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If you prefer to see art in bustling streets rather than stuffy museums, you'll love Oaxaca and this half-day bike tour. In a small, intimate group you'll cycle around three city neighborhoods where you'll see colorful murals, posters, and stencil art by local artists. Visit workshops and learn about Oaxacan culture while seeing the sights and getting some exercise.
Beautiful view of the sunrise between the mountains and valleys of the Sierra Madre del Sur. We will observe seasonal fruits and crops plantations such as: peanuts, papaya, sesame seeds, watermelon, melon, mamey plantations. We will also be crossing through different local towns, La Nopalera, El Malucano, Totolapan, El Camarón, Los Bargas and El Banco, and el Quequeztle. A delicious traditional Mexican meal will be served at el Quequeztle with fresh fruit water.
This will be a beautiful and safe bike ride to see the massive and ancient "El Tule" tree, which is famous for being the widest tree in the world. The road we'll take is mainly used by locals so you'll get to see more about authentic Oaxaca and the outskirts of the city. El Tule tree is located inside a gated churchyard in the picturesque town of Santa Maria del Tule. It is the widest tree in the world. It's 40 meters in height, 58 meters in circumference, and about 2,000 years old. The Baroque-style church is called Templo de Santa María de la Asunción and dates from the 18th century.
The bikes are well maintained. You will enjoy your experience with us. we have a lot of bikes that you can choose! How to choose a good bike? We have Comfort Bikes for those who want to enjoy the experience. Mountain Bikes for off road... Gravel Bikes for long distance!
This Tour is very interesting and makes it unique in all of Puerto Escondido because we are the only ones who do this kind of activities, we also tell you the history of the real Mexico and introduce you to the local community
Discover the pyramids of Oaxaca in Monte Alban, meaning ‘White Mountain,’ located on a vast mountaintop expanse with spectacular 360-degree views of Oaxaca Valley. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with Oaxaca City, the pre-Columbian archaeological site is considered the most magnificent of the region’s ancient ruins. On this guided tour by coach from Oaxaca, explore the complex filled with pyramids, ceremonial rock carvings, a huge ball court and 170 excavated tombs. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Receive personalized attention on this private full-day tour of Hierve el Agua and Teotitlan del Valle. After being met at your hotel you'll be taken to Hierve el Agua to enjoy three hours of hiking, swimming, and admiring the views of the petrified waterfalls. After, enjoy a mezcal pick-me-up at a distillery, then head to the markets of Teotitlan del Valle, where you can learn about (and buy) traditional handicrafts.
Discover one of Oaxaca’s natural minerales, the gigantie tree of el Tule which is over 2000 years olg, we Will procee to Teotitlan del Valle where you can admire the wool carpets; we continue to the ceremonial center of Mitla, outstandingly beautiful for ist magnificent fretwork made of countless polish stones, our journey continues to hierve el agua, where you wil have the opportunity to admire the beautiful petrified wather falls: our last stop is a mezcal destilley.The archaeological zone of Mitla is only visited from Wednesday to Sunday.
Montealban is one of the places you have to visit if you come to Oaxaca. With more than 2,000 years of history, Montealban is unique. In addition, you can visit the alebrijes and black clay workshops, recognized crafts of the Oaxaca Valley. You can also enjoy the architectural beauty of the former Cuilapam convent. Note: Due to the health emergency (COVID) Monte Albán has limited access by people. So, to secure entry, it is sometimes necessary to arrive earlier than the departure time indicates. Please keep an eye out for pickup time updates.
Try and taste the true traditional food of Oaxaca, not in restaurants! The food of Oaxaca is recognized nationally and internationally. The markets of Oaxaca are the most popular places to taste traditional Oaxacan cuisine. Explore the flavors and smells of Oaxacan cuisine from the most traditional places.
Monte Albán is an archaeological site in Oaxaca and this half-day guided tour is the perfect way to learn more about its history, the ruins and the first inhabitants. Close the travel guide and enjoy a guided adventure with commentary throughout the tour. To save time, the tour travels between sights in an air-conditioned vehicle, so you can cover much more ground than on a walking tour.
The ancient Zapotec city and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Monte Alban sits about 9 miles (6 kilometers) west of Oaxaca. With this tour, explore the hilltop archaeological site with a guide and enjoy views overlooking the Oaxaca Valley. That leaves enough time to visit the artisan towns of Arrazola, Cuilapam de Guerrero, and San Bartolo Coyotepec. Plus, round-trip transportation from your hotel in downtown Oaxaca is included.
Foodies know that every meal is precious when traveling, so don't risk wasting time on a bad meal. You'll walk and eat your way around Oaxaca on this 4.5-hour tour. Sample over twenty different local dishes at the markets and street food stalls. Learn about Oaxacan culture through its food, and get a close-up look at a side of the city many travelers miss.
From the mountaintop pyramids of Monte Alban to the Cuilapam Convent on the valley floor, learn all about the rich history of Oaxaca Valley on this guided full-day trip by coach. Discover the Zapotec pyramids and excavated ruins of UNESCO-listed Monte Alban, admire the mystical woodcarvings of San Antonio Arrazola and meet resident artisans in San Bartolo Coyotepec, a town known for its beautiful black pottery. Hotel pickup and drop-off from Oaxaca included.
Discover the tastes and textures of Oaxaca during a cooking workshop right in the heart of the city. Join a small group and visit a local market to gather ingredients for your class. There's no set menu, so the group can select which traditional dishes to make. Learn about the origins of each dish and several techniques during your hands-on class. Your tour end with the delicious meal that you've created.
What people are saying about Mountain Bike Tours in Oaxaca
Street Art Bike Ride"This was an awesome way to not only see Oaxaca, but to understand some of its history, culture, and social dynamics. The guide, Jesse, was amazing. We learned a lot about the city, it’s neighborhoods, and great spots to revisit. This is not to be missed."..."
Mountain Bike Trip with Local Mexican Food in Puerto Escondido"Due to schedule constraints, I could only have a Spanish speaking guide for my biking tour. I really wanted to go biking, so I agreed even though I speak only a little Spanish, but understand it quite a bit. I was not disappointed. Samuel was my guide, and he was great despite the language barrier. He was friendly, patient, and energetic, and tried to meet me halfway with my limited Spanish. The tour itself was amazing. We biked through small towns and farmlands, which was a nice change of scenery from the beaches of Puerto Escondido. The ladies at the breakfast place were so lovely. It was a very humble, unassuming abode where they made us sopes in their outdoor kitchen. I highly recommend the biking tour with Eco Adventures! They will take good care of you, and you get to see a very tranquil side of Puerto Escondido."..."
Biking to The Ancient Tree of El Tule"Great time! Cannot say enough good things. The ride was nice (level off street path) safe and well planned. I honestly didnt know what to expect, but it was an amazing trip to the outskirts of town. I was worried the bikes would be old and beat up, but no. The bikes were new and in great shape. We all had a good time. It was an easy ride that anyone can do."..."
Hierve el Agua, Mezcal Tasting, and Teotitlan del Valle Tour (Private Tour)"Our driver Miguel was fantastic! Excellent driver, saw what we wanted to see and connected us with nice people at the sites we visited. We booked a private tour for three - money well spent. Comfortable, air-conditioned, new van. Highly recommended."..."
Hierve el Agua, Teotitlán del Valle, mezcal, el tule, desde Oaxaca"Moises was my tour guide and Ramiro was my driver. They made the experience seamless and enjoyable. Every place that we stopped, I learned a bit more history about the area and the people."..."
Montealban tour, plus craft workshops in the Ocotlan Valley"Tour and guide was superb. His background in archeology enhanced our experience. His knowledge and explanations were not notch. Don Rosalio Felix treated my family and myself with courtesy and a deep regard for someone seeking knowledge beyond cursory and superficial facts about the people, place and events at Monte Alban. Without reservation I recommend the operator of this tour. On a closing note, Mr. Felix even accommodated our need for cool refreshments on what was a hot and very sunny August day. Truly a scholar and a gentleman."..."
Authentic Oaxaca Street Food Tour by locals"Elizabeth was a fantastic guide!! She was very knowledgeable about the area and provided our group very interesting facts, tidbits and stories. She paced the tour very well while accommodating our requests. I would definitely recommend Elizabeth as a food tour guide!"..."
Full-Day Monte Alban Archaeological Site and Oaxaca Artisan Experience"The site was amazing and our guide was very knowledgeable. It involved a lot of walking and the scenery from the Monte Albán site was amazing"..."
AUTHENTIC OAXACA FOOD TOUR, eat like a local."Betsaida was an amazing tour guide. She gave us history, personal recommendations, and a light humorously voice that made the tour very appealing! A bonus was the tote bag!"..."
Monte Albán, Arrazola, Cuilapam y San Bartolo Coyotepec."Our tour guide Gabriel, he was amazing!! Very acknowledged and patient with us The tour is very well put together We were able to see great places and at the same time do some shopping"..."
Flavors of Oaxaca: Cooking Class with No Set Menu and Local Market Tour"Great class. Knowledgeable instructor. We made many traditional Oaxaca foods. Highly recommended. Not rushed and no preset menu."..."
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