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Markets, Mezcal & Mole in Oaxaca

with Stampworthy Travels

in Oaxaca City, Mexico


Bookings open Wednesday, October 23rd at 8am CT


The backstory

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Stampworthy owes much of its inspiration to the indigenous culture of Oaxaca. The city is a sensory explosion - from the rainbow Otomi fabrics I’ve used for my furniture to the smokey mezcal I’ve guzzled - not to mention rich in a unique history not found anywhere else.

It’s why I keep going back.

Earlier this year, the first Stampworthy group traveled to Oaxaca for a deep dive into the markets, the natural wonder Hierve el Agua, and artisan pueblos surrounding the city.

It sold out and went so well, we’re doing it de nuevo. You are invited to join Stampworthy for a culinary, textile, and culture genuine Oaxacan experience.

Some of the highlights include:

  • a visit to a ceramicist’s home studio in a neighboring town

  • a mezcal palenque visit

  • the stunning Hierve el Agua

  • a private tour of a female weaving co-op

  • an insider market crawl


What’s included

  • Accommodation

    Accommodation with breakfast included at Grana BNB

  • Airport Transfers

    Airport transportation to and from Oaxaca City, MX (OAX)

  • Excursion to Hierve el Agua

    Take a dip in the natural infinity pool wedged between mountains for stunning views

  • Oaxaca Market Crawl

    Explore the aisles of the incredibly vibrant markets of Oaxaca

  • Welcome Dinner

    Enjoy a welcome dinner and drinks with your fellow travelers

  • Ceramics Excursion

    Trek to a neighboring town and visit an incredibly talented ceramicist’s home studio where you’ll be able to see the process and shop for one of a kind pieces

  • Teotitlan del Valle Textiles Excursion

    Enjoy a textile experience to a female weaving co-op where you’ll see the dying and weaving process

  • Mezcal Tasting

    Enjoy a tailored tasting experience with a personal bartender at one of the highest educated mezcal bars in the city.

  • Departure Dinner at Criollo

    A send off dinner at the famed Criollo by Enrique Olvera to excited your taste buds and experience a modern take on Oaxacan cuisine

Not Included:

  • Airfare

  • Visa fees and services (for authoritative, up-to-date information please contact the Embassy or Consulate)

  • Mandatory travel insurance (proof of travel insurance purchase is required to participate)

  • Optional add-on activities

  • Additional meals and costs not previously mentioned



Room Options

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Book:

Double occupancy package

Jr suite with tub

$1,600 per person

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BOOK:

single occupancy package

Single occupancy room

$1,800 per person


Payments:

A $500 deposit per person is taken at the time of booking and the remaining amount is by due December 10th (60 days prior to departure).

Cancellations:

Any cancellations by you will result in the loss of your deposit and other monies paid to us for your trip. For this reason, we strongly recommend you have comprehensive travel insurance for every traveler within your group that includes cancellation coverage in case anything prevents them from joining the trip.


Itinerary

 
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Day 1: Arrival and Welcome Dinner

Meals Included: Dinner

Arrive in Oaxaca, MX (OAX)

In order to take advantage of the complimentary airport transfer, please ensure your arrival is between 10am-8pm.

Once you’re settled, we’ll enjoy a welcome dinner to get the group acquainted.

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Day 2: Hierve el Agua

Meals Included: Breakfast + Light Snacks

The natural infinity pool, Hierve el Agua, awaits you. Enjoy incredible mountain views as you bathe in the natural spring.

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Day 3: Ceramics & Mole

Meals Included: Breakfast + Dinner

Visit one of the best ceramicists in the Oaxacan region in his private home studio. Yes, you can buy his one-of-a-kind pieces to bring home.

Learn to make the traditional Oaxacan mole in a private home.

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Day 4: Textile Lover’s Dream

Meals Included: Breakfast & Lunch

Venture out to a neighboring town and meet a female co-op for a dying and weaving demonstration in this world-class textile city. You’ll see the intricate steps and details in the creation process of incredible rugs and other woven textiles.

Finish off the day with a tailored tasting experience curated by a personal bartender at one of the highest educated mezcal bars in the city.

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Day 4: Market Crawls & Meat Halls

Meals Included: Breakfast + Dinner

After your breakfast, we take to the the streets of Oaxaca to begin our market crawl with a local.

Enjoy a farewell dinner at the famed Criollo as you say farewell to your new friends made in Oaxaca.

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Day 6: Adiós

Meals Included: Breakfast

Get in your last minute tlyaudas and textile purchases. You’ll be driven to Oaxaca City Airport (OAX).

 

TERMS & CONDITIONS

Documents, Personal Identification, Vaccinations
Traveler is responsible for all required travel documents including passport, visas, entry or exit fees, and vaccinations. Traverse does not cover the cost or assist in obtaining any of the above, and reserves the right to collect information on all.

Photography & Videography
By agreeing to Stampworthy Good’s Booking Terms and Conditions, the Trip Participant gives Stampworthy Goods permission to use photos taken of him/her during the trips for promotional purposes and in any other medium Stampworthy Goods chooses.

Acceptance of Risk
By booking with Stampworthy Goods, the Trip Participant acknowledges that he/she is aware of associated risks with such unique travel and agrees to release, indemnify, and hold harmless Stampworthy Goods from any and all liability and responsibility arising out of, resulting from, related to, and/or caused in whole or in part, by bodily injury, illness, or death, whether such was the result of intentional or unintentional acts.