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Mexico City, Sumidero Canyon, San Cristobal, Chamula, Zinacantan, Ocozocoaultla, Amatenango, Potiltik, Tonina, Palenque, Laguna de Catazaja, Villahermosa, and more!

10 Days from/to Mexico City, Mexico

March 3 – 12, 2019


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Chiapas Mexico Carnival Gay Tour tourThe word "Carnival" refers to the festivities that occur in many predominately Catholic cities around the world every year prior to the Lenten season. These celebrations typically involve a parade combining some elements of a circus, masks, and a huge street party. However, every country brings its own character to their own Carnival, and Mexico has some of the most exuberant in the world.

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Carnival usually begins with the Quema del Mal Humor, the "Burning of Bad Mood," usually an effigy of an unpopular political figure whose burning symbolizes people leaving behind everyday worries so that the merriment can begin. There is the crowning of a Carnival Queen or King, with parades, fireworks, games and rides. On this thrilling 9-night gay group tour, you will experience historic cities, archaeology, architecture, agriculture and wildlife, plus the delightful revelries of an unforgettable Mexican Carnival.


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Carnival - Festive Chiapas Mexico Gay Tour Highlights

• Mexico City *
• San Cristobal de las Casas, cultural capital of Chiapas
• Village of Chamula
• Zinacantan in Chiapas Highlands
• Native Zoque Carnival of Ocozocoaultla
• Artisan Village of Amatenango
• Potiltik Orchid Farm
• Tonina, pre-Colombian archaeological site
• Mayan Site of Palenque *
• Wildlife Cruise in Laguna de Catazaja
• Villahermosa, Capital of Tabasco District

* UNESCO World Heritage Site


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Carnival - Festive Chiapas Mexico Gay Tour Itinerary

Day 1 - Sunday, March 3, 2019
Welcome to Mexico City
Mexico gay tour - Mexico CityPlan your international flights to arrive in Mexico City today, no later than the mid-afternoon. You will be greeted at the airport and transferred to our hotel in Centro Historical District.

We meet in the lobby of the hotel at 6:00 pm and walk to the Zocalo for welcome drinks at a rooftop bar overlooking the Plaza de la Constitution, the Cathedral, and the National Palace.

Next, we stroll through the charming historical district to the century-old Cafe de Tacuba and for a traditional Mexican dinner.

Our time in Mexico City is limited, and if you have not experienced it before you will want to consider arriving a day or two early to explore. Our tour leader will be available to assist with your planning. Overnight in Mexico City.

Meals: Welcome Drink & Welcome Dinner
Hotel: NH Mexico City Centro Histórico, Mexico City, 4*


Day 2 - Monday, March 4, 2019
Sumidero Canyon / San Cristobal
Mexico gay tour - Sumidero CanyonWe take a short, early flight to the city of Tuxtla Gutierrez.

Our van takes us to the Sumidero Canyon which we tour by boat, followed by lunch at El Campanario in Chiapa de Corzo.

We continue up into the mountains to San Cristobal las Casas. San Cristobal was the Spanish capitol of Chiapas in the nineteenth century and maintains its colonial charm.

After checking in to our hotel we have a guided walking tour of the town for orientation and dine at restaurant LUM, in Hotel BO.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Mision Grand Hotel, San Cristobal Las Casas, 4*


Day 3 - Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Chamula / Zinacantan
Carnival in Chiapas, Mexico gay tourToday we enjoy Carnival in Chiapas by visiting two remarkable celebrations in the nearby villages of Chamula and Zinacantan. Here we see fire walkers, monkey dancers, musicians, fireworks, and colorful costumes. Our first stop will be Chamula, where we will also have lunch before continuing to Zinacantan.

We return in the evening to explore San Cristobal's many attractions. Overnight in San Cristobal.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Hotel: Mision Grand Hotel, San Cristobal Las Casas, 4*


Day 4 - Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Mexico gay tour - Carnival in OcozocoaultlaToday is Ash Wednesday. We attend the Carnival in Ocozocoaultla, "one of the most curious and interesting of the many religious festivals you’ll find across Mexico. This event harks back to the pre-Hispanic era, drawing on the traditions of the native Zoque people. Several days of dances and parades are topped off with a prize given for the best performers and then a riotous free-for-all in which everyone dusts each other in flour, talcum powder, water and the yellow powder of the zapoyal fruit" (from "Top Five Festivals in Mexico" by Deborah Hudson).

Some guests may choose to remain in San Cristobal for a relaxed day visiting the museums, markets and shops. Overnight in San Cristobal.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Hotel: Mision Grand Hotel, San Cristobal Las Casas, 4*


Day 5 - Thursday, March 7, 2019
Amatenango / Potiltik
Mexico gay tour - orchid farmToday we travel to Amatenango to visit the pottery artists.

We next visit Potiltik, an orchid farm with formal gardens, and have lunch under their beautiful arbor.

We return to San Cristobal in time for an afternoon stroll and to prepare for an early departure the next day. Overnight in San Cristobal.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Hotel: Mision Grand Hotel, San Cristobal Las Casas, 4*


Day 6 - Friday, March 8, 2019
Tonina / Palenque
Mexico gay tour - Tonina pyramidAfter breakfast, we check out of our hotel and travel by van to Palenque. On the way we stop to see the beautiful archeological site Tonina.

We have lunch at restaurant El Jarocho in Ocosingo. If time permits, we stop at the Agua Azul or Misol-Ha waterfalls.

We check in to our hotel and then go as a group to Monte Verde Restaurant for dinner. Overnight in Palenque.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Aldea del Halach Huinic Hotel, Palenque, 3.5*


Day 7 - Saturday, March 9, 2019
Mexico gay tour - PalenqueWe spend the day exploring the famous archeological site of Palenque, a Mayan city state that dates from 226 BC to AD 799, reaching its height during the 7th century. While a smaller site than other Maya cities, it contains some of the finest architecture, sculptures and bas-reliefs.

The evening is free to enjoy our tropical hotel. Some guest may wish to end the day at the gay-friendly dance bar Don Mucho's to enjoy the nightly Fire Dancing. Overnight in Palenque.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Hotel: Aldea del Halach Huinic Hotel, Palenque, 3.5*


Day 8 - Sunday, March 10, 2019
Laguna de Catazaja / Villahermosa
Mexico gay tour - Laguna de CatazajaWe travel by van to Villahermosa. On the way we visit the Laguna de Catazaja where we take a boat to see wildlife including the golden iguanas, roseate spoonbills, crocodiles, and much more. We have lunch at a lakeside seafood restaurant.

Arriving in Villahermosa we visit the outdoor museum La Venta Park, where we see artifacts of the Olmec people, a civilization that pre-dates the Maya.

After checking in to our hotel we go as a group to a popular local restaurant. Overnight in Villahermosa.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: Mision Express Hotel, Villahermosa


Day 9 - Monday, March 11, 2019
Return to Mexico City
Mexico City gay tourLeaving Villahermosa in the morning we catch a flight back to Mexico City.

In Mexico City we may have time to explore some museums and markets and then enjoy Farewell Drinks at L'Opera and Farewell Dinner nearby. Overnight in Mexico City.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Hotel: NH Mexico City Centro Histórico, Mexico City, 4*


Day 10 - Tuesday, March 12, 2019
The tour officially ends after breakfast this morning. We will organize small group transfers to the airport (included). If you wish to extend your stay in Mexico City, please let us know on your reservation form so that we can keep your room available for another night.

Meals: Breakfast


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• 9 nights hotel accommodations:
- 2 nights at NH Mexico City Centro Histórico Hotel in Mexico City;
- 4 nights at Mision Grand Hotel in San Cristobal Las Casas;
- 2 nights at Aldea del Halach Huinic Hotel in Palenque
- 1 night at Mision Express Hotel in Villahermosa
• Arriving and departing hotel transfers;
• Two domestic flights within Mexico;
• Hotel breakfasts daily plus Welcome & Farewell Dinners;
• Other meals as listed in the itinerary;
• Ground transportation in climate controlled van;
• Sightseeing activities and entrances as listed in the itinerary.
• This is a fully guided and escorted tour.


Not Included:

• International airfare to Mexico City (MEX);
• Ground transportation for sightseeing on your own (taxis, local guides, etc.);
• Meals and optional activities not specifically listed in the itinerary;
• Camera fees; alcoholic beverages; laundry, telephone calls, faxes, or any other expenses of a personal nature.
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• Tips to drivers and guides and other conveyance attendants are not included; tipping guidelines for our group tips will be provided prior to departure.


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Tour Hotels

NH Mexico City Centro Histórico Hotel, Mexico City

NH Mexico City Centro Histórico Hotel, Mexico CityNH Mexico City Centro Historico is only steps from the Metropolitan Cathedral, in the heart of Mexico City. It offers modern soundproofed rooms with free Wi-Fi and easy access to popular attractions.

The NH Mexico City Centro Historico is within walking distance of the historic Plaza de la Constitución (Constitution Square). The National Library and the Mexico City Museum are also easily accessible.

NH Mexico City Centro Histórico Hotel roomNH Mexico City Centro Historico hotel serves a variety of national and international dishes at its on-site restaurants, which also offers an "anti-oxidant" breakfast. Room services is available during limited hours.

Hotel rooms are comfortable and contemporary, decorated in soothing neutrals with the odd splash of vibrant red. All our rooms come with free Wi-Fi and a 42-inch TV.


Mision Grand Hotel, San Cristobal Las Casas

Mision Grand Hotel, San Cristobal Las CasasWith free Wi-Fi in a bright, traditional Mexican-style guesthouse, Hotel Mision Grand San Cristobal de las Casas features views of the Chiapas Highlands. In a 19th-century building, it features charming patio areas.

Zocalo Square and San Cristóbal Cathedral are less than 293 m from Hotel Mision Grand San Cristobal de las Casas, and the town hall is a 10-minute walk away. San Cristóbal De Las Casas Aiport is a 25-minute drive from the hotel.

Mision Grand Hotel roomRooms at Hotel Mision Grand San Cristobal de las Casas are individually decorated and have handmade quilts and tapestries. Each room has a private bathroom.

Hotel Mision Grand San Cristobal de las Casas features an à la carte restaurant and there's also a café, which opens onto a terrace. In the center of San Cristóbel de Las Casas, the guesthouse is a short walk from a range of cafes, bars and restaurants.


Aldea del Halach Huinic Hotel, Palenque

Aldea del Halach Huinic Hotel, PalenqueHotel la Aldea del Halach Huinic is set in tropical gardens on the edge of Palenque National Park, 2 km from Palenque centre. It offers an outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi zone and free on-site parking.

The rustic, air-conditioned rooms feature wooden beams and have a private balcony. The private bathroom comes with a shower.

Aldea del Halach Huinic Hotel roomHotel la Aldea del Halach Huinic has a restaurant, where guests can enjoy a drink or a meal in tranquil tropical surroundings.

Luggage storage and a laundry service are offered. There is a 24-hour reception and a tour desk. Palenque Airport is 5 km away.


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Trip Notes

Entry Requirements
For U.S. Citizens a valid passport is the only document required to enter Mexico for stays of up to 60 days.

Immunizations & Health
No immunizations are currently required for travel to Mexico, but it is wise to have your inoculations up-to-date. Is your tetanus booster current?

Exit Requirements
There is currently no separate departure tax required of visitors leaving Mexico other than that included with the cost of your airline ticket.

What to Bring
In March, average daily temperatures in Mexico City and San Cristobal can get as cool as 45 degrees at night up to a high of 75 degrees during the day. It can be a full 10 degrees warmer in Palenque. You won’t need a suit jacket or tie, as the tour is informal and dinner attire will be casual, but you will want nice casual outfits for dinners. Try to pack light and bring only one piece of luggage plus your carry-on. Create mix and match outfits, and think about layering! Pack any medications you require in a carry-on bag and leave expensive jewelry at home.

Money Matters
Mexico's currency is the Mexican Peso (MXP), with bills in 20, 50, 100 and 500 MXP denominations and coins in .50, 1, 2, 5 and 10 pesos. Although most tourist centers widely accept U.S. dollars, we recommend using Pesos during your visit. Money exchange facilities offer the best exchange rate. On April 30, 2018, the exchange rate was 19.15 MXP to the U.S. $1.00.

Tipping in Mexico
Tipping guidelines for Mexico are nearly the same as tipping guidelines used in the United States or Canada, with some exceptions. Most service employees earn very little or no base salary and the tips they earn comprise the vast majority of their overall income. In restaurants, it is customary to leave your server a tip of 15% of the cost of the food/beverages before the value added tax.

Travel Insurance
We strongly encourage you purchase Travel Insurance to cover all aspects of your travel in Mexico.


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Carnival - Festive Chiapas Mexico Gay Tour Prices

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Per person
$ (USD)

Tour Only, Per Person, Double Occupancy.

$ 4,300

Tour Only, Per Person, Single Occupancy
(Paying a single supplement is not required. Toto Tours will try to match you with a roommate if you are traveling alone and prefer to share a room. If this is not possible, a single supplement will be applied to your reservation before the final payment date.)

$ 4,850

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