Tour 1 Monte Alban and Coyotepec, Cuilapam de Guerrero & Arrazola

Enjoy a tour to the amazing archeological zone of Monte Alban, the remains of a 1500-year-old empire, declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1987. The journey continues in the village of Coyotepec, famous for its black clay pottery, then on to the majestic Convent of Cuilapam de Guerrero, and finally we head to Arrazola, where beautiful wooden pieces are handcrafted by local artisans.

Monte Alban: Over a huge platform located at 6364 ft above sea level, this zone comprises a rectangular-shaped main square surrounded by palaces, temples, ballcourts and graves. A World Heritage Site

Arrazola: The craftsmen of this village use their creativity to make beautiful copal tree carvings, that they showcase and sell in their own homes, often in form of fantastic animals called alebrijes.

Cuilapam de Guerrero: A majestic Dominican convent complex from the 16th century, with its Open Chapel, the unfinished basilical church and the former convent.

San Bartolo Coyotepec: Its main appeal is the black clay pottery by local artisans who use honing and other techniques to make gorgeous pieces. This tradition dates back to pre-Columbian times. There is a church from the 16th century, a Museum of Ceramics and the State Museum of Popular Art

Tour 2 El Tule Tree, Mitla, Teotitlan del Valle, Hierve el Agua & mezcal

Visit one of the world's natural wonders: the massive Tule Tree, more than 2000 years old, as well as the archaeological zone of Mitla, characterized by its buildings' very diverse decoration and geometric designs that distinguish it from the rest of the country. Also Teotitlan del Valle with its famous wool tapestry, and Hierve el Agua where you will enjoy the stunning petrified waterfalls. Visit to a mezcal distillery.

Santa Maria el Tule is home to a giant cypress known as the Tule tree, high of 131 ft, wide of 170 ft, weighing up to almost 636 tons and roughly 2000 years old

Mitla: its name is nahuatl for "place of the dead" and it used to be a zapotec ceremonial center where the ecclesiastical power lived. The harmony of the buildings and the proportion of the courtyards are enhanced by the extraordinary fretwork on its walls and make it a unique Mesoamerican site.

Teotitlan del Valle has family workshops where they weave wool rugs using natural dyes and with designs going from Zapotec motifs to reproductions of famous works of Tamayo, Miro, Matisse, Toledo, Picasso and others, to custom and modern images.

Hierve el Agua is believed to have been a sacred site for the ancient Zapotec. The fossilized waterfalls, 98 and 39 ft tall respectively, were created by fresh water oversaturated with minerals springing out from the mountain for thousands of years. One of the platforms has several natural pools as well as a large artificial pool.

Matatlan is one of the most important mezcal producers in the state, it's known as the World Capital of Mezcal.

Tour 3 El Tule Tree, Mitla, Teotitlan del Valle, Monte Alban

We visit the millenary Tule Tree, as well as Teotitlan del Valle with its famous wool tapestry, the archaeological zone of Mitla recognized for its unique architecture, and the impressive ruins of Monte Alban, whose temples, ball courts and astronomical observatory will make for an unforgettable visit.

Santa Maria el Tule is home to a giant cypress known as the Tule tree, high of 131 ft, wide of 170 ft, weighing up to almost 636 tons and roughly 2000 years old

Mitla: its name is nahuatl for "place of the dead" and it used to be a zapotec ceremonial center where the ecclesiastical power lived. The harmony of the buildings and the proportion of the courtyards are enhanced by the extraordinary fretwork on its walls and make it a unique Mesoamerican site.

Teotitlan del Valle has family workshops where they weave wool rugs using natural dyes and with designs going from Zapotec motifs to reproductions of famous works of Tamayo, Miro, Matisse, Toledo, Picasso and others, to custom and modern images

Monte Alban: Over a huge platform located at 1940 meters above sea level, this zone comprises a rectangular-shaped main square surrounded by palaces, temples, ballcourts and graves. A World Heritage Site

Tour 4 Monte Alban

The archaeological zone of Monte Alban was an impressive site inhabited by warriors, wise men and astronomers.

Monte Alban: Over a huge platform located at 6364 ft above sea level, this zone comprises a rectangular-shaped main square surrounded by palaces, temples, ballcourts and graves. A World Heritage Site

Tour 5 El Tule Tree, Mitla, Teotitlan del Valle

We will visit the fascinating El Tule Tree, one of the oldest in the world, also the exquisite decoration of Mitla's carved stones, and Teotitlan del Valle where they make artisanal rugs with natural dyes.

Santa Maria el Tule is home to a giant cypress known as the Tule tree, high of 131 ft, wide of 170 ft, weighing up to almost 636 tons and roughly 2000 years old

Mitla: its name is Nahuatl for "place of the dead" and it used to be a zapotec ceremonial center where the ecclesiastical power lived. The harmony of the buildings and the proportion of the courtyards are enhanced by the extraordinary fretwork on its walls and make it a unique Mesoamerican site.

Teotitlan del Valle has family workshops where they weave wool rugs using natural dyes and with designs going from Zapotec motifs to reproductions of famous works of Tamayo, Miro, Matisse, Toledo, Picasso and others, to custom and modern images

Tour 6 Cuilapam, Zaachila & Arrazola

Cuilapam de Guerrero has a majestic 16th century convent with Gothic and Renaissance influence, we will also visit the village of Zaachila with its typical Indian market and Arrazola, where you can admire the alebrijes, wood sculptures of fantastical creatures.

Cuilapam de Guerrero: A majestic Dominican convent complex from the 16th century, with its Open Chapel, the unfinished basilical church and the former convent.

Arrazola: The craftsmen of this village use their creativity to make beautiful copal tree carvings, that they showcase and sell in their own homes, often in form of fantastic animals called alebrijes.

Zaachila has been able to preserve traditions and customs from pre-Columbian times that you can enjoy at the weekly Thursday tianguis, a market where you will also find typical restaurants.

Tour 7 San Bartolo, Santo Tomas Jalieza & Ocotlan de Morelos

In San Bartolo Coyotepec, we will assist to a demonstration of the creation process of the extraordinary black clay pottery. In Santo Tomas Jalieza, you can find belts, bags and clothing made with rudimentary waist looms and in Ocotlan you can explore the market.

San Bartolo Coyotepec: Its main appeal is the black clay pottery by local artisans who use techniques such as honing to make gorgeous pieces. This tradition dates back to pre-Columbian times. There is a church from the 16th century, a Museum of Ceramics and the State Museum of Popular Art

Santo Tomas Jalieza, known as the village of belts for the artistic ornamentation applied in their making. In the city center there is a market where you can find belts, rebozos, huipiles, overcoats, shawls and much more.

Ocotlan de Morelos. The weekly Friday market, called tianguis, has red pottery, cutlery, apaxtles (a sort of Indian pot), rustic kitchenware and a lot more to offer. A Dominican convent from 1555 is now a museum exhibiting the work of Rodolfo Morales, a famous painter born in the village, as well as local handicrafts and art of the 16th and 17 centuries. The mezcal in this village is one of the best you can find in the Oaxacan valleys.

Tour 8 City Tour

Church of Santo Domingo de Guzman: this monumental architectural complex built by the Dominican order is known for its beautiful main altarpiece, an entirely carved ceiling and the Rosary Chapel. This church is a stunning example of Baroque art in Mexico.

The Regional Museum of Oaxaca, located inside the Church of Santo Domingo, showcases Mixtec and Zapotec archaeology, including the treasure of Monte Alban's Tomb 7.

The Tourist Corridor connects the city center with Santo Domingo Church, walking along this pedestrian street you will find various museums, galleries, craft shops, restaurants and more...

Zocalo (Main Square, or Plaza de la Constitucion): the city center is surrounded by portals that have become a gathering place, with music bands and especially marimba bands playing near the cafes or the central kiosk.

20 de Noviembre Market: you can savor Oaxaca's rich gastronomy, also there's typical Oaxacan bread and handicrafts.

Benito Juarez Market: in this more traditional market you can find moles, quesillo, chocolate and chapulines (fried grasshoppers).

Tour 9 Sierra Norte, Abseiling, Bromelia Forest, Mirador, Church of Santo Tomás, Zip-line

Ixtlán de Juárez: one of the best preserved natural areas of Mexico, third richest in wildlife diversity in the country and one of seventeen in the world for its biodiversity. You can explore one of the caves, stroll around the Bromelia Forest and then admire the beautiful landscape from the Mirador de Cuachirindoo. You can try the zip-line and visit the Church of Santo Tomas de Apostol, Ixtlan.

Tour 10 Sierra Norte, Cloud Forest, Mirador, Capulalpam, Herbalist Center, Coyote Cave, Abseiling (2 Day Tour)

Sierra Norte: You can enjoy its natural riches as well as its beautiful landscapes. Through the cloud forest we reach one of the miradores where we can gaze at the surroundings. The Center of Traditional Indigenous Medicine in Capulalpam offers herbal medicine and regional plant-based remedies, and abseil down 328 ft.

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Tours diarios
Monte Albán

Diario/ De 10:00 am. a 1:30 pm /Precio: $280
Daily / From: 10:00 am. To 1:30 pm / Price: 14 USD

Monte Albán/ Cuilapam de Guerrero/ Arrazola/ Coyotepec

Diario/ De 10:00 am. a 6:00 pm/Precio: $400
Daily / From: 10:00 am. -6:00 pm/ Price: 20 USD

Mitla/ Tule/ Teotitlán del Valle

Diario/ De 10:00 am. a 1:30 pm /Precio: $280
Daily / From: 10:00 am to 1:30 pm / Price: 14 USD

Mitla/ Hierve el agua/ Tule / Teotitlán/ Mezcal

Diario/ de 10:00 am – a 6:00 pm /Precio: $400
Daily / From: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm / Price: 20 USD

Coyotepec/ Santo Tomás Jalietza/ Ocotlán

Viernes de 10:00 am a 6:00 pm /Precio: $280
Only on Fridays / From: 10:00 am. to 2:00 pm/ Price: 14 USD

Cuilapam/ Zaachila

Solo jueves/ Duración: 10:00 am. a 1:30 pm /Precio: $280
Only thursdays / From: 10:00 am to 1:30 pm/ Price: 14 USD

Etla/ CASA/ Fabrica de vidrio

Diario/ Duración: 10:00 am. a 1:30 pm /Precio: $280
Daily / From: 10:00 am to 1:30 pm/ Price: 14 USD

Sierra Juárez: Guelatao/ Ixtlán/ Capulalpam

Solo sábado /Duración: 10:00 am a 6:00 pm /Precio: $500
saturdays / From: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm / Price: 25 USD

Ciudad: Santo Domingo/ Museo de las Culturas/ And.Turístico/ Zócalo.

Solo Sábados / 10:00 am. a 1:30 pm /Precio: $400 min. 4 personas
Only saturday / From: 10:00 am. – 1:30 pm /Price $20 USD min 4 people

Ruta de la Mixteca: Coixtlahuaca/ Yanhuitlán/ Teposcolula

10:00 am – 6:00 pm /Precio: $600 min.10 personas
Daily / From: 10:00 amto 6:00 pm 30.00 USD min 10 people

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