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The COMPLETE “Day of Dead Experience” 4 Days Tour

Are you ready to change the idea of death?

Quick Details

Hour Glass Duration: 4 days (Nov 1 – Nov 5)

Info Includes: Transportation + Guide + Hotel + The real Day of the Dead experience


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This complete 4 day tour will allow you to enjoy the incredible city of México. Let us take you through the deep history and rich colors of Mexico . All of these attractions are waiting for you during the best time of the year for Mexicans – THE DAY OF THE DEAD. What´s the day of the dead?

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Mexico City is quickly becoming a top-rated touristic attraction. Just a five-hour flight from New York, Mexico City has quickly become a super-popular weekend destination for urbanists and culture seekers alike. For a long time now, it has been a center of anthropological history and Latin American art. A new wave of local business owners has leveraged the Mexican entrepreneurial spirit to build an irresistible culinary scene and innovative architecture. These projects make this XIV century city, the most original at the forefront of cultural relevance in Americas

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  • Hotel: Hotel MX Centro (or similar) – 4 nights – 4 STARS a drawing of a cartoon character Private room

Hotel and tours: details described in the day by day itinerary.

-Comfortable transportation

Air-conditioned and comfortable seats, clean units for point-to-point transport

  • Pick up and drop off at airport
  • Transportation to all points described in the itinerary

-Mexican food



  •  Teotihuacan (entry included)
  • Historic Downtown tour 
  •  Xochimilco boat 2 hours
  • Coyoacan tour 2 hours
  • Downtown tour in the old town of Mexico City
  • Day of the Dead Parade If applicable according to dates
  •  The REAL day of the dead Tour!




The only way for people to enjoy this Day of the Dead celebration in an authentic and local style is by going on these tours. The towns where you could enjoy this fantastic experience are far outside of the main city making them really difficult to access. Forget about the fake and commercial locations, we want you to enjoy the REAL celebration of Day of the Dead.



Wed. 1 Nov

Welcome to Mexico! Your adventure will begin in Mexico City. We will meet you at the Hotel. Once there we will see each other  at 6 pm for a welcome meeting and dinner.


  • Pick up and drop off at airport
  • Welcome Dinner


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Thu. 2 Nov

Today is the most important day! Today Mexicans celebrate the Day of the Dead, but we don’t celebrate it like in a parade. That day we have a party in the cemeteries. Today is the Day of the Dead experience. We will go to 2 local cemeteries outside of Mexico City.
It is normal for us Mexicans to celebrate the festivities inside the cemeteries so it is normal for there to be mariachi, food and even tequila!
Our goal is to do something for the communities, as one of the cemeteries is a community isolated by the progress of the big city so we will bring a surprise for the locals, our philosophy is that we as travelers can make a positive impact to the community.




Fri. 3 Nov

We are going to know the heart of Mexico City, today we will go to the historical center where we will have a guided tour, the tour includes the most important and emblematic parts. If we are lucky and the ministry of education building is open we will be able to enjoy the murals of Diego Rivera. On the tour we include stops to taste the delicious gastronomy such as the emblematic taco al pastor. So it will be a mix between a historical tour and food tour.


  • Transport
  • Guided tour
  • Food tasting 
  • Mezcal tasting

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Sat. 4 Nov

Today we will go to what was once frida kahlo’s home, the neighborhood of coyoacan. This bohemian neighborhood is known for its street art, colorful streets and impressive markets. We will take a 2 hour tour of the alleyways and then head to Xochimilco.
Xochimilco is known for being the Venice of Mexico, a system of rivers in the middle of artificial islands built by the Aztecs is a favorite place for locals to go with family, friends and even mariachis! Join us on a 2 hour boat tour through the canals of this place!


  • Transport
  • Coyoacan Guided tour
  • 2 hours boat of Xochimilco

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Wednesday, 5 Nov

Our trip is over, until this day the hotel is booked. If you would like to stay longer and continue with the monkey experience ask for our services!


  • Breakfast


Optional additions:

  • Mexican party night
  • Wresting night
  • Mexican Caribbean Experience

What’s not included:

  • Dinners
  • Meals and breakfast not described in the itinerary
  • Guide tips
  • Flights
  • Travel insurance

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