Professional and Experienced Guide in Michoacan

Monarch Butterfly
Monarch Butterfly
A fairytale or a miracle
Pátzcuaro
Pátzcuaro
Tour designed to introduce you to Purepecha Geography, History and Architecture
Uruapan
A tour designed to reconnect with nature and the work of men
Night of the Dead Tour
Introduce yourself respectfully into an indigenous purepecha tradition threatened by modern life, tradition that fights and resists.

Mich Mex Guides offer Professional and Experienced Guide in Michoacan
Mexican Federally Licensed Tourist Guides
Specialized in Monarch Butterfly and Michoacán State

Recommended by
Frommer´s México 2001-2010
Lonely Planet Mexico 2003-2010
National Geographic Traveler Mexico 2001-2010
Ploglott Apa Guide Mexiko 2005-2010

If you are looking for an opinion on what´s worth your time and what’s not when it comes to travelling safely in Michoacan, under the care of professional and experienced guides, avoiding tourist traps, then look no further



Tours

  • Monarch Butterflies ~ Come and join us everyday to share the experience of watching Monarch Butterflies
  • Night of the Dead Tour ~ A tour designed to introduce yourself respectfully into an indigenous purepecha tradition threatened by modern life
  • Uruapan ~ This is text about Uruapan that will show off a brief description
  • Pátzcuaro ~ Tour designed to introduce you to Purepechan Geography, History and Architecture


Transfers

Mich Mex Guides offer a personal service to transfer you between Michoacán and airports or hotels in:

  • Guanajuato
  • León
  • San Miguel Allende
  • México City
  • Ajijic
  • Guadalajara


Michoacán

Michoacán is a State the same size than Costa Rica and about the same number of inhabitants. The eastern part consists of high mountains with large tracts of pine and fir forests, winterhome for the Monarch Butterflies, a World Heritage by UNESCO. The central and northern part, just at the foot of other ranges of high extinct volcanoes, covered with pine and oak forests, is a land of lakes and former lakes, the Bajíos — nowadays some of the most fertile lands and valleys in Mexico. ~ Read More…