Buried deep in the land of Los Osuna, a 140-year-old tequila factory, the Blue Agave Trail flows through Cardon cactus forests, fruit trees, blue agave fields and the secluded ruins of an old clandestine distillery. Explore tequila’s history in Sinaloa through a hike in this trail used by the factory workers over a hundred years ago and discover the flora and fauna of the tropical deciduous forest.
Get immersed in the artisanal production process of this award-winning product by meeting the people behind it, visiting the factory and getting to taste the different types of tequila they produce.
Taste the local cuisine and connect with the town of La Noria, as Doña Carolina opens her house and shares one of her secret recipes with us. Feels like a warm hug!
|Tour type||Group tour|
|Age requirement||All ages accepted|
|Your group size||Min 2, max 10|
Pick up and drop off. Hiking stick. Granola bar. Visit to Los Osuna blue agave distillery. Blue agave spirit tasting. Visit to La Noria artisanal town. Homemade traditional lunch at Doña Carolinas house.
Gratuities. Bottled water.
• The hiking trail contains slight slopes, and conditions are rough with loose dirt in some sections.
• The hike is 3.7 km in total.
• Participants should have a moderate physical fitness level.
Light and comfortable footwear and clothing.
Preferably pants and hiking shoes.
Hat or baseball cap.
Meet the faces behind this program and connect with them as they share with you some of the preservation techniques they use. Glide in a kayak between lush vegetation tunnels and immerse yourself in the mangrove wetlands wildlife. Roll your sleeves up and help the new hatchlings make it to their new home.