Visit some of Huatulco's highlights, like a traditional artisan workshop where crafts are made on a wooden loom. Taste some mezcal and other Oaxacan specialties, spend free time shopping, and end your day with gorgeous ocean vistas.
What to Expect
Visit a traditional artisan workshop where local artists create hand-woven cotton clothing, rugs, hammocks, and carpets using wooden looms.
Then, learn how the legendary Oaxacan liquor of mezcal is produced. Choose from 25 varieties and have a sample of this traditional spirit. Try more Oaxacan specialties like grasshoppers toasted in salt and chili, mole, and Oaxacan chocolate.
Visit the church dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe, the most beloved and adored by Mexican Catholics. See the one of the largest paintings of the Virgin Mary on the roof of a downtown church. The Jose del Signo painting features many symbols of the Spanish and pre-Hispanic cultures found in religion.
Spend some free time browsing the shops around the main square. Discover a wide variety of handcrafts created from wood, silver, and black pottery–all representative of Oaxacan culture and traditions.
Finish your tour with 2 spectacular viewpoints. First, overlook the beautiful bay of Santa Cruz, followed by an amazing view of the resort area of Tangolunda Bay. Have your camera ready to capture the scenery forever!
- Guided tour, • Round trip transportation from your hotel
What's Not Included
- Optional gratuities
Know Before You Go
This tour requires a minimum of 4 passengers to operate.
Cancellations within 48-hours of your tour and no shows will not be refunded. You may reschedule your tour within 48-hours at an additional cost of $15 per person payable directly to the local supplier. Rescheduled tours are subject to availability.