DiA de los muertos

Oaxaca, Mexico

Oct 29-Nov 3rd 2016

$2,100 with transportation from LAX included ($1,000 deposit to reserve)

Reserve your spot!

Celebrate the culture of Oaxaca by visiting Mexico's cultural center for one of the most important celebrations of the year: Day of the Dead.

We will romp (respectfully!) through decorated graveyards, bear witness and dance alongside the parades of "dead", drink plenty of Mezcal while pouring some out for our Oaxacan homies. The parade isn’t the only attraction, of course.

Throughout the trip, we’ll visit small towns whose inhabitants create artisanal rugs and pottery. We’ll tour the ancient ruins of Monte Alban. And best of all, we’ll visit the town where Mezcal comes from, and maybe, just maybe, sample those wares, too.

Price includes:

  • Roundtrip airfare from LAX to Oaxaca (We can accommodate other cities, please contact us for the rate)

  • Transportation to and from airport

  • 5 night stay in our charming 130 year old hacienda in the historic center of Oaxaca

  • Day of the dead parade and cemetery festivities 

  • Mezcal tour and tastings

  • Artisan rug making tour 

  • Visit to the ancient ruins of Monte Alban

  • Personal translator

* All rooms are double occupancy unless single occupancy is requested at an additional fee

Not included:

  • Most lunches and dinners (typically it's about $10-20 with drinks)
  • Alcohol


What we do!

Photo by Nicholas Roberts

Photo by Nicholas Roberts


Explore 2,500 year old ruins

Climb the ruins of the ancient Zapotec cultural center and see the court where they played to the DEATH! 


Take a bite! 

Al pastor street tacos for that pre-celebration stomach base


The ruins of Monte Albán built 500 B.C. 


Dia De Los Muertos

Immerse yourself in the culture of the Day of the Dead, where people celebrate and remember the lives of their loved ones. 

Dia De Los Muertos Parade


Local rug making excursion 

Travel to a small village to learn how generations have worked to perfect their craft.

Ingredients used for rug making by local women of Oaxaca


Taste locally distilled mezcal

See the how organic mezcal is distilled and then taste it for quality…and taste again. 

You want more, huh?

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