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Great experience. Best way to familiarize yourself with the area first...
, Oct 2019
It was just Rudy and the two of us and he was nothing short of amazing. As a local he had a tremendous amount of pride in his town and was excited to share that with us. Extremely personable and took the extra effort to ensure we saw the most important sites , advice on shopping and restaurants and a bit of information on the history of the area. Highly recommended. Ask if Rudy is available.
Explore Huatulco on a half-day tour that includes a mezcal tasting and visit to Bocana Beach. Take in the views from several overlooks around Huatulco, see the picturesque church in La Crucecita, and stop into a mezcal shop for a sample of their wares. You’ll also have time to stroll around the plaza and browse the handicraft vendors before drop-off at your hotel.
Immerse yourself in traditional Oaxacan culture and customs during an explorative afternoon in Huatulco. On this 3-hour Huatulco city tour, discover legendary sights and astounding architecture with an informative guide. The ambient La Crucecita square and the sacred Church of the Virgin of Guadalupe are two of the cultural highlights you can expect to see. Visit an authentic shop to taste local delicacies then drop into a weaver’s workshop to purchase artisan souvenirs and bespoke creations.
On this tour, visit three Huatulco area towns in one day to get a taste of local culture in the region. Travel from sea level up to 4,400 feet (1,341 meters), noticing changes in the landscape as you go. Stop to visit a globally-ranked coffee farm complete with tastings and gorgeous vista points along the way.
superb city tour with the excellent tour guide Carla
, Nov 2019
This my second visit to Huatulco and first tour. The whole package with little shopping and Mezcal
tasting plus the city tour was the the best! The best part is Carla who speak good English and so knowledgeable. Also very kind and amazing tour guide.
● Trying authentic cuisine in the town plaza
● Enjoying the coastline like a local
● Visiting the region’s most important historical areas
● Securing souvenirs for your loved ones
● Capturing amazing photographs of beautiful nature
The tour of La Crucecita and Tangolunda was good, it was interesting to see the area, but it wasn't really what I was expecting from the advertisement. We didn't really learn much about tacos, we just went to two different stores (not 3, as advertised) at the end of the tour and ate a couple of tacos at each place. They were nice, but, like I said, it wasn't really as advertised, it was more of a tour of the area with a couple of tacos at the end.
● Learning more about authentic Mexican cuisine
● Exploring the culinary side of the city
● Interacting with the local people and culture
● Enjoying tasty tacos, coffee, and chocolate!
● Fun for the whole family
Spend the afternoon at a pleasant pace, visiting first artisan weavers of Oaxaca. Admire their skill and buy a keepsake at the place it was created, if you wish. A mezcal lesson and sampling is next on the tour. From there, continue to the La Crucecita Church, then discover the many delights at the bustling marketplace of Huatulco. Finish the day at a stunning viewpoint before returning home.
● Giving you the authentic local experience
● Experiencing the economy and culture from a different angle
● Finding authentic cuisine and dishes
● Getting amazing souvenirs for family and friends
● Family-friendly experience that everyone will love
● Learning more about the Mexican civilizations from centuries ago
● Enjoying yourself in a relaxed and fun atmosphere
● Mingling with locals and discover how they celebrate this holiday
● Enjoying authentic Mexican cuisine all day
● Discovering the true meaning of Day of the Dead and become more
Hotel pick-up is at 9:00 am; walk in in La Crucecita to check out the fresh produce from street vendors, fish shop and butchers, then we'll stop at an eatery for breakfast where local authentic food is cooked over wood, tortillas are freshly made and if you want to give a try of making one is totally cool, we can also help make a salsa there; then we’ll go off to Pochutla (about 50 minutes) to visit the market, here we walk the adjacent streets to the mercado where vendors from all over the small villages come to sell their products, we can also sample some food here and buy some very cool and useful handcrafted cooking utensils.
Then we’ll drive back to Santa Maria to visit the mezcal factory to learn and hopefully experience the process of making this amazing spirit; we'll finish with a late lunch at a place to choose.
• To admire different diverse sea fauna
• Opportunity to snorkel surrounded by coral reefs
• Enjoying the pacific crystal waters
• Chance to visit one of the best places to snorkel in the area
• To experience a fun water adventure by land
Venture away from the resort areas and into the heart of the Mexican villages of Huatulco. Learn how indigenous people used plants for medicinal purposes in Piedra de Moros, visit a nopal cactus farm, and take a workshop about how to build with adobe. Enjoy a traditional Mexican lunch before the journey home.
Alberto was the best tour guide you could ask for. He is very intelligent and a great ambassador for his home. He was patient, answered all questions and was very accommodating to his clients. He is licensed and very professional yet personable. We had a great day!
An introduction tour to the area give you a general idea of the lay out of our town identifing important spots in our destination, excellent view points for nice pictures and time in our main square, where besides checking on the church we will visit a looms shop where you can buy from a little napkin to a big table cloth obviously made by hand, part of the tour is to give you a sampling of the different flavors of Oaxaca like: mole, chocolate, strig cheesse, salsas, grasshoppers and specially a huge range of mezcal flavors and cualities.
Guaranteed, after the tour you become perfectly acquainted to our spot, to be latter able of moving on your own recommended at the biginng of your staying.
Explore Oaxaca’s beautiful Sierra region. A little over an hour is all it takes to transport you to this paradise. Upon arrival to Llano Grande waterfalls you will have a chance to swim in the invigorating waters and demonstrate your "Tarzan" skills swinging over the falls and into the crystal clear water, this tour involves some explanation of the coffee-growing process, option to buy it, as well as ecces to local organic products and hand crafts. Afterwards, you will join the family for a typical lunch. Includes: A/C Van, english speaking professional guides, entrance fee to the waterfalls, lunch at the coffee plantation, drinks aboard vehicle.
Private City Sightseeing & Shopping Tour with Mezcal Tasting
From $130.00 per group
Great time for all!
, Nov 2019
We had a group of 8 and each of us loved this tour. Our guide Oscar and driver Herminio (?) were fantastic, fun, knowledgeable and helpful. We were able to adjust our tour to our wants and also took their advise on some things we did not know about. Mezcal tasting with Alex was great, cathedral beautiful and photo stops/stories were very interesting. Thanks for a great time!
Explore Huatulco with a dedicated guide on this half-day private tour. You’ll enjoy personalized attention and a flexible schedule, as well as all included transportation, as you take in the sights at your own pace. Check out La Bocana Beach, where the river meets the ocean, as well as a local mezcal factory for a tasting and some of the downtown shops to browse for souvenirs.
You learn something more about the ancient history of Huatulco, you are going to find between the vegetation, fauna and flora the Area Archaeological Copalita is considered to be the largest city in the Oaxaca Coast and of great relevance as is the only vestige in the whole Pacific Ocean and was the first occupation of this precolonial settlement dating back to the middle preclassical period.
Explore the Copalita Eco-Archaeological Park at your own pace with a transfer service from your Huatulco hotel. The archaeological site dates back more than 2,000 years and was only discovered recently. Learn about the ancient Zapotec culture and enjoy the lush plant life of the site during your half-day excursion.
● Seeing the river meeting the sea at La Bocana
● Enjoying the company of the locals in the town plaza
● Seeing a spiritual landmark
● Enjoying the company of our friendly tour guide
● Finding the perfect souvenir for back home!