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Sonia’s agency Your local agency for classic and adventure tours in Mexico

100 reviews
  • Specialists in Classic Tours
  • Specialists in Luxury Tours
  • Specialists in Off-The-Beaten-Track Tours
  • Specialists in Family Tours
“I'll start my adventure in Mexico and from there continue my journey”. That's what I said 10 years ago, but to this day I still call Mexico my home. It is a beautiful country full of diverse landscapes, rich culture, friendly people, warm climate and great food which makes it a perfect place for anyone's ideal vacation. With ten years of living and travelling experience I would love to help you p... “I'll start my adventure in Mexico and from there continue my journey”. That's what I said 10 years ago, but to this day I still call Mexico my home. It is a beautiful country full of diverse landscapes, rich culture, friendly people, warm climate and great food which makes it a perfect place for anyone's ideal vacation. With ten years of living and travelling experience I would love to help you plan a fantastic trip to Mexico. See more
Joined Evaneos: 5 years ago
Agency operating for: 10 years
Based in: Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico
Languages spoken: French, Spanish, German, English

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Market in Mexico

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Market in Mexico
 VIVA MEXICO! - A diverse and colourful country filled with friendly and passionate people. 
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Local Market Oaxaca
Mexican Beach with dead trees
Mexican Woman with Flowers and Bread
Skeleton Puppets Dia de Muertos Mexico
Favourites from the agency
  • Oaxaca, its indigenous communities and regional gastronomy
  • The endless, pristine beaches
  • The friendly locals
  • The fascinating history and culture

Locally-made trips: a more sustainable way to travel

Buenos Dias Mexico Agency Woman Volunteer School
We work with small local businesses rather than internationally-run providers
As a local agency, sustainability and protecting Mexico's rich culture and landscapes is naturally important to our team. As well as supporting a number of charitable organisations, our agency focuses on working with small, family run local operators, guides, and hotels. This not only enhances the authentic travel experience for our clients, but a... As a local agency, sustainability and protecting Mexico's rich culture and landscapes is naturally important to our team. As well as supporting a number of charitable organisations, our agency focuses on working with small, family run local operators, guides, and hotels. This not only enhances the authentic travel experience for our clients, but also helps distribute the spread of tourism in Mexico and supports local communities over international companies. See more

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  • Evarabbit
    Evarabbit
    18 April 2019
    Best parts:
    Simply everything. The local partner agency and especially our personal travel advisor Ivana have made a perfect job. During the organization, she found a solution to all our wishes. The hotels were chosen very carefully, all close to the attractions. All of the accommodation was special (beach bungallo, chalet in the jungle, hacienda with the inner garden ... etc).All tour guides were very kind and calm, and most of all they were careful about the exact arrival. We've got a lot of extra information about each of their cities, people, habits, and natural attractions. Ivana has escorted our journey and has always been notified in time if we had to prepare for any change or problem.
    Worst parts:
    the bad thing is that it is over
    Summary:
    We had a lot of programs we did for the first time in our lives: - floating down on a Maya canal in the Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve - dive in the Grand cenoté - to participate in the urban fiesta in M...We had a lot of programs we did for the first time in our lives: - floating down on a Maya canal in the Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve - dive in the Grand cenoté - to participate in the urban fiesta in Merida - see the Palm sunday procession and the fantastic flower carpets in Antigua Guatemala - staying 20 meters from the lava flow on the Pacaya volcano - to explore the Mayan worldSee more
    Ivana
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    Ivana
    Hola querida Eva, How lovely to read your beautiful feedback!! Feedbacks like yours help us very much for furture travellers. Thank you very much for that! It is so nice and fantastic are very glad ...Hola querida Eva, How lovely to read your beautiful feedback!! Feedbacks like yours help us very much for furture travellers. Thank you very much for that! It is so nice and fantastic are very glad that that you had a fantastic experience in Mexico and Guatemala!! Your pictures are so great!! Makes me want to travel too!! We are very sad, that your trip is already over. You were a lovely and fantastic customer! We especially liked that you knew clearly what you would like and what you do not like and I think this helped a lot to creat you the most fantastic itinerary! We are very happy that you are happy!!! If you come back to Mexico again, we would love to meet you and show you more of Mexico! Wish you all the very best and hope to meet you two one day! Muchos saludos IvanaSee more

  • TravelBug
    TravelBug
    23 March 2019
    Best parts:
    Being in the buzz of the streets, the colour and activity, there always seemed to be something going on - music, markets, and endless movement. The food, eating fresh tortillas was a real treat. The ruins were fascinating and the history very compelling- even just scratching the surface like this was really interesting.
    Worst parts:
    Not much. More vegetables food wise would have been nice, as the food is good but very energy dense. My lack of Spanish, as English is not widely spoken even in touristy areas.
    Summary:
    I was in Mexico for 5 weeks, arriving in Guadalajara and then working my way down to Tulúm, visiting Guanajuato, Querétaro, Mexico City, Puebla, Oaxaca, San Cristóbal de las Casas and Mérida on the wa...I was in Mexico for 5 weeks, arriving in Guadalajara and then working my way down to Tulúm, visiting Guanajuato, Querétaro, Mexico City, Puebla, Oaxaca, San Cristóbal de las Casas and Mérida on the way. Every city had a unique feel and character so it’s hard to say which are better than others. I traveled alone, caught the excellent buses between towns and stayed in good to excellent hotels. I did a mixture of group day tours and just wandering around to see places.See more
    Verena
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    Verena
    Hi Lachlan, Thank you very much for your feedback on your extensive trip through Mexico! This will hopefully encourage other people to travel solo through our beautiful country aswell! It was lovely m...Hi Lachlan, Thank you very much for your feedback on your extensive trip through Mexico! This will hopefully encourage other people to travel solo through our beautiful country aswell! It was lovely meeting you in Querétaro and we hope you come back for some fresh tortillas! Muchos saludos, VerenaSee more