2024 Mexico 12-Night Total Solar Eclipse Tour

Explore numerous fascinating cities and archaeological sites across Mexico before heading to a prime viewing site near the eclipse center line, providing near-maximum eclipse duration.
By | Published: March 16, 2023
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April 3-15, 2024

Start your 2024 eclipse tour in Mexico City, where you’ll visit the city’s principal plaza and world heritage site, Zocalo National Palace, as well as other historic locations like Metropolitan Cathedral and nearby Xochimilco, where you’ll ride an Aztec boat. Next you’ll visit the impressive archaeological zone of Teotihuacan, home of the monumental Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, as well as the ruins at Quetzalpapalotl. After that, on to a panoramic tour of Cuernavaca, the city of the eternal spring, home to one of the oldest Cathedrals in America: the Palace of Cortes. Durango, a colonial treasure surrounded by waterfalls, mountains, rivers, and deserts, is your next stop — and near where you’ll soon enjoy viewing the spectacular total solar eclipse. Following the eclipse, you’ll venture to Cancun and visit the nearby Mayan ruins at Coba before moving on to Valladolid, one of the oldest cities in the Yucantan Peninsula. Next awaits a panoramic bus tour through colonial Merida to view its 14th-century buildings and mansions. You’ll then venture to Uxmal, a Mayan ceremonial center that dates back nearly 1,500 years. Rounding out your epic trip is an all inclusive 3-day stay at a resort on the beautiful white-sand beaches of Riviera Maya. For pricing, full itinerary, and more information, click here.

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