Romantic Mexico Tour
Punta Mita is a romantic beachfront resort on Mexico’s Pacific coast. Located on a small peninsula surrounded by white sand beaches on Banderas Bay, Punta Mita is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and is an easy drive north of Puerto Vallarta. It’s home to two Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses, Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita, and the St. Regis Resort Punta Mita. A private terminal nearby allows private or chartered jets.
This romantic tour is perfect for anyone looking for cultural exploration and then spending few days in Puerto Vallarta and Punta Mita staying at a boutique hotel and an award-winning resort. Begin with the enchanting San Miguel de Allende, the base for exploring Mexico’s colonial heartland. Take a private excursion to Guanajuato, a picture-perfect UNESCO-listed town. Spend the next few days in exciting Mexico City, then enjoy several relaxing days at an exclusive luxury beach resort in Punta Mita.
TRAVEL UNTAMED ON THIS 11-DAY ROMANTIC MEXICO TOUR…
And, experience Punta Mita, Mexico’s most posh beach destination.
Romantic Mexico Tour
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico City, Punta Mita
(11 Days – Travel Any Day)
Next, travel to enchanting San Miguel de Allende, the base for exploring Mexico’s colonial heartland. En route, visit the charming colonial city of Queretaro. Enjoy a privately-guided tour of San Miguel, best known for its cobblestone backstreets lined with beautiful colonial buildings, high quality local crafts and folk art, contemporary galleries, design and antique shops, lively markets, interesting small museums, and beautiful homes and gardens. Spend one day on a private excursion to Guanajuato, a picture-perfect UNESCO-listed town.
Spend the next few days in exciting Mexico City, the sophisticated and vibrant capital of Mexico. Your expert guide and private driver will show you the very best of the city and provide a wonderful link to the local history and culture. Visit excellent museums, explore colourful markets, art galleries and boutiques, and highly recommended restaurants. Visit ruins of Templo Mayor, the baroque Cathedral Metropolitan and Palacio Nacional, which houses historic murals by Diego Rivera. Then explore the surrounds for historical gems like the pyramids of Teotihuacan and take a private canal cruise through the floating gardens at Xochimilco. Finally, enjoy several relaxing days at an exclusive luxury beach resort in Punta Mita.
Day 1 – Arrive
Leon - San Miguel de Allende Private transfer to San Miguel de Allende for 3 nights.
Day 2 – Transfer
San Miguel de Allende Private morning tour of San Miguel de Allende. Afternoon at leisure.
Day 3 – Cooking Class
San Miguel de Allende Private morning cooking class or excursion to Guanajuato and Dolores Hidalgo.
Day 4 – Transfer
Mexico City Transfer to Mexico City for three nights. En route, tour pyramids at Teotihuacan.
Day 5 – City Tour
Mexico City Full-day private tour of Mexico City including interesting neighbourhoods, markets, museums and gallery districts.
Day 6 – The Surrounds
Mexico City Private city touring.
Day 7 – Transfer
Punta Mita Private transfer to flight to Puerto Vallarta. Private arrival transfer to Punta Mita for 4 nights.
Days 8 to 10 – At Leisure
Punta Mita At leisure at resort.
Day 11 – Depart
Puerto Vallarta Private airport transfer.
Make this your holiday
Getting There The only direct scheduled flights from the UK to Mexico are from London Heathrow to Mexico City or London Gatwick to Cancún, both with British Airways. Flying from anywhere else in Britain to Mexico, will require change of planes somewhere. If flying via the US, it’s worth checking if your transatlantic carrier has an airpass deal for non-US residents – most major US airlines do – by which you purchase coupons at a flat rate for a certain number of flights in North America. The pass will usually also include one or more destinations in Mexico and Canada.
When to go November to May: This is late winter in Mexico and the best time to visit. January to March are the months to visit Baja California to see the visiting whales. Beginning June, the rains begin to make their presence known, mostly in the form of an afternoon storm. July is the heart of Mexico's rainy season, though rains still accustomed to its afternoon routine, cooling down the temperatures. In August and September, rains become heavier, particularly on the Pacific Coast. By October, rains begin to ease a little but humid condition remain across much of the country.