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John Collins GTO guide

John Collins is originally from Boulder Colorado, but moved to Guanajuato Mexico 12 years ago. He studied in the University of Guanajuato and then spent the last 5 years living and traveling in other parts of Mexico and Central America including Puebla, Oaxaca, and Mexico City—three great places for food!

He has worked as a tour guide, translator, and English as a second language teacher. He is able to run the street food tours in his native English or in Spanish.  He has now moved back to Guanajuato and is excited to be showing off the city and its cuisine.  He is eager to share the knowledge he has obtaine
d with you on our tour of the city and street food.  For questions contact him directly at jnc1012003 ( at )


Dante Rodriguez Zavala was bDanteorn in Guanajuato, studied tourism at the University of Guanajuato and Business in Caen, France. He does a little of everything: managing a hostel, tourism consulting, mobile tech, juggling, and of course, great food tours. He is fluent in English, French and Spanish.

Dante is an enthusiastic promoter of his city and he will be pleased to show you all the flavors of the traditional Guanajuato street food spiced with history and fun facts. You can contact Dante directly in his email:





Tim LeffelFounder Tim Leffel has lived in Guanajuato off and on for several years with his family and owns a home here. He has done his best to sample the whole spectrum of street food (apart from a few stomach-churning options that only appeal to locals).

He has been a travel writer for more than two decades, winning lots of awards for his articles dispatched from around the world. He freelances a bit for magazines, but most of his income is from his own projects, like the webzine Perceptive Travel and his Cheapest Destinations Blog.

He is the author of several books including The World’s Cheapest Destinations (now in its 4th edition), Make Your Travel Dollars Worth a Fortune, and Traveler’s Tool Kit: Mexico and Central America.

You can see more about his work on his Contently portfolio or at You can also follow him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or LinkedIn.

To submit questions about the tour by e-mail, send to tim (at )