Packages in Tamasopo
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Tamasopo Vacation Packages
Tamasopo Vacation Packages
Tamasopo can be found 170 miles north of the country's capital, Mexico City.
Don't miss out on Puente de Dios. Or, if that doesn't appeal to you, try Tamasopo Waterfalls.
Damian Carmona and Cardenas are two locations in the wider region that you will want to add to your itinerary.
Get to the core of this region's culture by touring around the local restaurants and cafés.
Unveil the secrets of the region's food scene by embarking on an exciting culinary adventure. You'll find that the local dishes often feature beans and pork.
Eat like the local people do by experiencing esquites (mexican corn salad) and tamales.
Invigorate your senses with a local favorite, arroz con leche (rice with milk), for a rich experience that will leave a delicious taste in your mouth.
Kick back and try Dos Equis, a treasured beer in this region.
Café de olla (cinnamon coffee) is a beloved alcohol-free beverage that one can order with every meal.
If you'd like to feel the local vibe, get a tejuino. This spirit is well known around Mexico.
Kick back and relax with a bottle of sauvignon blanc from the local vintage. There's no reason to only order one when you can also taste viognier.
Engage with the local inhabitants in Mexico by getting familiar with some Spanish. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" translates to "Would you like to dance with me?" in Spanish. "Este caballero pagará por todo" is also worthwhile knowing. It translates to "This gentleman will pay for everything".
Visiting Mexico on the 16th of September will net you a first person perspective of Independence Day.
When it's nearly time to depart, spend your last Mexican pesos on a few keepsakes and say, "Adiós" to the interesting characters you've met and the landscapes you've seen.
Even the best vacation can't last forever, so when it's time to go back to reality, head toward the nearest airport. It's 100 miles to the east of Tamasopo.