Just unforgettable!

Many interesting and enjoyable excursions and field trips are offered by our school.

Xochicalco and Hacienda de Cortes
The pyramids at Xochicalco, located 42 kilometers south of Cuernavaca, are one of the most important archeological zones in Morelos dating back to the 9th and 10th centuries A,D . The Hacienda, within the city limits of Cuernavaca , was established by the conquistador, Hernan Cortes, in the 1520s.



Cacahuamilpa Caverns
These caverns are among some of the largest caves in the world. They extend two kilometers into the heart of the mountain and present a variety of interesting geological formations.


Rio las Estacas
Las Estacas is a river rising from a natural spring in the midst of a tropical jungle with abundant flowers. This recreational site was used to film many scenes from the "Tarzan" films.


Tepoztlan is situated at the foot of a mountain and is a typical Mexican pueblo. Students will visit the birthplace of Quetzalcoatl (The feathered serpent) and principal God of the Aztec and other pre-Hispanic culture as well as a native folk market.

Ballet Folklorico:
is a mosaic of Mexican folklore and traditions. Typical dances from across Mexico are performed in the Palacio de Bellas Artes ( Palace of Fine Arts ) in Mexico City .

Teotihuacan Archeologiacal site (Pyramids):
is the most important, archeological zone in Central Mexico due to the magnificent pyramids dedicated to the sun and the moon.

Mexico City Museo de Antropología:
: is the largest museum in Mexico . The museum houses a broad collection of works from the rise to the fall of all Mesoamerican cultures. It is regarded as one of the best of its kind in the world.

: is México`s reknowned city of silver which was built on the side of a mountain. Almost all houses have red tile roofs; the streets are paved with cobblestones and are very hilly . It is a UNESCO cultural heritage site.

Puebla and Cholula:
: is the fifth largest city in México with a surprisingly cosmopolitan atmosphere. Much of Puebla´s wealth and architecture from the 19th century can still be seen today. The city was once the principal stopping point in route to Veracruz , Mexico´s principal port city. This trip includes a visit to Cholula , a prehispanic city famous for its 365 churches and the Gran Pirámide, the largest in México.

Museo de Dolores Olmedo and Xochimilco gardens located in Mexico City:
: This colonial building museum holds the largest private art collection of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. Xochimilco is famous for its colorful gardens and traditional boats (trajineras).
Private & Special excursions available ask executive program assistant.

Acapulco 3 days and 2 nights:
Students will visit México`s most famous bay and stay in a four-star hotel to enjoy the warm, beautiful, calm beaches of Acapulco and its vibrant night life.