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 San Miguel de Allende - Wellness

7 nights, 8 days

Minimum 6 guests, maximum 10

Let us design your very own expedition

The town of San Miguel de Allende is the crown jewel of colonial cities in Mexico with mild weather and an average temperature of 70F degree. This World Heritage Site was founded in 1544 and it is where the heroes of the Mexican Independence movement conspired to overthrow the Spanish.


This expedition is about wellness, fresh and healthy food, exercise, cooking together, and the discovery of Mexican culture.


Join our small group and discover why San Miguel de Allende has been named the top place to visit in the world year after year by travel magazines.


Let our team pamper you in this luxurious, colonial house in the center of town where you begin your day with yoga and a healthy breakfast. A massage therapist will join us to make sure everyone gets a healing massage during their stay.


Try your hand at some of the regional traditional dishes of Mexico with Gilda and make your own chocolates after a lecture on the history and culture of Mexican cacao by our expert, Lalo Villers.


In San Miguel de Allende you will find a large variety of restaurants to sample any type of traditional or modern Mexican food.  Part of your time here will be to dine at a few of these, but this tour is not crowded with activities so that you can relax and feel like a San Miguelense choosing activities that you decide upon in your free time, diving into the pool, or simply relaxing on the rooftop with a good book and a glass of wine.



  • 7 nights accommodation at a boutique hotel in the center of this historic town

  • Breakfast and lunch daily and two dinners

  • Yoga classes

  • Massage therapy

  • Hiking at the botanical garden

  • A lecture and tasting of mezcal, the elixir of the gods 

  • Walking tour of the historic colonial city of San Miguel de Allende

  • 2 cooking classes with a trip to the market 

  • Tour of Dolores Hidalgo to understand its importance in Mexican history with lunch at Don Vicente's famous 'carnitas'. The cry for Mexican independence from the Spanish crown broke out here. The town of Dolores is also famous for its unique ice cream flavors. We will also observe how hand-painted Talavera is made and stop for opportunities to purchase these ceramic works of art along the way.


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