Valid From 08 January 2020 Until 10 December 2020
12 DAYS 11 NIGHTS Mexico City
12 Days 11 Nights Highlight of Mexico (Mexico City, Oaxaca, Tuxtla, San Cristobal de las Casas, Palenque, Campeche, Merida & Cancun)
12天11夜墨西哥精选之旅(墨西哥城,瓦哈卡,图斯特拉,圣克里斯托瓦尔·德拉斯卡萨斯,帕伦克,坎佩切,梅里达&坎昆)
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 thirteen days traveling through Mexico, visiting the most important places of Mexico and the Ancient Indian Communities of Chiapas that exist today, and finally to stay in the beautiful beaches in the Mexican Caribbean. Valid for daily arrival at Mexico City 2 To Go Ground Package (minimum 2 adults per booking)
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PACKAGE INCLUSIVE
  • 03 night's hotel accommodation in Mexico City
  • 01 night's hotel accommodation in Oaxaca
  • 01 way overnight public bus from Oaxaca - Tuxtla Gutierrez
  • 02 night's hotel accommodation in San Cristobal de las Casas
  • 01 night's hotel accommodation in Palenque
  • 01 night's hotel accommodation in Campeche
  • 01 night's hotel accommodation in Merida
  • 01 night's hotel accommodation in Cancun / Playa Del Carmen
  • Meals- Daily breakfast by selected hotel (American breakfast) except on Day 06; 01 lunch on Day 11
  • 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
OPTIONAL ITEMS A C
Domestic flight ticket from Mexico City (MEX) - Oaxaca (OAX) (included checked in baggage at 20-23 kg allowance, air fare & airport taxes subject to change from time to time) 555.80 -
Public Bus from Mexico City - Oaxaca (first class ticket, bus duration 0930AM-1530PM) 283.70 -
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 10 December 2020
  • Red Alert Date: 15-16 September, NFL and Formula 1 in Mexico City; Festivals/ Event on March, April, July, August, October & November; Christmas, New Year, Easter Holiday, National Holiday period subject to surcharge & hotel compulsory gala dinner upon booking made.
  • Suggestion flight route: Kuala Lumpur - Mexico City // Cancun - 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
Superior Category: Casa Blanca 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
Superior Category: Casa Blanca 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 - Cuernavaca - Taxco - Mexico City

Breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Cuernavaca for about 1 hours 20 minutes (86km) drive and follow by Taxco a silver city which take 1 hour 25 minutes (90km). 

 

After hotel pickup in downtown Mexico City, travel with your guide to Cuernavaca. Soak up the balmy weather as you take a brief tour of 'The City of Eternal Spring,’ a favorite weekend escape for Mexico City residents. Next, enjoy a beautiful drive to Taxco, a colonial silver mining city. Located on a hillside surrounded by rugged mountains and cliffs, Taxco exudes Old World charm with its meandering cobblestone streets, quaint squares and tile-roofed buildings. In Plaza Borda, admire Santa Prisca, an 18th-century rose-hued cathedral with twin bell towers, built with ornate Churrigueresque influence. Learn about how Jose de la Borda happened upon a massive silver claim, became one of Mexico’s wealthiest men who then had Santa Prisca constructed. Inside the church, you’ll find gorgeous goldleaf work. After tour, back to 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
Superior Category: Casa Blanca 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 4 - Mexico City - Oaxaca

Breakfast by hotel, at the set time, you will be transferred to Mexico City airport for domestic flight to Oaxaca which might required 1 hour flight duration (domestic air ticket at ADD ON OPTIONAL). Or you can travel by Public Busa which might required 6 hours drive (bus ticket at ADD ON OPTIONAL). 

Upon arrival Oaxaca airport, you will be met by local representative and transfer to hotel in Oaxaca for check in. 

Oaxaca comprises a world of languages and groups native from the region, together with the gastronomic, orographic and maritime exuberance, it ends up being imperative to visit it over and over. Rich in history and culture, Oaxaca is a fascinating destination where ancient civilizations, colonial architecture and alive traditions confluence. The culture and warmth of its people are the main reasons for traveling and getting wrapped by the Oaxacan universe.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Oaxaca: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: Las Mariposas or similar category
Superior Category: Mision De Los Angeles or similar category 

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel in Oaxaca
DAY 5 - Oaxaca - Monte Alban - Tuxtla Gutierrez (by Overnight Public Bus)

Breakfast at the hotel, left your luggage in the hotel, procced to Monte Alban Archaeological Site, which is the former Center of the Zapotec Empire, and it was occupied later for the Mixtecs. Because of its important cultural development and its monumental architecture, the UNESCO declared this archaeological zone a World Heritage Site in 1987. Continue to visit Arrazola Village known for being Alebrijes producers alebrijes are fantastic figurines made of craved wood and painted by hand with many colors. Continue to Cuilapam and visit the ex-Convent at last visit Coyotepec famous handcraft producer village of black mud. 

After tour, return to the hotel to pick up the luggage and transfer to bus station to take the overnight public bus to Tuxtla Gutierrez. (Bus Schedule: ADO PLATINO 1st CLASS, departure time 2030PM, around 10 hours 30 minutes drive)

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel Overnight Public Bus to Tuxtla Gutierrez
DAY 6 - Tuxtla Gutierrez - Sumidero Canyon - San Cristobal de las Casas

Arrival to Tuxtla Gutierrez bus station around 0710AM-0800AM. Take a light breakfast at the bus station at own expenses. Pick up at 0900AM at the bus station and continue to Chiapa de Corzo, this little town stands by the Grijalva River from where we can explore the impressive Cañon del Sumidero (Sumidero Canyon), one of the nation’s most important natural attractions. In addition, you can visit the magnificent El Chorreadero waterfall, which has gorgeous calcareous caverns and underground rivers. Tour to Sumidero Canyon starts at 1200PM with one hour boat trip in this Canyon. Look out for stunning waterfalls, caves and the dramatic cliffs. You may have the chance to glimpse a crocodile and tons of other natural wildlife, especially birds. From here we will continue the trip to San Cristobal de las Casas  for about 2 hours (102km) drive, passing along the curvy mountain roads to reach the colonial town of San Cristobal.

Upon arrival, check in to hotel. Rest of the day is free at own leisure, you might explore this beautiful city. 

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in San Cristobal de las Casas: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: Rincon Del Arco or similar category
Superior Category: Casa Vieja or similar category 

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast & Lunch & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel in San Cristobal de las Casas
DAY 7 - San Cristobal de las Casas - San Juan Chamula - San Cristobal de las Casas

Breakfast at the hotel, morning guided tour to visit San Juan Chamula and Zinacatan in San Cristobal where you’ll admire all the typical rites the Indians keep. San Juan Chamula, one of Mexico’s most fiercely insular Tzotzil towns, just 10km from the popular San Cristóbal de las Casas. The church of San Juan is a popular site, with ornate wooden statues covered in tiny mirrors to ward away evil. Visitors will find a unique mix of Spanish Catholic traditions and old Mayan ways inside the church, which is free of pews and instead covered in carpets and pine boughs. As many healing ceremonies as Sunday services take place here. A local market showcases traditional clothing, blankets and items from Zapatista. 

Return to San Cristobal de las Casas, and afternoon at leisure In this city, you can discover by yourself impressive religious edifices like the Cathedral or the Templo de Santo Domingo. These buildings were restored using a combination of profuse baroque-style details and local architectural elements, which perpetuate the cultural heritage of ethnic groups that live in the surrounding areas, such as the Tzotziles, Tzeltales and the Lacandons.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in San Cristobal de las Casas: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon.
Standard Category: Rincon Del Arco or similar category
Superior Category: Casa Vieja 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 Cristobal de las Casas
DAY 8 - San Cristobal de las Casas - Agua Azul - Palenque

Breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Palenque for about 3 hours 45 minutes (213km) driveEn-route, stop at the Agua Azul WaterfallsA series of cascading waterfalls washing into turquoise blue pools. Follow any of the easy trails upstream and stop to take photos of the mineral-rich falls and the limestone coating they leave on the surrounding trees. 

Then, continue roadtrip to Palenque. Palenque is a journey into the history and mysticism of the Mayan Culture where the majesty of its ceremonial centers still echoes from the past. The ancient city of Palenque, which the Mayan built as the village that serves as a starting point to explore the natural wonders, is in the North of Chiapas. 

Upon arrival, check in to hotel. Rest of the day is free at own leisure, you might explore this beautiful city. 

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

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

Breakfast at hotel, visit Palenque for a day full of natural wonders and cultural exploring. Visit the UNESCO-listed Palenque archaeological site and spend a couple hours touring this ancient, jungle-clad city, learning about its role in Mayan civilization while perusing its temples and artifacts. The ruins date back to 226 BC and are surrounded by jungle. Much of the history of this ancient civilization has been pieced together by historians, who have interpreted hieroglyphics inscribed on the monuments. 

After tour, transfer to Campeche for about 4 hours 30 minutes drive (359km)Upon arrival, check in to hotel. Rest of the day is free at own leisure, you might explore this beautiful city. 

Campeche, one of the most beautiful capitals in the country. UNESCO named it as a model of a colonial baroque city planning. Additionally, it was declared a World Heritage Site. It has 17 archaeological sites including Calakmul, the largest Mayan city that has ever been discovered. Campeche has charming corners that you'll love including the beautiful colonial port, various Mayan ceremonial centers and majestic nature reserves. When you visit Campeche you have to take a stroll along the Fort of San Miguel, San José el Alto, and the Door of the Earth; their buildings will carry you and will tell the story of this beautiful city.

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Campeche: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: H177 or similar category
Superior Category: Plaza Campeche or similar category

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

Breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Merida for about 2 hours 30 minutes drive (178km)En-route, visit to The Archaeological Site of Uxmal. Discover the mystical allure of two of the Yucatan’s most significant archeological sites on a full-day tour to Kabah and Uxmal from Merida. Learn about ancient architectural styles and Mayan mysteries as you explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites with a knowledgeable guide. Discover legendary buildings like the Pyramid of the Magician, the Governer;s Palace and the Arch of Kabah.

 

Uxmal is by far the most dramatic of all the hill and flatland archeological sites in the Yucatan. It dates from 600-1000 A.D. and is known for the stunning beauty of its architecture. Here we see thousands upon thousands of cut stones detailing every edifice in what is known as the Puuc style of architecture. As you enter Uxmal time seems to slow, giving this Mayan site a dreamy, magical feel. No other place has such a multitude of ornate and complex artistry.

Uxmal´s most famous structure, the Temple of the Magician, is an awesome feat of building prowess. This temple was rebuilt three times; this is where Uxmal got its name, which means ¨thrice built¨. Towering above the surrounding jungle and crowned with intricately carved stonework, it is a treasure of the ancient world. This massive pyramid is also known as the Temple of the Dwarf. In Mayan myth and legend it is said that Uxmal was built in one night by a dwarf with the help of his adopted mother who was known to be a witch. Who was this little guy? What did he and his sorceress mother do to shape the destiny of Uxmal? The ruins at Uxmal also have an equally stunning pyramid known as Temple of the Macaw. Together these two pyramids anchor the site and give it a grace blessed by the gods in strength. Upon arrival Merida, check in to hotel. 

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Merida: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: Embajadores or similar category 
Superior Category: El Castellano or similar category

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch & Dinner at own expenses
Hotel in Merida
DAY 11 - Merida - Chichen Itza - Cancun (or Playa Del Carmen)

Breakfat at hotel in Merida, get ready to Cancun and you will explore another 'must-visit' sites of Yucatan.

You'll arrive at Chichen Itza and start a guided tour with a specialized guide enjoying the tranquility of your morning visit. Throughout the tour, your guide will provide archaeological essential background so you better understand the history of Chichen Itza. Discover how this large pre-Columbian city played an important role in the Mayan civilization around 600 AD to 1200, and remained a center of worship and pilgrimage until the arrival of the Spaniards. Even today, it is still considered sacred by the Mayan people of the Yucatan site. Like many of the cities of ancient Mexico, the site was abandoned, and its ruins were hidden in the jungle. This archaeological site has earned the protection of UNESCO and today is considered one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. 

Mexican style of lunch at local restaurant was included during the sightseeing, after 2 hours drive journey (197km) from Chichen Itza to Cancun, the tour end at 1800pm at Cancun beach-hotel. (Or you can choose to stay at Playa Del Carmen Hotel, about 1 hour drive from Cancun Beach)

*Remarks for Hotel Accommodation in Cancun Beach: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. 
Standard Category: Ramada Cancun or similar category 
Superiod Category: Hotel NYX Cancun or similar category 

Hotel Accommodation in Playa Del Carmen: All hotels standard check in time is 1400-1500pm afternoon. Served with Continental Breakfast.
Standard Category: Nina & Beach Club or similar category 
Superiod Category: Hacienda Paradise or similar category

Transfer Travel by Coach or Van (depend of group size)
Meals Breakfast in hotel, Lunch at local restaurant, Dinner at own expenses
Hotel in Cancun Beach or Playa Del Carmen
DAY 12 - Cancun (Departure)

Breakfat at hotel, free & easy and at the set time you will be transferred to Cancun 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 | 11-12-2019 - 07-01-2020 , 15-09-2020 - 16-09-2020 , 14-03-2020 - 19-03-2020 , 26-03-2020 - 01-04-2020 , 10-04-2020 - 28-04-2020 , 15-07-2020 - 20-08-2020 , 31-10-2020 - 04-11-2020 , 15-09-2019 - 16-09-2019 , 31-10-2019 - 04-11-2019
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