Vallarta Food Tours

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  1. This food tour seems awesome! That’s not a bad price either. I agree that food is one of the best ways to experience a culture, and of course I’d always be down for trying tacos. I noticed you said that they use corn tortillas vs flour tortillas used in the US, so just to be “authentic”when I go to chains like Chipotle I always request corn and they usually have them! πŸ™‚ If I make it to Puerto Vallarta I am absolutely doing this- such a cool way to see the town too! If only tacos were as cheap in the US…

  2. I agree the best way to experience a place is by experiencing the food. 3 hour tour with a mix of food and history sounds heavenly… absolutely my kind of travel. πŸ™‚
    Happy new year!

  3. Yum! Tacos and Tequila! My two favorite things πŸ™‚ My two best friends are from Mexico, and I always love when they make me authentic Mexican food. I would have loved this food tour as well! Thanks for sharing you two πŸ™‚

  4. Food is such an integral part of travel. It is more fun when your budget is not eroded much because of food πŸ™‚ Your photos and video has already made me hungry πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Tacos and Tequila are my fav too.

  5. OMG these delicious tacos! I’m so hungry now- thanks a lot! Just kidding. This tour looks awesome! Good to know they have options for vegetarians and so happy to have learned the right way to take a tequila shot!

  6. I would love to do this food tour. One of my favorite food tours was in Rome and it was 3 years ago but we still talk about it today! I agree with you that the best way to get a feel for a culture is through the food. I, also, think that eating in local places rather than 5-star restaurants is much better. My SIL thinks that 5-star is the only place to feed her foodie desires but that’s just not the case. Love this post and I’m going to look into this tour on my next trip!

  7. I love a good food tour as you said great way to get to know the city and it’s good. And who doesn’t love Mexican food!! We did a food tour on our first night in Hanoi it was actually our first night in Vietnam so it really set us up for the whole trip, knowing what was what.

  8. I really need to go to Mexico soonest! And also, this post should come with a warning – do not read when you are hungry. Now I am drooling on my keyboard – this looks delicious!

  9. Wow, you found some great food. I don’t know if I would be good on a food tour because I can’t eat so much in such a short time. I would want to try everything!! I LOVE tacos, I bet they’re even better in mexico. The food from the chocolate shop looked great too.

  10. Concepcion’s Tuba seems like a wonderful blissful beverage! I haven’t really gotten the hang on tacos, but after this post, they are up high again!

  11. Great post! We’re heading to Mexico this year so this helps a lot. We definitely like the idea of taking a food tour, sounds like a great way to experience the local flavors and sights!

  12. Wow!! I recently ate my way through Northern Baja. I came home craving Mexican food. This looks like a great tour and only $49. That sounds like a steal.

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