Join us on this guided group tour to the heart of Mexico’s Day of the Dead celebrations in Oaxaca for a unique and authentic Mexican experience. Discover all there is to know about this Mexican holiday. Immerse yourself in the celebration of Day of the Dead in Oaxaca as its communities prepare to joyfully invite their loved onesʼ spirits back to earth with stunning displays and celebrations. Youʼll be captivated by colorful altars, bustling local markets, and vibrant festivities as you gain an intimate understanding of this unique celebration that honors and celebrates passed loved ones.
AS OF JULY 6, 4 SPOTS LEFT
Ofrenda and Altar Exhibitions
Visit various exhibits, festival displays, and cemeteries to understand the significance of Day of the Dead elements such as the cempasuchil flower and the colors and objects that adorn the altars.
Tour this Colonial UNESCO World Heritage city, with its cobbled streets and colonial structures and churches.
Monte Albán and Mitla Archaeological Sites
Visit these sacred ceremonial sites and explore ancient tombs.
Traditional Food and Drinks
Experience the art of mezcal production and savor authentic “Pan de Muerto,” Bread of the Dead, a special treat prepared only during the Día de los Muertos season.
Visit some of Oaxacaʼs indigenous towns where they continue centuries-old traditions of handicrafts. Towns may include Teotitlán del Valle, San Martín Tilcajete, San Bartolo Coyotepec, and Santo Tomás Jalieza.
Join families as they honor their loved ones graveside