Enjoy a Mexican party in Xoximilco
Since December 11, 1987, Unesco declared Xochimilco as a World Heritage Site. This place, located south of Mexico City, stands out for the use of chinampas and its ecosystem where animals such as the axolotl inhabit.
However, you can live a similar experience in Xoximilco, a place full of tradition and the Mexican essence that characterizes this emblematic site.
Here you can also get on a trajinera that will take you on a journey of celebration, dance, music and dishes of Mexican cuisine.
During this walk you can also enjoy live music and you will have an animator To liven up the night. Similarly, get ready for a party night as it offers an open bar of beer, tequila, rum, vodka, soft drinks and fresh water.
On Thursday you can enjoy a Mexican night with music by the famous singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel performed by various live music groups, including Mariachi. While on Tuesdays and Thursdays there is music from the 90s to start dancing.
Xoximilco also has a service for weddings and other special celebrations depending on the time of the year as Independence Day and New Year.
The tour lasts approximately three hours. Each trajinera has a capacity for 20 people and the minimum age to climb is 5 years. Children up to 11 years pay half of their ticket.
You can buy your ticket online to have a 15 percent discount. Adults pay 1,754 pesos and children 877 pesos. You can also add round trip transportation from Cancun, Riviera Maya, Playa del Carmen or Playa Mujeres for 350 pesos more.
The park is open Monday through Saturday from 7:15 pm to 12:00 am. It is suggested that you dress in comfortable clothes and long pants, or extra clothes since at night you can lower the temperature.
In addition, you can easily reach Xoximilco since it is only 16 minutes away from your stay.