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Hierve el Agua, Teotitlán del Valle desde Oaxaca

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Oaxaca de Juárez, Mexico
Hierve el Agua, Teotitlán del Valle desde Oaxaca

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Quinta Real Oaxaca , 5 de Mayo 300, RUTA INDEPENDENCIA, Centro, 68000 Oaxaca de Juárez, Oax., Mexico

Quinta Real Oaxaca, 5 de Mayo 300, Centro, 68000 Oaxaca de Juárez, Oax., Mexico

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7:00 AM
This activity will end right where it started.please write the name of your hotel in the comments, otherwise we will assume that we will meet at the Quinta Real hotel at the time confirmed by message This could be from 7:00 a.m. (It is important to confirm the tour one day before)
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Infant seats available
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Turismo el Convento de Oaxaca
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.
  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • Any changes made less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  • Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.

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103 Reviews
2 stars

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Awesome tour
, Apr 2022
Our tour guide was Moises and he was excellent. Very knowledgeable and excited to share his country with us. As we were driving, he would point out archeological sites along the way or tell us interesting facts. The tour was really great! The itinerary was true to form with the addition of visiting a candle workshop in a zapotec community which was very awesome. Otherwise, we visited all the other sites, the weaving work ship, the mezcal factory, Mitla (amazing, and liked better than Monte Alban), lunch at a nearby hotel (buffet, plenty of vegetarian options, was pretty good but not special), Hierve el Agua (glad to have a tour to drive there as the road is pretty windy and scary, we ended up hiking down below the "falls" in the hour we had to get away from some of the crowds which was nice) and Tule (was surprised by this stop, was nice and had some Elote from a street vendor). Overall, the tour was great. A nice change to visit communities and support them with your purchases instead of buying things from markets where you are not sure where the money goes. Would recommend this tour especially if Moises is your tour guide!
Well rounded
, Mar 2022
The Zapotec village weavers were outstanding. Mitla was a wonder. Great tour, and wonderful guide. We had been to Hueve el Agua before but it is still impressive.
Easy way to see some of Oaxaca’s highlights
, Mar 2022
Very smooth and well organised day. Antonio was very patient and informative, driving was safe and calm. The rugs weavers and mezcal tasting were both really great spots to learn about the crafts. Antonio’s knowledge on Mitla was very very thorough and then the day ends with the beautiful petrified waterfalls- definitely recommend
Go!!!! Fun day.
, Feb 2022
Our guides and driver were excellent. It's a long day but worth it. Some of the walks were challenging. It was super hot so be prepared with sunscreen and water. I learned a lot and would absolutely recommend this tour.
Nice but with a Disappointment!
, Dec 2021
We chose this tour based on its note, the initial program was not respected, we did not visit mitla then it is a thing that we absolutely wanted to visit. We are now obliged to revisit it by our own means. We stayed only 10min to the tree of tule. If the announced program cannot be respected, it is better not to specify it the description of the tour (that was announced to us at the beginning of the tour). What we saw was super interesting and pretty but missed nevertheless mitla. Small remark: we learned nothing from the tourist guide, he spoke to us just to announce the next destination without more, no history, no preparations, nothing at all. The driver alone would have been enough!
4 travelers found this review helpful
Decent tour!
, Dec 2021
Communication and pickup was organized. The water falls themselves were 100% visiting. I could have skipped the other tourist traps as in all tours lunch was barely above awful and its your only option. Our guide was average. Made sure we made it but that was about it. Also, I believe others on the trip received a cheaper rate by booking through hotels.
The tour itself was nice,...
, Nov 2021
The tour itself was nice, I would just recommend booking it somewhere in the town as you can get it cheaper. The tour guide was kind and nice, but didn't provide a lot of information to be honest
1 traveler found this review helpful
Good times outside Oaxaca
, Oct 2021
Teotitlán and the dyeing/weaving was a great education, especially for anyone who doesn’t really know how this is done old-school. The candlemakers are very artistic in their production. We could even try our hand at dipping parts of flowers. The five caves were a real physical workout getting up to them. If you’re unsteady on your feet, this part is not for you. The mezcal tasting was interesting, and the mezcal creams are a real must-try for anyone who can’t hack the pure stuff. Gabriel, our tour guide did a great job and was extremely helpful, even the next day when we met him again while he was doing another tour.
Lots to see
, Oct 2021
Great tour guide, hiking to see the caves with a zappotec guide, learning about artisans in their work
If you have only a day in Oaxaca, do this tour!
, Jul 2021
This is an amazing tour. Our guide Moises was friendly, helpful and incredibly knowledgeable. Every stop was delightful. Nelson Perez’ workshop tour was over the top. If you have any knowledge or experience with textile art, you will want to stay there all day! My friend wants to apprentice with him. The Mezcal tasting was a little “meh” as the staff was pushy, asking for tips even before we started. The village and ruins of Mitla was great. While smaller than Monte Albán, you can access more of it. The market there was generally cheaper than in the city of Oaxaca. At the candle making workshop, our guide was truly darling and she let us play with the wax and molds as long as we wished. Their products are unique and we got severa to take home as gifts. A couple of important things you should know before you go: the climb to the caves is STRENUOUS! There is an elevation gain of at least 1,000 feet in about a mile. The trail has tight switchbacks of very steep rock stairs with few hand rails. The flat stretches are covered with tiny rocks and a slip would be truly disastrous. The caves are amazing, though, and give a glimpse into life 10,000 years ago. Boots would be ideal, but we did okay in regular athletic shoes. The other thing is that if your Mezcal tour is at the “El ReyDe Matatlán”, the bathroom charges $4 pesos to get in and when we finally got in, it was dirty with very little paper inside. That part of the tour was the only disappointment and compared to the magic of everything else, it doesn’t matter.
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