If you want to experience San Miguel de Allende as part of an adrenaline-filled, exhilarating adventure, doing so driving an ATV is the thing for you. In the company of expert guides, you’ll visit remote locations such as San Miguel Viejo, the Allende Reservoir and the Sanctuary of Atotonilco. Along the ATV route, you’ll observe some of the chapels and ruins that still remain after more than four hundred years.
If you want to know more about the independence of Mexico and how it came about, you can enjoy a historical tour finding out about the Mexican insurgent movement in the wonderful city of San Miguel Allende, led by guides specializing in tour groups from the company Bicentenario Todo Terreno Cuatrimotos (Bicentenary All-Terrain Quad Bikes).
On the other hand, if you prefer the period of the Mexican Revolution, you can set off on a fast quad bike along a route that takes in the “El Llanito” Sanctuary, the Ex-Hacienda de la Erre, the Arroyo Seco (Dry Stream) and the Peñuelitas Reservoir, letting you recreate the path of the revolutionary movement and enjoy six hours of adventure.
Get kitted up with helmet, goggles, facemask, GPS and walkie-talkies to discover one of San Miguel de Allende’s best-kept secrets, The Camino Real de Tierra Adentro trail, the commercial route during colonial times.