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Copper Canyon Top & Bottom

  • Destination: Mexico RV Tours
  • Duration: 30 days

January 18 – February 16, 2018

Two Person / RV $7,295
One Person / RV $5,395
Additional Guest $3,695

January 17 – February 15, 2019

Two Person / RV $7,695
One Person / RV $5,595
Additional Guest $3,795

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From our rendezvous RV park in southern Arizona we cross the border into Mexico at Nogales. We journey along the beautiful blue Sea of Cortez with interesting stops along the way. Your first evening in Mexico you are invited to enjoy an authentic Mexican welcome dinner. You will learn how the world’s finest cultured pearls are cultivated as you visit the Pearl Factory on the pristine bay of Guaymas. You will get a delightful taste of Colonial Mexico as you spend three days discovering the small historical heritage town of Alamos in the foothills of the Sierra Madre.

Our RVs remain secure and looked after by Adventure Caravans staff at the full hook-up RV par in Los Mochis. Our staff will care for the pets, as we meander through the Cooper Canyon aboard our first-class passenger car, and then travel to the bottom of the canyon. Following our arrival in Los Mochis, an amazing dinner presentation is included at the Santa Anita Hotel. The next morning we board our passenger train on the Chihuahua-Pacifico Railroad where you experience absolutely breath-taking views of the Copper Canyon.

Adventure Caravans gives you an extraordinary adventure in the Copper Canyon, staying nine days and eight nights exploring the “Eighth Wonder of the World.” We depart the train in Tarahumara Indian pine tree country and the logging town of Creel. Creel boasts a unique mountain village atmosphere and while there we observe, first hand, the lifestyle of the primitive Tarahumara Indians. you will be enchanted with your visit to the Valley of the Mushrooms and the Valley of the Frogs. Departing Creel, we travel to Batopilas, at the bottom of the canyon, a journey back in time to a simpler life. The terrain is spectacular and the town in serene.

We enjoy a lovely night in Divisadero at the 5-star La Posada Mirador Hotel perched on the rim, with awesome views of the Canyon right from your own room. We board the train for our bonus trip to Bahuichivo where we enjoy an additional night at the first-class Misión Hotel in Cerocahui. A visit to this area would not be complete without going to Urique Canyon, which is the largest and has the most spectacular view of all the canyons. The excitement of these nine days in the Copper Canyon will be the topic of your discussions with friends for years to come.

Following the excitement of visiting the Copper Canyon, kick back and enjoy the sand between your toes with beach front camping near Guasave.

The highlight of Mexico’s West Coast is the Riviera resort city of Mazatlan where we enjoy five fabulous days exploring the region by luxury motorcoach and frolicking in the sun. We enjoy a grand breakfast at a luxury resort hotel and a fiesta dinner with entertainment. As a major seaport, there is an abundance of fresh seafood to tempt the palate. The shopping opportunities abound.

Return to the USA with your Wagonmaster via the resort town of San Carlos, and with memories of this great warm winter adventure.

Itinerary

Day 1
Amado, AZ
● Orientation and Get Acquainted Welcome Party
Day 2 -3
Guaymas
Welcome to Mexico Dinner
● Pearl Farm Excursion
● Margarita Party
Day 4 - 6
Alamos
● La Aduana Village
● Dinner at Casa Argentina
● Guided Alamos City Walking Tour
● Visit Restored Mansions
Day 7
Los Mochis
● Dinner at Santa Anita Hotel
Day 8 - 15
Copper Canyon
● Round Trip 1st Class Passenger Train
● Bus Transfers to and from Train
● Lunch In Dining Car
          Creel ~ Top of Canyon
● 4 Nights Hotel Stay at Top of Canyon
– (8 Meals Included)
● Guided Bus Tour of Creel Area
● Licensed Local Guide
● Tarahumara Indian Cave Dwellings
● San Ignacio Mission
● Valley of the Mushrooms
          Batopilas ~ Bottom of Canyon
● Tour with Guide to & from Bottom of Canyon
– Lunch included Both Ways
● Hotel Accommodations [2 Nights]
● Includes 5 Meals at Hotel
● Local Guide & Van Transportation in Batopilas
● Breathtaking Views of Canyon
● Visit Local Tarahumara Family in Batopilas
● Alexander Shepherd’s Hacienda San Miguel
● ‘Lost Cathedral of Satevo’
          Divisadero ~ On the Rim
● La Posada Mirador 1st Class Hotel Stay
– Including Meals
● Rim Walking Tour
● Guided Bus Tours of Divisadero Area
● Cable Car Ride over Copper Canyon
● Optional Ziplining at Copper Canyon
          Bahuichivo ~ Thru the Canyon
● Passenger Train Trip to Bahuichivo
● Hotel Misión-1st Class Hotel Including Meals
● Bus Tour to Cerocahui
● Jesuit Mission of San Francisco
● Tarahumara Indian Girls Boarding School Visit
● Bus Tour to Urique Canyon Lookout (Awesome)
Day 16
Los Mochis
● Passenger Train Trip to Los Mochis
● Dinner In Dining Car
Day 17 - 20
Guasave
● Dinner on the Beach
Day 21 - 25
Mazatlán
● Breakfast Buffet
Guided Mazatlan City Bus Tour
● Cliff Divers & Opera House
● Deluxe Guided Country Bus Tour to Copala &
– Concordia, Brick, Pottery, Glazed Floor Tile
– & Furniture Craftsmen
● Includes Lunch in Copala
– Home of the Famous Banana Coconut Cream Pie
● Dinner & Show at Los Zarape Restaurant
Day 26
Los Mochis
● Travel Day
Day 27 - 29
San Carlos/Guaymas
● Scenic Sea of Cortez Bay Cruise
● Traditional Mexico Farewell Dinner
Day 30
Nogales, AZ
● Border Crossing, Hugs & Good-Byes

Tour Features

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– Tourist Visa Fees Included
– Passport Required
– Mexican Liability Vehicle Insurance is Required

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Testimonials

  • I must say it was way beyond my wildest dreams and thoughts of South Africa. First of all, I have to say that the people were exceptional. They were beautiful not only in looks, their beauty was in everything they did for us. They were so happy to talk with us and question us about America. They all would love to come over here to visit but said they knew they would never be able to afford the trip. I was overwhelmed with the young children and their attitude toward us. They laughed, smiled and waved to us all along the highways on their way to school. I have to admit, I was so proud of how they were dressed and their pride. Our American children have so much and appreciate it so little.
    Carole & Len Adams
  • “We learned so much! We definitely have a real appreciation for this wonderful excursion!”
    Bill & Carol Harrison
  • “This tour was exactly what we wanted and expected, full of history, the food and entertainment were first class and the staff were so great!”
    Glen & Lynn Storey
  • “The entire team did a very good job. They were so helpful and lots of fun to be with. They bent over backwards to accommodate us. It was a great rally. The Rallymasters were lots of fun and so efficient. We had a very good time.”
    Jim & Jan Dawes
  • “Outstanding venues! Met our expectations for music exposure!”
    Larry & Karen Valdez
  • “This trip was absolutely amazing and wonderful! A new adventure every day, we loved every minute of it.”
    Pete & Fawn Olvera

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Copper Canyon Top & Bottom

  • “We had a ball! Our teams were great, we love all four of them!”
    Phil & Donna Laugen
  • “We learned so much! We definitely have a real appreciation for this wonderful excursion!”
    Bill & Carol Harrison
  • “The things I liked best on this rally were, everything! Never could have done so much on our own.”
    Carolyn & Cheeze Cheezum
  • “Excellent schedule—it rocked!  Food was excellent!”
    Ralph & Ruth Johnson
  • “We had a great time with great people. Our hosts and co hosts couldn’t have made it better. Two thumbs up for Sandy & Hex, Tina & Claudia.”
    Edwin & Doreen Teall
  • “Well planned out and executed by top notch people!”
    Park & Karen Henning
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