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Destination-Based Trips

These trips are introductions to particular regions, such as Oaxaca, Chiapas or Yucatan. They serve as an excellent overview of the people, land, food, past civilizations, flora and fauna of the particular destination:

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Textiles & Traditions with Los Amigos del Arte Popular

Veracruz, Chinantla, Oaxaca & Tehuacan, Puebla
Visit El Tajin, the Museum of Anthropology in Xalapa and attend the 4th Textile Festival, featuring the textiles of Veracruz! In addition, this trip will take us on an extraordinary journey into a region rarely visited in Oaxaca’s Papaloapan Basin. The natural landscape is varied, between lush tropical (think mangoes and pineapples) to higher elevations where coffee grows and deciduous forests begin.

Craft Traditions of Oaxaca with Cabot’s Pueblo Museum, September 14-21, 2018

Based in Oaxaca City, we’ll explore Oaxaca, and the surrounding communities of the Central Valleys. Communities such as: San Bartolo Coyotepec, known for its black pottery; San Martin Tilcajete, for its whimsical carved wood “alebrijes” and to Teotitlan del Valle, where we will meet extraordinary weavers and dyers in this legendary “tapestry” weaving town….

Introduction to Baja California!

Baja California is a singular physical landscape, that has equally singular expressions in food and a burgeoning micro-wine industry. Join us to experience the best of Baja’s cuisine, wine and craft beers in Tijuana, Tecate, Valley of Guadalupe, Ensendada and more! Meet chefs, vintners and others involved in the region and learn why the food style, as coined by one chef, is known as “Baja Med“. Join us!

Slow Food, Slow Fashion: The Art of Slow Travel

Ark of Taste & Presidia Tour, Culinary History & Culture in Veracruz, Oaxaca and Puebla. Food and culture in Veracruz, La Chinantla, Oaxaca and Puebla. Learn of ancient Ark of Taste foods being preserved in Mexico. Experience the regional cuisine, meet fishermen and experience the singular “Caldo de Piedra” that…