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Mexico Food and Faith Pilgrimage Tour – Guadalupe & Puebla

Mexico City Food Tour and Faith Pilgrimage including Our Lady of Guadalupe and Puebla Food

Visit taquerias and cantinas, learn to cook Mole in Puebla where it originates, and enjoy an ultra-premium tequila tasting with a world-renowned Grand Master, while visiting the most important Shrine to Our Lady in the Americas.  Dine at one of the Best Restaurants in Latin America.  On this Catholic Foodie pilgrimage tour to Mexico, you will come to realize that the Gastronomy of Mexico has a great diversity of typical dishes, which is why it was recognized by UNESCO in 2010 as an Intangible Heritage of Humanity.  Feed your body and soul on the premium food and faith pilgrimage tour to Mexico City and Puebla.  Why don’t you book today’s Mexico Food and Faith pilgrimage for 2024 or 2025?  Perfect for Catholic Foodies.

Details Mexico Food and Faith Pilgrimage Tour - Guadalupe & Puebla

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Itinerary for Mexico Food and Faith Pilgrimage Tour - Guadalupe & Puebla

Day 1 Arrive in Mexico City, Welcome Dinner & Tequilla tasting, Revolution Monument

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loco tequilaWelcome to Mexico City! The culinary journey will start in one of the biggest cities in the world in which the gastronomic offer is as large as it ́s cultural and religious attractions. You ́ll arrive at Mexico ́s City airport and will be transferred to your hotel in the downtown area.

At night, just before sunset, the group will be transferred to the Revolution Monument where a 3-course dinner will be waiting for them. We will start with a welcome Tequila tasting with the Tequila Master Alberto Navarro as we watch the sunset.  Mr. Navarro is an internationally known author and authority regarding tequila.

Day 2Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Teotihuacan

Guadalupe Tilma pilgrimage tour mexicoToday we will start the day by visiting one of the most emblematic Catholic sites in the world: the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, where we will celebrate mass followed by a guided tour. We will have lunch in a local restaurant where we will enjoy a Juan Diego menu – a rose petal dish.  After that, we will head to one of the most archeological sites in Mexico and the maximum expression of the Teotihuacan culture.

Besides visiting traditional spots, such as the Sun and the Moon Pyramid, we will have a guided tour through the site.  After the visit, we will return to our hotel to refresh ourselves before dinner. This meal will be at Azul Histórico Downtown.

Day 3San Miguel Del Milagro, Cholula Site and Market, Santa Monica Convent

On this day, we will take a trip out of town to visit the cities of Tlaxcala and Puebla de Los Angeles. Our first stop will be at San Miguel del Milagro in the state of Tlaxcala where San Miguel appeared and left miraculous in a well. After the visit, we will head to Cholula town in the state of Puebla where we will get to know the Archaeological site of Cholula, considered by some as the biggest pyramid in the world. After that, we will down the stairs to visit the local market where we will have lunch. To finish this day we will enjoy dinner at the Santa Monica Convent where the nuns will prepare the meal, especially for us.

Day 4Puebla: Mole Demo, City Tour, Visit to the Dominican Chapel of The Rosary, Casa Barroca

mole Puebla pilgrimage food MexicoWe will start our day by having breakfast at the hotel before we head off to celebrate mass at The Rosary Chapel is considered one of the most beautiful churches in Mexico. After mass, we will visit Downtown; the best way to enjoy the city is by walking so prepare to walk a bit and know the best spots in town.

For lunch, we will have the Puebla experience by learning how to cook one of their most typical dishes: Mole. This dish is usually served with chicken and rice, but we can also find it in enchiladas.  For dinner, we will have Chiles en Nogada, another typical meal from Puebla. This is a seasonal dish that can only be found in the months of August and September due to that the main ingredient is harvested on these dates.

The nuns in Puebla have defined Pueblan confectionery. The sweet art of the nuns is sweets that border on sins of gluttony, originating in women’s convents.

Day 5Street Food in Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral Taquerias Cantinas

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After having breakfast in the hotel, we will head downtown one more time, but on this occasion, we will have a visit from a different perspective. But before we will celebrate mass at one of the most iconic catholic places in Mexico: the Metropolitan Cathedral located in the main square of Mexico City and built in 1813.  After mass, we ́ll start walking to visit some popular places in Mexican society: taquerias and cantinas. As we visit these places we will taste different types of tacos and drinks, and we will learn to play traditional cantina games.

At the end of the night, we ́ll get back to the hotel and have some rest to get ready for our last day.

Day 6Breakfast at Frida's Visit to Xochimilco Dinner in Rosetta

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rosetta restaurant entrance Mexico City Pilgrimage Tour Food and FaithOur last day in Mexico will start in a different way. We will head to the south of the city to enjoy a unique breakfast at Frida ́s House, nowadays better known as Casa Azul Museum. Breakfast will be in the courtyard of the house.  Right away we will visit the town of Coyoacan, where Frida and Diego spent much of their time. For lunch, we will go to Xochimilco recognized as World ́s Heritage for its unique cultivation technique, where we will get to visit the fields and then enjoy lunch in the middle of the island.

For dinner, we will attend Rosetta restaurant located in an old house in the Roma neighborhood and is nowadays one of the most prestigious in Mexico. Fun fact: the inputs of this place come from where we had lunch in the afternoon.

Day 7Departures - Return to USA

After breakfast and fond farewells to new friends, you will transfer to the airport for the return flights home.

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Dates, Pricing, Booking for Mexico Food and Faith Pilgrimage Tour - Guadalupe & Puebla
Make a Deposit to reserve your place. Prices start at $3,195 for Land Only
2024 Mexico Food and Faith Pilgrimage Tour Dates
Your group dates go here! $3,195 Land-only
MXFF24 0612 June 12 – 18, 2024
Includes airfare from almost all major airports.
$3,795 Book Here
$3,195 Land-only
Your group dates go here!
$3,195 Land-only
Single Room Supplement:  $550. Land-only price is $3,195.
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Travel Insurance for Mexico Food and Faith Pilgrimage Tour - Guadalupe & Puebla
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FAQ for Mexico Food and Faith Pilgrimage Tour - Guadalupe & Puebla

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What hotels do you use in Mexico for this pilgrimage?  Click here for hotel accommodations for the Mexico Food and Faith Pilgrimage Tour

Do I need to pack an electrical adapter? No. Mexico uses the same outlets as the USA.

Is it safe to travel to Mexico?

Our pilgrimage is very safe.  We have not had any problems as we only stay at safe hotels in secure areas.  Our president, Jimmy Hyland, just went in September 2022 and felt safe at all times.

How do I meet up with the group if I make my own flight arrangements? 

Arrival times vary between dates and within pilgrimages.  If you make your own flight arrangements, we can arrange a private transfer from Mexico City International Airport to the group hotel for $59 per person each way.  We recommend using our transfer service because they are known and trusted drivers.  As soon as you have your flight information, email Marcelle.

Do you have other Food and Faith Pilgrimages?  Yes. We have several Food and Faith pilgrimages to choose from!

Would you like to lead your parish or group on a pilgrimage to Mexico?  Click Here to get started.

What is the city of Puebla like?  Are the Cathedral and the Dominican Chapel of the Rosary really that beautiful?


Who is the Tequilla Master? The video below is in Spanish.  He will converse with us in English. 

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