BECOME AN ARCHEOLOGIST FOR A DAY

Learn Through Play ! LEARN THROUGH PLAY: LITTLE ARCHEOLOGISTS Hands-on curated thematic cultural activities for kids in the comfort of your own space! Our Learn Through Play options: Little Archeologists includes: All materials necessary to curate an engaging afternoon for budding archeologists, from a mini “dig” to the construction of your own pyramid. Your kids … Read more

Not Your Average Art Walk

Not Your Average Art Walk Oaxaca wouldn’t be… “Oaxaca” without its colorful murals, eye-catching graffiti, and thought-provoking protest art lining the streets. It’s one thing to admire the aesthetics of these public pieces. But,  Who is this art intended for? What are its objectives? What are some of the differences between private and public art? … Read more

Women in Mezcal: Talk and Tasting

Women in Mezcal: Talk and Tasting This experience follows our Covid Protocol. Please make sure to read it over and only reserve this experience if you´re in complete agreement with the terms. Tlayudona is pleased to present to you this awesome opportunity to try 3 mezcal varieties with Sosima from Fanekantsini.  Sósima, a 4th generation distiller, … Read more

Open Air Mezcal Immersion: Miahuatlán

Open Air Mezcal Immersion: Miahuatlán This experience follows our Covid Protocol. Please make sure to go over our protocol and to only reserve an experience if you´re in complete agreement with the terms. We will arrive at the palenque at approximately 10:30 a.m., where the maestro distiller and his wife will receive us with an almuerzo/typical … Read more

Hidden Gems Of Oaxaca Architectural Stroll

Hidden Gems Of Oaxaca Architectural Stroll This event is led by the architect and restoration specialist Flor Cantón. We’ll be discovering the footprints left by Oaxaca’s fascinating history as we take a walk around the city’s center.  This tour delves into an exploration of often-overlooked or seemingly “hidden” gems throughout the downtown area. Do you … Read more

Cooking in the Campo: Carne Asada

Cooking in the Campo: Carne Asada This experience follows our Covid Protocol. Please make sure to read it over and only reserve an experience if you´re in complete agreement with the terms. This experience was born from our visitors’ request to experience “carne” the way it’s done in the villages. Venture out to Yatareni with Tlayudona … Read more

Cooking in the Campo: Tortillas and Salsa from Scratch

Cooking in the Campo: Tortillas and Salsa from Scratch Come spend the day with us in the beautiful campo of San Agustín Yatareni as we learn to make tortillas and salsa completely from scratch. This process, called “nixtamalización”, is just one of the ancestral culinary treasures that we tend to replace with mechanized processes in … Read more

Food Sovereignty: Oaxacan Corn

Food Sovereignty: Oaxacan Corn Corn is the staple ingredient that the rest of Oaxaca´s diet revolves around. Join us in this exploration of its importance, its vast biological diversity, and its cultural significance in Oaxaca in our collaboration with Xub Maíz. During this theory-turned-practice experience, you will receive an introduction to the instrumental role that corn … Read more

Tejate: The Pre-Hispanic Cacao & Corn Energy Drink

Tejate: The Pre-Hispanic Cacao & Corn Energy Drink This experience follows our Covid Protocol. Please make sure to go over our protocol and to only reserve an experience if you´re in complete agreement with the terms. Tejate is a corn and cacao-based drink traditional to the state of Oaxaca.  It originates back from the pre-hispanic era … Read more

Quesillo Making in the Pochote Market

Quesillo Making in Etla Everyone say “Cheese” For this experience, we are going to see our favorite vendors from the Pochote Organic Market, Andrea and Noé.  We will meet at their cozy central Pochote market location, where they utilize their neighbor’s cow milk to make their own quesillo, queso fresco, and requesón. You will get … Read more