Top Oaxaca Craft Classes
Saved to wishlist!
Active & Outdoor Classes
13 results | All Oaxaca Tours
Sort by: Featured
This tour to Arrazola is a great way to experience Oaxaca outside of the city center as you will immerse yourself for a few hours in the life of a typical Oaxacan craft family! Armando and his family have been creating alebrijes for generations and can trace their artistic lineage from the beginning of the art form creation. Having the opportunity to sit, learn and be creative with them is truly unique! If you're interested in authentic Oaxacan culture and art, this tour is for you!
Casa Crespo is Oaxaca in its kitchen. Tradition lives there, where chef Oscar Carrizosa, (originally from the Mixteca region) mixes the ingredients of the 16 ethnicities of Oaxaca with the original seasoning that he inherited from his grandma. It´s the perfect place to get to know the flavors and aromas of Oaxacan food in the classes that Oscar gives. To taste a good cup of coffee or a hot chocolate at Casa Crespo while getting ready for your market tour is also a good start to approach Oaxacan cuisine. Oscar, who is very friendly, also shows how to smell and identify the aromas that come of the dishes. He presents menu options and the students decide what they would like to cook. There is no fixed menu. He teaches how to cook 3 types of tortillas, 3 types of salsa, an appetizer, soup, mole, dessert and drink. Dishes that strive to remain in the taste buds and memory of those who love good eating.
places to visit: Teotitlán del Valle, Beeswax candles, Caves, and Wednesday to Sunday we will visit Mitla We will start the tour in Teotitlán del Valle, a place where the famous wool rugs dyed with natural pigments such as cochineal pigments are made and made by hand by artisan families, In this same community shell candles made with beeswax are made. our tour to the prehistoric caves of Mitla which are more than 2,000 years old and you can see cave paintings on their walls. We continue our tour, visiting a Mezcal distillery, in which you will learn the process of making the most popular drink in Oaxaca and you will be able to taste its different varieties. from Thursday to Sunday we visit Mitla Recommendations: go to breakfast beforehand, wear a hat, sunglasses, comfortable non-slip shoes or tennis shoes, bottle with water, light sweater, sunscreen, camera
Choose between different schedules, to visit the archaeological site of Monte Alban, with our Shuttle service. This is a shared service at a low cost, due to the covid contingency, access is controlled. We have 3 departure times. 9:20 am 11:00 am 12:50 pm Monte Albán is open from November 24, 2020 from 10 am to 4 pm.
Discover the pyramids of Oaxaca in Monte Alban, meaning ‘White Mountain,’ located on a vast mountaintop expanse with spectacular 360-degree views of Oaxaca Valley. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with Oaxaca City, the pre-Columbian archaeological site is considered the most magnificent of the region’s ancient ruins. On this guided tour by coach from Oaxaca, explore the complex filled with pyramids, ceremonial rock carvings, a huge ball court and 170 excavated tombs. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
From the mountaintop pyramids of Monte Alban to the Cuilapam Convent on the valley floor, learn all about the rich history of Oaxaca Valley on this guided full-day trip by coach. Discover the Zapotec pyramids and excavated ruins of UNESCO-listed Monte Alban, admire the mystical woodcarvings of San Antonio Arrazola and meet resident artisans in San Bartolo Coyotepec, a town known for its beautiful black pottery. Hotel pickup and drop-off from Oaxaca included.
The ancient Zapotec city and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Monte Alban sits about 9 miles (6 kilometers) west of Oaxaca. With this tour, explore the hilltop archaeological site with a guide and enjoy views overlooking the Oaxaca Valley. That leaves enough time to visit the artisan towns of Arrazola, Cuilapam de Guerrero, and San Bartolo Coyotepec. Plus, round-trip transportation from your hotel in downtown Oaxaca is included.
We have quality service, our guides are certified but above all we have a lot of charisma and spark in what we like to do, to pamper the traveler in order to know the wonders of our state.
Learn how to create Oaxacan cuisine at a world-class restaurant in Oaxaca raved about in the ‘New York Times’ and ‘Bon Appétit.’ During this 3.5-hour cooking class led by an expert chef-instructor, your small group, limited to just 10 cooking enthusiasts, decides which dishes are on the menu. After picking up the necessary ingredients, all fresh, from a local market, prepare your dishes back in the kitchen. Whether it’s tortillas, salsas, soup, mole, or dessert, take home exciting recipes knowing you’ll be able to easily recreate the flavors of Oaxaca.
Enjoy this tour in private service, with what we can enjoy in a more personal way, the fantastic places that this route offers. The advantages of a private tour is that you traveled alone in the vehicle, can be added to the food or visit somewhere nearby, as long as it does not exceed the contracted time. We pass by you directly from the hotel, it is a door to door service, without more people. In case of requiring more time the extra hours have an additional cost.
Montealban is one of the places you have to visit if you come to Oaxaca. With more than 2,000 years of history, Montealban is unique. In addition, you can visit the alebrijes and black clay workshops, recognized crafts of the Oaxaca Valley. You can also enjoy the architectural beauty of the former Cuilapam convent. Note: Due to the health emergency (COVID) Monte Albán has limited access by people. So, to secure entry, it is sometimes necessary to arrive earlier than the departure time indicates. Please keep an eye out for pickup time updates.
Our service is younique! Let us take you to know what Oaxaca is through Oaxaca Dreams. We`ll make you fall in love.
One day that is all for you, to relax and to receive deep nourishment for your body and soul. This will be a fun day in a very beautiful paradise spot , a day for you to relax, disconnect from the world and reconnect with your inner self.
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
What are the best Craft Classes in Oaxaca?
The best Craft Classes in Oaxaca according to Viator travelers are:
What Craft Classes in Oaxaca are taking additional safety precautions?
These Oaxaca experiences are providing additional COVID-19 safety measures:
- Flavors of Oaxaca: Cooking Class with No Set Menu and Local Market Tour
- Teotitlán rugs-Velas / Mezcal / Cuevas (Wednesday to Sunday Mitla) pick up 8:00 am
- Shuttle Monte Alban
- Monte Albán cradle of civilization in America/half day tour pick up 8:00am
- Monte Albán, Arrazola, Cuilapam y San Bartolo Coyotepec. pick up 8:00am
What Craft Classes in Oaxaca are good for avoiding crowds?
These hidden gems in Oaxaca may have limited interaction with crowds:
- Art & Culture
- Art & Culture Classes
- Art Classes
- Craft Classes
- Traditional Wellness
- Classes & Workshops
- Active & Outdoor Classes
- Food & Drink Classes
- Wellness Classes
- Food & Drink
- Likely To Sell Out
- Outdoor Activities
- Tours, Sightseeing & Cruises
- Tickets & Passes
- Unique Experiences
- Seasonal & Special Occasions
- Travel & Transportation Services
- Oaxaca Culture Museum (Museo de las Culturas de Oaxaca)
- Tamayo Museum (Museo Tamayo)
- Copalita Ecological Park and Ruins (Parque Eco Arqueológico Copalita)
- Mexican Turtle Center (Centro Mexicano de la Tortuga)
- Maguey Bay (Bahía Maguey)
- Zipolite Beach (Playa Zipolite)
- Playa La Entrega (La Entrega Bay)
- San Antonio Arrazola
- Copalita River (Río Copalita)
- Huatulco National Park (Parque Nacional Huatulco)
- San Bartolo Coyotepec
- Tangolunda Bay (Bahía Tangolunda)
- Cuilapam Convent (Convento de Cuilápam)
- Cascadas de Llano Grande (Llano Grande Waterfalls)
- 20th November Market (Mercado 20 de Noviembre)
- Chachacual Bay
- Benito Juarez Market (Mercado Benito Juarez)
- Things to do in Puerto Escondido
- Things to do in Central Mexico
- Things to do in Guerrero
- Things to do in Western Highlands
- Things to do in Acapulco
- Things to do in Taxco
- Things to do in Mexico City
- Things to do in San Pedro La Laguna
- Things to do in Panajachel
- Things to do in Central Highlands
- Things to do in Pacific Highlands
- Things to do in Jalisco
- Things to do in The Cayes
- Things to do in Riviera Maya & the Yucatan
- Things to do in Guanacaste and Northwest