Taste of Mexico & Margarita Madness

Starting at
$64.99 / Person
Ensenada, Mexico
Easy Activity Level
No Minimum Age
Meal Included
4.0 hours
Children 2 years and under do not require a ticket
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Sightseeing by Bus: Take a guided sightseeing tour by bus through the center of Ensenada, pass by the main city highlights, and learn where the famous margarita drink was invented. Continue to Ventana al Mar plaza to see the history monuments and see the third largest Mexican flag in the country.

La Dulce Vista Villa: Discover La Dulce Vista, a private property located in the heart of Mexico’s wine capital, Guadalupe Valley. This is a perfect place to find a peaceful atmosphere, fresh air and spectacular mountain views.

Cooking Class & Margarita Madness: Spice up your skills by learning the secrets of cooking authentic Mexican cuisine. Your chef will tantalize your palate with authentic Mexican fare learning the secrets of some traditional Mexican favorites such as the molcajete salsa, tostada, enchilada and the king of dips, guacamole.

Free Time: Enjoy free time to connect with nature, lay in a hammock or enjoy some tequila tasting.

Tequila Tour: Stop at Tequilera Doña Engracia and take a guided tour to learn about the process of making this ancient beverage. Discover the differences between various tequilas, sampling Blanco, Reposado, and añejo tequilas and additional liquors.

What’s Included:

  • Lunch: molcajete salsa, guacamole, shredded chicken with green salsa enchilada and shredded beef corn tostada.
  • Unlimited margaritas.
  • Tequila tasting.

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Accessibility: Tour is ambulatory accessible; you must be able to take a few steps (up/down) and walk short distances. Collapsible wheelchair can be stored.

Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age to drink – 18 years.

What to Bring: Cash or credit/debit card for purchases.

Good to Know: The order of the stops can vary to prevent overcrowding.