v. San Jerónimo No. 304, Col. San Jerónimo. Cuernavaca Morelos, México



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The pyramids at Xochicalco, located 42 kilometers south of Cuernavaca, are one of the most important archeological zones in Morelos dating back to the 9th and 10th centuries A,D . The Hacienda, within the city limits of Cuernavaca , was established by the conquistador, Hernan Cortes, in the 1520s.

These caverns are among some of the largest caves in the world. They extend two kilometers into the heart of the mountain and present a variety of interesting geological formations.


Las Estacas is a river rising from a natural spring in the midst of a tropical jungle with abundant flowers. This recreational site was used to film many scenes from the "Tarzan" films.

Tepoztlan is situated at the foot of a mountain and is a typical Mexican pueblo. Students will visit the birthplace of Quetzalcoatl (The feathered serpent) and principal God of the Aztec and other pre-Hispanic culture as well as a native folk market.