Travelling Mexico by Train
When vacationing in Mexico, we often think of laying in the hot Mexican sun for a week straight with a Piña colada in hand. The truth is Mexico offers so much more than sandy beaches and sun-kissed skin. One of the best ways to experience this beautiful country and all its wonder is through travelling by train. Here are a list of train tours that best display Mexico’s diverse cultural landscape!
The Chihuahua al Pacifico Railroad
The Chihuahua al Pacifico Railroador “El Chepe” is one of the world’s greatest rail journeys. The line travels through some of Mexico’s most rugged terrain, crossing deep ravines and hugging the edge of mountains. El Chepe covers 665km in 14 hours and tickets can be booked in hop-on, hop-off segments, giving you all the time you need to explore along the way.
The Mayan Route by Rail
The Mayan Route by Rail crosses historic Mayan ruins and includes stops in Tabasco, Chiapas, Campeche and Yucatan. This trip brings you back to the early 20thcentury to explore the secrets of the pre-Hispanic master builders, who were often referred to as “The Greeks of America.” This one of a kind 8-day trip is available throughS & S Tours and was featured in the New York Times Travel Advisory.
Jose Cuervo Express
The Jose Cuervo Express takes you through the Magical Town of Tequila, with full day activities prepared for the entire family. The trip begins with a visit to LaRojeñaRojeña, Jose Cuervo’s distillery, followed by games, music, food and entertainment. The full Schedule and ticket prices can be found at here.
More info can be found at Visitmexico.com
About the Author
Bryen Dunn is a freelance journalist based in Toronto with a focus on tourism, lifestyle, entertainment and community issues. He has written several travel articles and has an extensive portfolio of celebrity interviews with musicians, actors and other public personalities. He’s willing to take on any assignments of interest, attend parties with free booze, listen to rants, and travel the world in search of the great unknown. He’s eager to discover the new, remember the past, and look into the future.