Below are some sample itineraries to get you started. If you would like to visit somewhere not mentioned here just ask us - we can never include all possible areas and everything we do is tailor-made.
Itineraries are classified as follows: Classic: Our favourite itineraries. Group: Escorted group tours. Press: Itineraries we have prepared to accompany press articles. Specialist: Specialist itineraries, such as trekking, rafting, fishing or riding.
Classic itineraries (just Mexico)
Classic Mexico - colourful colonial cities, ancient Maya ruins and beautiful, white-sand beaches on the Caribbean coast
A 13 day tour of Maya Mexico visiting beautiful cities, remote ruins and the stunning beaches of the Caribbean coast.
Colonial Mexico - exploring the colonial heartland on a journey through delightful cities sampling the local cuisine along the way
A 12 day tour taking in the rich history, culture and traditions of six contrasting colonial cities within easy reach of Mexico's capital.
Western Mexico - the less-visited west boasts beautiful scenery, whale-watching and an epic railroad
A 14 day tour taking in the dramatic scenery of western Mexico's Copper Canyon, whales in the Sea of Cortez, and wild Pacific coast.
Classic itineraries (including other countries)
Guatemala to Mexico - an off-the-beaten-track, adventurous journey through the Maya heartland ending on the Riviera Maya
A 20 day tour following an adventurous path from the colonial cobbles of Antigua, Guatemala to the tip of the Yucatan peninsula and its Caribbean shores in Mexico. This itinerary really shows the extent and importance of the Maya culture visiting little known archaeological sites in the jungle, traditional markets and viewing stunning volcanic scenery along the route.
Specialist itineraries (just Mexico)
Mexico whale adventure - from the Sea of Cortés to the Pacific, whale-watching and exploring Mexico's Baja peninsula
A 15 day tour independently exploring the wilds of Baja California and taking in the whale watching areas of Loreto, Magdalena Bay and Los Cabos.