We live in boutique apartments instead of hotels or hostels to have that homely feel abroad. Our apartments are hand-picked to have comfort and privacy.
– Welcome social
– Taco crawl around the city
– Dia de los muertos parade
– Micheladas in Xochimilco
– Hike the Teotihuacan pyramids
– Cook spicy Mexican salsa
– Learn how to dance salsa
Our team will be curating all the local experiences and you can rely on them to help personalize your time in Mexico City.
We’ve reserved our own table of 10 at one of the best-rated restaurants in Mexico City. We booked this months in advance so you don’t have to worry about finding an opening!
– Hot Air Balloon over Teotihuacan pyramids
– Mezcal tasting
Hailing from Colombia, Cata has spent a significant amount of time in Mexico City and absolutely loves how vibrant it is! She’ll be coordinating with all our local partners and will be your go-to for all the local recommendations.
Tanaya has practically made Mexico City her second home. After visiting four times, Tanaya knows all the best dance spots in town. Definitely hit her up if you need a salsa partner!
Up to 10 other inspiring creatives, designers, founders, marketers, and other professionals. Check out our Community Page to learn more about the type of people you can expect to meet in Mexico City.
Unlike tour companies, we don’t just use a cookie-cutter itinerary for every trip. Each trip is unique and incorporates local events like summer festivals, markets, and the weather. We provide our curated schedules to the group a week before the trip, but here’s an outline of how we plan to journey through Mexico City this fall!
Bienvenidos! Turn in that OOO notification at work and meet your crew at an outdoor bar for a chill first night of getting to know each other. Drinks and chapulines are in order.
“Todos somos calaveras” — “we are all skeletons”. This three-day celebration is dedicated to remembering the lives of those who’ve passed. Giant floats, colorfully costumed entertainers, and beautifully painted skeletons all dance throughout the streets.
We’ll walk around Centro Histórico, stopping at 5-6 spots to sample tacos, tostadas, tortas–even churros! These stops are unknown to the casual tourist, making this a unique taste of CDMX.
You’ll kick back with cold micheladas and cheesy quesadillas as you’re carried down the river on a gondola-like boat, a trajinera. This lively experience is full of color, expressive mariachi music, and lots of Mexican flair!
You’ll learn to cook salsas in three traditional ways: roasted, raw, and fried. Each preparation is different in technique, personality, flavor, and spice level but they’re ALL delicious and special! Throughout the experience, you’ll receive hands-on instructions from Natalia Luna, who is a local chef and our friend!
There are two ways you can see the Teotihuacan pyramids – from above in a hot air balloon ride (add-on), or down below as you climb the steps. Take your pick, or do both!
Locals tell us that some of CDMX’s coolest activities take place once the sun goes down, and salsa dancing is definitely a huge part of it. With our local salsa instructor, you will learn the basics of Salsa or Bachata in order to shine on the dance floor. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced dancer, this experience is a great way to develop your salsa dancing skills before hitting the dance floor.
Your tastebuds will be overjoyed by Pujols tasting menu that takes Mexican food to another level. With reservations booked out months in advance, our 10 guests will be fortunate to taste the 2,575-day-old spiced mole.
We’ve scouted boutique apartments in the trendy neighborhoods of Condesa and Roma. Each apartment has private rooms for all our members. Our goal is to live, eat, and drink in the neighborhoods we travel to – so we don’t do shared hotels or hostels. Here’s the type of apartments we stay at in Mexico City:
Everything exceeded my highest expectations!
There were so many more activities I wouldn’t have considered doing myself and it was genuinely designed to make you experience a place for all that it has to offer rather than the similar or comfortable things travelers tend to do. From salsa-making classes to taco tours, and fun churro spots to hot air ballooning, these types of events mixed with people who are experienced in the city (local and non-local) take so much of the stress you typically have when planning vacations in non-speaking English cities.