"You are the Temple"Mantra Meditation Teacher Training

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"You are the Temple"Mantra Meditation Teacher Training

399.00

Included:

  • All lectures and experiences on Pyramids
  • 2 Days passes to the Teotihuacan Grounds
  • "You are the Temple" Mantra Meditation Teacher Training

Not Included:

  • Hotel
  • Transportation from airport, contact hotel to arrange or make your own arrangements
  • Meals and other services from the hotel (spa, laundry, etc.)

Suggested Hotel and where will meet Villas Arqueologicas Teotihuacan stands at the end of the Calzada de los Muertos (Avenue of the Dead), an ancient road at the center of Teotihuacan’s archaeological site, one of the most important and beautiful in the world. Along the same Calzada stands the magnificent Piramide del Sol (Pyramid of the Sun), arguably Mexico’s most recognized landmark.

Influenced by an Aztec heritage, the Hotel Villas Teotihuacan shows detailed mosaic tiles that adorn the public spaces, while a series of fountains provide a joyful song in the background. The 42 guestrooms are built around a central courtyard that features a large, refreshing pool and patio restaurant. Elegant fireplaces compliment both the bar and the restaurant. The Villas Arqueologicas Teotihuacan Archaeological Villas also have four meeting rooms available for your conferences or business meetings.

Mandatory Items
• Passport is required – it must not expire for 6 months or it will not be valid!
• Money for food, personal items and extra activities if so desired;
• Sturdy, well broken in walking shoes;
• Enough of your medication for the entire trip in your carry-on bag, not packed in your luggage;
• Your prescription glasses;
• Earplugs – in case you have a roommate that snores;
BREAKFAST BARS FOR MORNINGS WE GO TO PYRAMIDS


Recommended Items
• Water bottle suitable for daily use;
• Hat or visor;
• Suntan lotion;
• Bug repellent;
• Sunglasses;
• Comfortable non-binding clothing in layers for warm days and cool nights;
• Bathing suit;
• Personal items and toiletries;
• Journal for writing;
• Poncho for rain;
• Back pack or fanny pack for camera, water, snacks, tissues and sweater; 
• Alarm clock / watch;

Vaccines and Medications
We recommend that you consult with your own doctor or health care practitioner regarding medications and vaccinations. There are no mandatory vaccines required to enter Mexico.

 

Arrival To and Departure From Mexico City


Our journey together begins at Hotel on the 25th at 7am, we recommend you fly into Mexico City, Mexico. You are responsible for your own transportation to and from the Benito Juarez Mexico City airport (MEX). Once you arrive and pass through immigration and customs, exchange money to pay for your transportation to hotel and for spending during the trip.

From USA- Many airlines have direct flights from Los Angeles, Houston and New York to Mexico City including AeroMexico, Alaska, Volaris, Horizon, Aerolitoral, and United. 
More options are available if connecting through another U.S. city.

From Europe- Most commercial airlines link Mexico directly to Europe. It is always worth to compare flight offers from aircarriers who can bring you to Mexico City or Cancun via many european hubs, like Frankfurt, Paris, Amsterdam, Madrid.....the flight duration from those cities is always approx. 11 hours (+ your connecting flight from home, if you do not board directly at the mentioned airports)

From Australia or New Zealand- Fly from either Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne or Auckland(NZ) direct to Los Angeles. Delta, Qantas, United, and V Australia offer non-stop air service from Australia to Los Angeles. Air New Zealand offers one-stop air service from Australia and non-stop air service from Auckland to Los Angleles. Hawaiian Airlines and Air Tahiti Nui offer one- or two-stop air service to Los Angeles from Australia and New Zealand.
For your departure, airlines request to do the check-in 3hrs prior to the departure of international flights, and it takes one hour to get from the hotel to the airport during normal business hours. We ask you to schedule your flight back home on the 28th or later.

We can make whatever arrangements you need, but you will be responsible for the cost of transportation. 


Arriving to Teotihuacan

By taxi. 
You can arrive to Teotihuacan by taxi. It takes about 45 minutes from Mexico City if you use the toll highway. A taxi is about $70 USD (depending on current exchange rates). 
If you are flying in, make sure to prepay for the taxi in one of the kiosks at the baggage claim area.


By bus. During daylight hours, Autobuses México-San Juan Teotihuacán runs buses from Mexico City’s Terminal Norte to the ruins (MX$35, one hour) every 15 minutes from 7am to 6pm. When entering the Terminal Norte, turn left and walk to the second-last desk on the concourse. Make sure your bus is headed for ‘Los Pirámides, ’ not the nearby town of San Juan Teotihuacán. Buses arrive and depart from near Gate 1, also making stops at Gates 2 and 3. Return buses are more frequent after 1pm. The last bus back to Mexico City leaves at 6pm; some terminate at Indios Verdes metro station, but most continue to Terminal Norte.

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