The interesting destinies to experience in this route are Monte Albán, Santa María Atzompa and Arrazola. Monte Albán is considered World Heritage by UNESCO, which is amazing  and the most important archeological site of the Valley of Oaxaca. Santa María Atzompa is a small town where some families work on Green-glazed earthenware, making beautiful crafts.  People in Arrazola, work on carved woods creating fantasy and amazing creatures full of colors, best known as Alebrijes.


*Monte Albán + Santa María atzompa

The activities to do on this trip are the followings:
First,  I will meet you in the center of the city. Next, we will depart on the trip toward Monte Albán, the most important archeological site of the Valley. There, I will tell you part of its history and the most important facts about it. Then, we will visit a workshop of a family who work on the green pottery in Santa María Atzompa, who will show and explain you the process to get a beautiful piece. In addition to this, you have the choice to make your own pottery piece paying an extra fee of $100 mexican pesos to the artisan for the material. I am a flexible host, so I can adjust times or extend them according to your interests and needs.
Finally, we will have lunch in a cozy restaurant where the typical oaxacan food is cooked like moles, memelas, coal cooked quail, oaxacan typical tlayudas, empanadas, refilled chillies of grasshoppers or minced beef with veggies. Or you can taste the local lamb barbecue that some families just cook it on Saturdays and Sundays.
This trip includes 1 bottle of water, 1 mezcal, 2 curaditos or crema de mezcal.
* This trip does not include the cost of admission to the archeological site and the lunch neither.

* Monte Albán + Arrazola

The activities to do on this trip are the followings:
First,  I will meet you in the center of the city. Next, we will depart on the trip toward Monte Albán, the most important archeological site of the Valley. There, I will tell you part of its history and the most important facts about it. Then, I will drive to Arrazola, mostly known as cradle of the Alebrijes. The Alebrijes are carved wood figures transformed into fantastic creatures. So, we will visit a family who will explain you everything about the Alebrijes. Let me tell you that the artisans support their families by the sales they do.  However, you have the choice to make your own Alebrije, the cost of the piece depends on the size that goes from $80 to $350 mexican pesos that is paid to the artisan who also gives you the paint and help.
Finally, we will have lunch in a cozy restaurant where the typical oaxacan food is cooked.
This trip includes 1 bottle of water, 1 mezcal, 2 curaditos or crema de mezcal. 
* This trip does not include the cost of admission to the archeological site and the lunch neither.