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Museo El Lencero

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Museo El Lencero

178 Reviews
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Calle Rafael Murillo Camacho, Xalapa 91640 Mexico
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15-Day Trip in Mexico: Towards the Gulf!
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15-Day Trip in Mexico: Towards the Gulf!

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OVERVIEW<br>Take our 15-day self-guiding tour from Mexico City to the Gulf of Mexico and back to see &amp; experience the best of local nature, culture &amp; traditions &amp; more! During this trip you will be able to visit 5 Mexican states - each with its own landscapes, traditions, and gastronomy; see various wonders of nature (national parks and reserves, mountains, jungles, rivers, lakes, waterfalls, sea, etc.); do numerous outdoor activities (white water rafting; swimming in the waterfalls; hiking the tallest pyramid in Mesoamerica; taking boat trip among the mangroves, crocodiles, and birds; visiting a coffee plantation, etc.); learn local culture and, of course, make local friends &amp; have fun.<br><br>WHY GO WITH US<br>Off-the-beaten-track tours with maximum immersion in local nature, culture, and traditions.<br>The easy-going atmosphere of our tours is perfect for informal travel &amp; making new friends among co-travelers and locals.
$1,100.00 per adult
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April M wrote a review Jul 2019
Lincoln, Nebraska, United States37 contributions26 helpful votes
It was neat to see the older style homes, etc. Some parts were not very well marked so we didn't know whether we could enter or not, etc. Overall it was an interesting place to visit
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Carmen A Campos wrote a review May 2019
Doha, Qatar49 contributions3 helpful votes
It transport you to a different epoch, in the money you step inside of the big halls you feel the smell of the past, all the culture and heritage of our beautiful Mexico and the footprint of our historical figures comes to life. Amazing Been gardens and peaceful walking spaces.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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JohnMarkKucera wrote a review Apr 2019
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico1,352 contributions105 helpful votes
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Located in a beautifully lush area this old Hacienda is a very traditional colonial Spanish style common to Mexico. Built by one of Cortez’ soldiers and later taken over by President Santa Ana (who sold California and more to the US) this old Hacienda is well preserved and the furnishings overall are in good shape. It is a piece of history well preserved and worth the visit.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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AndyAZM wrote a review Mar 2019
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Personally,I love historical places, and everything about this is so magical. You can't do a lot of things here, but you can take such beautiful pictures! The place is really big, and I highly recommend you to ask for a guide, they have a voluntary payment as cost, but they know a lot and can tell you about the items there and about everything that once happened at the big house!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Janet B wrote a review Aug 2018
Abbotsford, Canada10 contributions3 helpful votes
Disfrutamos de una visita por la tarde a La Hacienda. Es un lugar hermoso con una rica historia y maravillosa arquitecture. We enjoyed an afternoon visit to La Hacienda. It is a beautiful place with a rich history and wonderful architecture.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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