Enjoy a 3 hour guided ATV tour around the Creel area on the best ATVs in town; CAN-AM 4x4's, hydraulic steering and automatic
– Immerse yourself into the area by doing a hands-on soft adventure activity
– Enjoy the wind in your hair and the smell of pine as you explore the San Ignacio Valley around Creel
– Each ATV holds up to 2 people for the same price
– See the Raramuri Indians up-close as you pass through their lands
– ATV’s are 2020 to 2022 automatic CAN-AM Outlander L Max with Dynamic Power Steering
– Secondary seat has seat back for your comfort
– Double A-arm front suspension for a smooth ride
– Torsional Trailing arm Independent (TTI) rear suspension for a smooth ride
Good to Know
– It is recommended to wear comfortable, closed toed shoes and clothing that dries quickly during the rainy season (July through September)
– Bring small change or small bills so you can purchase hand-made crafts and souvenirs from the Raramuri Indians
– Bring small change to pay the Raramuri toll booth fees to cross onto their land during the tour, or include these small fees as an Add-On during the booking process
– Please bring sunblock and a hat as you will be above 7,000 feet and can easily burn at this height
– This is considered an adventure activity and you will need to sign a liability release waiver to participate.
– This tour though considered an ‘adventure activity’ is not a fast adventure-like tour. It is slow, easy and enjoyable with low speeds.
– We highly recommend you purchase your own Trip Insurance to cover any medical emergencies as we do not provide any for our tours.
– You will be required to leave your passport as your deposit on the equipment while you use it. Your passport will be returned to you when you return the equipment in the same condition. Any damages to the equipment must be paid for directly by you.
This 3 hour tour of the San Ignacio Valley around Creel is perfect for those who are short on time but still looking for a bit of soft adventure.
Your guided ATV ride is private and you’ll be visiting the area of the Valley of the Mushrooms, Frogs, Monks, San Ignacio Mission and Lake Arareko,
The tour is not an adventure tour, but rather a slow, and relaxing, enjoyable tour that allows you to immerse yourself into the San Ignacio Valley where the Rarámuri Indians live.
You’ll be able to see them walking around, selling handicrafts, perhaps even washing their clothes in the arroyos, or maybe you’ll see the children herding the goats.