Posts Tagged: Oaxaca

Time to Plan for La Guelaguetza Festival in Oaxaca

La Guelaguetza, meaning “offering” and “mutual exchange of gifts and services” in the ancient Zapotec language, is a festival that gives thanks to the gods of corn and celebrates the acts of giving and sharing.

Holiday Season in Oaxaca

It is an incredible time to be in Mexico as one gets to experience profound and unique traditional unlike the… Read more »

Nature Conserving and Eco-Friendly Travel

Industry reports show that most travelers are starting to expect destinations to be environmentally friendly/involved and most importantly hotels to… Read more »

Posted In Ecotourism, Oaxaca

The Best Cooking Vacation to Mexico for Winter 2013 is in Oaxaca

Are you thinking about your winter vacation?  If you’ve never been on a culinary vacation, you’ve been missing out. Mexico… Read more »

Culinary Vacations – Master Chef Trip to Pre-Hispanic Mexico

Culinary Vacations – Master Chef Trip to Pre-Hispanic Mexico

Sampling the local cuisine in a culinary vacation is one of the best (and tastiest) ways to immerse yourself in… Read more »

Top Adventure Travel Trips in Mexico

Top Adventure Travel Trips in Mexico

Adventure travel trips and tours in Mexico are one of our specialties at Journey Mexico. For those of you planning adventure… Read more »

Ecotourism in Mexico – Top 5 Tours

Ecotourism in Mexico – Top 5 Tours

At Journey Mexico, we take a responsible approach to tourism. In addition to luxury vacations, we offer the best options… Read more »

A True Oaxaca Alebrije

#MexicoToday – During our recent visit to Oaxaca for the Mexico Today program, Chase and I experienced a  total cultural… Read more »

Mexico Today in Oaxaca

Mexico Today in Oaxaca

#MexicoToday – Last week we posted about how Jessica Seba and I were chosen to be a part of the… Read more »

Black Pottery in Oaxaca: A True Travel Experience in Mexico

Journey Mexico has always prided itself on offering travelers true travel experiences, meaning you’re not going to visit Oaxaca and… Read more »

Our Mexico: Culture

Our Mexico: Culture

The second of our Our Mexico web-ad series focuses on Culture in Mexico (click here to view the full ad)…. Read more »

Posted In Media
Southern Mexico: Day 4

Southern Mexico: Day 4

After breakfast, we traveled to the Tlacolula Valley for the weekly Sunday tianguis, which is one of Oaxaca’s oldest and… Read more »

Posted In Media, On the Road
Southern Mexico: Day 3

Southern Mexico: Day 3

Friday evening ended with a hearty, traditional Oaxacan dinner at Azador Don Vasco, overlooking the lively town square.  We were… Read more »

Posted In Media, On the Road

Southern Mexico: Day 2

Day 2 was a bit of a transit day as we made our way from Mexico City to Oaxaca, some… Read more »

Posted In Media, On the Road, Puebla
Ask JM: Guanajuato or Oaxaca

Ask JM: Guanajuato or Oaxaca

In this Ask Journey Mexico, Director of Operations, Matteo Luthi, addresses a question from The Lonely Planet’s Thorn Tree Forum… Read more »

Deepening the Culinary Experience in Oaxaca

Deepening the Culinary Experience in Oaxaca

JM president, Zachary Rabinor, recently returned from another culinary trip to Oaxaca where he was guiding a film crew who… Read more »

Mexico Has Two of Travel & Leisure’s World’s Best Cities 2010

Mexico Has Two of Travel & Leisure’s World’s Best Cities 2010

Mexico took two spots on Travel & Leisure‘s 2010 World’s Best Cities List, tying Italy for most cities on the… Read more »

The Music of Oaxaca, Mexico

The Music of Oaxaca, Mexico

On Friday, the National Post published an excellent article by Karen Ashenburg about the abundance of music and dance that… Read more »

Posted In Culture, News
Safety of Oaxaca, Mexico

Safety of Oaxaca, Mexico

Alvin Starkman wrote a great article illustrating the safety of Oaxaca, Mexico, which is currently posted on Suite101.com.  The article… Read more »

Beautiful Video of Oaxaca

Beautiful Video of Oaxaca

I just came across this video of Oaxaca that was made to celebrate Mexico’s 200th anniversary of Independence. The video… Read more »

Posted In Culture, Media, Nature