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Discover what Oaxaca Eats in 4 hours! Taste traditional Oaxacan food and drink on a laid-back walking tour to four sit-down restaurants. Meet the people behind the food, make new friends, and support local charities with your ticket purchase.
• Sit, relax and taste 20+ foods from locally-owned restaurants.
• Learn about the food first hand from owners and chefs at the tasting locations.
• Sip delicious aguas frescas (fruit waters) and Mezcal - in a cocktail or straight up - as you enjoy the view and ambience of the tasting locations.
• Explore the historic center (about a mile walking) and learn about the history, culture and art with a local.
• Support 2 local non-profits - 5% of ticket sales donated to local charities.
• Vegetarian and dairy-free options available upon request. Please notify Oaxaca Eats prior to tour start.
• Tasting locations subject to change.
• Walk down the well-known historic center and hear the history of the city
• See stunning architecture of the buildings
• View a variety of street art spread throughout the city
• Enjoy a fully guided tour from beginning to end, concluding just minutes walk from the city center
What to expect:
The two-hour tour takes you from the centre of Oaxaca to the neighborhood's booming urban places. Showing you the local side of the city, you'll see the best hot spots in the city; learn the history of Oaxaca, the gastronomical traditions of mezcal, chocolate, hear about the urban art movements, local and international street artists. During the tour, we will stop at the most interesting places to see the beautiful art pieces and hear the story of behind them.
As the benefit of walking around the city center, we will talk about the best local art studios, urban restaurants, bars, and nightlife spots so you can enjoy your stay in Oaxaca.
Discover the best of Oaxaca! Gaze at the one of the most beautiful spots located on the heart of the Istmo Mexican Region. Enjoy the cultural and iconic attractions of interest. Oaxaca is full of joy, colors and fun. It has so many great locations, each with its own fascinating tale.
You will see the most important Oaxaca’s sights: the Santo Domingo Cathedral, City Museum of Cultures, Maco Museum, Alameda Park and Benito Juárez Market.
Discover the local and authentic side of the famous city, world-known by the Mezcal spiritual drink and Alebrijes fancy art.
* Discover the secrets of the trendy city of Oaxaca.
* Interact with Oaxaca’s artistic side while visiting city museums.
* Gaze with the art collections and crafts, which include the aphrodisiac Mezcal.
We are Shai, Yesi, Fer and Carlos. We are outdoor adventure enthutiasts, and founders of Coyote Aventuras.
Join us on this panoramic bike ride in some of Oaxaca's breathtaking landscapes. Visit non touristic places. Just with your eyes or with your camera, feel special in some of nature’s most amazing secret spots.
The idea is to start the day in the mountains of Oaxaca, in the community of Benito Juárez at 3,100 masl. There is a spectacular 360 view point of the Central Valleys, Oaxaca City and the Sierra Norte. From this point we will be riding the bikes on a panoramic road. We will appreciate the flora and fauna of the region as well as the local lifestyle. If we are lucky we can swim in a dam surounded by mountains.
Our main destination is Teotitlán, where we are hosted by a family of weavers who are happy to demonstrate their incredible work.
In the end of the bike ride, an ice cream next to the tule Tree.
This is a perfect combination of culture, nature and adventure.
Brand new tour .
you can enjoy watching gorgeous colorful fish and a huge collage of aquatic creatures.
walk involves a pretty complete environmental interpretation of the flora and fauna of this region of the country.
Tour last a little bit more than 3 hrs and includes snorkeling gear , drinks ( beer and water), transportation and English speaking guide.
● Touring the area like a true local
● Moving quickly on comfortable electric bikes
● Accompanied by an experienced and friendly tour guide
● Getting more done with increased speed
● Soaking in the sights and take plenty of photos!
● Consult with your experienced tour guide to learn more about the region
● Experiencing the sea breeze in your hair as you soak in the view
● Experiencing a lot in a short period of time with the speed that an electro
● Immersing yourself in the local culture and cuisine
● Enjoying the coastline views
Maximize your time in Oaxaca with a late afternoon tour from 4:00 to 8:00pm each Wednesday. Sample 20+ foods and beverages on a relaxed walking tour to 4 locally-owned restaurants. Enjoy the sunset from the rooftop terraces at two of our tasting locations. This tour includes mezcal, mezcal cocktails, beer, small plates and dessert.
• Taste more food at fewer places. Seated tastings of 20+ samples from 4 locally-owned restaurants. Tour itinerary subject to change.
• Increase your Mezcal exposure with tastings at each locations. All beverages (mezcal, beer and cocktails) included in ticket cost.
• Walk at a leisurely pace ― 4 stops in 4 hours. Small group size of 10 maximum.
• Explore the historic center and learn about the food and culture with a local.
• Practice responsible travel. Support local non-profits with a 5% donation included in the ticket price.
• Vegetarian and dairy-free options available upon request.
• Tasting locations subject to change.
Meet the Dainzú Archaeological Zone, the Parish of San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya and the Tule Tree on an E-Bike (assisted pedaling bike) through a ride with adventure and fun, 47 km in total of a flat route through a Cycle track circuit that is mostly covered by trees, in the same way we will travel on dirt roads in which few cars, trucks, etc., where you can see sown fields, trees and plants, mountainous landscapes, and old buildings.
Oaxaca is, by tradition, the house of Mezcal. In Oaxaca there are at least 35 varieties of Agaves. Get to know the history and tradition that exists around mezcal, through a tasting in the best mezcalerias of the city.
The walking tour in Oaxaca aims to make you'r experience the most likeable possible in your city, our job is to introduce you to the city with our history, traditions, and local folklore that you can only experience by walking.
Our guides will always try the best to put a smile on your face and at the same time teach you about this wonderful city in Mexico!
The best way to get to know the best of Oaxaca with a local and in a budget friendly way and focusing only on you!
We are Shai, Yesi, Margo, Fer and Carlos. We are outdoor adventure enthutiasts, and founders of Coyote Aventuras.
Join us and go off the beaten track to discover Oaxaca’s vibrant art scene. From handcraft, architecture, street art to a selected gallery tour, understand the symbols and cross cultural influences of Mexico’s tribal, cosmic and contemporary art.
Our passion for street art in Oaxaca started as we met the local artists, who shared with us the stories behind their art. We found a really interesting combination of creativity, activism, art and courage.
This adventure combines waterfall hikes and a zip line tour through the South Sierra Madre. The tour begins in the village of San Juan Lachao, in the Sierra, where you can buy fresh fruit, walk to a waterfall for a swim, and spot native flora and fauna—including a coffee plantation. Later, you’ll enjoy the thrill of a zip line tour with five sections spanning a total of 2,500 meters.
Walk and discover the side of Puerto that tourists rarely see: real food, real people, real passion.
If you are planning to go to Puerto Escondido this tour is a must. Why?
Firstly, because you will discover the most “local” part of Puerto, where the locals actually eat, shop and live (far from the touristic beach sector).
Secondly, because it’s got all the basics you need to know about Oaxaca’s food culture, this tour is packed with Mexican specialties and unique experiences to make you feel like a true Puerto local by the end of it (and for sure know the difference between a normal local cheese and the “Oaxacan” cheese one).
Thirdly, it’s simply delicious
So, if you feel hungry for Oaxacan cuisine, thirsty for cultural knowledge, and adventurous for an exciting walk – this tour is for you
Have an memorable afternoon walking into Mexican cuisine, from the small local “secret” spots and family business, to famous 5-star restaurants. You will finish as an expert in tacos, salsas, cheese, chocolate, people and of course, in Mexico. This tour takes you through both the “old” and the “new” part of Puerto, so it’s a great combo for a nice walk, delicious and unforgettable dishes.
We will walk to the bus station, and by local transport we will arrive to Tlacolula. Once there, we will learn about some historical and cultural aspects about the Zapoteca and Náhuatl tradition and language, focused on the market, one of the largest traditional markets in the region. In it, the barter tradition is still maintained
Entering the market, where we will see and learn a little about the crafts, getting to know some local artisans. We will also learn how to make your own chocolate
Throughout the tour we will be trying different drinks, and foods
- Typical bread from Tlacolula
- Season fruits
We will have to leave a hole in our stomachs for the most important meal, the barbecue we are having in one of the oldest (and best) stalls of the market.
After lunch time, we will continue walking around to get to know a bit better the market. Also, we are visiting the church and we will learn some curiosities about it.
We'll meet in the temple of Santo Domingo. A majestic building with lots of history which we'll talk about.
We will walk to the church of the Carmen Alto, a historical landmark, being the exact location where in ancient times the Guelaguetza was started
We turn to the market Sanchez Pascuas, to taste a traditional breakfast in one of the oldest market stalls. Here we have time to talk and give you some tips on Spanish in a "more theoretical" way.
On the market we have the opportunity to learn about different ingredients, And try yhem!
We will go to the arches of Xochimilco, and walk towards the cemetery , and talk about the Day of the Dead and all that entails.
We will have the chance to meet an artisan family of textiles,traditional work throughout their lifes.
We end the tour at the aqueduct of San Felipe, a very quiet place, and one of the secret jewels of the city of Oaxaca.
Throughout the tour, we will be practicing Spanish, so that the end, one can speak more fluidly