One of the most photo and travel worthy states in all of Mexico, Oaxaca has something for everyone. From deserted beaches to archeological digs to culture bursting out everywhere, Oaxaca is a place to be experienced.
Sunrise at the Ex-Convent of Cuilapan de Guerrero
Building K on the Gran Plaza at Monte Alban
Atzompa! A sister site to Monte Alban, minutes from the capital city.
A wide shot of Monte Alban looking south from the North Platform.
Guelaguetza! And the dance of the Flor de Piña.
Hierve del Agua, part of the natural beauty of Oaxaca
The Temple and Ex-Convent of Santo Domingo de Yanhuitlán.
Planted agave fields are evident all across Oaxaca.
The heart of mezcal. Agaves ready to be cooked, mashed, fermented and distilled.
Carrizalillo Beach… according to locals, the best beach in Puerto Escondido. And only 162 steps down to the sand.
The water source for Huatla de Jimenez, five hours from Oaxaca City.
Forests high above Oaxaca City in the Sierra Mazateca.
Sunset at the Temple of Santo Domingo de Guzmán, in the heart of Oaxaca.
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