If you are looking for a Taxco tour in Mexico with bilingual guide, Wayak brings to you simply the best tourist services in the country. There is no better way to travel than with our shuttle routes, chauffeured vans and other transportation services. If you want to travel to Taxco, we invite you to book our tour today and enjoy this city.
Like any high-ground city, Taxco has stunning viewpoints. However, the best way to discover the beauty of its streets, squares and its surroundings is the cable car, which offers a journey over 173 meters high. Discover the gastronomy of Taxco, which is also a unique experience. Book your Taxco tour in Mexico with bilingual guide today.
They have an impressive array of dishes ranging from delicious soups, to exotic insects like jumiles. There is a variety of dessert to choose from, but definitely try some of the insects, a once in a lifetime experience that you can live with our Taxco tour in Mexico with bilingual guide. The mines are the main attraction in Taxco.
The magic of Taxco extends to surrounding places, full of history and with many sites to discover. Just reach Ixcateopan Cuauhtemoc, with its church of Santa Maria de la Asuncion of the 16th century, considered a historical monument. Our Taxco tour in Mexico with bilingual guide will take you there and to the many other nearby sites you will love.
Due to the geography of the surrounding area, with huge mountains, jungle and even a river, you can find a wealth of attractions and activities. One of the most impressive is visiting Cacahuawamilpa Caves, located just 30 kilometers from downtown Taxco. Our Taxco tour in Mexico with bilingual guide will take you to this famous tourist attraction.
On the way to the caves, or practicing an extreme sport in the nearby mountains, you can see a ringtail, badger or armadillo, or an iguana, buzzard. Taxco is inhabited by multiple species of birds, reptiles and mammals because of the favorable climate, rivers and vibrant vegetation of northern Guerrero state. Book your Taxco tour in Mexico.
Other travelers also read