Without a doubt, the highlight of our time in Oaxaca has been our time by the sea. The Oaxacan coast is one of Mexico’s most beautiful natural resources. It is here that having your own vehicle really comes into its own. Oaxaca is, for the most part, not as developed as other regions in Mexico and much of the coastline is made up of isolated beaches unreachable by public transport, without hotels, shops, restaurants or holiday-makers. We have put together a list of some of our favourite beaches we had the pleasure to explore over the course of two months on the coast of Oaxaca.
Everything you need to know about overlanding Oaxaca’s Huatulco National Park including how to get there, where to stay, what to do, what to bring with you and connectivity.
In a city where you are spoiled for dining choices deciding where to eat in Oaxaca is quite a challenge.
We’ve done the leg work and found the best bars in Oaxaca for every type of boozer. Find out where to find the best craft beers, mezcal, cocktails, and wine.
Choosing the right place to eat can be overwhelming, so we put together our favorite places to eat in Puerto Vallarta. No more wondering where to eat and more time eating!
One thing people have come to closely associate with Mexico Día de Muerto, the Day of the Dead celebration. And within Mexico, the city of Oaxaca is renowned for its authentic and vibrant Day of the Dead festival. This is our guide to experiencing the Oaxaca Day of the Dead 2021.
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