Leave Oaxaca City and explore the surrounding mountains on mountain bike, hiking and on cultural tours of its many indigenous highland cultures
At altitude the intriguing city of Oaxaca boasts great weather with cooler temperatures at night and warmer temperatures during the day.
The Pueblos Mancomunados are a cluster of eight indigenous villages, set in remote Oaxaca, that specialize in eco-adventures and wildlife.
A traditional, small batch production process allows people to savor the multiple, distinctive flavors of mezcal, emblematic drink of Oaxaca.
Oaxaca is a fascinating mix of ancient and colonial culture, top-class museums, charming inns, colorful markets and delicious Mexican cuisine.
Day trips out of Oaxaca to the many beautifully preserved convents reveal the rich history of Spanish conquest and Catholic rule of the region.
Oaxaca City, aside from being a charming colonial town, offers a rich blend of Mexican and upscale international cuisine for every food lover.
The ruins of Monte Alban, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most culturally and historically significant sites to visit in Mexico