Copy of Catrina (or Catrín) Make-up at Tlayudona

The Catrina is an iconic Mexican character created by the cartoon artist Jose Posada about 100 years ago as political satire and a commentary on issues of social class in Mexico, which was later popularized by Diego Rivera’s paintings. Over time, the complex history of this figure has had many significances, but has ultimately come … Read more

Day of the Dead Market Trip and Altar Building in Yatareni

Day of the Dead is such a precious time in Oaxaca, and this experience has been designed to live its beauty and significance in the most profound way possible… family style. In this new experience, our awesome local translator Claudia will take you home to her family to witness how Day of the Dead is … Read more

Day of the Dead Vocho Mural Tour

This unique little gem of an experience takes you out in Frida Vochida, which we assume to be Oaxaca’s only vocho with its own Instagram account, to the village of Zaachila to tour some of the best Day of the Dead murals. Frida’s dad, Tra, who’s a history buff and aficionado regarding things like murals … Read more

Day of the Dead Photoshoot in Marigold Field

Don’t miss the chance to enjoy a professional photo shoot! You’ll explore the most beautiful field of marigold flowers and capture the experience in stunning photographs. Whether you’re traveling as a couple, family, group of friends, or even solo, this is a cool and unique way to get a treasured souvenir of your stay in … Read more

Catrina (or Catrín) Make-up at Tlayudona (12- 1:30 p.m.)

The Catrina is an iconic Mexican character created by the cartoon artist Jose Posada about 100 years ago as political satire and a commentary on issues of social class in Mexico, which was later popularized by Diego Rivera’s paintings. Over time, the complex history of this figure has had many significances, but has ultimately come … Read more

Catrina (or Catrín) Make-up at Tlayudona (2- 3:30 p.m.)

The Catrina is an iconic Mexican character created by the cartoon artist Jose Posada about 100 years ago as political satire and a commentary on issues of social class in Mexico, which was later popularized by Diego Rivera’s paintings. Over time, the complex history of this figure has had many significances, but has ultimately come … Read more

Catrina (or Catrín) Make-up at Tlayudona (10- 11:30 a.m.)

The Catrina is an iconic Mexican character created by the cartoon artist Jose Posada about 100 years ago as political satire and a commentary on issues of social class in Mexico, which was later popularized by Diego Rivera’s paintings. Over time, the complex history of this figure has had many significances, but has ultimately come … Read more

Celebrating our Ancestors with Altars and Mezcal

Join us in Tlayudona’s great new centric space to celebrate our ancestors through the creation of a Day of the Dead altar and mezcal tasting. Our host, will greet you in Tlayudona and you’ll head to one of Oaxaca’s smaller local markets, in which you’ll be guided through purchasing the components of a traditional Day … Read more

Day of the Dead Altar in Etla

Day of the Dead is such a precious time in Oaxaca, and this experience has been designed for you to get to experience its beauty and significance in the most profound way possible… family style. We are going to start the day with a grand Oaxacan welcoming in the village of Etla, complete with hot … Read more