DiA de los muertos
Oct 29-Nov 3, 2019
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 extra in honor of any loved ones we are missing. 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.
Roundtrip flights (from most major U.S. cities)
Transportation to and from airport
5 night stay in our charming boutique hotel in the historic center of Oaxaca
Day of the dead parade, live music and cemetery festivities
Mezcal tour and tastings
Artisan rug making tour
Food market tour and cooking demonstration with Oaxacan chef (and a drink or two)
Visit to the ancient ruins of Monte Alban and Mitla
* All rooms are double occupancy unless single occupancy is requested at an additional fee
Flash sale price does NOT include flights
Most lunches and dinners (typically it's about $10-20 with drinks), alcoholic beverages
Tips for our on-the-ground team
Travel insurance - we’ve partnered with Wanderwell for all your travel insurance needs. At least one percent of your insurance purchase price will be given to TreePeople, a 1% for the Planet nonprofit verified to be making a positive environmental impact,
What we do!
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. We don’t stop at tacos. Oaxaca is a foodie’s paradise with recipes rich in tradition and taste! From tacos, to traditional, to that perfect fusion of new and old…we’ll try it all.
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.
Local rug making excursion
Travel to a small village to learn how generations have worked to perfect their craft.
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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