Charter Club Tours


Enjoy Michoacan State

The Soul of Mexico

June 11 – 14, 2018
4 days – 3 nights

moreliaMorelia City. The colonial city of Morelia is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, and from its breathtaking architecture, it’s clear to see why. Besides being the capital of the State of Michoacan it is also the seat of government institutions and the most prestigious higher education institute in the region: the Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de Hidalgo (Michoacanan University of Saint Nicolas of Hidalgo). Like the rest of the state, Morelia has an enormous amount to offer its visitors, from the colonial spectacle of its buildings and elegant, vibrant streets, to a delicious regional cuisine.

Patzcuarpatzco is an undeniably beautiful town full of elegant colonial architecture, vibrant markets and strong indigenous traditions. The first Bishop of Michoacan, Vasco de Quiroga, not only evangelized and defended the indigenous peoples of Patzcuaro; he built schools and hospitals there. Vasco de Quiroga carried out extensive and surprising social work in the town, pitting him against the authorities and even the clergy, whom, with the support of King Charles V of Spain, Quiroga stubbornly resisted.

Santa Clara (Copper Town) This town is internationally renowned for its products made of copper, obtained from the local mines. For many years the artisans have mastered and perfected the techniques for working copper. There are several artisans that offer a wide variety of products, such as glazed vases, pots, plates, saucepans and many other decorative objects.The prices for the different products are very reasonable considering all the work put into each piece. Don’t forget to buy an original copper item created 100% by the artisans of this region.

Tzintzuntzan (Straw & Pottery Market) Place of hummingbirds. Tzintzuntzan is practically a synonym for Purepecha. It was once the capital of their empire, was the contact point with European Conquistadors, and is today a sanctuary to their memory. Traditions here go back far in time. Working with plant fibers is the specialty in this town, and creativity has soared. In the market, and if what you are looking for is a lucky charm, you can find the classical petatillo fish, as well as basketry of every kind, table cloths, various objects and even zoomorphic sculptures of monkeys, horses or cows. Textiles with Pre-Hispanic motifs and pottery pieces are also available because, as we know, each town around the lake has its specialty

parqueNalUruapan National Park This famous Mexican botanical park is one of the treasures of the city of Uruapan. It is a fifty-acre lush rainforest, a beautiful oasis in the bustling town. Most of the well-maintained trails follow tributaries of the Cupatitzio River and there are many quite pools, rapids and waterfalls, as well as several man-made fountains. The trails end at “La Rodilla del Diablo” (the Devil’s Knee), the spring from which the Cupatitzio River originates.

 Tour Includes:
• Breakfast
• Transportation
• Tour guide 

• Escorted tours
• All tours in the region
• Entrance fees
• And much more

 Patzcuaro City
• Tzintzuntzan
• Santa Clara del Cobre
• Uruapan National Park

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Tour Cost:

Double Occupancy:
$ 6,950 PESOS per person
 $ 386 USD approximately

Single Supplement:
$ 3,950 PESOS
  $ 220 USD approximately

Prices include 16 % Government Taxes (IVA)
Prices subject to change without previous notice

Credit Cards Welcome


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