Mexico – Aztec History & Modern Experience Tour
- Visit The Templo Mayor
- Visit Puebla- oldest city in mexico
- Evening performance of the Quetzal Dance
- Visit the Zapotec ruins of Monte Alban
- Surfing on the Pacific
- Tour of Mexico City
Our Mexico school trips focus on language, history, civilization and cultural interaction – all in one incredible educational tour.
Our Mexican school trips expose students to the history of Mexico and its ancient civilizations. The beauty of modern day Mexico compliments this learning adventure.
Student trip itineraries are completely customizable for your group, desires, and needs.
Day 1 - Depart for Mexico
Travel to Mexico City, prepare for the adventure ahead.
Day 2 - Aztec ruins of Teotihuacán
Visit the Templo Mayor, one of the main temples of the Aztecs. Before entering the actual museum, one can walk through the remains of Tenochtitlan. Enjoy a guided tour inside and outside the museum which displays multiple layers and the partial excavation of this great temple of the Pre-Hispanic civilization.
Day 3 - Puebla
Puebla is considered the oldest continually inhabited city in Mexico. See the city’s famous hand-painted ceramics and tiles being made at Uriarte International in Puebla, located in Puebla’s historical center. Evening performance of the Quetzal Dance: a colourful folkloric dance which pre-dates the Spanish Conquest.
Day 4 - Oaxaca
Days 5 - 6 - Puerto Escondido
Here in this beautiful Pacific Ocean coastal town we will spend some time learning surfing techniques on the beach before we head into the water for lessons. Explore a nearby lagoon and mangrove wildlife, then enjoy a final day on the beach.
Day 7 - Mexico City
Day 8 - Homeward Bound
Begin our journey home after a great trip to Mexico together.
AirfareRoundtrip group airfare to Mexico
CoachPrivate coach bus for duration of tour
HotelsCentrally located, student friendly, 3 * minimum, acclaimed hotels
Three meals a day included in tour. Meals at locally owned and run restaurants and accommodations serving authentic cuisine sufficient for all appetites.
The Aztecs had an advanced system for writing and keeping records.
Places You’ll Visit
Visit The Templo Mayor one of the main temples of the Aztecs in their capital city of Tenochtitlan, which is now Mexico City.
Puebla was established between 800 and 200 B.C. and is considered the oldest continually inhabited city in Mexico.
The Zapotecs had a long relationship with Aztecs, sharing similar customs, religious beliefs and even shared social and cultural developments such as a calendar system.
Here in this beautiful Pacific Ocean side town we will spend some time learning surfing techniques on the beach before we head into the water for lessons.