Explore some of the most breathtaking landscapes in Mexico at the remote Copper Canyon National Park, in the heart of the Tarahumara Mountains. The park is a collection of huge canyons, deeper and longer than the Grand Canyon over the border in America and gets its name from the copper hue of the canyon walls. Within its boundaries are glistening waterfalls and rivers and centuries-old indigenous communities, who have somehow managed to make a home and maintain their traditions, whilst living within the caves of canyons.
The best way to explore the jagged canyons and appreciate the stunning scenery is to climb aboard the Copper Canyon train for one of the most memorable rail journeys in all of Latin America. See below for a detailed five day itinerary.