Our guide at Basque by Bike was fun, knowledgeable, and great with our kids. Her easy going spirit, combined with her enthusiasm for the history, culture and natural beauty of San Sebastian made our bike ride even more enjoyable. What a great way to experience San Sebastian!
Mr. Laura M., San Sebastian, 20 Jun 2018
Cristina was a fantastic tour guide. Her knowledge of local cuisine and her love for food was infectious. i learned so much about the Basque culture and cuisine, and even learned a few Basque words! Cristina ordered pixnos for us that I would not have thought about trying, they were so delicious. I highly recommend this tour!
Ms. Sridavi G., San Sebastian, 20 Jun 2018
There are no words to describe the experience that Pako gives to his guests in this tour! I would say it was a very fun spiritual experience. Listening the sound of silence in the deep underground Mayan area while walking and a little swimming was a great experience. Pako is always happy, but there's nothing compared to see his face when he is underground, sharing his knowledge about the caves, how the got formed and how to respect the mother nature. If you are in Playa del Carmen or in the nearest areas, this tour IS A MUST! Totally recommend it!
Mr. Gustavo G., Playa del Carmen, 16 Jun 2018
Mie was wonderful, would gladly take another tour with her. Very knowledgeable, very professional.
Mrs. Jacqueline W., Copenhagen, 16 Jun 2018
Alfonso es the best guide to show you how Mexican local life is. In this tour he took us to three different markets: the first one had art and a hidden museum of the work of Diego Rivera's students, was kinda small but full of colour and no tourist at all; after having our atole and a tamal, we took te public transportation to this interesting/spooky market (Sonora) better called "The witchcraft market"; there, we saw a lot of different symbols used by too many different cultures (mayan, aztec, voodoo, santeria, among others), walking through the halls of this market charged with this interesting energy was such an experience! and then... took the subway to "Mercado de Jamaica" which haves three markets in one: food , produce and flowers! lots of colors, lots of different spice-fruity smells, we had a nice lunch of barbacoa tacos and a consome (sort of a broth, very tasty!) and, after walking through the market of flowers: more food: a tlayuda at a very nice and local food court! Totally worth it!