• Guadalajara

Guadalajara, Tequila, Tlaquepaque and Tonala Tour

All prices are in USD per person, based on double occupancy.
3 days/2 nights shop til you drop in different parts of Guadalajara! Spend three days and two nights exploring the best shopping, dining and cultural areas of Guadalajara and the area. Round trip transportation is included from Puerto Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta or Bucerias.

Day 1

Tequila! Visit this colorful magic village &  Tlaquepaque: Art galleries and shops!

Day 2

Guided walking tour in the morning and Andares Mall in the afternoon

Day 3

Shopping at the famous Tonala Market!

Three Day Shopping and Sightseeing Tour Rates Price Start Duration
  • Single room
  • Double room
  • Triple room
$299 Friday 3 days
$249 Friday 3 days
$225 Friday 3 days

Included in the tour: transportation in a comfortable vehicle with a/c, 2 nights lodging at hotel Roma with breakfast, tours, bilingual guide certified by board of tourism.

Please include number of persons and your pick-up point: Old Town, VIP’s (Walmart), Nuevo Vallarta or Bucerias OXXO
Optional in the tour:
Please specify if you would like to reserve a lunch box for the ride to Guadalajara. (100 pesos)
Lunch box contains: Manchego cheese/turkey sandwich, juice, a granola bar, a bag of chips and a banana.

Upcoming tours:

December 8-10,2017

January 26-28, 2018

February 23-25, 2018

Looking for other dates? We organize private tours too, or you can join us on our other tour to Guadalajara!

We can add extra dates for our shared tours as long as we have a minimum of 6 people, ask us!

* minimum 6 people, transportation will take place in a Mini-Van, Van, Mercedes Sprinter or bus, depending on the final number of people. All our vehicles are fully insured and have a/c. Our guides speak multiple languages and are all certified by the Administration of Tourism. Tour is in English, other languages on request in private tour only. Would you prefer a private tour? We can arrange that too!! Please check: click here


Three Day Shopping and Sightseeing Tour to Guadalajara, Tequila, Tlaquepaque and Tonala

Spend three days and two nights exploring the best shopping, dining and cultural areas of Guadalajara and the area. Round trip transportation is included from Puerto Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta or Bucerias. Lodging for the two nights, included in the price, is at the centrally located Hotel Roma. Daily American breakfast is also included, so no worries about where to go for breakfast.

The hotel is located in Downtown/Historic Guadalajara, just steps from many historic sites, restaurants, shops and plazas. All rooms have T.V., A/C, WiFi, telephone and the hotel has an outdoor swimming pool.

We will depart Puerto Vallarta at 7:00 AM, Fridays, from our office in Plaza Romy at Ignacio L. Vallarta 228. (Emiliano Zapata/Southside). Other pick ups are: Vips restaurant (Next to Walmart), 07.15 am, Walmart Nuevo Vallarta at 07.40am and Oxxo Bucerias, next to the entrance of the Decameron hotel at 07.45.

On our way to Guadalajara we will stop in the town of Tequila, Jalisco , indeed where the drink is from. This is one of the magic villages of Mexico and delightful to walk around. Make pictures of the colorful architecture, buy Tequila, visit the market, church and government building.

After the visit to Tequila, we will swing into Tlaquepaque for some serious shopping at the coolest shops, boutiques, markets and art galleries for everything from decor, to home furnishing, leather goods, clothes or whatever else you fancy. Next stop is the hotel where we will check in and relax.

The rest of the night is free time for everyone, although there will be an optional group dinner (not included), your guide will tell you all about the different choices of restaurants. If you’d like to go off on your own, our guides will offer you advice on where to go and what to do for the evening. This is your time, so feel free to explore by yourself or hang out with the group.

Breakfast on Saturday morning is available starting at 7:00 AM when the restaurant opens. We will meet in the lobby for a walking tour (included but optional) of the sites in the Centro/Historical district and get you oriented with the area. First of all, we will visit the Cathedral, the Government building with Orozco murals, also some different plazas, Mercado and more.

The tour is about 2 hours, so after the tour, you might want to relax, or rather spend more time walking with the map provided and explore the Hospicios de Cabanas (with the amazing murals by Jose Clemente Orozco) and the Mercado San Juan de Dios, the largest market in Latin America.

Included in the tour is an afternoon visit to the modern Shopping Mall “Andares”, where you will find hundreds of shops, many restaurants, a movie theatre and a casino. This is where the “jetset” of Guadalajara goes to go out at night, it´s a great place for people watching! Even if you don´t like malls you will love this one, as this is kind of an entertainment area for the people of Guadalajara with tons of restaurants.

Sunday morning, we rise and shine. Breakfast is at 7:00 AM and we will depart at 8.00 AM to go to Tonala, arriving around 8:30 AM for the fabulous Sunday shopping markets. Here is where you will find a plethora of things from home furnishings, art, décor, glassware and everything in between at great prices, usually around 1/3 to 1/2 of the prices of the same items in Vallarta.

Once everyone has found all the treasures they can find, we will re-group at our meeting point and depart around 11:30 AM. We will stop for lunch along the way (Lunch not included in price). We will arrive in Vallarta around 6:00 -7:00 PM and needless to say, we will drop off everyone at their original pick-up point. End of our services.

Your choice of water or soft drink included during the whole tour and for the first day an optional lunch box is available for 100 Pesos, please reserve in advance.

IMPORTANT; read our terms and conditions before making your reservation.

Did you know that Superior Tours Vallarta is the only travel agent in Puerto Vallarta that offers different tours to Guadalajara?

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