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Colonial Colima tour

Take the scenic highway heading to Colima, our capital. Once in downtown, we will take pleasure in a guided visit to the government palace and the cathedral; at the end of this visit you will have free time to explore. You can sink into the history of the ancient culture living in this area by visiting the two main archaeological sites: la Campana and El Chanal. La Campana, distinguished by a mound in the shape of a bell, is roughly 15 minutes from the city. El Chanal reached its peak between 1000 and 1400 AD and includes a Mesoamerican ball court, the Plaza of Day and Night, the Plaza of the Altars and the Plaza of Time. Glyphs like those found in central Mexico can be seen on stairwells on pyramid bases. Do not miss the great museum, an amazing Ex-Hacienda. Later, time for a Mexican tapas lunch with mariachi in the town of Comala, known for maintaining its traditions, the delicious coffee, the flavoured punch, the local drink, and its magnetic hill. On a clear day, enjoy the view of the volcanoes from a distance. Colima is the capital of the state with the same name. It is located near the Colima Volcano, which divides the small state from that of Jalisco. Other tourist attractions nearby are Manzanillo and Comala. This city ranked first in FDI Intelligence as liveable small city in Mexico and tenth in Latin America. Take the scenic highway heading to Colima, our capital. Once in downtown, we will take pleasure in a guided visit to the government palace and the cathedral; at the end of this visit you will have free time to explore. You can sink into the history of the ancient culture living in this area by visiting the two main archaeological sites: la Campana and El Chanal. La Campana, distinguished by a moun Meeting/pick-up point: Collection from hotel. Duration: Eight hours. Start/opening time: 9am. End/closing time: 5pm.Languages: English and Spanish.