Mexican Cigar Makers Tour

21 Day Cigar tour

 

Day 1: Cross border and travel to Matehuala or Real de Catorce.

Day 2: Explore the abandoned town of Real de Catorce, featured in several motion pictures including Bandidas (Salma Hayek and Penelope Cruz), The Mexican ( Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts), and some scenes of The Treasure of the Sierra Madre ( Humphrey Bogart).

Day 3: Travel to Poza Rica/ Papantla (the vanilla capitol of Mexico) area.

Day 4: Visit the mysterious ruins of El Tajin. If time allows, the nearby little-known archeological site of Cuyuxquihui.

Day 5: Travel to Veracruz, with a stop at either Quiahulixlan, where Cortez landed, or the ruins of Cempoala.

Day 6: Visit Veracruz and travel to Catemaco and the Los Tuxtlas region.

(There are major, but little known, sites in Los Tuxtlas—will not visit in order listed, but will visit these and many more not listed including at least three cigar factories.)

Day 7: Catemaco and touring the volcanic lake.

Day 8: Catemaco, the ocean drive.

Day 9: Coffee plantation and main waterfall.

Day 10: Los Tuxtlas.

Day 11: Travel to Puebla.

Day 12: Puebla; founded in 1531, the historical area includes three hundred ninety-one blocks, with 2,169 buildings of historic significance and reflects colonial Spain.

Day 13: Puebla and Choula.

Day 14: Travel to Costa Esmeralda with a stop in Jalapa.

Day 15: Travel to Cd. Valles or Rio Verde.

Day 16: Travel to Zacatecas, the silver mining capitol of the world for 500 years.

Day 17: Zacatecas & La Quemada.

Day 18: Travel to Saltillo.

Day 19: Parras; the oldest continuously producing winery in the New World.

Day 20: Travel to Cuatrocienegas.

Day 21: Return to the United States.

 

Notes concerning the twenty-one day Cigar tour:

There are three long travel days in this tour. I recommend cigar lovers find time to take the twenty-eight day “Know Mexico” tour.

For those with limited time, we can pick up passengers who fly into and from Veracruz on the dates the tour is in that city. The airline cost is in addition to the cost for the entire tour.

The cost of the Cigar tour is $2,800. This covers guides and transportation.

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