Garcia Caves Day Tour from Monterrey

Garcia Caves Day Tour from Monterrey

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Key Details
5 hours
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Spanish, English

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Pick-up from most hotels in the downtown area. An additional surcharge applies for passenger pick-up outside this area.

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What You'll Do
  • Admire and explore the fascinating Garcia Caves, the world's second-largest cave system
  • Visit the Xempal Zoo and take a ride on a llama, pony, or donkey
  • Look around the inspiring Casa Rosa Museum which offers a collection of art including textiles, ceramics, jewellery, wood and metalwork
  • Stop at the El Ojo Museum which also displays an intriguing collection of art from the Mexican states Oaxaca, Jalisco, Puebla, and Michoacán
  • See how the students at the Artesanarte hand craft school learn traditional skills, such as feather-working and silk embroidery
  • View the imposing limestone walls of Huasteca Canyon
Visit the fascinating Garcia Caves on a full day tour from Monterrey. Visit the entertaining Xempal Zoo, browse the Casa Rosa and El Ojo Museum, and enjoy the traditional scenic Garcia village. Finish the day with a trip to the imposing Huasteca Canyon.
What to Expect
Discover the Garcia Caves near Monterrey on this full-day tour. A breath-taking experience, the Garcia Caves are natural formations that developed more than 50 million years ago. Discovered in 1843, the Garcia Caves are the second-largest cave system in the world.

After the Garcia Caves, you will be given the opportunity to explore the Xempal Zoo. The Xempal Zoo, complete with lake, mini-farm, and play area, houses plenty of animals including giraffes, zebras, and camels. The Xempal Zoo also offers pony, donkey, and llama rides.

Wander round the Casa Rosa Museum for a cultural experience. Browse the textiles, ceramics, jewellery, wood and metalwork for a stimulating afternoon. Follow this by a visit to the El Ojo Museum which also houses popular works of art from neighbouring Mexican states.

Complete the day by absorbing the scenic beauty of the Garcia village and stop by the Artesanarte Hand Craft School to witness how students learn traditional skills such as feather-working and embroidery on silk.

Finish the day with a visit to the imposing Huasteca Canyon. The imposing slab of limestone, sliced apart vertically, is one of Mexico’s most spectacular natural phenomena. Besides the Huasteca Canyon's scenic qualities, it presents an exciting challenge to climbers of all levels.
What's Included
  • Roundtrip transfers from tourist area
  • Entrance fees
What's Not Included
  • Meals
  • Gratuities

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