Mexico City: March 6-10, 2019

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Mexico City: March 6-10, 2019

from 925.00

Join us on a creative journey through Mexico City in celebration of International Women’s Day (March 8, 2019). You'll sleep in beautifully designed spaces, eat amazing meals, learn about the local culture and art, and (most importantly) meet and connect with badass women like YOU.

This city has a vibrant, budding community of creative women, and we’ll be meeting a ton of local makers and entrepreneurs along the way. You’ll also be happy to know that every aspect of this trip will support local women-run businesses. Check out the itinerary below to see what we’ll be up to!

Dates: March 6-10, 2019
Duration: 5 days, 4 nights
Group size: 8 travelers (women only)
Price: $2,150 per person (private room) or $1,850 (shared room)

*A 50% deposit is required at checkout, the remaining 50% balance is due no later than 60 days before departure.

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TRIP ITINERARY

DAY ONE

Hello CDMX, we've arrived 💁🏻.

We'll drop our bags, freshen up a bit, and get to know the other ladies on our trip over cocktails on the Ignacia Guest House patio.

For dinner, we'll head as a group to Meroma, a restaurant by one of Mexico City's most popular female chefs, Mercedes Bernal.

 


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DAY TWO

We've got an early wake up call and places to be, like a food crawl led by Mexico City's local foodie expert, Rocío. With a focus on supporting female vendors, she'll make sure you sample everything your heart desires. You'll even learn how to make tortillas!

After a cocktail hour in the Ignacia garden, you'll have a free evening to do your own thing. 


DAY THREE

Hello, International Women’s Day!

** Secret details coming soon **


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DAY FOUR

Today we channel our inner Frida Kahlo 👑. We're touring Casa Azul - the Mexican artist's home - with Natalia Zerbato, CDMX's resident Frida expert, who will be teaching us about Frida's life as we explore her art, clothing, and studio.

We'll also stop at Colorindio, a Mexican textile company owned by our friends Paulina & Libia. They'll talk to us about the importance of textiles in Mexican culture and we'll do a little shopping in their private showroom and the Bazaar Sabado market in the historic neighborhood of San Angel. 

Then, back to Ignacia for cocktails before a final group dinner at with woman-owned culinary group Nativa Concina. 


DAY FIVE

We'll say our goodbyes and exchange contact info over breakfast before packing up and heading to the airport. If you're planning to extend your stay in Mexico, we'll help you get to the right place (with some travel tips, of course!). 


ACCOMMODATIONS

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We partner with two women-owned design hotels in Mexico City where you’ll be getting your beauty sleep: Ignacia Guest House and Casa Goliana in the charming Roma Norte neighborhood. In your rooms you’ll have luxe amenities like free wifi, Netflix, a Nespresso machine, and fancy bath products. All the rooms are fabulous, but some are larger than others to rooms will be assigned based on booking order (first come, first serve).


WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED

FLIGHT TO MEXICO CITY
UBER TRANSPORTATION TO & FROM AIRPORT (~$10-15 )
MANDATORY TRAVEL INSURANCE (~$50)
INCIDENTAL & PERSONAL EXPENSES

WHAT'S INCLUDED

4 NIGHTS @ IGNACIA GUEST HOUSE/CASA GOLIANA
MOST MEALS
ALL ACTIVITIES LISTED ABOVE
TRANSPORTATION TO & FROM ACTIVITIES
TIPS FOR DRIVERS & GUIDES
WILD TERRAINS WELCOME KIT


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TRAVELER REVIEWS

This was unlike any group trip I’ve ever been on. We were able to see the incredible city from the inside, rather than doing all of the corny, touristy stuff. Lauren Bates, the owner, has made so many personal contacts in Mexico City that we never felt like tourists. We walked into the markets and the restaurants hugging and loving on all the locals, as if we were family. It was truly an incredible experience that you can’t find anywhere else. I couldn’t recommend this trip more!
— Lauren M.
I had the best time on my Wild Terrains trip! I was a little nervous at first, since I would be traveling with girls I didn’t know super well, but it was great. We all had common interests, which is why we ended up on the trip together in the first place. I had some notions of what I thought Mexico City would be like, but I was so wrong. Wild Terrains showed me the real soul of the city by connecting me with some of the strong women who make up its core.
— Katie W.

SOME OF THE WILD WOMEN YOU'LL MEET


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