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State Of Guerrero

Caves of Cacahuamilpa

Students will visit the beautiful, natural caves of Cacahuamilpa, which penetrate two kilometers into the heart of the Sierra Madre Mountains in the state of Guerrero. These beautiful caves are among the world’s largest.

Length of field trip: Half Day

Website: GOB.MX

Caves of Cacahuamilpa


Students will stay in a four star hotel and enjoy the warm, beautiful, calm beaches of Acapulco Bay.

Length of excursion: Three days (on the weekend)

Website: Visit Mexico Acapulco


A visit to Taxco, Mexico’s “Silver City”, is best described in the following quote from the Traveler’s Guide to Mexico:
“...No, Taxco is not subsidized by Eastman Kodak or any other camera company. It’s just that no matter where you point your camera, you get an interesting picture, for Taxco is one of the most beautiful places in all of Mexico. Almost all houses have red tile roofs. More austere old colonial buildings are of carved stone. The streets are paved with cobblestone and twist every which way, for Taxco was built on the side of a mountain. Colorful flowers spill over the walls from window flowerpots. Old world charm abounds.”

Length of field trip: One day

Website: Visit Mexico Taxco