Route through the history of the french rivera of the Bobos river

Rio Bobos, Martínez de la Torre, Ver., México (0)
from/per person $450
  • Travel in your car  
  • Spanish
  • Guide


ROUTE THROUGH THE HISTORY OF THE FRENCH RIVERA OF THE BOBOS RIVER

INCLUDES:

  • Pick up-follow me at your hotel (with your vehicle you will follow our operator's).
  • Introductory talk.
  • Tourist kit that includes:
    • Personal cylinder with fresh fruit water of the season.
    • Energy bar made by the hands of local traditional cooks.
    • Sanitizing kit (antibacterial gel, moisturizing wipe, sanitizing spray).
    • Biodegradable recycled material bag "I collect your trash, I want a clean world" program.
    • Ziplock hermetic bag for your belongings.
  • Scenic tour from Costa Esmeralda to San Rafael with narratives along the way.
  • Visit to the France museum in Mexico.
  • Send to your cell phone a PDF file with the synopsis of the place and its memories.
  • Transfer to the port of Jicaltepec and crossing the Rio Bobos by the longest suspension bridge in the state of Veracruz or by boat (at your choice).
  • Tour of the main streets of Jicaltepec, church and central park with a pleasant talk on the history of the French colony since 1833.
  • Explanation of banana cultivation at the foot of the orchard at the base of the bridge.
  • Return to San Rafael to enjoy a Don Fabian artisan ice cream and tour of the central plaza “Fundadores de San Rafael”.
  • Departure to the “Casa Stivalet” wine and cannery where we will learn about their processes and enjoy a tasting of their products.
  • Stop to buy typical cheeses of the region in a recognized cheese factory, at the choice of the group.

DETAILS:

  • Approximate duration: 3.30 hrs.
  • Host in English with extra cost.
  • Departures from tuesday to sunday at 3:30 pm upon reservation.
  • A minimum of 2 adults is required.