Oaxaca Mexican Tour Itinerary, Pricing and Information – Oaxaca Mexican Tours – This itinerary is subject to change during your visit around Oaxaca, a beautiful colonial city. Lots of fun during our trips!! We arrange everything during your stay in Oaxaca. You tell us when your visit is. Below is a sample of our itinerary that can accommodate your stay in Oaxaca. Accommodations still available.

Will visit many well known artist in Tonala and Cruzes del las Huertas, and Tlaquepaque. Cost is $999 plus air fare and meals.

Your personal guided tour to Oaxaca starts here. Read below for more information about our upcoming trip to Oaxaca. Interested in making a reservation for this tour? Or small group tours anytime. Just contact us!

Oaxaca, the capital of the state of Oaxaca, has been declared Humanity's Cultural Patrimony by UNESCO. Oaxaca is famous for the beauty and harmony of its architecture, the variety of its foods, and its soft, spring-like climate throughout the year.

Saturday- Sample of itinerary only- subject to change depending on tour dates.
Any Dates 2012
Welcome to Oaxaca!! After we have taken a nap from our 3 1/2 hr fight, we meet for lunch at 1:30pm, "La Olla", home of Oaxaca's famous chef Senora Pillar. We take a tour of the city, so you can become acclimated to this wonderful place.
Zocalo - Oaxaca, Mexico


Oaxaca's Zócalo

The Zócalo early in the morning in Oaxaca. The streets of Oaxaca City run along the grid laid out in 1529 by Spanish architect Alonso García Bravo. The Zócalo is the city's largest plaza.

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Buenos dias, we'll gather for an early continental breakfast at 7:30 am, then leave at 8:30am for Ocotlan, where we visit the famous Aquilar family and then see Rodolfo Morales's home.  Then we visit the museum, mural, and church that Rodolfo Morales helped to restore in his village. Lunch will be in San Martin Tilcajete. This village has some of the best wood carvers in Oaxaca, whom we will visit in their homes, Jacobo and Maria Angeles Ojeda, Inocencio Melchor, Jesus Sosa and family, Justo Xuana, Maria Jemenez Ojeda, Martin Melchor Angeles, Fuentes family and many more. Demonstration will be given on how their figures are made and how they're painted.
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Continental breakfast at 7:30 am. We start our tour at 8:30am and head towards Monte Alban, a Zapotec Ruin high upon a mountain top above Oaxaca. Off to San Bartolo Coyotepec, the famous village of the black pottery. It was also the home of the famous Dona Rosa, who died in 1979. We visit the new museum,"Museo Estadal del Arte Popular de Oaxaca,” and the studio of Carlomagdo Pedro Martinez and his sisters Magdalena & Adelina, also Antonio Eurpedes Pedro Gonzales.  Lunch on the mountaintop of Zaachilla, “La Capilla”, where we eat outdoors under some walnut trees. Our travels will then take us to Atzompa, home of Angelica Vasquez and Enedina Vasquez, Irma Blanco family, who are fine figural pottery makers in their village. Your evening is free, go visit the Zocalo, something is always going on there. Have a nice dinner or just have a couple of drinks at the open air restaurants. Lots of scenery during the Christmas week.

Cuilapan de Guerrero, Oaxaca

Cuilapan de Guerrero's major attraction is the Dominican ex-convent of Santiago Apóstol. It was left unfinished sometime in the middle of the 16th century, but the cloister, walls, cupola and foundations of what was supposed to be an enoromous church remain.

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After breakfast at the hotel, we meet at 8:30 am and go to Santa Maria del Tule, we visit the 2000-year-old tree, “El Tule”. Just wait until you see all the figures in this tree, it is unbelievable!! We also visit the 17th century chapel, Santo Cristo, which is the town's principal church. Headless saints include the decapitated figure of Juan Bautista, holding out his severed head. Tlacolula is famed for its mescal. Lunch will be at " Rancho Zapata" . Lastly we view the Capilla del Muier this parochial church has a stunning display of virtuosity in wrought iron!  Back to the city and it's grand festivities around town.
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Buenos dias, we'll meet for continental breakfast at 7:30 am. At 8:30 am we tour this wonderful colonial city of Oaxaca. There are lots of historic buildings to see, especially Santo Domingo Church, “the jewel of Oaxaca” and the Bascilica de la Soleda. Lunch at “15 Letras”. We proceed to Benito Juarez market. Time permitting we visit art museums, the Governors Palace and it's beautiful painted murals. We'll visit some tin artist in town, beautiful work! Good day to your big purchases packed and shipped. We'll help you go to the right places.
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Breakfast at 9:00 am . We then take your purchases that you have made and have them packed and shipped if you like. Great packing company in Oaxaca. We then visit the textile museum in the city. The building was a convent almost 50 years ago and in the 18th century it became a mansion for a wealthy merchant exporting cochineal, how appropriate for the new museum.  Lunch at "La Olla" for Oaxacan specialties at mid-day. Free afternoon for all. Enjoy walking around town or just enjoy the Zocalo and all the excitement it brings.
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Breakfast at 8:30. At 9:30 local artist will visit us with their beautiful work for you to see and purchase. Lunch at "Qiunce Letras", ( fifteen letters). We then travel to see Santa Ana del Valle and Santo Domingo del Valle, ( Diaz Ordaz with their pretty churches in folk baroque style. Dinner at "la Casona del Llano", sopa Azteca with all the fix-ens.

Mitla, Oaxaca

The ancient city of Mitla was made up of 5 main palaces, or precincts: One for the Zapotecan High Priest, one for secondary priests, one for military officers, with one reserved for the king and another for his entourage.

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One last day devoted to shopping around this beautiful colonial city and have lunch at one of many eateries Oaxaca has to offer. Your evening is free, enjoy your last evening to do what your heart desires.
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We leave Oaxaca to make our trip back home, our hearts filled with contentment and beautiful memories of Oaxaca. Thank you for choosing DOSVAGOSMEXICANTOURS. Viva Mexico!!
Wood Carvings - Oaxaca, Mexico


Artisan Wood Carvings

These colorful wood carvings are an example of the beautiful craftsmanship of the local artists in Oaxaca. These are some of the highly detailed and colorful works of art you'll see on your tour with us to Oaxaca.

*  Itineraries are subject to change. This is only a sample.

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Oaxaca Tour Prices

The prices for the trip to Oaxaca for any dates in are as follows:

  • Double Occupancy is $1400 per person for 7 days or depending on your length of stay in Oaxaca
  • Single Occupancy is $1500 per person for 7 days or depending on your length of stay in Oaxaca

The tour for any dates : Air fares tickets are through Volaris Airlines or any other airlines of your choice and are not included in the cost of the tour. Volaris is the best buy. The flight leaves at 1:45am from the Tijuana airport if you leave San Diego.

Volaris has transportation from the Greyhound Depot in San Diego direct to Tijuana airport; cost is $17 per person. Another service is direct pick up from your home, TTE international taxi, that goes directly to the airport for a cost of $69. Both offer the same service from Tijuana airport. CBX is now open to walk across into Tijuana Airport  $18 each way in Otay Mesa,Ca.

You arrange your flights if you live outside San Diego.

All transportations to and from airports in Oaxaca are included.

All tour transportations and exhibit cost during daily itineraries are included.

Includes hotel and personal tour of Oaxaca

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Disclaimer / Terms

After Your Reservation

Dos Vagos Mexican Tours, LLC. will hold your reservation without deposit for up to 5 days.

Once you have officially booked your reservations we will need to sign and date the form below and return it to us. We will also need your emergency contact information. The information from the form is contained below for you to review.

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Terms and Conditions

$300 per person deposit required to secure booking
Deposits are not refundable.
Final payment is due 30 days prior to departure
Travel insurance and travel cancellation insurance is recommended for your safety and protection.
Any form of payment constitutes acceptance of Terms and Conditions.



Dos Vagos Mexican Tours, LLC does not assume responsibility for the inherent risk which may cause unfortunate accidents or incidents during ordinary travel conditions. Dos Vagos Mexican Tours, LLC will not be held responsible for injury, death, damage, loss, delay, cost, expense, sickness, or inconvenience arising from travel misfortunes beyond our reasonable control. Travel insurance is highly recommended. With this knowledge and information, I agree to participate in the tour and the air travel, at my own risk. I release and hold harmless Dos Vagos Mexican Tours, LLC and every person and agent of each of them, from all claims and causes of action that I may have against them. This release and hold- harmless shall be binding on my heirs, assigns, successors, and all other persons who may claim through me. Dos Vagos Mexican Tours, LLC does not own or operate the hotel or any transportation companies. Itineraries are subject to change. Baggage is at owners risk at all times.


Final payment is due at least 30 days prior to departure. All payments can be made by money order, check, or bank transfers, all in US dollar currency. Any additional charges imposed for transfers or administrations of funds is the responsibility of the paying party and will not be the responsibility of Dos Vagos Mexican Tours, LLC.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation of a trip must be made 30 days of your departure date. Deposits are non-refundable. Our cancellation policy: for cancellations requested prior to 30 days before departure, participants are due a complete refund less $300 administrative fee. There are no refunds for cancellations made within 7 days of departure. Cancellation request are due in writing and refunds, if any, are based on the date that the written request is received by Dos Vagos Mexican Tours, LLC prior to 7 days of departure. I understand that if I can't complete the tour for any reason, Dos Vagos Mexican Tours, LLC will not reimburse any fees and trip cancellation insurance is strongly advised.

Be prepare to walk some on this tour. Terrain in some areas are sometimes uneven. Wear comfortable shoes, especially when we visit archaeological sites and villages.

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Facts and Information


The U.S. Consulate Agency is located at Alcala 407, Int. 20. The phone number is 951-514-304. Hours are Monday through Friday from 10am to 3pm.

Currency Exchange

It is best to use your Debit or Credit cards and make withdraws at banks located around town. Check for the best exchange rate.


Dr. Carlos Araund Carreno is a reputable internist at Calle Reforma 905. His phone number is 951-515-4035. Hours are Monday through Friday 12pm to 2pm.

Telephone Info

The telephone area code is 951. The phone number for emergencies is 060.

Internet Service

This will be available at your hotel. Internet cafes are also located around the Zocalo and the Plaza Santo Domingo.

Post Office

This is located at the corner of Independcia and Alameda Park. Hours are Monday through Friday 8-5 and Saturday 9-1.


The Ceprotur government agency helps people who have lost documents or possessions. The phone number is 951-514-2155. The State Tourism Office is at Calle Independencia 607 and the phone number is 951-516-0123.

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We Arrange Everything in Oaxaca
Individual and Small Group Tours Anytime
Any Dates in 2019

Oaxaca de Juarez, Oaxaca. " Day of the Dead Tour ". Oct.27-Nov.4, 2019
Taking reservation now".
Tonala, Jalisco, Puebla, Chiapas,
Guanajuato and San Miguel de Allende,
Mexico City and Metepec
Michoacan and Michoacan, Guatemala

Archaeological Sites
Santo Domingo
Artist homes
1 full day cooking class with well known Zapotec family in their village
Eateries of Oaxaca

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