Art of Remberance Vacation
Celebrating Dia De Los Muertos
October 30- November 4 2018
Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is the most time-honored holiday of Oaxaca. An example of the harmonious relationship between Christianity and the Pre-Hispanic traditions found in the state of Oaxaca.
Although Día de los Muertos is recognized all over Mexico, Oaxaca has become known for its ornately rich celebrations that honor the return of their deceased loved ones on November 1 & 2.
You will find that there is much culture to see and do in the city of Oaxaca. We are excited to offer you the opportunity to join us and celebrate with the community of Oaxaca, indulge in exquisite foods & experience amazing art.
JOIN US FOR THIS FUN AND INTERESTING KIND OF EXPEREINCE
- Daily Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner, each a unique culinary Oaxacan experience
- Walking tours of the Zocalo – Oaxaca City
- Enjoy the daily entertainment in the open air; Plaza De Los Muertos. Watch the artist build elaborate Day of the Dead themed sand art.
- Shop Andador de Macedonia Alcala: A central pedestrian street, that features a lively atmosphere and exhibits the true culture of the city. Traditional well-preserved colonial buildings line the street, displaying a pleasant mix of soft pastel colors. As you walk along, you’ll find many restaurants & coffeehouses
- Participate in Dia De Los Muerto Celebrations
- A traditional Cooking Class and Mercado Tour
- Visit Cultural Museums:
Oaxaca Textile Museum
- Admire the designs and intricate manufacturing of traditional fabrics at, a museum promoting Oaxaca’s famous textile heritage.
La Casa de los Artesanias de Oaxaca – Fine Mexican Folk Art
La Casa Cultural de Oaxaca –Cultural workshops & traditions
Rufino Tamayo Museum
- Browse the extensive collection at Pre-Hispanic Art Museum Rufino Tamayo in Mexico. The museum houses items donated by the famous Oaxacan painter Rufino Tamayo, who was inspired by pre-Columbian artwork and collected pieces throughout his life