Mexico City, Mexico || Food & Cocktail Tour
- Duration: 5 Days (approx.)
- Product code: MEXICO_CITY
2018 DATES: OCTOBER 24-28
Here is a sample of how the week will go:
DAY 1 - Arrive || Happy Hour || Meal In Roma Neighborhood ||
DAY 2 - Flower Market Visit || Exotic Market Visit || Street Food Crawl ||
DAY 3 - Architecture Walk || Lunch || Mezcal Tasting + Chef's Meal ||
DAY 4 - Bread Baking Workshop || Alfresco Lunch || Michelin Meal ||
DAY 5 - Bicycle La Reforma || Brunch || Head Home
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PAY AS YOU GO
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TRAVEL WITH SALT & WIND
Join food and travel experts, Aida Mollenkamp of Salt & Wind and Kristen Kellogg of Border Free Travels, on a small, highly curated food-focused 5-day trip to Mexico City!
OUR TRAVEL STYLE
Each Salt & Wind trip is highly researched and curated with Team Salt & Wind hand-picking each excursion and travel partner. We want to show you all that we love about a place and introduce you to our local friends so you get an insider's view into the region. Here's a few reasons our guests love traveling with us:
- Unique Experiences: Most of the experiences in our itineraries are one-of-a-kind and only accessible with Salt & Wind
- Photographer: Each trip has a group photographer providing attendees with 10+ images daily so you can concentrate on the trip and not on your camera.
- Concierge: There is a concierge on hand to help you with anything from extra activities to health issues 24/7
- Expert Hosts: Team Salt & Wind has deep knowledge about each area we travel and partners with local experts.
- Planned Itinerary: Our itineraries are planned so that each day has anywhere from 4 to 8 hours of activity.
- Free Time: That said we always offer some optional activities if you want to do even more and we always squeeze in some downtime so you can relax.
SALT & WIND x BORDER FREE TRAVEL MEXICO CITY TRIPS
Why Mexico City?
Mexico City is a magical place where tradition is vibrantly woven into modern life. A contrast of old and new, hectic urban streets and quiet green spaces, refined and rustic, Mexico City needs to be experienced with all five senses.
There is always something new to discover in Mexico City with creatives launching new products, new nightlife, and locals who are beyond welcoming. Much like New York City, every neighborhood in Mexico City has a distinct identity but each one is decidedly Mexican. All that's to say that in just a few days time, you can have an unforgettable travel experience in Mexico City.
On each food-focused trip, a small group of us will head on a 4-night, 5-day to Mexico City. As the birthplace of Mexican culture, Mexico City needs no introduction. But getting to really know it? Well, when a city has a population on par with the country of Greece, it can be a little overwhelming. So let us help!
Join our long weekender in Mexico City filled with a craft cocktail tour, a food and art experience, a hands-on cooking class, a boutique shopping crawl with treats to lead the way, and a surprise (or two)!
While other cities can be fully experienced in just a few days time, this long weekend is really more like an intro to Mexico's capital. And we're sure that after you join our trip, you'll want to return to Mexico City again and again.
Each itinerary includes expert-led food tours, art gallery visits, pop-up parties, seaside meals, market visits, wine tastings, boutique accommodations, a concierge, a group photographer, and morning yoga! Want some visuals? Check our Instagram and Salt & Wind coverage from prior trips.
Here's what's included in the trip fare:
A group photographer so you can enjoy the moment
Market tours and pop-up parties with local creatives
A group concierge to help with any extra events you may want to plan
At least 10 edited group photos daily
Group transportation to/from all events listed on the itinerary
4 nights luxury boutique hotel accommodations in Mexico City
Private dinner with one of the area's best chefs
Cocktail and street food crawl
Hands-on bread baking cooking class with host and chef, Aida Mollenkamp
Meals listed in the itinerary (including 1 alcoholic drink at each lunch and dinner)
Tips for all meals, hotels, drivers, and activity guides
A few gifts from some of our favorite food & travel brands
A couple surprises! (You didn’t think we’d tell you every last detail, did you?)
The following are not included in the trip fare:
Any incidental expenses
Tips for photographer and trip hosts
Required travel insurance
Any meals not listed in the itinerary
Any extra excursions or events you plan with our concierge
Transportation from your home to/from Mexico City, Mexico
Alcohol aside from for 1 alcoholic drink at both lunch and dinner
Anything from room service or the hotel minibar
THE NITTY GRITTY
Required Trip Insurance
Please note that trip insurance is required to join us on a Salt & Wind trip. FYI most major credit cards (such as American Express, CHASE Sapphire, and Capital One) offer complimentary insurance when you purchase using their card.
Minimum Attendees: We only run trips with 8 or more guests. If a trip has fewer attendees at 30 days before the trip dates, we will cancel the trip.
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We have partnered with boutique hotels that meet the Salt & Wind standards of service. Read more about them here.
Double occupancy pricing is the price for (1) person to stay in a shared (i.e. double) room. In other words, each person staying in that room will pay the posted double occupancy rate. If you're a couple or friends traveling together, please know that you'll each pay the double occupancy rate.
Need some alone time? We hear you. That's why we offer single occupancy rooms. The single occupancy rate is what you will pay to have the room all to yourself.
If you do not have a travel partner, you can purchase single occupancy room and have it all to yourself! We do not pair up trip attendees because we find there is not enough privacy in the rooms to allow strangers to room together.