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OAXACA – “The Day of the Dead”

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Adult 5 Days + Hotel + Transportation & Tours


The “Noche de Muertos” is the nightly tribute to the departed with food, music and candles, usually held only once per year, either November 1st or 2nd, represents a profound celebration of life and ancestry, transcending boundaries of time and mortality.

Through the creation of altars, families embrace the memories of their departed loved ones, fostering an eternal connection. Cemetery visits serve as a tender reminder of the enduring bond between the living and the deceased, while the lively “Comparsas” infuse the streets with an exuberant celebration of existence.

The “Noche de Muertos” in Oaxaca stands as a testament to the beauty of embracing death as an integral part of life and honoring the legacy of those who came before us.  Check out our itinerary!

This is be an intense experience. If you are looking to make the most of this celebration, this is definitely the option for you.


  • Private transportation
  • 4-star hotel – 4 nights in Oaxaca
  • Xoxocotlán Cementery
  • Guide
  • Tours described in the itinerary
  • Snacks
  • Souvenir



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So much passion, knowledge and energy!

Amazing Amazing Amazing! We had the pleasure of having both Paco's take us on our free walking tour and I enjoyed every minute. They were both so friendly, passionate about their city and very knowledgable. We learnt so much about Mexico and Mexico City so found that it was the perfect thing to do to kick start our holiday.

– TripAdvisor

Belen was a fantastic tour guide!! She was passionate about her culture, the history of Mexico City, and she genuinely loves the city she lives in and embraces all its faults and positives. She was very knowledgable about all aspects from art, history, politics, the local area and more. Eduardo was also great to speak to and offered some insight.

Highly recommend

I really enjoyed the tour, given by Juán. He was very knowledgeable, and able to answer everyone's questions, including those that were not directly related to the content of the tour. He did a great job managing a big group with multiple languages, though the tour itself is in English. It's a good length of time, with multiple bathroom breaks built in as well.


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