EXPLORE SAN MIGUEL
DE ALLENDE LIKE
Tour like never before
Walking city tour
A walking tour is the best way to discover everything San Miguel de Allende and its surroundings have to offer. Take in the sights, flavors, music and scenery first-hand.
For those who enjoy being in contact with nature while traveling, we offer an outdoors experience at Xotolar Ranch, a working ranch ran by the Morín Ruiz family, located at 18 kms from the center of San Miguel de Allende. This is a magical place surrounded by pre-Columbian ruins and archaeological sites, full of wide open spaces, fresh air and stunning landscapes. Be it in family or as a single rider, we tailor your visit so you can enjoy and admire the vastness of this place. After the ride, you will enjoy a delicious Mexican ranchero meal prepared by the hosting family.
Riding experience is not required.
Hot Air Balloon
Experience flying on a hot air balloon and see San Miguel at a bird’s eye view. The valley, the colors and San Miguel’s unique landscapes can be admired from high above at awe-inspiring angles.
Ready to explore San Miguel de Allende on an ATV? We can make it happen! Come join us for a 3 hour tour winding around the streets and country roads of our magical town. Bring your cameras because you will definitely want to document the sights and scenery you will find along the way!
This day trip to Guanajuato city allows you to explore this UNESCO world heritage site, an important mining center in colonial times. His underground streets, cobblestones alleyways, picturesque squares, colorful vivacious facades as his lively environment will make you want to come back again and again!. Eight hours door to door.
We suggest to leave at 9am, you´ll be back by 5pm.
Santuario de Atotonilco & Dolores Hidalgo
Come with us to enjoy Atotonilco Sanctuary, an eighteen-century temple known as the Sistine chapel of America, founded by the priest Luis Felipe Neri de Alfaro as a place of retreat in the year 1748. We also visit, Dolores Hidalgo, Cradle of Mexico´s Independence and important main producers of the traditional majolica tiles in the typical colonial decorated style of Mexico by hand.