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Mexico City trip’s female focus highlights Frida Kahlo, food scene

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Wild Terrains tours feature stays at the boutique Ignacia Guest House in Mexico City’s Colonia Roma district.
(Lauren Louise Photography)

Wild Terrains, a tour operator specializing in connecting women with one another, has three new all-female trips scheduled for spring that explore Mexico City and its colorful culture.

The five-day trips support female-owned local businesses and include a tour focusing on the street food scene with the group Eat Like a Local, Mexico City.

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There will also be a Frida Kahlo day, led by a female historian, and dining at restaurants headed by female chefs. Group size limited to eight.

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Dates: Jan. 23-27, March 6-10, May 10-14

Price: From $1,850 per person, double occupancy; $300 single supplement. Includes most meals, accommodations, transportation and all activities. International airfare not included.

Info: Wild Terrains, (240) 719-8528

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