A Guide to Day of the Dead in Mexico
Dia de los Muertos is celebrated each year between the 31st October and 2nd November and is one of the most captivating and colourful festivals in the world. The festival honours ancestors who...
How to go from Mexico City to Oaxaca
Visiting Oaxaca after CDMX (Ciudad de Mexico = Mexico City) is an excellent idea, especially if you're headed towards the Yucatán Peninsula.
The distance from Mexico City to Oaxaca is about...
Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca
A few kilometers from the Oaxacan capital, Hierve el Agua, a natural spa, offers an unparalleled view of the valley. Visit its petrified waterfalls and bathe in its warm waters!
Hierve el Agua...
Oaxaca in May
May, month of the “Velas” in Juchitán, Oaxaca.
The “Velas”, which are nocturnal celebrations that last all night, hence its name, perhaps a shortening of “Velada”, full of religious...
Semana Santa in Oaxaca
Following Catholic traditions, Good Friday is one of the most important dates in the City of Oaxaca. The Procession of Silence honors the Passion of Christ and is done with great respect. In this...
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