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Hierve el Agua, Mezcal Tasting, and Teotitlan del Valle Tour (Private Tour)

Hierve el Agua, Mezcal Tasting, and Teotitlan del Valle Tour (Private Tour)

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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.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD299.00
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USD299.00
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Authentic Oaxaca Street Food Tour by locals

Authentic Oaxaca Street Food Tour by locals

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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.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD45.00
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USD45.00

2-Hour Surf Lesson in the Waves of Puerto Escondido

2-Hour Surf Lesson in the Waves of Puerto Escondido

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If you visit Puerto Escondido without surfing, you haven’t really been here. We offer you everything you need in order to surf the amazing waves of the most iconic surf town in Mexico. We offer the option of adding both GoPro footage to your lesson, so you can capture the experience fully. Prices for adding GoPro footage to your class is $250 MXN. We adapt the lesson to your level, ensuring that you are always comfortable in the water and have the best time. If the waves are too big in la Punta, we will take you to Carrizalillo, a more tranquil beach. In case the waves are too small in la Punta, we will take you to another beach 15 minutes outside of Puerto. The most important thing is that you feel comfortable in the water and have fun.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD40.50
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USD40.50

Surf Classes in Puerto Escondido

Surf Classes in Puerto Escondido

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Discover the exciting world of surfing with a private lesson in Puerto Escondido. Join your private instructor and learn the basics of surfing, from ocean etiquette to techniques. Then, take to the water to try and catch your first wave. For intermediate and advanced surfers, your instructor helps you to improve your technique.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD57.00
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USD57.00

AUTHENTIC OAXACA FOOD TOUR, eat like a local.

AUTHENTIC OAXACA FOOD TOUR, eat like a local.

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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.
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  • 4 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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USD71.00
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USD71.00

Private and secure transfer from the airport to the hotel in Oaxaca

Private and secure transfer from the airport to the hotel in Oaxaca

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Get your trip to Oaxaca off to a good start and pre-book a private transfer service. Meet the driver at Oaxaca International Airport (OAX) after collecting your luggage and proceed to your vehicle. Next, enjoy a quick transfer to your Oaxaca accommodation, without the hassle of making multiple stops.
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  • 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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USD39.00
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Hierve el Agua, Teotitlán del Valle, mezcal, el tule, desde Oaxaca

Hierve el Agua, Teotitlán del Valle, mezcal, el tule, desde Oaxaca

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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.
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  • 11 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD47.57
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Oaxaca Cooking Class

Oaxaca Cooking Class

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Learn how to create Oaxacan cuisine at a world-class restaurant in Oaxaca raved about in the ‘New York Times’ and ‘Bon Appétit.’ During this 3.5-hour cooking class led by an expert chef-instructor, your small group, limited to just 10 cooking enthusiasts, decides which dishes are on the menu. After picking up the necessary ingredients, all fresh, from a local market, prepare your dishes back in the kitchen. Whether it’s tortillas, salsas, soup, mole, or dessert, take home exciting recipes knowing you’ll be able to easily recreate the flavors of Oaxaca.
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  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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USD116.03
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Montealban tour, plus craft workshops in the Ocotlan Valley

Montealban tour, plus craft workshops in the Ocotlan Valley

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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.
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD30.00
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Flavors of Oaxaca: Cooking Class with No Set Menu and Local Market Tour

Flavors of Oaxaca: Cooking Class with No Set Menu and Local Market Tour

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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.
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  • 4 hours 30 minutes
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USD76.93
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Full-Day El Tule, Mitla & Hierve el Agua Tour from Oaxaca

Full-Day El Tule, Mitla & Hierve el Agua Tour from Oaxaca

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Visit Mitla, Tule, and Hierve del Agua in a single day on this multi-stop tour from Oaxaca. With round-trip transportation provided, it’s easy to move between the different sites and there’s no need to rent a car. Learn about the Zapotec people at the Mitla archaeological site, see a 2000-year-old tree at Tule, and swim in the natural pools at Hiever del Agua. Get the most out of your visit to the region through guided commentary on the local people, culture, and history.
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  • 9 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD49.99
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Full-Day Monte Alban Archaeological Site and Oaxaca Artisan Experience

Full-Day Monte Alban Archaeological Site and Oaxaca Artisan Experience

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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.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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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."..."
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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!"..."
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2-Hour Surf Lesson in the Waves of Puerto Escondido
"Our instructor was great! My partner and I have never surfed and we were both able to get up on the board multiple times! Appreciated the positivity and encouragement. Be sure to bring water for afterwards. Our instructor was kind enough to let us store our belongings in his vehicle as well."..."
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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!"..."
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Private and secure transfer from the airport to the hotel in Oaxaca
"We had so many flight delays but our ride was there waiting! Thank goodness! We had a safe and comfortable"..."
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Hierve el Agua, Teotitlán del Valle, mezcal, el tule, desde Oaxaca
"The Zapotec village weavers were outstanding. Mitla was a wonder. Great tour, and wonderful guide. We had been to Hueve el Agua before but it is still impressive."..."
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Oaxaca Cooking Class
"This is great for the food lover, and the rest of us. One of us is a food nerd, the other not. We both had a fantastic day. Was incredibly enjoyable."..."
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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."..."
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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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Full-Day El Tule, Mitla & Hierve el Agua Tour from Oaxaca
"Wow! This was an amazing Tour!! Mitla is a famous archeological site in Oaxaca and it is well-worth visiting! This tour combines good tour sites and an overall Oaxaxan feel! Highly recommend it!"..."
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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"..."
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