Oaxacking Around

Sunday Tour 6+ Hours 10 People max
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Oaxacking Around

A collaboration tour with Omar Alonso and his team. It's a perfect Sunday wandering through the most amazing markets and places to eat around Oaxaca's countryside. #liveoaxaca


Just so you know what this experience entails

Teotitlán Del Valle

It is known for its textiles, especially rugs, which are woven on hand-operated looms, from wool obtained from local sheep and dyed mainly with local, natural dyes. They combine historical Zapotec designs with contemporary designs . We visit the “Vida Nueva” women cooperative

Tlacolula Sunday Market

Our BIG breakfast, here we will walk thru the market until we get to the “Pasillo de Humo” a place where families buy and grill their meats for breakfast, this is also the best place in town to enjoy fresh barbacoa de chivo, (goat soup)

Aguamiel (Honey water) & Pulque

Matatlan Is known as The World Capital of Mezcal, most of the mezcal that is consumed in Mexico and in the world is produced in this region. We meet Carlitos, our guide for that part of the tour, he is a 4th generation Aguamiel, pulque and Mezcal producer. He will show us the pulquero agaves, and the way his family has extracted this drink for a long time. There are 3 stages for the beverage, when is freshly collected is called honey water, or aguamiel, sweet and refreshing, a few days later after it starts to ferment naturally it becomes pulque, a bit bitter and sour and you can taste some alcohol already, when it is too fermented for about 7 to 10 days they turn it into tepache by adding brown sugar or piloncillo, pineapple skins and timbre ( a vine that helps to kick the fermentation process) it is sweet and also refreshing but has the same alcohol than a beer.

Mezcal at San Baltazar Guelavila

Our first mezcal stop, we visit the distillery of Daniel and Cosme Hernandez, they have been distilling mezcal for four generations in copper stills. Driving thru the mountains to the other side of the city we will make our next stop in Santa Catarina Minas to visit “La Candelaria” the home of Eduardo Angeles where he produces “La Locura” the method that he uses to distill mezcal is using clay pots . This is where we see the different types of agaves and we visit their green house to learn about agave reproduction. The tour ends with a mezcal tasting.

What's Included

With the price of your ticket you'll help us keep working with our sustainable tourism philosophy, as well as the fair wages for our guides and their continuous education.

Meet the PROs

In all tours you'll get to meet amazing food makers. Someone who is very passionate about their craft and who is ready to share their knowledge with you.


Our guides are constantly learning about Mexico's culinary roots, food culture and going around the city in search for the next best taco.

Foods & Drinks

All foods and drinks are included. We know enough places with great food to keep going until you feel satisfied!

Want to be a part of this edible adventure?

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