Guachimontones Archaeological Site Private Tour with a Local Expert

The most important archaeological site in the region! Learn all about the first civilizations (pre-Hispanic tribes) of Jalisco.


Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a unique cultural and archeological experience hosted by a local expert. Travel from Guadalajara to the town of Teuchitlan, Jalisco.

The place is considered a world heritage site by UNESCO since 2006. You will appreciate the most important archaeological site in the region and learn all about the first civilizations (pre-Hispanic tribes) of Jalisco.

After touring the pyramids you can try the pre-Hispanic drinks of the region such as Aguamiel, Pulque & Tejuino. After freshening up, we will visit a Pre-Hispanic Craft Workshop where musical instruments and other obsidian pieces are made.

Then we will visit the Teuchitlan lagoon also known as Presa de la Vega, there you can enjoy lunch with the delicious local cuisine in one of the traditional restaurants with an incredible front view of the lagoon.

This experience is dedicated to anyone looking for something authentic, immersive, and personalized.

Tour Information

Duration: 8 Hours

What’s included: 

  • Private transportation Hotel Pickup – Dropoff

  • Local guide specialized in Archeology

  • Access to Phil Weigand Interpretive Center

  • Access to Guachimontones Archaeological Site

  • Tasting of pre-Hispanic drinks.

  • Mexican Beers

  • Bottled water

  • Soda or mineral water

What’s excluded

  • Lunch
  • Gratuities

**Your private tour includes hotel pickup and dropoff. We’ll contact you within 24h of your booking to confirm pickup details.**

We can pick you up at any hotel in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara.

Languages In-person:

  • Spanish
  • English

Health restrictions: 

Not recommended for travellers with back problems

Not recommended for pregnant travellers

Not recommended for travellers with heart problems or other serious medical conditions

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