Join Janice Thomas of Savory Spoon Cooking School for a culinary adventure in Tepoztlán, Mexico from Nov. 6 – 13. Visitors will stay at La Villa Bonita – a true culinary destination, complete with heated pool carved out of volcanic rock, organic citrus orchard and vegetable garden, as well as a specially designed open-air kitchen with a stunning view of the Tepoztlán valley. The foothills of the Tepozteco Mountains in Tepoztlán, the original “Pueblo Magico” in Mexico, are sensationally beautiful. Because of its history, culture, and preservation of its traditions, Tepoztlan was named the first Pueblo Magico in Mexico. It is also the birthplace of the plumed serpent god, Quetzalcoyotl.
The Savory Spoon offers the ultimate visit at Villa Bonita as an emersion in the way of life in a small Mexican village as well as an up close and personal experience with the culinary and cultural guidance and expertise of Janice and Anna.
The price is $2,995 (double occupancy) and $3,395 (single occupancy). A $500 deposit is due Sept. 2, and the balance is due Oct. 1. For more information visit savoryspoon.com/villa-bonita.htm.