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State Of Morelos

Cuernavaca Walking Tour

The tour begins with a visit to the Cathedral, the Borda Gardens, the central plaza area, and ends with a social gathering in a typical Mexican restaurant (where the “Spanish-only” rule will apply). This field trip introduces students to the historical centers and places of interest in Cuernavaca. It also provides students with practical information on certain important locations in the city, as well as transportation in Cuernavaca by bus and/or taxi.
It is usually offered on Saturdays, the first day of students’ arrival and on orientation day at Universidad Internacional.
Length of field trip: Three hours
Website: mexicodestinos.com

Cuernavaca Walking Tour
Tepoztlan and Hacienda de Cortes

Tepoztlan and Hacienda de Cortes

Tepoztlan is a typical Mexican pueblo situated at the foot of a beautiful mountainous area. This field trip takes students to the birthplace and offering site of Quetzalcoatl, feathered serpent, the principal god of Aztec culture. Students will visit the convent from the Colonial period and witness the architectural effects of the spiritual conquest that occurred in Mexico during the 16th century. They will also visit the native folk art market and the Hacienda of Cortés, where the conqueror of Meso-America retired to live a more tranquil and private life.
Length of field trip: Half day
Website: Visit Mexico Tepoztlan & Hotel Hacienda de Costes

Ruins of Xochicalco and Hacienda Vista Hermosa

Xochicalco, a fascinating archaeological zone from the ninth and tenth centuries is located just forty-two kilometers south of Cuernavaca. It is one of the most important archaeological zones in the State of Morelos.

Length of field trip: Half day

Website: INAH

Ruins of Xochicalco and Hacienda Vista Hermosa
Las  Estacas

Las Estacas

Las Estacas is a natural river in the midst of a tropical jungle setting. This beautiful and exotic site has been used to film movies such as “Tarzan”. It also offers a magnificent pool and a beautiful picnic area.

Length of field trip: Half day

Website: Las Estacas

“Our Little Brothers and Sisters” Orphanage and Ruins of Xochicalco

This field trip provides an opportunity for students to visit the facilities and programs of Father Wasson’s orphanage which was once San Gabriel’s Hacienda. It is an opportunity for students to witness social work in Mexico with international dimensions.
Xochicalco, as noted above, is a fascinating archaeological zone from the ninth and tenth centuries.
Length of field trip: Half day
Website: NPH México

Orphanage and Ruins of Xochicalco