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México City: Six Flags Theme Park Admission Tickets

1. México City: Six Flags Theme Park Admission Tickets

Take on roller coasters, river rapids, and laser tag at Six Flags Mexico City with this ticket. Find something for everyone in the attraction areas of Cowboy Village, Bugs Bunny Boomtown, DC Super Friends, Villa Hollywood, Polynesian Village, French Village, and Mexican Village. Simply exchange your voucher for a ticket and start your adventure. See comic book and cartoon characters brought to life in DC Super Friends and Bunny Boomtown. Feel like you've stepped into the wild west at Cowboy Village Feel the thrill of riding on 9 different roller coasters. Experience a simulation of a tsunami in the Polynesian Village. Splash around on two water rides. Explore the theme park to find thrilling adventures for all ages.

From Mexico City: Tolantongo Caves Small Group Tour

2. From Mexico City: Tolantongo Caves Small Group Tour

Grab the chance to visit Mexico's Tolantongo Caves on this day tour from Mexico City. Soak and swim in the thermal waters of the cliff pools and explore the many caves of the area. Lookout over crevices and mountains in natural hot springs meant for relaxation. Leave Mexico City first thing in the morning and appreciate a comfortable drive to the Tolantongo Caves. Upon arrival, take a bath in the hot springs, visit the caves, estuaries, pools, and waterfalls. Feel free to explore this paradisical place, 1280 meters above sea level. Visit the hidden paradise section, made up of 40 thermal water pools, including one with a slide. Access the paradise tunnel, which includes a suspension bridge, restaurant area, and zip line. If you want a little more adventure, take the opportunity to combine this relaxing excursion with hiking. Take stunning photos and appreciate activities fun for the whole family.

México City: Wrestling Tour

3. México City: Wrestling Tour

Feel the intensity of the ring on a guided tour of México City's Arena Mexico. Learn about la Lucha Libre with a shot of tequila from your guide. Watch live fights and take a scenic ride on the Capital Bus Zócalo. Enjoy a panoramic view on board of the double floor bus with a retractable roof visiting Monumento a la Revolucion, Alameda Central, Glorieta de Colón, and Parroquia de la Sta. Veracruz. Arriving at Arena Mexico you will receive a free mask and a shot of tequila and will live and understand the culture of the wrestling art, explained by the guide. Mexican wrestling began in 1840, one hundred years before it became an official sport. The first wrestling took place in public squares, theaters, bull rings, or any small box ring where fight demonstrations take place. At the beginning of the 20th century, most of the wrestling promoters were foreigners, for example, the Italian Giovanni Resselech, who organized two wrestling seasons in 1910, and the Belgian Constant le Marin, who first made a presentation including a Mexican versus a Romanian wrestler in 1921. With this background and the increasing popularity of this activity, the first wrestling function was made in the Arena Mexico in September 21st of 1933, on the previously called Arena Modelo.

Mexico City: Wrestling Show and Double-Decker Bus Tour

4. Mexico City: Wrestling Show and Double-Decker Bus Tour

Visit Arena Mexico to attend a live Lucha Libre wrestling show and experience the most traditional and spectacular of Mexico's sports in person. Watch as the colorful masked wrestlers go three to four rounds and enjoy the lively atmosphere in the arena. Listen as your guide, an expert in the art of wrestling, explains the rules. After the show, hop on board a double-decker bus and set out on a nighttime tour of downtown Mexico City. See the most iconic sights and learn about the city's history as you make your way along the tour route.

Mexico City: Private Cacahuamilpa Caves and Taxco Tour

5. Mexico City: Private Cacahuamilpa Caves and Taxco Tour

The first stop on your tour will be to the caves of Cacahuamilpa. You will enter through the huge rock door to contemplate the majestic scenery formed by the erosion of the water and the movements of the earth. You will then walk through the corridors and enjoy the sensation of penetrating the mountain to discover figures of animals, faces, buildings, and the customs of the Chontal tribes to honor their gods of the underworld. You will then go to the magical town of Taxco to eat at the Hotel Monte Taxco. After lunch, you can take the cable car (not included). Following this, you will take a walk through the city and visit the oldest mining center on the continent, which still stores silver mines that date back to the Colonial Era. Next, you will visit the ex-convent of San Bernardino and the Temple of Santa Prisca, which is a clear example of the fact that the town still retains its colonial style. The church there, which was built in approximately the 18th century, is of Novo-Hispanic Baroque style. You will then have free time to visit Humboldt House, where the famous German expeditionary stayed, and which is currently home to the Museo del Arte Virreinal. Following this, you will visit the different workshops, goldsmiths, and museums of this city (which is also called the City of Silver). At the conclusion of your educational and cultural day out, you will return to Mexico City at approximately 6:00PM.

From Mexico City: Teotihuacan Pyramids and Bike Tour

6. From Mexico City: Teotihuacan Pyramids and Bike Tour

Begin your day walking down the mythical Avenue of the Dead lined with vestiges of a magnificent civilization in the pre-Columbian Americas. The Guide will tell you about this mythical civilization, you will have a different perspective of the Pyramids of Teotihuacan. Continue with a bike ride through the Teotihuacán valley and enjoy the fantastic views of the area. Visit the Magical Town of San Martín de las Pirámides and explore a cave where your guide will talk to you about the importance of worldview in ancient culture. Visit a craft workshop where you will learn about precious stones, such as obsidian, and here you will also have the opportunity to taste the traditional Mexican alcoholic drink pulque, a fermented agave sap drink. Your tour will end with a tasty lunch (no drinks included) and will return to Mexico City at approximately 4:00 PM (depending on traffic conditions).

Mexico City: Lucha Libre Show

7. Mexico City: Lucha Libre Show

There’s nothing more thrilling than a classic wrestling match—jump into the excitement of the arena and see how locals experience this traditional spectacle.   Start the evening with a traditional drink and get ready to see Lucha Libre live. Enter the arena in top seats and experience an unforgettable night surrounded by the passion that this traditional sport generates in Mexican crowds.   Cheer on your favorite luchador (wrestler) while you learn about the history and social context of this classic show, all while sipping a local beer. See the good guys fighting the bad guys and admire their mind-blowing skills throughout the ring and aisles.

Morelos: Zoofari Centro de Conservación Entry Ticket

8. Morelos: Zoofari Centro de Conservación Entry Ticket

Visit Zoofari with ease with an official attraction ticket. Be amazed by the animals and make unforgettable memories. Head to the ticket booth with your voucher to access the park and collect your audio guide. Buy some food to feed the animals, then explore the six sections of the safari circuit as many times as you like. Begin with the first section, where you will find giraffes, African elephants, hippos, monkeys, swans, and more. Continue to section two to observe buffalo, deer, and sheep, which you can feed from your car. Visit section three for the big cats, as well as ostriches, crocodiles, and hyenas. Next, head to section four to see blue wildebeest, white lions, and leopards. Then, take in section five, home to animals such as zebra and gaur. Finally, flamingos, black swans, and sloths await in section six. After exploring the safari to your heart's content, visit the jaguar trail, go down the zip line, have a picnic, eat at the restaurant, and buy a souvenir to remember your experience.

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What people are saying about State of Mexico

It was truly amazing - even the breakfast was so good! But please remember to bring a photo ID of every single participant (even kids under 12). Once we got there, I did not have a photo ID of my 11 year old and they refused to let her board (I just had her health card with her name in it) - we were almost in tears (and were told that no money would be refunded). After more discussion we had to call our Family in Canada to get a picture ID sent but it was stressful and could have been avoided if the instructions were changed from just “bring photo ID” to “bring photo ID for all participants, including minors”

The weather prevented us from staying out as long as we were supposed to, but the ride was amazing! I would've liked to have gotten closer to the sun and moon ruins, but we saw enough! I really do recommend this for travelers!

The experience was truly amazing! The organization was good. It was raining and the crew had to see how the weather is. We took off later than the original schedule due to weather conditions. But they are reliable.

Long trip from Mexico City, but totally worth it. Wonderful places.

Very good experience! Good organization of the company