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October 29, 2018
The traditional gastronomy of Jalisco is part of the cultural heritage of humanity declared by UNESCO in 2010. This was due to the historical journey of […]
September 13, 2018
We definitely have enough reasons to make that claim because the state of Jalisco brings together several of the cultural and historical traditions of Mexico. Without excluding or discriminating against other states of the Mexican republic that have much to offer, Jalisco has five Mexican emblems: mariachi, tequila, charrería (Mexican rodeo), typical regional food and folkloric dance (Jarabe Tapatío).
MEET OUR GUIDES
I am a teacher of English, French and Spanish for foreigners. Pleased to be part of Jalisco Trip, to share the historical, cultural and gastronomic wealth that the state offers us. Motivated by the traveling spirit of people, interested in visiting, exploring and discovering new destinations. It will be a pleasure to guide you on your journey through the corners of Jalisco.
I am proudly Tapatía, I am a Sociology student at the University of Guadalajara and for some time I work in civil protection. I am open, sincere and outgoing but also prudent. I am a guide because I love learning and having dialogues about interesting topics especially if it is about my culture and traditions.
Born in Guadalajara, I am studying a degree in nutrition at the University of Guadalajara, I am passionate about sports, fitness and in general being healthy. I joined a trip to Jalisco as a guide in order to do something different, meet people from all over the world, practice languages and transmit my culture to other people.
I was born in Ensenada, Baja California, a small fishing town in northern Mexico near the US border. Due to the cultural diversity in my hometown. I love transmitting the knowledge and history of my country to those who show interest. It is extremely interesting and valuable to see how many people come to Mexico to learn about our traditions, customs, landscapes, art, food and drinks. As a Mexican, I will always be proud to share the beautiful and incredible things Mexico has to offer!