Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, Monte Alban sits on a 1,300-foot high hilltop in the Valley of Oaxaca
Oaxacan mole negro is a sophisticated, rich, and silky sauce.
Incredible aroma, taste and texture
Complex blend all roasted ingredients, dry chiles, vegetables, spices, fruits, nuts and seeds.
The Guelaguetza Festival is a celebration in which representatives from the many communities of Oaxaca come together and celebrate the diversity of their traditions and cultures. The state of Oaxaca is home to 16 different ethnolinguistic groups and is incredibly diverse. For the Guelaguetza, members of these groups gather wearing their traditional clothing and perform folk dances that are particular to their region. At the end of the dancing, they throw items to the crowd, products that come from the region they represent.