Do you want to know the five Magical Towns of Oaxaca? After touring its capital, we recommend you continue exploring the state for its wonderful Magical Towns, where you will find extraordinary places, landscapes and traditions. Magical Towns of Oaxaca Huautla de Jiménez In the Mazateca region, drawn by the vegetation that rises and falls...
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Jalapa del Marqués
The town of Jalapa del Marqués in Oaxaca was intentionally flooded 50 years ago on January 1, 1961, to build a dam that was filled by the Tehuantepec and Tequisistlán rivers. Meanwhile, the population living there was relocated on the banks. An old sepia-colored photograph shows the Dominican church in Jalapa del Marqués days before...
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Villa de Zaachila
Villa de Zaachila has a cultural wealth in tangible and intangible vast heritage, being one of the municipalities that the “Magic Route of Crafts” embraces. The tourism industry in this town has huge potential, for this reason, it must have a tourist assistance module. The President of the Committee in charge of this route in...
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oaxaca ecotourism
Writer and Canadian sportswoman Nicola Ross holds workshops in Canada to promote ecotourism and the advantages and attractions offered by the mountains of Oaxaca to those who love hiking or trekking. “The hiking is fabulous, the food excellent and the accommodation amazing,” said Ross, who highlighted the attractions that Oaxaca offers such as walking from...
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