Dag van de Doden Tour


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Jaarlijks Event Tour!
8 dagen & 7 nachten Explorer Oaxaca

Day of the Dead

Match made in heaven

Ancient Mexican Ruins

Monte Alban Ruïnes

Dag van de Doden en veel meer
Oaxaca, Mexico cultureel evenement

( Oktober 28 – November 4 jaarlijks)

 

Op deze intieme kleine groep tour, u zult enge maskers tegenkomen, hangen 's nachts in het graf werven, klimmen rond oude ruïnes, kijken aardewerk & textiel ambachtslieden aan het werk in hun huizen, indrinken in de geesten van Mezcal, dwalen traditionele markten, explore Oaxaca City as well as smaller villages in the surrounding valleys, en ervaar de jaarlijkse feestelijke viering bekend als Día de los Muertos of Dag van de Doden, waar Mexicanen (allen door Mexico) eren hun familieleden die hebben doorgegeven. Ook genieten van een paard parcours rijden & een lange zipline avontuur.
Lokale gecertificeerde Engels / Spaans sprekende gidsen leiden u elke dag op een tour van culturele, historisch, and geographical discovery in the Mexican state of Oaxaca.

Mexican Potters

Artisans at Work

Ceremonial Rememberance

Eerbetoon aan de overledenen

Face-painted People

Geen zombies werden berokkend maken van dit evenement

“Ik vond vooral het bezoeken van de begraafplaatsen 's nachts waar er duizenden kaarsen branden. muziek, en bloemen overal. "

Mariel Aguilar
Tehuacan, Puebla

 


Details


Celebration in Cemetaries

Het aansteken van de weg of the Dead

Dag 1:
Arrive at the Oaxaca City Airport
One of our staff will be waiting for you upon your arrival at the Oaxaca City
Luchthaven. You will then transfer to the Hotel Misión de los Angeles in Oaxaca City where you will check in. De rest van de dag / avond is vrij om te ontspannen of te verkennen op uw eigen.
Dag 2:
Oaxaca City Tour
Vandaag is de dag om te leren kennen Oaxaca Stad. Een lokale gids zal uw kleine groep te leiden op een wandeling door de stad, waarin ook de belangrijkste bezienswaardigheden, zoals de kerk van Santo Domingo, the government palace, and a visit to the Regional Museum of Oaxaca where you will see ancient artifacts from the Mixtec and Zapotec cultures.

Carpet Merchant

Traditional Artisan Markets

Day of the Dead Art

It’s a Deadman’s Party

You will also stroll the main city markets and see all the items for sale that relate to the Day of the Dead celebration. Lunch will be at a nice local restaurant. After lunch you will have the rest of the afternoon and evening to do more exploring on your own.

Dag 3:
Monte Alban Archaeological Zone
Artisans of San Anotnio Arrazola
Artisans of Bartolo Coyotepec
Explore a 16th Century Ex-Convent
The ruins of one of the earliest cities established in Mesoamerica is located just a very short drive from Oaxaca City. Monte Alban was inhabited over a period of 1500 years first by the Olmecs and then the Zapotecs and Mixtecs. Today, you will see that the structures built here are situated on several hundred artificial terraces which were created on a high ridge with a superior view of the surrounding valleys and hills. Na uw prive-tour van deze zeer indrukwekkende archeologische zone, uw groep zal reizen naar de stad San Antonio Arrazola. Deze stad staat bekend om de ambachtslieden die vrolijk beschilderde dieren te creëren (Alebrijes). Na de lunch in een lokaal restaurant, je Oaxaca reis verder naar de grote XVI eeuw ex-klooster in de stad Cuilapam de Guerrero. Hier leer je meer over de geschiedenis en architectuur. Uw laatste stop vandaag zal zijn om de stad San Bartolo Coyotepec waar u ambachtslieden die bekend staan ​​om het creëren van unieke zwart aardewerk zal ontmoeten. En natuurlijk, er zal tijd om te surfen en winkelen in de kleine winkels zijn. De rest van de avond is vrij om een ​​leuke plek voor het diner te vinden op uw eigen.

Celebrate Culture

Cultures, Douane, en kostuums

Dag 4:
Mitla Archaeological Zone
Artisans van San Miguel de Valle
Artisans van San Marcos Tlapazola
Dag van de Doden Celebrations …
– San Miguel Cemetery in Oaxaca Stad
– Xoxacotlan Celebrations & Begraafplaats
Happy Halloween! Yes, you may see kids dressed in costumes trick or treating. It is a custom that has filtered into México from the US but has not taken over the real celebrations which begins this evening; the celebration of Día de los Muertos. First on your tour agenda this morning, you will head out to the Mitla Archaeological site. This is an appropriate place to visit on this day of exploration as the word, “Mitla” means the place of the dead or place of burial. Deze site werd beschouwd als de "gateway" tussen de wereld van de levenden en de wereld van de doden. Uw eigen gids zal u in te vullen op meer details en de betekenis van deze plek voor de Zapotec en Mixtec mensen. Ook vermeldenswaard is dat in tegenstelling tot Monte Alban, die zit op een hoge heuvel, Mitla werd gebouwd op een vallei. De volgende op de route is een bezoek aan het dorpje San Miguel de Valle. Dit zal een interessante middag als uw gids (Guillermo) is vanaf deze kleine stad. Hij weet bijna iedereen! Er, you will have the opportunity to visit some homes to see how they have created small alters or shrines to honor their deceased loved ones. You will also visit the home of a women who will show you the steps to making rugs and tapestries which are called, Tepetes. A stop at the local bakery will also be on the list of “must see” places. Not only will the fresh bakery smell great, you will see how they decorate the cookies and breads with Day of the Dead themes.

Cultural Artifact

Famous Oaxaca painted wood carving

After a nice lunch, everyone will head to the town of San Marcos Tlapazola to see the artisans who specialize in making red clay ceramics. It is interesting to see the designs of some of the pottery decorated with roosters, pig snouts, other farm animals, and even dancing dolphins.
Your group will then return to Oaxaca City, have dinner, and visit the San Miguel Cemetery. Picture this… thousands of lit candles illuminating the darkened night for the many families who are gathered around the individually decorated grave sites of their departed loved ones. This moving experience will definitely be something you will remember for a long time. Later, you will have the option of traveling to another cemetery (Xoxocotlan) to view the differences in details of the alters and of the celebrations from one family to another at the gravesites.
Dag 5:
Tlacolula Traditional Market
Private Mezcal Production Tour
Dag van de Doden Celebrations ...
– Villa de Etla (Parade & feesten)

Santo Domingo Cathedral

Santo Domingo Cathedral

De markt in Tlacolula is met name interessant omdat er zo veel deelnemers die zijn gekleed in traditionele wijze. Alles, van schoenen te produceren dieren ambachten leven van kunstenaars daar worden verkocht. U zult lunchen in de "food court" gebied. OK, het is niet zelfs op afstand zoals die in de moderne winkelcentra. nabijgelegen, leert u hoe Mezcal (een "verre neef" naar Tequila) is geproduceerd. monsterneming? NATUURLIJK! Dan zullen we wankelen, I mean travel to the town of Villa de Etla where we will see how they celebrate Día de los Muertos with a parade and other festivities. Later, more cemeteries to visit? It will be up to the group to decide.
Dag 6:
Visit the Ginormous Tule Tree
Explore the Village of Teotitlan de Valle
Atzompa Archaeological Ruins Site
Tour the town of Santa Maria Atzompa

Horseback riding

Horseback riding

Get your wide angle lens out because you will need it to photograph the Tule tree. First off, it’s over 2000 jaar! Even the ancient Aztecs wrote about it. The measurement of the base is about 160 feet in circumference. Yikes! It is one of the oldest living things on this earth. After your photo opt with the ole tree, your group will travel to the town of Teotitlán de Valle. This place is famous for the artisans who weave wool rugs using natural dyes. Interestingly, about 90% of the residence who live there devote themselves to local crafts. Na de lunch, you will go to explore the smaller archaeological ruins site of Atzompa which is near Monte Alban. It was like a suburb of Monte Alban where the upper class lived, including some of the priests, and Zapotec rulers. It has a very nice 360˚ panoramic view of Oaxaca City, the Etla Valley, and surrounding area. You will also visit the small nearby museum with artifacts from the ruins site. Then your group will head into the town of Santa Maria Atzompa to explore its markets and experience its Day of the Dead celebration. You will have dinner there at one of the local restuarants. Later, everyone will travel back to the hotel in Oaxaca City.

Dag 7:
Horseback Trail Ride Adventure (2 hours)
Thrilling Zipline Ride
Afscheidsdiner

Ziplining

Ziplining

What better way to enjoy your last full day in the state of Oaxaca then to go on a fun day of adventure. You will travel east into the highlands where you will meet your well-trained horse for a backcountry 2 hour trail ride. As you may know, horses were not introduced into the New World until Spaniard, Hernán Cortéz and his men brought them from Cuba in 1519. Of course today, you will find them everywhere in México for transportation, farming, and for hauling carts. After your trail ride, it’s time for a fast adrenalin-rush zipline ride. It’s the longest in the entire state. Think of it in these terms. You will be zipping over the countryside for more than the length of 10 football fields backed up end to end. Daarna, it will be time for lunch and probably a cold beer to celebrate your new accomplishment of “flying” in Oaxaca. Later op de avond, everyone will meet for a lively farewell dinner.
Dag 8:
Depart from the Oaxaca City Airport
Travel Day Startpagina
Na het ontbijt, you can relax until its time to take a taxi to the Oaxaca Airport for your flight home. If you are joining the group going on the extra 4 day extension trip to Veracruz, you will take off right after breakfast for more México adventures.
¡Buen Viaje!


Vergoedingen


 

Annual Event!
8 Dag 7 Night Cultural Celebration

( Oktober 28 – November 4 )

$1,979.00 (USD)
volwassen
Groepsgrootte: 6 – 13
Minimum leeftijd: 12
(grotere groepen kunnen worden ondergebracht)
$1,979.00 (USD)

(dubbele bezetting)
Single supplement: toevoegen $310 USD

Includes: Airport pickup in Oaxaca City, all ground transportation, all entrance fees, private local bilingual guides, tours per itinerary, 7 nights of hotel lodgings, purified water each day, 7 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 4 dinners, tips to artisans who give demonstrations for the group

Not included: Airfare, transfer to Oaxaca Airport on day 8, meals not listed above, alcoholic drinks, travel trip insurance, trip medical insurance, tips for your main tour guides


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