Mexico through the Ages, Day of the Dead Rituals, Pirate Islands, and Colonial Architecture.
Start your day with a morning yoga class in the Yucatán’s Holbox Island, then
head to Isla Pasión to see pink flamingos. Cool down in the clear water of the Yalahau cenote, where pirates once filled their canteens.
A higher perspective
Float above San Miguel de Allende in a hot-air balloon, gazing down on the UNESCO World Heritage-listed colonial city. Come down to earth to
explore the lively plazas, flowery courtyards, and your gracious home base of Rosewood San Miguel de Allende.
Día de los Muertos
Get your face painted for the Day of the Dead procession through Mexico City, and revel in one of its street parties. In San Andrés Mixquic, see the churchyard aglow with thousands of candles and the graveyard festooned in elaborate altars.
Markets of Mexico City
Shop for voodoo dolls and secret elixirs at the witchcraft market, and sample a refreshing glass of pineapple tepache. At the
city’s largest flower market, vendors will match the color of your eyes to an exotic bloom.