8 Days: 6-13 February 2023
Oaxaca is the most ethnically diverse state in Mexico, home to 16 indigenous groups that lend it a vibrant mix of culture and cuisine.
We’ll trace the rich history behind each culinary tradition we encounter, learning how to incorporate it into our own cooking as we go. Between bites of crispy tlayudas and enfrijoladas, we’ll explore the city and its surrounding villages—chatting with local artisans, visiting stunning ancient sites, and learning the secrets of Oaxacan cuisine.
Meet with renowned ceramic and pottery artists Irma Blanco, Angelica Vasquez, the Aguilar Sisters and Carlo Magno Pedro.
Experience a hands-on cooking class with famous chef Pilar Cabrera and taste the unique blend of the culture, traditions and way of living in Oaxaca.
Visit stunning waterfalls and the two spectacular spring-fed infinity pools that have been formed over thousands of years.
Discover artisanal mezcalaria in the mezcal capital of the world, and delight in a sip or two.
Feel the rhythm of the Guelaguetza native folk dancers while you enjoy a traditional Mexican dinner.
Stay in a traditional and beautiful boutique hotel hosted by the Cabrera family of Oaxaca
Climb up Monte Albán, the 1,500 years old Ancient pyramids overlooking Oaxaca city.
Work with a village chef well known for her traditional cooking and learn the secrets of the dishes that put Oaxacan cuisine on the map.