Mexico City: Day of the Dead Comfort

12/06/2022 through 10/25/2024
12/06/2022 through 10/28/2024
Intrepid Travel

Mexico City: Day of the Dead Comfort

Feel the mystical vibes of the weird and wonderful Dia de los Muertos, or the annual Day of the Dead festival, on a five-day cultural exploration of Mexico City and surrounds. Visit the museums of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera and learn all about their fascination with death, wander about Puebla city, participate in a traditional Day of the Dead ceremony and see elaborate altars dedicated to the deceased. This festival is all about rituals, so dive straight in to the spooky and sacrilegious ceremonies that has made this tradition so infamous. Oh, and Mexico City’s tacos will make you feel you’ve died and gone to heaven, too.


  • Complimentary Airport Arrival Transfer
  • Mexico City – City Tour
  • Mexico City – Frida Kahlo Museum (entrance fee)
  • Mexico City – Day of the Dead parade viewing
  • Tlahuac – Community Visit
  • Puebla – Day of the Dead altar creation
  • Puebla – Cemetery visit
  • Puebla – Leader-led orientation walk


  • Get the low-down on all the traditions and rituals watching the incredible Day of the Dead parade then fiesta the night away in Mexico City and get into the true spirit of this haunting ceremonial festival.
  • Set out on a walking tour of Mexico City with your local leader, see the most iconic sights and get a taste of local art with a visit to the Frida Kahlo Museum in the Coyoacan neighbourhood – you’ll check out the works in her former home and discover her art often focused on the notion of death.
  • Explore the city of Puebla, visit a local family and get acquainted with their traditional Day of the Dead customs – join them to create an alter (or ofrenda as it’s sometimes called in Spanish) to remember your ancestors and join the famly during their colourful cemetery ceremonies.
  • Mix with the locals in San Pedro Tlahuac where Nahuatl descendants preserve traditions from Pre-Columbian times, including chinampa farming, fiestas and ceremonies from ancient days.
  • All of these festivities will work up an appetite. Luckily Mexico City boasts some of Central America’s best food – from roadside taco stands to fine dining in the heart of the city, you won’t go hungry.


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Day 3 Puebla
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