The “Pulque Haciendas” had a great boom in past centuries since pulque was produced there, it was an alcoholic beverage of great popularity at that time, in some cases reaching 25,000 liters per day, which made the owners very wealthy and powerful. It is still evident that the constructions were built or remodeled by famous Mexican and foreign architects.
With the entry of beer and his ease of conservation and distribution, the “Pulque Haciendas” were forced to end their production for been unaffordable. Many of them were sold, some transformed into small ejidos, others were abandoned by eternal litigation and others that ran with better luck, are conserved as luxurious country houses.
• Medical insurance policy abroad.
• Own and know how to use a digital camera
• Cargo pants • Sweatshirt
• Hiking boots
• Water shoes
• Hat or cap
• Mosquito repellent
• Raincoat Headlamp
Estimated temperature 15 minimum 28 maximum.
SUGGESTED PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT: Camera, multifunction zoom lens 18-200 mm. or similar, tripod, memory cards, batteries, polarizing filter, variable ND filter, close-up filters, trigger cable. Optional: External electronic flash.
THE RATE DOES NOT INCLUDE: Travel medical insurance, taxi services or local transport, cost optional activities, internet or laundry services, services or activities not described in the itinerary.