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Hierve el Agua, Mezcal Tasting, and Teotitlan del Valle Tour from Oaxaca

Highlights
  • A combo tour to Hierve el Agua and Teotitlán del Valle
  • Enjoy free time to explore Mexico's stunning petrified waterfalls
  • Top off your visit with a free tasting of local mezcal varieties
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Hierve el Agua, Mezcal Tasting, and Teotitlan del Valle Tour from Oaxaca
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Hierve el Agua, Mezcal Tasting, and Teotitlan del Valle Tour from Oaxaca
US$ 32.99
Overview

Hierve el Agua, a set of calcified mineral deposits that have hardened to resemble cascading waterfalls, is one of Mexico’s most spectacular natural attractions. During this exciting combo tour from Oaxaca, you’ll enjoy free time to dip in the mineral pools before heading to a local mezcal producer for tastes of the powerful brew. Top off the day with a visit to the traditional weaving town of Teotitlán del Valle.

What to Expect

Hierve el Agua—“the water boils” in Spanish—is one of only two petrified waterfalls in the world. The bubbling, hardened mineral deposits are shaped like two cascading rock formations, making the site one of Mexico’s most captivating natural attractions.

Once worshipped by the indigenous Zapotec people, the waterfalls can be difficult to reach by public transportation. On this convenient and action-packed combo tour from Oaxaca, enjoy a convenient hotel pickup with plenty of time to admire the stunning natural wonderland.

Dip in natural mineral pools and stroll through the calcified landscapes. Then, head to a local mezcal producer for a tasting tour of the sweet and fiery regional brew, including different flavored shots. After enjoying free samples, top off the visit with a firsthand peek at the traditional weaving town of Teotitlán del Valle, where Zapotec textile techniques have been passed down over the generations.

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Reviewed yesterday
Way too rushed

I did this tour and it was way too rushed. We only spent an hour at Hierve el agua and considering you have to hike to get down to them it wasn't enough time at all. Overall you have very little time at each location....More

Thank alli_sun_t
Reviewed 10 July 2018
Amazing tour with Miguel

My wife and I booked the tour with only the TripAdvisor reviews to go on, and it was even better than we had hoped for. Miguel picked us up right on time and informed us that we'd have a "private tour" because we were the...More

Thank Joe B
Reviewed 21 April 2018 via mobile
Great trip and good friendly guide

We took the trip in April: our guide was very friendly and spoke good English ( unfortunately we don’t speak Spanish - yet). We enjoyed a short hike around the petrified waterfall, a cup of fruit from a local vendor ( delicious ) and a...More

1  Thank swinka12
Reviewed 2 April 2018
The most wonderful time!

This was such a special day. We had the most amazing trip and I'm so glad we went. All parts of it were wonderful but Hierve el Agua is really the star of the show here. Two tips, IF you decide to do the hike...More

Thank Lala1275
Reviewed 20 March 2018
Awesome views, great swim!

We went on a Wednesday during spring break. The van picked us up at 9ish so we got there about 30 minutes prior to what looked like kids from a school field trip. It was not crowded at all. There were dressing rooms, showers, and...More

1  Thank BcImHappy
EnjoyOaxaca, Director Comercial at Enjoy Oaxaca, responded to this reviewResponded 21 March 2018

Thank you for your comments, we strive to be punctual so that the return is on time. We hope to have you again with us. Greetings from Oaxaca!

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redmobious14
18 July 2018|
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Response from Lala1275 | Reviewed this property |
We were at Hierve el Agua for a few hours. Probably at least 3-3.5? They offer a hike or you can hang out at the pools. The mezcal tasting was maybe an hour?
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Sonia M
4 April 2018|
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Response from Paul B | Reviewed this property |
It was 7-8 hours. Returned between 5 and 6 pm
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