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Monte Albán, Arrazola, Cuilapam y San Bartolo Coyotepec.

Monte Albán, Arrazola, Cuilapam y San Bartolo Coyotepec.

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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.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD47.57
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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

Made in Oaxaca Food Tour

Made in Oaxaca Food Tour

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Foodies or anyone who just enjoys a good meal will love this food-focused tour of Puerto Escondido. In a small group you'll be taken to local joints that many travelers miss, for the chance to try real, authentic Oaxacan food and drink. As it's a walking tour you'll be able to go at a slow pace and to really experience the city's atmosphere.
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  • 3 hours 15 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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USD75.00
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USD75.00

Small-Group Half-Day City Art Tour of Oaxaca

Small-Group Half-Day City Art Tour of Oaxaca

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Walk the beautiful city of Oaxaca through its art expression: This tour is a great and fun way to discover the city and history. You will learn all about all mind blowing ancestral techniques used by the artists here in Oaxaca and about the artists themselves. Why is Oaxaca an art capital? Get a deeper insight into the minds and hearts of the local artists. I take you to all those meaningful murals, studios and galleries that you shouldn’t miss out in your stay plus getting to know artists personally you will get a direct feeling of their contagious passion and talent. Seeing the time, effort, detail and soul that goes into the printing and murals will blow your mind and help you reconnect with the natural pace of handmade processes. As part of the experience you will participate in a printing we organize just for you at an artist studio and you will be able to take it home!
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD51.41
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Enjoy a full day in my zapotec village

Enjoy a full day in my zapotec village

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During this tour you will be able to know, learn and taste the gastronomy that this town offers, we will also visit some artisans who day by day They work hard to bring the authentic to visitors. We will see you in the city of Oaxaca at some point of your convenience to after traveling to my community, we will need an hour and 15 minutes to arrive. At lunchtime you will receive typical Zapotec food, fresh food, freshly made tortillas and especially delicious and healthy food. ACTIVITIES Artisan chocolate Handmade shoe factory Typical clothes Learn to make tortillas Traditional and artisanal mezcal distillery
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  • 9 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD92.00
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USD92.00

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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Monte Albán/half day tour

Monte Albán/half day tour

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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.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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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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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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USD30.76
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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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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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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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Earth, Corn & Fire: Tasting the Roots of Oaxacan Cuisine

Earth, Corn & Fire: Tasting the Roots of Oaxacan Cuisine

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On this tour in Oaxaca, we’ll get an edible crash course on the elements that are a bedrock of traditional Oaxacan cooking, as well as on how they are being safeguarded. We’ll go through neighborhood markets and visit home-based restaurants and the stalls of streets vendors, stopping to taste some of Oaxaca’s most iconic dishes and street snacks, from memelas to eggs cooked on the comal. We’ll taste local corn in various forms and see how it’s transformed from kernel to tortilla, in the process learning about the key role it still plays in Oaxacan cuisine and culture. Along the way we’ll meet market vendors who have been holding steady for decades and even visit the gallery of a group of young artists. We’ll end our journey with a meal in a family-run market restaurant, sampling several different types of the city’s most famous creations, mole,a dish that much like Oaxaca’s rich culinary heritage itself, is the result of numerous ingredients being lovingly and carefully mixed together.
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  • 5 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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USD115.00
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Waterfall Hikes History And Zip Lines In San Juan Lachao

Waterfall Hikes History And Zip Lines In San Juan Lachao

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This adventure combines waterfall hikes and a zip line tour through the South Sierra Madre. The tour begins in the village of San Juan Lachao, in the Sierra, where you can buy fresh fruit, walk to a waterfall for a swim, and spot native flora and fauna—including a coffee plantation. Later, you’ll enjoy the thrill of a zip line tour with five sections spanning a total of 2,500 meters.
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  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD102.57
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Healing & Wellness at the Mushroom Forest - 3 Nights

Healing & Wellness at the Mushroom Forest - 3 Nights

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Welcome to the perfect set and setting for connecting with nature and its healing powers. Explore the forest and find the waterfalls and magic stones. Everything that happens here has the power to heal. We will indulge in different healing processes and practices: forest bathing, yoga, meditation, temazcal, bio-dinamic diet, hikes and walks, waterfall cleansing, and, pure simple contemplation. Find peace of mind in this time and space. The cabins are built with natural materials.The food comes from the ecological land. Wood from the forest for the chimney fire inside your cabin. As the weather changes 9 times a day, the sun, the moon, the stars come a little closer. This is the place where dreams and fairytales come to life. Cabins are located in a paradisiac land, overlooking the mountains and often above the clouds. The perfect place to heal and connect with yourself and nature.
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  • 4 days
  • Free Cancellation
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USD725.01
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USD725.01

Mexico Magico Food Tour

Mexico Magico Food Tour

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Have an memorable afternoon walking into Mexican cuisine, from the small local “secret” spots and family business, to famous 5-star restaurants. You will finish as an expert in tacos, salsas, cheese, chocolate, people and of course, in Mexico. This tour takes you through both the “old” and the “new” part of Puerto, so it’s a great combo for a nice walk, delicious and unforgettable dishes. Come Hungry!
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD75.00
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USD75.00

Excursion to the Hot Springs

Excursion to the Hot Springs

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You will enjoy 6 pools of hot springs embedded in the mountains of the Sierra. Relaxation in contact with nature and the sound of the river. Delight your view of the spectacular landscape of the river and vegetation. Enjoy peace of mind and help relax your musculoskeletal system, purify toxins and eliminate joint pain. Forget about stress and everyday life enjoying a moment of total relaxation and harmony with your interior.
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  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD70.00
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Huatulco Town Tour with Certified Guide

Huatulco Town Tour with Certified Guide

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You will enjoy the best tour visiting the main viewpoints of the destination, where you will contemplate the landscape of the beaches and take photos to remember in the letters of "Huatulco"; You will walk through the streets of the town to enter the main church and observe the virgin depicted on the ceiling; We will taste mezcals, mezcal creams, chocolate and mole in a local; We will observe and listen to the explanation of the elaboration of the typical clothes of the region and finally you will have the opportunity to shop.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD28.00
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Ultimate Hierve el Agua Hike + Textile Art

Ultimate Hierve el Agua Hike + Textile Art

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La caminata de 5 km es por Terracería, principalmente cuesta abajo (70%). Recomendamos altamente usar tu calzado favorito para hacer Senderismo, pero los tenis deportivos también funcionan. No recomendamos el uso de sandalias. Cuando lleguemos a este oasis con cascada, nuestro transporte nos estará esperando con bebidas refrescantes. Tendrás la oportunidad de nadar en este lugar, que se sentirá increíblemente fresco bajo el sol oaxaqueño. Después, nos dirigiremos hacia Teotitlán del Valle, una comunidad zapoteca mundialmente reconocida por la producción de coloridos textiles de lana hecho por familias locales. Visitaremos la casa de Josefina para vivir una auténtica experiencia artística y cultural que será difícil de olvidar. La comida tradicional se servirá en su casa junto a los telares.
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  • 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD149.09
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San José del Pacifico: between clouds & Mountains

San José del Pacifico: between clouds & Mountains

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Combine the stay in Bahías de Huatulco with a coexistence in the mountains among clouds and spectacular landscapes. We will visit a community full of magic at an altitude of 2,600 meters above sea level, a town full of traditions surrounded by ancient trees, clouds and a cool climate; characterized by hallucinogenic mushrooms. We will enjoy a walk among flowers and trees in the area, we will live the experience of a pre-Hispanic temazcal to purify the soul and have an encounter with oneself. We will enjoy the local food and drink, the kindness of the people and the healthy coexistence with nature, a unique and unforgettable experience.
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  • 13 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD110.00
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Street Art Walk

Street Art Walk

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Oaxaca is a magical city. The skies are deep blue in the heart of the valley. Women in embroidered huipiles, colourful houses, flowers on the trees, parades and local people garnish the streets. And then there's the street art. We will be walking around 3 neighbourhoods of the city visiting interesting spots, art workshops, and of course... street art. They are everywhere: big murals, stencils, posters. Oaxacan Artists are abundant and very talented. Its like visiting an outdoor museum. During the experience we will have time to visit some interesting galleries and artists.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD38.56
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The Best of Oaxaca Walking Tour & Mezcal Tasting

The Best of Oaxaca Walking Tour & Mezcal Tasting

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Discover the best of Oaxaca! Gaze at the one of the most beautiful spots located on the heart of the Istmo Mexican Region. Enjoy the cultural and iconic attractions of interest. Oaxaca is full of joy, colors and fun. It has so many great locations, each with its own fascinating tale. You will see the most important Oaxaca’s sights: the Santo Domingo Cathedral, City Museum of Cultures, Maco Museum, Alameda Park and Benito Juárez Market. Discover the local and authentic side of the famous city, world-known by the Mezcal spiritual drink and Alebrijes fancy art. * Discover the secrets of the trendy city of Oaxaca. * Interact with Oaxaca’s artistic side while visiting city museums. * Gaze with the art collections and crafts, which include the aphrodisiac Mezcal.
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  • 3 hours
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USD150.00
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Real Mexico Millennial History In Towns And Traditions Of Colotepec

Real Mexico Millennial History In Towns And Traditions Of Colotepec

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Add a day trip to your Puerto Escondido itinerary by booking a leisurely tour through the countryside. After visits to peanut, papaya, and hibiscus plantations, your guide brings you to rural locations that many visitors never have the chance to see. Taste homemade regional cuisine as you learn about local history and customs, and cap the tour with a refreshing swim in the Colotepec River. For your convenience, hotel transport is included.
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  • 6 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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USD82.06
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Guided Hiking in Pueblos Mancomunados on Sierra Norte
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Guided Hiking in Pueblos Mancomunados on Sierra Norte

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In this adventure we delight ourselves all the time with the landscapes of mountains, clouds, pine trees and the picturesque towns of the Sierra Norte. Once we explore the town, the history, the culture, context, etc. we enter the magnificent forest that embraces the community. It is a stunning trail full of flowers, magueys, corn, pines, oaks and beautiful mountainscapes. This villages are so interesting and quite. You will appreciate the rural life of the state, the habits and customs. During the adventure you will have time for a picnic, meditation or other activities. At the end of the walk an amazing hanging bridge at the top of the mountain is waiting for you with one of the most beautiful landscapes. We will be back to the city at 6 PM.
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  • 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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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"..."
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Authentic Oaxaca Street Food Tour by locals
"Tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and friendly! Got to try lots of different foods and drinks at two markers. The tour was the highlight of our trip to Oaxaca."..."
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Made in Oaxaca Food Tour
"Loved the tour. One of the best we’ve taken. Guide is so nice and knowledgeable. Food you can’t find on your own at traditional family businesses. Would definitely do again. We’ll done!"..."
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Small-Group Half-Day City Art Tour of Oaxaca
"Margo is knowledgable and personable, a winning combination for a tour operator. The tour began with a visit to the print workshop of Abraham Torres, which opened my eyes to the intricacies of printing, and gave me an understanding of how widespread it is in Oaxaca. We walked and learnt the background of many of the works of street art - very interesting , and finished with a delicious surprise visit to Chimalapa Cacoa. I’d suggest that you bring a good snack if you think you may get hungry. Although we stopped at two places, the main offerings were drinks and sweets. My honey and I recommend the trilingual Margo and Vamos O Qué?!"..."
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Enjoy a full day in my zapotec village
"Cesar picked us up at our hotel and drove us out to his community where he explained his culture and Zapotec way of life in a modern Mexico. This is not a mass-marketed, corporate brochure experience. Instead, we were introduced to Cesar's family, the women's co-op where shoes are made, a lady who sells and makes dresses for the community, and passersby in the community who at times joined us to see spectacular museum-worthy artifacts like an organ from the 1700s. This experience was like hanging out with a good friend at his house where we could talk and ask questions over freshly made food and drinks. When I expressed my interest in mezcal, Cesar took us out in his tuk-tuk to their land where his family grows, harvests, and distills artisanal mezcal. The ability to walk in the dirt fields next to years-old agave plants was truly special. Each time we thought we had had the greatest experience, Cesar would take us to see one more thing. We were so delighted at the end of our day to be gifted the chocolate we had made from roasting cacao beans, cracking them from their shells, grinding them on a metate and tasting all along to see how the flavors developed. The day with Cesar was the highlight of our trip to Oaxaca."..."
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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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Monte Albán/half day tour
"The clapping and acoustic was so interesting. Antonio was great - so knowledgeable and respectful of the past."..."
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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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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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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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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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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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Earth, Corn & Fire: Tasting the Roots of Oaxacan Cuisine
"Was the only one on the tour but still had a great time learning so much about the culture and origins of food! Definitely more immersive than a simple food tour- you learn about the history as well. My guide was awesome- really enjoyed spending the day with her !"..."
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Mexico Magico Food Tour
"We had an excellent afternoon with Alex!! This tour is well worth it if you want to see true Mexican food"..."
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Excursion to the Hot Springs
"Saul was a great guide, very knowledgeable, and speaks perfect English. The hot springs are situated on a scenic river, so you get a great view while you soak in the hot springs!"..."
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Huatulco Town Tour with Certified Guide
"This was a nice tour of some highlights of Huatulco and Edwardo dropped us off at a nice restaurant for dinner."..."
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