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Mitla

star-5
195 Reviews
Mon-Sun 8am-6pm
Oaxaca, Mexico

Practical Info

Mitla is located just off Highway 190, 45 km southeast of the Oaxacan capitol.Colectivos (group taxis) to Mitla can be found across the street from the Oaxaca baseball stadium, Estadio Eduardo Vasconcelos (Niños Heroes de Chapultepec and Boulevard Eduardo Vasconcelos).

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Teotitlán rugs-Velas / Mezcal / Cuevas (Wednesday to Sunday Mitla) pick up 8:00 am
Teotitlán rugs-Velas / Mezcal / Cuevas (Wednesday to Sunday Mitla) pick up 8:00 am
star-4.5
$47.57 per adult
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Good trip. Lots to learn
This ia a very good trip. Lots to see and remember. Due to the COVID-19, some of the Placer remain closes as May 2021. I hope we can return to some kind of normalcy soon.
Manuel_D, May 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Oaxaca

star-5
Great, informative tour
Anne_L, Sep 2021
Mitla, El Tule and Mezcal Tasting Day Trip from Oaxaca
The guide at Mitla was full of knowledge and passion. The mezcal salesman was not pushy and aswered all questions. The family,of weavers was very pleasant.The,tour was in english and spanish. Tule was,closed.
star-5
A must see
Susan_B, Aug 2021
Mitla, Tule, Tlacolula and Teotilán
Mitla is amazing. A must see experience. And Pablo is a fantastic guide - very knowledgeable, interesting and patient. I never felt rushed.
star-5
Excelent places and the time manage was great
Cecilia_C, Sep 2021
Mitla, El Tule and Mezcal Tasting Day Trip from Oaxaca
They came one hour prior to the time we supposed to be picked up-This van was much better quality and confortable than the one to take us to Montealban . Guide and driver was very kind, and share his knowledge.The place is awesone.The time spend in every place was right what we needed.Place to eat was good.
star-5
Highly Recommended
Emily_D, Feb 2021
Teotitlán rugs-Velas / Mezcal / Cuevas (Wednesday to Sunday Mitla) pick up 8:00 am
Antonio was the guide for our group and he was fantastic - he is a native Oaxacan, and he was a wealth of knowledge about every place we visited. A few things to note: due to COVID the Tule tree area is closed, so tour vans can only drive past it. Parts of Mitla are restricted, and the usual enormous market in Tlacolula is not taking place. We went to a bustling and fascinating food market in Tlacolula instead. I would love to come back to Oaxaca and do this tour again after COVID goes away!
star-4
Flexible and Informed
Bill, Feb 2020
Private Family Tour including Mitla, Mezcal Factory and Natural Colored Rugs
Our guide, Alex, was very flexible and responsive to our preferences. We wanted the grand tour of Mitla and got it. Alex was well informed about history and culture, not just a prepared script. We chose to go to Hierve el Agua which was a nice drive but would give high recommendation. Alex selected a lovely family textile shop in Teotitlan del Valle. And we even did a quick tour learning how to make me cal. A very full, excellent day.
star-5
Great way to spend a day in the Oaxaca region
Lisa_T, Mar 2020
Teotitlán rugs-Velas / Mezcal / Cuevas (Wednesday to Sunday Mitla) pick up 8:00 am
Bus was clean and comfortable. Tour guide and driver were both friendly. Tour guide was knowledgeable.
star-4
A very good experiance!
Bill_G, Aug 2021
Mitla, Tule, Tlacolula and Teotilán
The tour on 13 August, 2021, was quite good. The driver/guide was informative, but not real personable. He did a very good job though, having to share the info in both Spanish and English. The places we visited were great, especially the church that was having a wedding at the time. There was no water available during the trip and the stop for lunch (which was quite good and varied) was paid for by each customer. I had thought that a full day tour at USD $50 each would have had lunch provided. The rug weaving village stop was excellent and very educational. It was a full day with a lot of walking, but fortunately very few steps to climb. Another fine VIATOR tour, like the many others that we have done around the world.
star-5
Best tour in Oaxaca
JensPeter, Jul 2021
Mitla , Artesany and Mezcal Tour Private
We had a great trip - first we visit a pottery - the one that for many is the mother of making this black pottery started here and it is now her family that runs the business. Sadly, no production at this time but it was clearly another quality then we have seen in the city. Second, we visit a textile artist (learned about making colours, spin the wool, making rugs and much more). The one we visit is a famous guy and he knew a lot and loved sharing. After that we visit first a Mezcal production that was of a good size that could show us every step of the prodution. Very interesting. Last, we visit a tiny family run production that was not producing anything just now, but the owner told us so much about producing mezcal and was very charming. The guide and the driver (two persons) made it a fun and interesting trip and as we had a full day with them, we got around many topics. We are very happy we decided on this tour specific and will recommend it to everyone. Thanks to both for making a great day!!!
star-5
Amazing experience very knowledgeable guide both in English and Spanish.
Bertha_R, Jun 2021
Mitla, El Tule and Mezcal Tasting Day Trip from Oaxaca
Great accommodations very knowledgeable tour guides. Very polite and helpful as well. Highly recommend this tour company
star-5
If you have only a day in Oaxaca, do this tour!
Elizabeth_A, Jul 2021
Teotitlán rugs-Velas / Mezcal / Cuevas (Wednesday to Sunday Mitla) pick up 8:00 am
This is an amazing tour. Our guide Moises was friendly, helpful and incredibly knowledgeable. Every stop was delightful. Nelson Perez’ workshop tour was over the top. If you have any knowledge or experience with textile art, you will want to stay there all day! My friend wants to apprentice with him. The Mezcal tasting was a little “meh” as the staff was pushy, asking for tips even before we started. The village and ruins of Mitla was great. While smaller than Monte Albán, you can access more of it. The market there was generally cheaper than in the city of Oaxaca. At the candle making workshop, our guide was truly darling and she let us play with the wax and molds as long as we wished. Their products are unique and we got severa to take home as gifts. A couple of important things you should know before you go: the climb to the caves is STRENUOUS! There is an elevation gain of at least 1,000 feet in about a mile. The trail has tight switchbacks of very steep rock stairs with few hand rails. The flat stretches are covered with tiny rocks and a slip would be truly disastrous. The caves are amazing, though, and give a glimpse into life 10,000 years ago. Boots would be ideal, but we did okay in regular athletic shoes. The other thing is that if your Mezcal tour is at the “El ReyDe Matatlán”, the bathroom charges $4 pesos to get in and when we finally got in, it was dirty with very little paper inside. That part of the tour was the only disappointment and compared to the magic of everything else, it doesn’t matter.
star-5
Busy but fun!
Voyage66563728848, Nov 2019
Mitla Tour
This was a very busy trip with six stops at Tule, Teotitlan, Hierve, buffet, Mitla, and mezcal tasting, in that order. We had about the right amount of time for each activity but I wish we could have done both the walk and the swim at Hierve. You must choose one or the other. However, I don't know if they could fit more in because it was a long day as it was. Our guide, Angel, was great. He gave a lot of information and tried to keep us organized and on time. However, members of the group were late to meet up on a couple of stops which seems to always happen on tours. Although we had to pay for tickets and buffet, this tour was a great value considering the transportation, guide, and all of the activities. I would highly recommend.
star-4
Nice tour
Helen, Mar 2020
Teotitlán rugs-Velas / Mezcal / Cuevas (Wednesday to Sunday Mitla) pick up 8:00 am
Nice tour with interesting stops (best ones were Teotitlan del Valle and Hierve el Agua), also buffet lunch was good. The guide was friendly. We liked less the mezcal tasting part because there are dozens of other people and tourist buses, the site is very busy and explanation is reduced to a minimum. But otherwise good experience !