Mexico Tapestry Making
Local Medicinal Smoke
Enjoying Freshly Made Tortillas
Starting to make a tortilla
Large Huatulco Cactus Field
Mexico Tortilla Making Process
Local Walkwal with a Ceiling of Branches
Enjoying the Tour
Huatulco Food Being Prepared
Fresh Authentic Mexican Tortillas
Cactus for Medicine
Mexico Brick Making
Time Required: About 5 hours
Departure: Your resort or hotel
$50 USD each, or $45 each with 4 person minimuc – Water, sodas & entrance fees Included
Group rates may be requested
Are you tired of touristy tours and excursions that show you all the highlights, but do not really give you a true feel of what Mexico is all about? If so, the Huatulco Town & Traditions Tour is for you. This excursion skips all the normal touristy stops and brings you to a rural town to experience what life is really like in Huatulco.
Piedra de Moros, Huatulco Community
Your tour will take place in the Piedra do Moros Community. It is locate approximately 4 km north of the 200 highway, towards the Huatulco International Airport. The food, the culture & the people there will give you a true taste of authentic Mexican culture. This is likely on the top of the best huatulco tours to gain a true Mexican experience.
Making Tortillas – Huatulco Town and Traditions Tour
As you can see in the video above, you will be given the chance to learn how to make an authentic Mexican tortilla. Afterwards, you will be able to enjoy eating the best tortilla you have ever tasted, knowing that it was your hands that created it.
Unlike the modern industrial world, bricks are made by hand in rural Huatulco. See the process of how they are created, and try your own hand at it if you like.
Tapestry, blankets, rugs & more are made in Piedra de Moros. Watch the weaving process, and learn the art that has pretty much been forgotten in our modern world. You could even purchase a woven product to support the local business & have a great souvenir to bring home.
Huatulco Nopal Cactus Fields
The Nopal Cactus is a perfect crop for Huatulco. With it’s ability to survive in low moisture areas, it is a low maintenance crop that has many benefits. It is used in shampoos, salads, juices, beauty creams, and many other products.
If true Mexican Culture is what you want to experience, the Huatulco Town and Traditions Tour is a must see.
Each Tour Gives 10% to Better the Community
Alfonso was absolutely wonderful and informative on our private "three levels of Huatulco" tour. We even made an unscheduled stop at the Museum of Oaxacan Art in La Cruceceta where my wife purchased a beautiful hand made tapestry. His time is your time on a...More
We were a group of 6 that arrived by cruise ship & met at the port by Alfonso. We went to the waterfall where we, climbed through the hole in the rock to the back of the waterfall. Amazing. Lunch was delicious. What a fabulous...More
If you're in Huatulco you have to take a tour led by Alfonso. Whether it's his Waterfall Adventure, Boat Tour, or one of the many other options he leads, you will have the most authentic and exciting experience. The waterfall was a beautiful hike with...More