Enjoy a private transfer from Creel to Chihuahua with a stop off at the Mennonite Museum in Cuauhtemoc. This private transfer will get you to Chihuahua faster than the train or bus and still leave time to visit Chihuahua City in the same day, or vice versa, you can take it from the Chihuahua city center or even the airport and get to Creel, the heart of the Copper Canyon, faster and more efficiently so you lose less time in transit and have more time to enjoy your vacation in the canyons.
This private transfer from Creel to Chihuahua will pick you up at your Creel hotel and drop off at your Chihuahua hotel or direct at the airport if you prefer.
You’ll be met at your Creel hotel and driven 2 hours to the Mennonite Community of Cuauhtemoc to stop in at the Mennonite Museum as an optional activity if you’d like to include this. This museum houses a plethora of old working tools, housewares and more that were used by the Mennonites. **Please note that they do not use these implements in this community now, but are rather more advanced than traditional Mennonite communities. The Mennonites of Cuauhtemoc are more capitalistic in nature and own banks, credit unions, stores, restaurants and distribution companies. They call themselves ‘liberals’. You will not find traditional, fundamentalist Mennonites in this community.
You’ll have a chance to watch a video about how the Mennonites came to this area of Chihuahua at the museum and you can purchase various Mennonite food items and handicrafts as well there if you like.
After your stop in the Mennonite Community, you’ll be driven one more hour to Chihuahua City where you’ll be dropped at your hotel or the airport to catch your flight out.
Direct drive time is 3.5 hours. With optional Mennonite Museum stop, total transfer time is 4-5 hours.
**Please note that you can do this transfer in reverse and begin in Chihuahua City and end in Creel. Please advise at time of booking if you prefer to do the transfer in reverse.
Duration: 3-5 hours – Private
Start location: Creel OR Chihuahua
End location: Creel OR Chihuahua
• Clean, well maintained and private vehicle
• Professional, local, private guide
• Cold water
* 16% Mexican taxes
• Any personal items
• Travel Insurance
* Entrance fees to the Mennonite Museum. Please bring small change in pesos to pay them directly if you choose to stop there or you may add in this fee during check out in the Add Ons section.
* Remember to wear comfortable clothing
* Bring small change or small bills so you can purchase hand-made crafts and souvenirs from the Mennonites and the Museum entrance fee
• Please see our Cancellation Policy before booking.
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