Experience Mexico’s distinctive cuisine while travelling through Oaxaca, Puebla, Mazunte and Mexico City.
Get an authentic taste of Mexico on this luscious journey through some of the country’s most famous culinary regions. Meander through Oaxaca’s aromatic markets; take to the streets of Puebla to sample some the city’s local specialties; indulge in fresh seafood on the beach; and take to the streets of Mexico City on a taco crawl to experience a delightful culinary heritage that goes back thousands of years. If you’re after cultural richness, authentic experiences and flavoursome food that’s tinged with fiesta, then this Real Food Adventure is for you.
Mexican cuisine is one of the hottest new food trends. This trip take you to the source of some of the nation's most iconic foods, from tacos to mole and beyond
In Oaxaca you'll enter the heart of pre-Hispanic cuisine; taste chiles, chocolate, mezcal and the surprisingly delicious chapulines (grasshoppers)
It may not be edible, but a Lucha Libre (theatrical 'freestyle wrestling') match in Puebla is an entertaining and memorable cultural experience
A fishing expedition out on the Pacific Ocean will have you eating fresh ceviche on one of the best beaches on Mexico's south-west coast
This trip aims to give you an exciting, diverse and well-rounded experience of a country’s cuisine. While we endeavour to cater for specific dietary requirements, some meals and food activities are set in advance and may be difficult to adjust. Please be aware that in many countries dietary restrictions are not common or well understood. If you have dietary requirements, simply contact your agent at the time of booking for further information on how this may impact on your ability to take part in included activities and meals. Come with an open mind and open mouth, and you won’t be disappointed!
You will be covering a fair amount of ground on this trip, so be prepared for some driving. Mexico is a big country. However, there's only one very long bus trip (approximately 9 hours), overnight jaunt from Oaxaca to Mazunte.
This itinerary is valid for departures from 01 January 2018 to 31 December 2018. View the itinerary for departures between 01 January 2017 - 31 December 2017
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Please note that this tour ends on arrival at Mexico City Airport (MEX). Please do not book onward flight from MEX prior to 6pm.
If you wish to extend your time in Mazunte, please advise your agent at the time of booking and we can arrange for the date of the included flight to be changed. We can book accommodation in Mazunte for you at additional cost.
This tour includes a flight from Mazunte to Mexico City on the final day of the tour. Luggage allowances on this flight are pretty generous as each passenger is allowed to take 2 x check-in bags up to 25kgs each and 10kgs of carry-on luggage.
Please note a Single Supplement is available to book, nights 7 and 8 will be excluded.
Passport details are required at the time of booking as they are needed for the included flight.
Please note on arrival into Mexico Immigration will give you a document with the number of days you are allowed to stay in Mexico. You will need to keep this document safe and show this document to the airline when you leave the country. A possible fee of approximately 500 MXN will be charged to you if you loose this document.
Our Mexico Real Food Adventure trips score an average of 4.73 out of 5 based on 37 reviews in the last year.
The Mexico food trip was everything I thought it would be. A great guide who was felt more like a friend. If anything the trip could be longer with more days in Pueblo, probably 12 days in total. If you like food and want to see the true Mexico, this is the trip for you.
Review submitted 20 Sep 2017
This tour is a fantastic way to see a totally different side of Mexico and how all of the many pieces of history have combined into an exciting, unexpected, vibrant cuisine. If you're coming for boring fajitas and margaritas - think again; what you're going to experience is a world of much more subtlety - from moles to ceviches, smoky mezcal to rich cocoa, the bright range of incredible local fruits, and yes, even some yummy grasshoppers along the way. This is a tour for seeing and trying new things, and enjoying a culture that is varied and deep. The best thing you can bring with you is an appetite - both to eat and to learn!
Review submitted 22 Aug 2017