Explore our existing tours:
Tour 1: Monte Albán
Declared a World Heritage Site, Monte Albán was one of the most important cities in ancient Mesoamerica. During its peak, the city of Monte Albán housed 35,000 people.
Tour 2: Mitla
Mitla is one of the Pre-Columbian sites that represents the Mesoamerican belief that death was the most consequential part of life after birth. It was built as a gateway between the world of the living and the world of the dead.
Tour 3: Hierve el Agua
A set of natural rock formations in the state of Oaxaca that resemble cascades of water. These cascades are created by natural water springs, whose water is over saturated with calcium carbonate and other minerals like barium, iron and silver.
Tour 4: Mezcal Distillery
Spend the day learning about mezcal culture, production, and traditions in Santiago Matatlán, the “World Capital of Mezcal.” Oaxaca is the center of the mezcal world, as about 92% of mezcals are made in Oaxaca.
Tour 5: The Magic Route of Handcrafts
In this tour, we will visit a traditional market and workshops, to learn about the handcrafted products from this region such as black pottery, wooden carvings, textiles made on backstrap looms and fine embroidery made by hand.
Tour 6: Tlacolula Market
Tlacolula market is awash with fantastic food, flowers, handcrafts, plants, dried chilies, seeds and pretty much anything else you can imagine. Many indigenous people from the surrounding villages come to buy and sell at Tlacolula market on Sundays.
Tour 7: Dominican Route
In this tour, we will visit the majestic temples of Santo Domingo Yanhuitlán, San Pedro & San Pablo Teposcolula and San Juan Bautista Coixtlahuaca built by the Dominicans friars in the Mixtec Region at the middle of the XVI Century.
Tour 8: Sierra Norte
San Antonio Cuajimoloyas in the North Sierra is located at the highest altitude, 10498 feet above sea level, with magnificent natural landscapes that make it an ideal place for hiking, mountain biking, or horseback riding while enjoying the stunning views of the mountains.