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Mexico's Monarchs

Travel to the Mexican highlands to witness one of the world's most intriguing natural phenomena.

  • Capture amazing images of the butterflies as they swirl overhead in cloud of orange and blanket tree trunks like gossamer bark.

  • Experience the surrealism of hundred of millions of butterflies migrating.

  • On this tour, learn how butterflies and tourism alike supports conservation and traditional culture in the Mexican village of Angangueo.

  • You may encounter streams covered in monarch butterflies as they stop to drink.

One of the most astounding natural events occurs each year in North America, featuring an unlikely creature: the delicate monarch butterfly. Every November, millions of them set flight on a remarkable 2,500-mile journey from the northeastern United States and Canada to their ancestral wintering grounds in the volcanic mountains of central Mexico.

Available Tours

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The Kingdom of the Monarchs
Witness the amazing migration of 300 million butterflies. Itinerary highlights Angangueo, Valle de Bravo and Piedra Herrada Sanctuary.
6-day tours from $2,995

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Monarch Butterfly Photography Adventure
Capture photos of one of the world's most remarkable natural phenomena. Itinerary highlights Angangueo, Valle de Bravo and Piedra Herrada Sanctuary.
7-day tours from $3,695



Available Extensions

Humpback Whale Watching Extension 4 days from $795
The Pyramids of Teotihuacan 1 day, custom pricing

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WWF & Natural Habitat Adventures
Call (888) 993 – 8687 to book your spot on this tour. Questions? Email us at travel@wwfus.org.

WWF and Monarch Butterflies
WWF works to preserve vital butterfly habitat in Mexico’s Monarch Butterfly Reserve by promoting good forest management and sustainable tourism. Read more here

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