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

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.


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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