Visit to Mascota, a Colonial town surrounded by thick forests of pine, oak and Tepehuaje, a quaint and charming well-preserved colonial town with cobblestone streets framed by beautiful red-tiled houses and farms of the nineteenth century. In this place you don’t lose the opportunity to try the local cuisine, which is why we offer a breakfast with a delicious coffee pot.
Downtown: Walk to the downtown, a lovely place with its beautiful kiosk neo Moorish-style and portals. Also visit the archeology museum and cultural center that exhibits large collection of photographs of petroglyphs in the region, the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, and the Templo Inconcluso de la Preciosa Sangre.
Guachimontones: Located at Tehuchitlán, Jalisco, this archeological zone includes constructions with a peculiar archeological style, circular patios, two ball games, an amphitheater, and some terraces.
Certified bilingual guide
Breakfast at La Estancia
Entrance to Guachimontones
Drinks (water and juice or soft drinks)
Money for souvenirs