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The real – “Day of the Dead” Mexico

8 Years of Passion: Your Day of the Dead Tour Experts. We run the tours directly

From $1230

Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and traditions of Mexico as you visit historic landmarks, museums, and cemeteries, and witness the elaborate Day of the Dead altars, displays, and parades.

  • HOTEL Double room 4 stars hotel – 4 nights
  • TOURS: 2 Cementeries + Monumental Offerings + Mexico City Parade
  • And more…
From $1830

Experience the enchantment of Noche de Muertos in Oaxaca. Witness illuminated altars, lively parades, traditional dances, and vibrant celebrations. Explore indigenous villages, engage in workshops, and immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of this captivating Day of the Dead festivity.

  • HOTEL Double room 4 stars hotel – 4 nights
  • TOURS: 1 Cementery + Oaxaca tours
  • And more…

Welcome to our Day of the Dead Tours

Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of Mexico’s vibrant Day of the Dead celebrations. Join us at The Monkey Experience, where we have 8 years of experience in crafting unforgettable journeys through the heart of Mexico. Experience the true essence of Dia de los Muertos with our expertly crafted tours, carefully chosen to showcase the best of Mexico City, Oaxaca, and Michoacán.

Whether you’re a cultural enthusiast, a photographer, or simply curious about this vibrant celebration, our tours offer an immersive and respectful experience, prioritizing authentic interactions with locals. By visiting local cemeteries and supporting communities, we provide a unique perspective.

Book your Day of the Dead tour today to discover the magic and meaning behind this beloved Mexican tradition. Create memories that will last a lifetime. Contact us now to reserve your spot!


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In Michoacán, witness the awe-inspiring spectacle of candle-lit cemeteries adorned with countless marigolds. Join local families as they gather to pay homage to their ancestors through heartfelt prayers, music, and offerings. Experience the warmth and hospitality of the locals as they share stories and traditions that have been passed down through generations.

Discover the mystical beauty of Mexico City, where the streets come alive with captivating parades, ornate altars, and lively music. Explore the historical neighborhoods and UNESCO World Heritage sites while our knowledgeable guides provide insights into the significance of each tradition.

Venture to the magical city of Oaxaca, known for its elaborate Day of the Dead festivities. Experience the buzzing markets, where you can find intricately crafted sugar skulls, marigold flowers, and traditional foods. Visit ancient Zapotec ruins and witness traditional indigenous ceremonies that honor departed loved ones.

How is the Day of the Dead celebrated in Mexico?

Death in Mexico is not considered a taboo. It is a reason to remember the ancestors that are no longer here, and do what they liked to do. If they liked mole, we eat mole. If they liked pan de muertos, there will be pan de muertos, and if they liked to celebrate, then we celebrate in a happy and respectful way.



Make sure to visit the small towns for a traditional touch.

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Let’s consume local! We have a special surprise to have a positive impact on the local community.



Part of the profits are destined to the community.

In the tours we include visits to communities outside of Mexico City. We donate flowers so they can decorate the tombs, and give a contribution to the cemeteries for cleaning and other expenses.

Check a video of our experience 2 years ago!

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