What time do the activities start on each day?
There will be a list of packing suggestions in the Tineri app that we will send in advance of your trip.
What is there to do during the free time in Mexico City?
We will be staying downtown Mexico City, which has easy access to coffees shops, local markets and museums. Did you know that Mexico City has more museums than any other city except for London? So there will be plenty to see and do in your free time, ask your guide for all the hot spots.
What shoes should I wear for the hike?
As long as you have comfortable, closed shoes with a good grip (not thin canvas/converse style) you should be fine. This is not the time to break in new shoes/boots, this will help avoid blisters and calluses.
What clothing is recommended for the hike?
A detailed packing list will be proved in your Tineri app, however, it is best to bring a rain jacket and thin layers as the weather can often change.
What do I need to carry with me on the hike?
It is essential to wear sunscreen, you should also bring a hat and glasses too. Carrying a bottle of water and a maybe a snack too is recommended.
What is the difficulty level of the hike?
The hike is relatively easy on terrain with slight undulations and slopes. Your guide will pace it so that you acclimatise to the altitude.
What is the gradient of the hike?
The hike starts at Paso de Cortés which is 3680m above sea level, and will end at La
Joya at 3940m above sea level.
How long does the hike take?
The duration will depend on the groups ability, but it can take anywhere between 3-5hrs, taking in some breathtaking scenery.
I get sea sick, will I be ok on the Trajinera boat?
The trajinera will be navigating its way through a series of calm, wave-less canals, so it shouldn’t make you seasick, but please do bring whatever medication that you might need, it’s always best to be prepared.