Mexican Mushroom Tours
...for Fungi Aficionados with a Sense of Adventure
Since 2000, we have welcomed more than 150
mycology enthusiasts - from renowned experts
to curious beginners - to our unique mushroom
hunting/travel excursions in some fascinating
regions of Mexico. Many participants have returned
as often as 3, 4 or even 6 times for tours in
different locations with us. We invite you to
join us for our well-planned, all-inclusive,
small-group adventures in fungi-rich areas that
also offer much to the culturally interested traveler.
In August 2014, we organized a foray in one of the most exciting and rewarding mushrooming locations in all of Mexico... central Chihuahua. It included spectacular scenery, the timeless tradition of the Tarahumara people, The COPPER CANYON and The TRAIN (37 trestle bridges and 86 tunnels!)
In terms of mycology, this tour was hugely successful and on the enjoyment level perhaps even more so.
For 2015 we are planning a reprise fungi adventure in the marvelous state of Tlaxcala, where the first Mexican Mushroom Tour was held 15 years ago.
This region, in the altiplano highlands, surrounded by forested volcanoes (all but one extinct) is our home turf and we will make it one of our best mushroom events ever.
We'll be led by our founding mycologists Arturo Estrada, Adriana Montoya and Alejandro Kong, who have also been with us on forays over the years in the many areas of Mexico where we have hunted the bounty of the forest floor.
August 1 to 8 is the week that appears ideal within prime fungi season. The other attractions of scenery, archeology, haciendas, gastronomy and pulque are never out of season.
Contact us now to be on the list for updates and details as plans develop.
It could be your mushrooming highlight of the year - especially if volcano Popocatepetl booms a bolete-shaped cloud.
Contact MEXICAN MUSHROOM TOURS
APDO # 73, TLAXCALA, TLAX., 90000 MEXICO
www.mexmush.com | email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel/Fax (US or Canada) dial: 011-52 (246) 461-8829
"Will you come
and visit me?"