Our Tours

Introduction to the Tours
General Trip Information
Survivor's Testimonials
The Staff of Traditions Mexico
About Traditions Mexico
A Primer on Mexican Bus Travel
Chiapas Tours
Cultura Maya
Day of the Dead
among the Maya
Festival Maya
Oaxaca Tours
Murex, Silk,
and Threaded Flowers
Day of the Dead Oaxaca:
The Return of the Souls
Dia de los Muertos
Celebrations in the
3 Valleys of Oaxaca
Profound Oaxaca: Textiles
Pottery and Living Arts
Fiber Arts
of the Oaxacan Coast
Food and Festival
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Welcome to Traditions Mexico, Cultural Journeys

Small group, meticulously crafted cultural tours and workshops among the ancestral potters, weavers, and rural folk artists and artisans of indigenous Oaxaca, Chiapas, and Michoacan, Mexico.

From a gathering of traditional Mayan weavers, the ritual dances of a Zapotec festival or a steaming pot of broth over the fire in a Tarascan kitchen, our backcactus tours immerse you in the lifeways of the little known, culturally diverse world of southern Mexico.

Our tours introduce you to the people and places of another land, another way and another pace. Traditions Mexico takes you across that cultural gap. We bridge that gap by creating encounters around common interests such as pottery, weaving and food creation, or immersing ourselves in the goings on of a local festival. In this way we share and participate, creating a two-way exchange and a dynamic encounter, breaking down the barrier of us and them and creating magical moments of what we believe much of travel is about; people meeting people with their eyes wide open.

Check our tour schedule to learn more about our offerings or contact us at traditionsmexico@yahoo.com to arrange a custom tour for your group.

Monte Alban, Oaxaca,Mexico
Adventure Travel Tour Association

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