- 6 Nights Accommodations Las Bugambilas -a 4-star BnbB within walking distance to Centro Historico
- Local Cuisine - Daily Breakfast, & Dinner
- Daily Tour Guides & Day Trips
- Roundtrip Airport Transportation - OAX airport
- $1999 All-Inclusive price based on double occupancy
- $2299 All-Inclusive price based on single occupancy
Place a $500 deposit to secure your reservation at check out
$500 to secure your reservation
Final payment due 60 days prior to departure
Fully refundable 60 days prior to departure
Celebrate La Guelaguetza
Oaxaca City MX
July 15-July 21 2023
The state of Oaxaca Mexico is a top favorite for cultural enthusiasts, and adventure travelers, as the town, offer an immersive cultural experience steeped in tradition, beauty, and history. The City of Oaxaca, Oaxaca’s state capital, is enjoyed as a traveler's ideal experience to enjoy Mexico’s best culture, cuisine, architecture, and rich cultural traditions. Oaxaca City was declared by UNESCO a city a Cultural Heritage Site.
A vibrant colonial town that offers cultural experiences, including a welcoming preserved historical colonial center with cobbled streets, and a central square bustling with tourists and locals along with musicians serenading people as they rest under the shaded trees, as well as visitors enjoying fine coffee and lively conversation at one of the local cafés
Rose Mendoza, owner of Dulce Vida Travel & Mexican culture expert, will be your host and guide.
What to Expect
Enjoy this one-of-a-kind all-inclusive experience with an expert guide, Rose Mendoza as she leads the group cultural experience. In addition to enjoying Oaxacan cuisine, we will participate in La Guelaguetza:
Guelaguetza comes from the Zapotec language and is usually interpreted as the “reciprocal exchanges of gifts and services”.
This great cultural event involves re-enactments of legends and celebrates traditional music, dance, costume, craft and gastronomy from the seven regions and the different ethnolinguistic groups in the state of Oaxaca: Valles Centrales (Central Valleys), Sierra Sur, Sierra Norte, Cañada, Mixteca (Mixtec), La Costa (The Cost), El Istmo (The Isthmus) and El Golfo (The Gulf).
During the festival, different ethnic groups wearing their traditional clothing perform folk dances that are particular to their region.
There is an opening parade, followed by the presentation of the Legend of Donaji on each of the Monday nights in the Guelaguetza Auditorium. The Legend of Donaji is the story of the last Zapotec princess, full of light, sound, fireworks and drama.
The festivities include dances, concerts, art exhibits, culinary events, painting and theater. It has earned a great reputation for its high artistic content and for presenting the races of the town of Oaxaca in an excellent manner.