Category Archives: Sightskipping

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Our Mexico Guides

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We are very picky with who guides for us on our small group trips to Mexico. They must of course be local, smart and enjoyable to be with. But there is more since our groups are small and our itineraries flex.

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All Cases–All People are Special

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At the risk of sounding like the church lady, I will say that with Authentic Mexico Travel every person is special. But I and we (my Mexican guide team) mean that and all that we put into sculpting our trips to the less traveled places of Mexico is focused on making it truly special for you.   […]

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Monarch Trips in 2016

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All summer we have been growing Monarch Butterfly larvae and releasing the adults. Perhaps we just saw our last adult a few days ago on a warm fall day here. They are now making their way south to Mexico and  Michoacán states and soon the viewing season will be on. We have trips going to […]

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Changes on the Copper Canyon Train

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For years and years–like since the 60s–CHEPE (the famous Copper Canyon train) has run its course up and down those steel rails from Chihuahua City and Los Mochis both ways every day of the year. Now that is changing. As of September 1, 2015, we are told the schedule will change. This fall the train […]

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Mexico City on Good Friday

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It was a lovely night tonight in Mexico City. I walked across the center on crowded streets to have a tune salad and a beer at Café Popular–delicious as I sat at the counter and people crammed this favorite local hangout. Walking back to Hampton Inn, the moon was rising over the cathedral and people […]

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Our latest Mexico City Tour

Now we offer long weekend trips to Mexico City. Your focus can be art, food, history or just seeing the sites! This one is another one of our “sightskipping”, authentic, small group trips that have made our excursions so popular with travelers. There is also the option to stay longer in Mexico City or Puebla–or […]

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Day of the Dead just 5 days away

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We have a group headed for Oaxaca for Day of the Dead. They have been in Puebla City for two days and are going to Oaxaca City today. Here are some images I just got from them.

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Running and walking in San Cristobal

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I am here in Chiapas for ATMEX for a few days and just returned from the vast and enchanting Triunfo Biosphere Reserve. Wow….it was breathtaking. I am getting ready for this 50 mile race (Running for Chickens to raise money for needy families in Chihuahua) so the stiff trails there up and down the rain […]

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Giving back in San Cristobal

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One of our values is that we always collaborate with Mexicans on our tours to Mexico. Another is giving back in the communities where we travel. So we have the Copper Canyon chicken project and the Copper Canyon Running tour in Chihuahua. In Chiapas we have become acquainted with a group called Amigos de San […]

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Mexico City Blog

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So I am just back from Mexico City and other points here and about in Mexico. And I have some new friends, some work to do on new itineraries to Chiapas, Oaxaca, and themed trips to Mexico City. And I have a fresh disgust for Cancun–no more now on this as I have resolved not to be […]

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