Many people know of the beverage, but few have visited the majestic volcano nestled between the blue agave fields that originally gave Tequila its name. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the vast area known as Tequila displays gorgeous scenery paired with traditional distilleries and old factories. The remains of the imperial Teuchitlán culture that once paid homage to the region's integral resources is just a few miles away, while their customs and traditions are still present within the Tequila community.
Tequila is a historically rich area, where increased consumption of the beverage initiated efforts to preserve this rare landscape and its distinct people. The agave plant has been used for more than 2,000 years to create fermented drinks, rich textiles, and more recently, the popular beverage the region is known for. Today, Tequila's streets encompass a dynamic national identity dependent on the agave plant for part of its history and culture.
Local Voices is an effort to capture the stories and recommendations of the people who live here. Our team has gathered the opinions and advice of local individuals on what to see, where to eat, and what your presence means in terms of sustainability for the Tequila community. The videos, interviews, and advice of individuals from Tequila help capture the true essence of the town and the region. From adventures in ecotourism to exceptional culinary experiences, we are confident Tequila's local voices will guide you in planning an unforgettable trip.
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