Female Couch Surfing in Cuernavaca

Marisol

Marisol

Cuernavaca

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hi! My name is Marisol and I’m a local girl in Cuernavaca. I’d love to show you around and help you understand better Mexican culture beyond CDMX. I love dogs 🐶 I love traveling 🧳 I speak Spanish/English/French (basics)

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Sara

Sara

Cuernavaca

Can host for:

5 days

About me

Hi! I am Sara, I come from Canadian and Mexican parents. I am a musician, I play the violin and I almost finish my career!!! I want to travel with my instrument and share making music with others. I would love to meet people from around the world and I’ll try to be the best host you ever have. I love parting and going out, you will never get bored in my house. You are welcome ☺️

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Marisol

Marisol

About Me

Hi! My name is Marisol and I’m a local girl in Cuernavaca. I’d love to show you around and help you understand better Mexican culture beyond CDMX. I love dogs 🐶 I love traveling 🧳 I speak Spanish/English/French (basics)

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Aurora

Aurora

About Me

Hi! I’m Aurora, a former physicists and astronomer who loves teaching math and science in high school. I love traveling, cinema, food and photography.

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Is Cuernavaca safe to travel?

Rachel

Rachel (57)

United States

Solo travel experience

Cuernavaca is easy to get to from the CDMX airport or the Terminal de Sur Taxqueña. Take the Pullman de Morelos direct bus right into town. Cuernavaca has Uber so I used that to get around. My primary reason for visiting here was to learn cumbia dancing at the Academia de Baile Calor Latino, which I found on YouTube believe it or not. This was truly a great experience, the owner has created a welcoming and fun place to spend time and really learn Latin dancing. So I spent my time dancing, and wandering around the main square trying restaurants, practicing Spanish, and people watching. I felt safe in the parts of town I frecuented. I took Uber to the Unesco world heritage site Xochicalco ruins. There was no cell service so I had to figure out the buses back. The bus drivers were very helpful and made sure I made the right connections. I plan to go back later this year to dance again and explore other areas. Feel free to contact me if you want to chat.

Posted: February 1, 2024Experienced: January, 2024
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