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Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage Tour

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For pilgrims who wish to take a spiritual journey close to home, the Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage tour offers a pilgrimage experience to Mexico without the jetlag of traveling to Europe or the Holy Land. Mexico City is home to some of the most beautiful churches and shrines in all of the Americas. While on the Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage tour, pilgrims will spend a day at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of the Americas, beginning with Mass in the modern Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, where the Miraculous image on the Tilma of St Juan Diego is featured above the main altar. Our expert guide will recount the story of how Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared to St. Juan Diego, and you will have the opportunity to view the image up close on a moving walkway. Atop the hill behind the basilica, called Tepiac, you will see the original chapel built on the site of Our Lady’s apparition.  During your stay in Mexico City, you will also visit Tulpetlac, also known as the Church of the Healing, which is the site of Our Lady’s fifth apparition and where St. Juan Diego’s Uncle was cured. While in Mexico City, the Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage tour will also visit the Metropolitan Cathedral, the oldest cathedral in Latin America, and the National Palace, which are both located on the main square, the Zocalo. You will also visit and have Mass at the Holy Family Church, where you will pray at the tomb of Blessed Miguel Agustin Pro, the Jesuit martyr. Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage tour will travel to Puebla, to visit St. Dominic’s Church, its magnificent Chapel dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary, and the Church of St. Francis of Assisi, where you will view the incorrupt body of Bl. Sebastian of Aparicio. Of course, no trip to Mexico would be complete without a visit to the pyramids of San Juan Teotihuacan. Here you will see the pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, and enjoy a Mexican Lunch in a nearby restaurant.  Book your Guadalupe Pilgrimage Tour to Mexico today for 2024 or 2025!

Tour Details for Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage
See the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe - Mexico City - Tlaxcala - Puebla - Coyoacan - St. Juan Diego - Blessed Miguel Pro - Bl. Sebastian of Aparicio

Departure & Return Location

Your local airport.  See the ones we serve.  You also have the option of purchasing a land-only tour and using airline points.


Departure Time

Arrive for Check-in 3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

Price Excludes


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  • Neck Wallet
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Itinerary for Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage Tour
Shrine of Guadalupe - Mexico City - Tlaxcala - Puebla - Coyoacan - St. Juan Diego - Blessed Miguel Pro - Bl. Sebastian of Aparicio

Day 1Depart for Mexico City

Le Meridian Hotel Mexico City Guadalupe pilgrimage tourGo to your local airport to board your flight(s) to Mexico City. mexico guadalupe pilgrimage tour food pork dinner Upon arrival, you will collect your luggage in the baggage claim area, and continue to the Arrival Hall where you will be greeted by a tour guide and driver.  Transfer to your hotel – usually, the Le Meridien pictured on the left which is a four-star Mariott property.  Enjoy some free time before celebrating Mass and dinner. Overnight in Mexico City.

Day 2Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe and San Juan Teotihuacan

Guadalupe Tilma mexico Our lady of Guadalupe pilgrimage tourAfter breakfast, you will depart for the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe (Patroness of the Americas), by way of the Plaza of the Three Cultures. You will first visit the Church of Santiago Tlatelolco where St. Juan Diego was baptized. The plaza is important as it symbolizes the blend of the pre-Hispanic, and Hispanic cultures that make up Mexico. Continue to the Shrine of Guadalupe, built in response to Our Lady’s request to the visionary, St. Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin. Upon arrival at the Shrine, you will celebrate Mass as you marvel at the brilliantly colored Basilica. After Mass, join other pilgrims as you kneel before the “Tilma”, where Our Lady’s image was miraculously imprinted. Following this visit, you will make your way to San Juan Teotihuacan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. According to mythology, this site was chosen to be the center of the universe, and from then on, it became a prominent political and religious center from the second century until the ninth century. While in San Juan Teotihuacan, you will enjoy lunch at a nearby restaurant, followed by a guided tour of the Archaeological zone. View the Sun and Moon pyramids and learn how the Aztecs used to work the obsidian stone and the multiple uses of the Maguey Plant. Your busy day will culminate with a delicious dinner and an overnight.

Day 3Excursion to Puebla - Our Lady of the Rosary Chapel

mexico pilgrimage chapel puebla guadalupe pilgrimage tourA fun-filled day is planned. Enjoy a spectacular drive to what is known as Mexico’s most beautiful city – Puebla. On your ride, you will climb to over 10,000 feet above sea level and view two magnificent peaks; one that is covered with snow and the other that is an active volcano. Upon arrival in Puebla, a typical cultural lunch is waiting. After lunch, visit Puebla’s Cathedral St. Dominic’s Church, and its Chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary, along with the Church of St. Francis of Assisi, where you will view the incorrupt body of St. Sebastian of Aparicio. Return to Mexico City for dinner and overnight.

Day 4Mexico City - Metropolitan Cathedral - Fr. Pro Jesuit Martyr

Metropolitan cathedral mexico city guadalupe pilgrimage tourThis morning, your day will begin with breakfast, followed by Mass at the Holy Family Church, where you will view the tomb of Fr. Miguel Agustin Pro, the Jesuit martyr. In a time of religious persecution, Fr. Pro was exiled from Mexico during the Mexican Revolution. However, he returned to Mexico and was aided by a secret ministry that helped him hide from authorities. During his time in Mexico, he assisted many individuals in their spiritual, as well as temporal, needs. He was eventually discovered, arrested, and killed by authorities. While at the Holy Family Church, you may pray to this great martyr who remained filled with the joy of serving Our Lord even in the midst of difficult times. You will also visit the small but very inspiring Museum dedicated in honor of Father Pro.  After this visit, you will tour the oldest and largest cathedral in  Latin America, the Metropolitan Cathedral. Throughout your time in the cathedral, you will be overwhelmed by the beautiful paintings, altarpieces, and statues. Your tour continues with a transfer to the National Palace. This magnificent palace has been a building of the ruling class of Mexico since the Aztec Empire’s rule. During this visit, you will be able to view some amazing murals painted by Diego Rivera. You will then visit the Plaza of Santo Domingo. This plaza contains two Holy places that are architecturally exquisite; the Church of Santo Domingo, the first church built by the Dominicans in 1576, and; the Shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary, the first Rosary Shrine in Mexico. Additionally, you will visit the Shrine of Our Lady of Covadonga, the headquarters of the Confraternity of the Most Holy Rosary. The Shrine is dedicated to the Patron Saint of Asturias (Spain). Return to your hotel to enjoy a delicious dinner and overnight.

Day 5Church of Tulpetlac - Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe

basilica outside mexico pilgrimage tour guadalupeAfter breakfast, transfer to the Church of the 5th Apparition, where the Blessed Virgin Maria de Guadalupe appeared to Juan Bernardino, Juan Diego’s uncle. Here you can find a well of healing water that locals drink from. Next, a return visit to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe to attend Mass.  Free time in the afternoon before dinner and overnight in Mexico.

Day 6Return to USA

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

Map of Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage Tour
Interactive Map of Mexico Pilgrimage Sites

Photos of Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage Tour
Pictures of the Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe including the Shrine of Guadalupe - Mexico City - Tlaxcala - Puebla - Coyoacan - St. Juan Diego - Blessed Miguel Pro - Bl. Sebastian of Aparicio
Dates, Pricing, Booking for Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage Tour
Make a Deposit to reserve your place. Prices start at $1,997 for Land Only

2023 Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage Tour Dates

MX23 1209

December 9 – 13, 2023

fr. Greg Menegay

with Fr. Greg during the Feast of Guadalupe!

Open to anyone!  A 5-day tour.

Book here



2024 Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage Tour Dates

MX24 0424

April 15 – 20, 2024

Includes airfare from almost all major airports.

Fr. Jairo Congote

with Fr. Jairo Congote

in Spanish and English 

$2,599 Book Here

$1,997 Land-only

A bi-lingual tour

MX24 0520

May 20 – 25, 2024


with Fr. Shoury

$2,599 Book Here

$1,997 Land-only

MX24 0603

June 3 – 8, 2024

Fr. Wayne Paysse

with Fr. Wayne Payssee

and Deacon John and Linda Pippenger

$2,599 Book Here

$1,997 Land-only

MX24 0624

June 24 – 29, 2024

fr. Peter Short

with Fr. Peter Short

$2,599 Book Here

$1,997 Land-only

MX24 0831

August 31 – September 5, 2024

Labor Day Weekend

$2,599 Book Here

$1,997 Land-only

MX24 1002 October 2 – 7, 2024

$2,599 Book Here

$1,997 Land-only

MX24 1030 October 30  – November 4, 2024

$2,599 Book Here

$1,997 Land-only

MX24 1209

December 9 – 14, 2024

Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

$2,599 Book Here

$1,997 Land-only

2025 Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage Tour Dates

Coming soon!

Single Room Supplement:  $499.00. Land-only price is $1,997.

See the airports that we serve.  A few airports have an additional charge. 


Pre-Stay in Mexico City – Overnight Hotel & Breakfast

Double Room w/breakfast only per person $129 · Single Room w/breakfast only one person $249 · Private Airport Transfer per person $59

Post Stay in Mexico City – Overnight Hotel & Breakfast

Double Room w/breakfast only per person $129 · Single Room w/breakfast only one person $249 · Private Airport Transfer per person $59

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

Travel Insurance for Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage Tour
If you encounter a flight cancellation, baggage delay, medical emergency or more during your pilgrimage to Guadalupe, travel insurance is here to help.

Travel Insurance is available for Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage and – is recommended!

Click here for information on insurance plans for pilgrimage to Mexico.


FAQ - Our Lady of Guadalupe Pilgrimage Tour
Frequently Asked Questions for the Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe

What hotels do you use in Mexico for the Guadlupe pilgrimage?


We use these 5 and 4-star hotels in Mexico. Click here.

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 and felt safe at all times.  Not a single pilgrim has reported to us feeling unsafe at any time.

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 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.

What is the weather like in Mexico City?

Always nice!  See the Mexico City weather averages here.

Do you have other pilgrimage tours to Guadalupe and Mexico?  Yes.  See all of our pilgrimages to Mexico. 

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

Do you have FAQs for airlines, passports, vaccinations, travel insurance, tipping, packing, mobility, and others?  Yes. FAQ for all Catholic Journeys Pilgrimage Tours

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


20 Reviews
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Linda C

Solo Traveller

I absolutely loved it! Thank you for the pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe!

November 14, 2023

Christine P

Solo Traveller

The pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe was an incredible experience. It was a blend of spiritual growth and cultural awareness. The Spanish saw the indigenous people as a group to evangelize, not exterminate like the Protestant colonizers in the north. Inter-marriage flourished along with evangelization so that now most people in Latin America are a mixture of indigenous and Spanish people. They are equally proud of of both heritages which shows in the way they worship.

Thank you for a wonderful pilgrimage to Mexico and Our Lady of Guadalupe.

November 4, 2023

Fr. Jairo

Solo Traveller

I want to express my gratitude for inviting me to go on this pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe as a Spiritual Director.

It was a privilege and an honor to be with such a devoted and pious group of people. The pilgrimage was quite enjoyable because the pilgrims wanted to be nourished by God. It was easy for me to lead rosaries, stations of the cross, the chaplet of the Divine Mercy, songs and all kinds of prayers because the pilgrims participated very enthusiastically. I had great lectors assisting me every time we celebrated the Eucharist. I can tell this group of pilgrims paid close attention to my reflections. I was able to mingle with them pretty well. I guess I made new friends.

Some of the pilgrims said they wanted to come with me to the Mexico pilgrimage scheduled for next year. I think we could have more people if this pilgrimage were also in English.
In my opinion this pilgrimage was excellent and one of the highest points was missing our connection in Washington together with these six ladies from South Dakota. We were able to share and get acquainted. I guess it was a blessing in disguise.
After this wonderful pilgrimage, I pray that you take me into consideration to keep doing this ministry with you.

Fr. Jairo Enrique Congote

November 4, 2023

Fr. Bill

Solo Traveller

We are appreciative as a group to Catholic Journey’s for giving us a most enjoyable pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico.

The hotel accommodations were very nice and comfortable, and it was nice to stay at one place for the duration of this journey. Although we visited many places a short distance from the hotel, there were many points of interest to explore right around our lodging.

The meals were excellent. When I think of Mexican food, I think of hot and spicey – not necessarily so! As a group, we thoroughly savored the meals, valued the fellowship, and delighted in the different restaurants. The food was excellent, and the variety of dishes was a neat learning experience to me.

It was nice to marvel at the ancient ruins, but the living Churches we visited were the best. The major Churches we visited, including the many at the apparition sites, were at times simply breath taking! We were all at times simply struck by the beauty. As for me, a Priest to offer Mass in these holy places was moving. I give thanks that I was able to offer the Holy Sacrifice at the spot of the apparitions of Our Lady of Guadalupe, including on Pro Life Sunday.

My Mom and Dad were both born on Our Lady’s Feast, and so to carry them in my heart to the altar was another beautiful experience.

I appreciated having some quiet time, here and there. I enjoyed having a few hours on the last full day to spend in the sanctuary of Our Lady at Guadalupe. Adoration and Confession were available at on that holy ground throughout the day. What a gift to be able to also pass under Our Lady’s eyes as we moved beneath the miraculous image.

And, yes, I even enjoyed the gift shops which had many quality items.

Our tour guide, Raul, was informative and an excellent companion to the group. I kind of miss him!

There were so many blessings along the way. I, again, was struck by the beauty of the Basilica’s we visited. I enjoyed the people of Mexico and their industriousness. The countryside was also magnificent.

I would look forward to another visit to Mexico, even to the same locations as they have so much to offer and explore!

Our group really enjoyed ourselves, even as we sought the Good Lord each day. Muchos Gracias Padre Paul and the Catholic Journeys team!

Fr Bill Kuchinsky
Spiritual Director

October 18, 2023

Fr. Paul P

Solo Traveller

Thank you very much for your meticulous organization of this Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. It was a great experience and beautiful time of building Faith and communion in the Church.
Being in the presence of that miraculous image of Mary was a dream come true and the opportunity to celebrate Masses in various chapels in the shrine and other churches, especially at the tomb of Blessed Sebastian de Appracio was really a blessing. May God continue to strengthen us to persevere in our vocation to be missionary disciples through our work. Looking forward to more pilgrimages with you.
Thank you!

October 17, 2023
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