Thinking of coming on our tour of Mexican raspberry and blackberry production? Already planning to come?
Here is some additional information to help you.
Weather: Welcome to the tropics! The average high temperature for February in Guadalajara is around 80 degrees (F) and the average low is in the 50s; temperatures drop quickly at night. In Zamora and Tequila, the temperatures are likely to be warmer. It will be dry, with little chance of rain.
Travel: Passports are required for travel from the U.S. Visas are not required. No vaccinations are required. While millions of Americans visit Mexico safely every year, please note that the U.S. State Department has issued travel warnings for U.S. citizens traveling to Mexico. Our group will endeavor to assure safety by traveling only in daylight, staying on main roads as much as possible, utilizing local expertise, and altering the itinerary if conditions warrant. For detailed information from the U.S. State Department click here.
Guadalajara Airport: The city is served by the Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport, also known as Guadalajara International Airport (ICAO code: MMGL) opened in 1966. It is 16 km (10 mi) south of downtown Guadalajara.This airport is the third most active in the country (after Mexico City and Cancún) with direct flights to many Mexican and American cities
Food, culture, history, more climate, etc: There is LOTS of great information on Wikipedia: Guadalajara — Zamora — Tequila
Geography: The two states we visit, Jalisco and Michoacan, are on the west coast of Mexico. See map. The area is quite mountainous. Nearby is the coastal resort town of Puerto Villarta
A few photos:
Guadalajara street scene