The 2 Culinary Tours in Mexico we would love to take this year!

2 amazing culinary tours in Mexico

Do you think Mexican food is all nachos, cheese and meat. Think again! With its’ long growing season, food in Mexico has been farm to table long before it was a thing in the States. Full of fresh, vibrant foods and artfully seasoned, the Mexican culinary scene is hot!  Travel Well with these 2 picks for 2019 that are on the top of our list.

Colorful ingredients for fresh Mexican cooking

Colorful ingredients for fresh Mexican cooking

La Villa Bonita, Tepoztlan, Mexico

Do you want to take part in what Coastal Living Magazine calls a “vacation that will change your life”? Then spend a week in the kitchen with award winning Mexican chef Ana Garcia in her specially designed boutique culinary hotel La Villa Bonita. Set in the beautiful mountain village of Tepoztlan, Vogue Magazine has said that “this tiny cooking school is a dream for any traveller”. You will see why when you join her shopping at the local markets and preparing delicious Mexican cuisine such as chiles en nogada, pescado a la talla, red and green mole, cochinta pibil, homemade corn tortillas, and tamales.  She also offers weeks at a beach front location, and a week of Yoga and cooking, and we love that this company is woman owned and local! Click here for more information on availability for winter and spring of 2019 or book early for fall dates - they often sell out far in advance!


Intrepid Travel’s Mexico Real Food Adventure

Up for a more adventurous look at the Mexican food scene? If you want to get to know all the local flavors while travelling more like a local (think taking a bus between cities and more casual hotels with straightforward accommodations) but still have the convenience of a Group Leader to take the hassles out of travel then Intrepid’s Mexico Food Adventure is for you. This 9 day tour lets you experience Mexico’s thriving local food scene (street tacos, ceviche, local markets) while travelling through some of its most famous culinary regions like Oaxaca, Puebla and Mexico City. Click here for more information.   Intrepid Travel

Have you visited Mexico just for the food? Or been blown away by the flavors? Let us know in the comments, send us your favorite food pics or tag us on social! @shetravelswellco