels. In the evenings, an incomparable sweet aroma will conquer your senses, the mild fragrance of the agave that escapes from the furnaces spreading through the town and trapping everyone with its magic until all their senses succumb.

Still, for those travelers who love the west coast of Mexico but still yearn to explore ancient sites, both the states of Nayarit and Jalisco have much to offer. One of the finest examples is just outside the modest little town of Teuchitlan, Jalisco, 40km due West of Guadalajara which is 1 hour away from Tequila Town. There lies one of the most impressive archeological sites in all of western Mexico, Los Guachimontones. Los Guachimontones (alternatively Huachimontones) is a pre-Hispanic archaeological site built by a complex society that existed from as early as 300 BC until 900 AD.

Later on, you will visit the archeological site of the Los Guachimontones: The word comes from Nahuatl and means enclosed, referring to those found in the concentric circles. In the center of the main square stands a pyramid equipped with four steps that are oriented toward the cardinal points. 'One of the most impressive archeological sites in all of western Mexico'. 

Return to your 'all-inclusive' hotel in Puerto Vallarta when the tour reaches its historical conclusion.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Puerto Vallarta: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: Friendly Vallarta or similar category
(All Inclusive Program that includes plan of power all included breakfast buffet, lunch buffet, snacks, dinner theme buffet-if any)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch at own expenses, Dinner at Puerto Vallarta Hotel
Hotel in Cancun Beach
DAY 7 - Puerto Vallarta - FREE DAY

Breakfast, lunch & dinner FULL BOARD meals by hotel, FREE and EASY, own leisure time to explore the city and beautiful bay of Puerto Vallarta. 

As soon as you touch down in Puerto Vallarta, in Mexico's Jalisco state on the Pacific Coast, you'll find yourself accosted by offers of ‘complimentary’ tequila shots and greeters trying to sell you timeshares. But Puerto Vallarta was once a very different destination.

Puerto Vallarta’s heart beats in every rooftop, garden and street of this beautiful city that once was a mining town in the 19th Century called ‘Las Penas’. It emerged because miner people from the mountains need a port in the Bay of Banderas, where they could load and unload various products from their mining, agricultural, fishing and forestry activities.

Puerto Vallarta is one of the safest cities in Mexico, so don't be afraid to stroll around its Downtown core, the El Malecon Boardwalk or alongside Playa Los Muertos – ‘Beach of the Dead’

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Puerto Vallarta: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: Friendly Vallarta or similar category
(All Inclusive Program that includes plan of power all included breakfast buffet, lunch buffet, snacks, dinner theme buffet-if any)

Meals Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at Puerto Vallarta Hotel (ALL-Inclusive Plan by Hotel)
Hotel in Puerto Vallarta
DAY 8 - Puerto Vallarta - Morelia

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Morelia with about 6 hours 30 minutes drive in 616km. 

Morelia is the capital of the central Mexican state of Michoacan. The colonial city center's narrow streets are lined with well-preserved 17th- and 18th-century buildings built from the region’s characteristic pink stone. One such building is the imposing, baroque-style Morelia Cathedral. Its elegant, soaring twin towers preside over the city’s main square, Plaza de Armas. Next, vist The Government Palace, the imposing architecture of the Government House historical landscape frame the Centre of Morelia. Worth a visit inside and lots of pictures of the aesthetic details of the architecture, where you can observe in detail the Don Alfredo Zalce murals; the Colegio de San Nicolas de Hidalgo, the oldest college in America; the Templo y Conservatorio de las Rosas, the first convent of Dominican nuns; the Artisans House; and the Candy or Handcraft Museum

To visit Morelia is to visit a city that has stopped in the time, its calm streets are silent witnesses of the history that has been accumulating in the nooks and corners; they have been perfectly defined by the magnificence of colonial constructions. Morelia is also home to one of the most important Film Festivals in the World.

Return to your hotel in Morelia when the tour reaches its cultural conclusion.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Morelia: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: Casino Morelia or similar category 

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel in Morelia
DAY 9 - Morelia - Patzcuaro - Mexico City

Departure to visit Patzcuaro is a large town and municipality located in the state of Michoacán. The town was founded sometime in the 1320s, at first becoming the capital of the Tarascan state and later its ceremonial center. After the Spanish took over, Vasco de Quiroga worked to make Patzcuaro the capital of the New Spain province of Michoacán, but after his death, the capital would be moved to nearby Valladolid (today Morelia).

The tour end at Mexico City after 4 hours 30 minutes drive for 367km, and you will logding in hotel of Mexico City. 

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Mexico City: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: Best Western Majestic or similar category

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel in Mexico City
DAY 10 - Mexico City (Departure)

Breakfat at hotel, free & easy and at the set time you will be transferred to Mexico City airport for your flight departure home or next destination. 

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel
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* General Black Out Dates Ranges | 16-12-2019 - 07-01-2020 , 15-09-2020 - 16-09-2020
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