• Local: Oaxaca, México
  • Duração: 9 horas (aproximadamente)
A partir de USD 50,99

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Avaliado por: Sally E , Janeiro 2017

A good trip with a good tour guide, Apolo. It is a very long day, but he handled it well. As can be a problem with group tours, one member was very annoying and kept us all waiting for 20 minutes. Apolo was quite diplomatic about the situation. The highlights, in my mind, were Mitla and the weaving workshop at Teotitlan.

Avaliado por: Jessie N , Dezembro 2016

The guide was great and told us tons of great information! We loved every second and would definitely go again! Thank you!

Avaliado por: Maggie F , Janeiro 2017

The only thing was that I was told that we would be picked up and dropped off at our hotel and that didn't happen.

Avaliado por: taticostarica , Outubro 2016

Alles wunderbar: nahezu pünktlicher Start, kleine Gruppe, netter und guter Führer, interessante Ziele, angemessene Zeitplanung für die einzelnen Sehenswürdigkeiten. Die einzige Warnung an Interessierte: erkundigt Euch vorher in Oaxaca oder auf den Märkten, was Webartikel Teppiche usw. und Mezcal kostet, um eine Verhandlungsbasis zu haben, da die zunächst genannten Preise auf der Tour unangemessen hoch sind.

Avaliado por: Jessie N , Junho 2016

The sites of the tour were amazing. I only wish that we had been at hierve del agua when it was actually sunny

Avaliado por: Karien B , Dezembro 2014

Efficient and enjoyable way to see the area. Unfortunately I do not speak Spanish and almost everyone on the tour did. As a result, the guide defaulted to Spanish in stead of English. I felt that I missed out on quite a bit of commentary.

Avaliado por: Holly W , Maio 2015

The stops were all very interesting and it was timed well. The only issue that we encountered was the combination of a Spanish and English speaking tour where we were the only English speakers. They split us into two different suburbans and ours did not have an English speaking driver. He pointed out several sights to view from the car and we still have no idea what they are. The tour guide had to alternate between Spanish and English regularly, and I speak enough to know that he did not fully translate everything. Overall the tour was nice and once we got to Mitla the tour guide did a much better job of conveying the information into both languages, but I felt there was false advertising as we paid for an English tour and didn't fully get one.