Pueblos Cultural Tour is a full-day food tour through rural areas near Puerto Vallarta. Your day begins with a drive in an air-conditioned vehicle to the charming towns of San Juan de Abajo and Valle de Banderas.
Our first stop will be a Cacao farm where you’ll get to learn all about chocolate-making. Next, our friendly guides will take you to some local shops to gather all the ingredients we’ll need to cook an authentic Mexican lunch.
After that, we’ll meet up with a local chef who will host an interactive cooking class and show you how to make mole, fresh salsa, and tortillas.
Then, you’ll get to enjoy this delicious lunch (paired with local tequila and mezcal) alongside breathtaking views of the Sierra Madre mountains. Our Pueblos Tour is perfect for those who want to experience delicious Mexican Cuisine and its distinctive flavors.
Take a pleasant trip to the Sierra Madre Mountains’ foothills on board a comfortable vehicle that will take you to charming towns (locally known as “pueblitos”) and admire their picturesque churches and kiosks.
This walking tour will take you to San Juan de Abajo and Valle de Banderas’ charming towns, known for growing most of the fresh produce consumed in Puerto Vallarta.
Start your day with a visit to an organic cacao farm, where you will learn -and taste, everything about chocolate, from the flower to the seed, to the delicious products made with it. Discover its origins and try it the way the Mayans used to drink it.
Go grocery shopping with your local guide and get all the ingredients for an authentic Mexican meal.
You will learn to cook one of the most iconic complex dishes, the famous and tasty mole from a local chef. Make your own fresh salsas and tortillas by hand to round up your dish the traditional way.
Then, enjoy your delicious lunch with the captivating view of a tranquil lagoon as the perfect background for a beautiful family-style meal. Pair this feast with a refreshing beer and taste the distinctive flavor of local tequila and mezcal.
Delight in these charming pueblos’ architecture, customs, scenery, and flavors and get a more profound knowledge of Mexico’s countryside.