Step into the fascinating world of the Day of the Dead, a colorful and often misunderstood Mexican celebration.

Discover the true essence of this vibrant tradition through our unique and private experiences. Immerse in the rich cultural heritage as you explore the intricately decorated altars, visit colorful cemeteries, and engage with local communities and families in Oaxaca, Mexico City, Michoacan, and the Yucatan Peninsula. Uncover the beauty and significance behind this heartfelt celebration as you witness firsthand the deep connection between life and death in Mexican culture.

Our sample itineraries are designed to lead you through authentic experiences, sharing stories and insights to deepen your understanding of this mystical celebration. Join us on this unforgettable adventure and create lasting memories as you embrace the magic of the Day of the Dead in Mexico.


Use the itineraries below to generate ideas for your vacation. Each itinerary is completely customizable and can be extended on either ends of the proposed activity days.

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5 Travel Itinerarie(s) Found

Day of the Dead in San Miguel Allende: An Enchanting Celebration of Souls

Days: 7

Enjoy the ultimate seven-day adventure to celebrate an authentic Día de Muertos in the UNESCO World Heritage city of San Miguel de All... read more »

Day of the Dead Celebration in Mexico City

Days: 4

Embark on a captivating 4-day journey through Mexico City, immersing yourself in the vibrant traditions of the Day of the Dead. Explore... read more »

Day of the Dead Celebration in Chiapas

Days: 5

Live an authentic Day of the Dead experience on this unique 4-night trip in central Chiapas. Experience Mexico´s sought-after celebrat... read more »

Day of the Dead in Oaxaca

Days: 7

Make 2020 the year you experience the incredible Day of the Dead celebrations in Oaxaca. This one-of-a-kind festival – which celebrat... read more »

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10-day Ultimate Day of the Dead Celebration in Mexico

Visit Mexico during the Day of the Dead Celebration (Día de Muertos) to experience this colorful, intimate holiday of love, loss, and ... read more »