- Celebrate the Day of the Dead at street parades, and gather at cemeteries for twilight vigils.
- Sample the gastronomic delights of Oaxaca on a food tour through Mexico’s culinary capital.
- Venture out to nearby villages to visit artisans and see traditional Oaxacan handicrafts.
Both intriguing and unusual, the Day of the Dead festival is a celebration of ancestors as well as a huge party, and here is your backstage pass. Join us in Oaxaca, Mexico’s artistic heartland, for a seven-day adventure that gives a truly different perspective of the country. With street dances, painted faces, incredible ruins, picturesque landscapes all around, delicious flavours, and maybe a margarita or two, it'll be easy to get into the macabre spirit of "Dia de los Muertos."
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