Day of the Dead – A Mexican Cultural Journey

Embark on an immersive 11-night journey through Mexico, staying in superior, first-class accommodations and traveling in luxury with private, air-conditioned coach transportation. Begin your adventure with a visit to a women’s graphic arts workshop, where you’ll witness the creativity and talent of local artisans. Explore the ancient ruins of Monte Albán with a guided tour, and delve into the art of ceramics with a visit to a local community known for its pottery.

Experience the vibrant Day of the Dead celebrations, a cultural highlight of your trip. Discover the art of alebrijes with a visit to a workshop, and indulge your taste buds with a Oaxacan chocolate workshop. Visit the important archeological site of Mitla and explore an ecotourism project to learn about sustainability efforts in the region. Conclude your journey with a relaxing Oaxacan boat tour, taking in the scenic beauty of the area. Throughout your journey, enjoy the expertise of an English-speaking guide and the convenience of included entrance fees, interior flights, airport transfers, and the dedicated service of a Women’s Travel Club Tour Host.

Inclusions and Highlights

  • 11 Nights superior, first-class accommodations
  • Transportation by private, luxury air-conditioned coach
  • Daily Breakfasts, 9 lunches and 3 Dinners
  • Visit a women’s graphic arts workshop
  • Guided tour of Monte Albán
  • Visit ceramic community
  • Visit the master potter workshop
  • Visit Alebrijes workshop
  • Day of the Dead Celebrations
  • Visit weaving cooperative studio
  • Oaxacan chocolate workshop
  • Visit Mitla’s important archeological site
  • Visit ecotourism project
  • Oaxacan boat tour
  • Entrance fees
  • English-speaking guide
  • Interior flights
  • Airport transfers
  • Women’s Travel Club Tour Host

**Prices are subject to change and availability. Space is limited and activities and specific hotels are subject to change. Travel insurance is strongly recommended.

Details & Pricing


Double Occupancy: $7599 CAD per person (sharing a room) – approx. $5600 USD
Single Occupancy: $9899 CAD per person (your own room) – approx. $7300 USD

If you would like the double occupancy rate but don’t have a roommate, we will match you with a suitable roommate. The single occupancy rate will give you your own room. Single occupancy may be limited. CAD = Canadian dollars. USD = United States of America dollars. Conversion to USD is approximated by current exchange rates and is subject to change. You will be charged in CAD and your bank may charge a slightly different rate or fee.

Payment Schedule
Payment of $500 is due at the time of booking.
A second payment of $2000 is due on April 20, 2025
Final payment due – August 25, 2025

*All payments are non-refundable Please see full terms and conditions. Prices are subject to change based on availability.

Activity Level

Low-moderate Moderate Activity. Some shorter walking tours have stops.

Group Size

Minimum: 8 members
Maximum: 16 members


  • International Airfare
  • Visa and passport handling fees
  • Meals not listed in itinerary
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Gratuities
  • Optional Activities
  • Expenses of a Personal Nature
  • Early check-in and late check-out of hotel
  • City taxes paid locally
  • Travel Insurance

Roommate Matching Policy

Roommate matching is done as a courtesy, and while most matches result in wonderful friendships, success is not guaranteed. If, during the tour, you decide you would no longer like to share a room with your roommate, you will need to request (and pay for) a single room at all accommodations. This can be shared between the two people in the room if it is a mutual decision. If you are a very light sleeper or snore, you may want to consider getting your own single room.

Flight Information

The Women’s Travel Club recommends booking flexible or refundable air tickets when possible.

Arrive to Oaxaca, Oaxaca International Airport (OAX) at any time on or before the first day of tour.
Depart from Oaxaca, Oaxaca International Airport (OAX) – the last day of the tour.

If you would like assistance booking international flights for your tour, please use the form below. The Women’s Travel Club Flight Desk will work with you to arrange the best options.
Our flight management fee is CAD 100.00 + HST per tour.
Flight Quote

Travel Insurance:

Out-of-country medical insurance is required. We strongly recommend that you obtain cancellation and interruption insurance to protect your investment.
Use this link to request an insurance quote.

Insurance Quote


Hotel Boutique Na'ura

Hotel Boutique Na’ura, located just 2 blocks from the main square, features colonial-style architecture steeped in history. The guest rooms, spacious and elegantly styled, boast rich historical details and modern amenities.

At Asunción, guests can indulge in a delectable array of homemade Oaxacan cuisine, while La Petrona bistro café offers authentic Oaxacan coffee.

For relaxation, guests can access the pool and sunbathing terrace.



Hotel Don Cenobio Mitla

Hotel Don Cenobio Mitla is centrally located in the town of Mitla, offering guests easy access to local attractions. The hotel’s architecture, approximately 80 years old, showcases the region’s materials, with partition walls, wooden beams, and reeds contributing to its rich design. The guest rooms are spacious and beautifully decorated, featuring vibrant colors and unique décor elements.

Guests can dine at Restaurant Mitla for a satisfying meal or visit La Favorita Cafeteria for a lighter fare, including cakes, sandwiches, and hot dogs, accompanied by a drink of their choice. Bar El Zapotec, located in the estate’s gardens, offers coffee and a variety of regional, national, and imported drinks. Additionally, guests can relax by the swimming pool, enjoy snacks at the snack bar, and participate in various activities, including traditional tours and visits to local markets.

Hotel Villasol Puerto Escondido

Hotel Villasol Puerto Escondido is situated in Puerto Escondido, just a short distance from Club Bacocho. The guest rooms are vibrant and adorned with traditional decorations, offering a comfortable stay with modern amenities.

Guests can indulge in traditional flavors with an Oaxacan twist at Bugambilias, which provides a spacious yet cozy dining experience. Alternatively, they can dine at Pez Gallo for breakfast, lunch, or dinner in a relaxed atmosphere. Club Bacocho offers additional amenities for guests to enjoy, including a pool, paddle tennis and tennis courts, a games area, and the Pez Gallo restaurant.

Quinta Bella Resort

Quinta Bella Resort is located along the stunning Bays of Huatulco, on the coast of Oaxaca, a mere 225 kilometers from the city of Oaxaca. The hotel boasts 44 guest rooms designed to offer an intimate experience, each providing breathtaking views of the bays of Huatulco and our lush gardens.

The hotel features a variety of dining options to cater to every palate. Agave restaurant offers guests an artistic experience and an exploration of ancient traditions. At restaurant Marea, guests can enjoy breakfast with a stunning view of the beach, and during the day, they can savor unique seafood flavors. Otto offers a fusion of Franco-Mexican haute cuisine, cooked over wood or charcoal, with suggested meat and wine pairings. Forno specializes in authentic Italian pizzas with thin crusts cooked in a wood-fired oven, among other dining venues.

Additionally, the hotel boasts a large, modern gym fully equipped for guests’ fitness needs, as well as a spa offering facials, manicures, pedicures, and various treatments.


Through our own clients and networking clubs we have realized a general desire for women to travel but they don’t always have a companion. We developed the Women’s Travel Club for these women to have a fun and safe group to travel with. We offer a wide range of destinations, so that there is something for everyone.

We have women of all ages, with the average being 45 to 65 years. However, we do have regular travelers anywhere from 30 years to over 80 years of age.

We do not include international flights in the price of our tours. Not including the cost of international flights in the cost of the tour allows members the flexibility to get the flight schedule, price and class of service that best suits them. The Women's Travel Club flight desk will be happy to help arrange your international flights.

Yes, we always negotiate the best possible single supplement rate for our trips. Single spots fill quickly and may be limited so we suggest you book early for a single spot.

Yes, each of our booking forms has an area for you to request to be matched with a roommate. We get some general information that will help us match you with a great new friend.

To enter Mexico, you must present a valid passport and a duly completed tourist card (Multiple Immigration Form). Carry documents to prove the purpose of trip, such as hotel or tour booking confirmations, as immigration officers may request them.

In October, Mexico is the transition from summer to winter, resulting in varying weather conditions across the country. The weather in Mexico in October is generally warm, although the temperatures can vary on the region. The average daily temperatures in Mexico in October can range between 20°C (68°F) and 28°C (82°F) However, the temperatures can be higher in coastal areas and lower in mountainous regions.

Make sure that your shots are up to date before you go to Mexico. Some recommended vaccinations include measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, varicella (chickenpox), influenza and others.

Oct 27 - Nov 07 2025

Tour Level: Classic Tours,

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