Mexico

Day of the Dead 2017, October 27-November 4, 2017

Day of the Dead in Michoacán is one of Mexico’s most revered and unique holidays, that combines pre-Hispanic rituals with Catholic traditions. During this time, families gather to remember their departed loved ones. It is believed that through this reflection and memory, they are kept alive!.

Culture and Cuisine of Mexico

An extraordinary culinary journey to learn of Mexican culture through its culinary heritage. This unique cultural travel experience begins in Oaxaca, where the earliest pre-domesticated corn was found over 6,000 years ago. Corn was the crop that provided the means for civilization to develop and flourish in Mesoamerica…

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Oaxaca

Visit the land of the Zapotecs, Mixtecs, Huave, Mixe and many other indigenous groups. A region of great diversity and contrasts, both in its people and topography…

Discover Chiapas

Traveling to Chiapas, is like entering another world. From the crystal clear air and light of San Cristobal in the Highlands, to the dense tropical rainforest of the Lowlands…

Yucatan

Sun drenched Yucatan lies on the Peninsula that shares its name. Known for it’s aqua blue waters, the great Classic and post-Classic Maya empires of Uxmal and Chichen Itza, colonial Merida…

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Campeche

Discover the land of the Ancient & Present Campeche. The State of Campeche, located on the Yucatan Peninsula, is an undiscovered treasure of early Maya cities and empires dating to the pre-Classic period. The pre-Classic Peten, the transitionary Rio Bec and Chenes and finally the Classic Puuc regions and styles can be seen at Calakmul, […]

Mexico City

Discover one of the World’s Great Capital Cities! Our travelers love it and here is why we do too! Mexico City can be overwhelming. But like any great city, it is the sum of its parts. In Mexico City, this includes: the Historic Center with baroque and neo-classical architecture, the Palace of Fine Arts with […]

Puebla

In Puebla, the city is so iconic that sometimes Puebla the State is overlooked! Not at Tia Stephanie Tours! Recognizing that the State of Puebla has a great cultural and bio diversity, we decided to package a program that offers travelers the opportunity to experience and learn about the key natural and cultural wonders in Puebla!

Michoacan

Discover the land of the Ancient & Present Day Purepecha People. Known for its natural beauty and colonial charm, Michoacan is a gem waiting to be discovered. The vast and diverse landscape ranges from coastal lowlands, to peaks of over 10,000 feet. In 1943, the great peak of Paricutin blew its top and today one […]

Veracruz

Veracruz is unlike any other State in Mexico. Given it’s geographic & topographic position that includes lining a vast portion of the Gulf of Mexico & the mountains that rise behind the coastal regions in the North and swampy regions in the South; one can say, “Veracruz has it all”. It is the land of […]

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Chihuahua

From the Paquime, Casas Grandes, Mata Ortiz region to Chihuahua and the spectacular Copper Canyon, we can help you get there. Our local contacts will provide intimate experiences with the natural and cultural environment deep in the Copper Canyon region, where you will learn about the geological phenomenon of this vast canyon system, as well […]

Jalisco

This is Classic Mexico; home of mariachis and tequila. For art enthusiasts, Guadalajara has the “Sistene Chapel” of Mexico, the Jose Clemente Orozco masterpiece mural cycle at the Hospicio Cabanas. Here, we can also explore ancient pre-Hispanic cultures that were unlike any other culture in Mesoamerica. Come see what Jalisco has to offer beyond Puerto […]

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