Tierra Aventura is an ecotourism project that also aims to contribute to the improvement of the quality of life and economy of the indigenous communities that live in the Sierra Norte de Oaxaca through a model of sustainable adventure tourism .
To do this, our expert guides in extreme activities organize scheduled excursions through the villages, beaches and mountain scenery of the state. We take the tours through hiking, guided tours through villages, thematic tours, circuit tours canopy , mountain bike tours , among others.
In addition, for all those who visit us in the winter months, they will also have the opportunity to make one of our whale watching trips to see up close stunning gray and humpback whales.
Publicizing the traditions and customs of Mexico to tourism, it is the best way to care for and protect both the natural landscapes of our region and the people who have lived in these places for generations. < / p>
In Tierra Aventura we have day trips to trips of several days. We take care of all the details to make this experience unforgettable. We want to get you closer to "real" and authentic Mexico.
For nature and animal lovers, seeing a whale up close in their natural habitat may be one of the most important experiences of their lives. In Tierra Aventura we take you on excursion , we will make whale watching on the shores of the Mexican Pacific in the state of Oaxaca.
Leaving from Mazunte, we have the boat and the guides that will take us to the sighting area. This excursion only takes place between the months of December to March, since they are the dates on which the gray and humpback whales migrate from the north to the Mexican Pacific coast.
In the boat we will approach as much as possible. You cannot forget your camera because they will take you an image that is unique and unique . Gray whales are the largest within this species.
Enjoy an excursion along the coast and spend a day on our beaches.
In Tierra Aventura we invite you to know an unknown Mexico and that very few tourists know in the Sierra Norte of the state of Oaxaca . To do this, we organize 1-day or multi-day excursions through different nature scenarios.
The Tierra Aventura guides work with scheduled excursions to the following mountain and nature destinations:
- Common Villages: Llano Grande, Coyote Pass, La Iglesia Cave, Cuajimoloyas, La Natividad, Amatlan and Latuvi.
- Sierra Mixteca: 2-day excursion in Santiago Apoala.
- Beach : Excursion along the Pacific coast in Mazunte.
These excursions are scheduled all year. You can join the one that interests you most.
On each tour we will be doing interpretive hiking, knowing the flora and fauna of each place.
We will admire impressive waterfalls, go into some caves with original shapes and reach the tops of the highest mountains . Each step is an adventure.
If you like horse riding or want to experience it for the first time, in Tierra Aventura we offer you an exciting adventure in the Sierra Norte of the state of Oaxaca.
We organize a guided ride where you will be accompanied by specialized riders in the Latuvi, Lachatao area until you reach Amatlán. We will pass through a wooded area where nature will give us incredible images. < / p>
This route has always been a passageway for indigenous people who had to cross from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific coast through the central valleys of Oaxaca . We will get to know colorful villages and learn a lot about the communities that inhabit the region.
This tour lasts 1 day . You can also take a guided walk or complement your excursion in a 2 or 3 day package with visits to other towns of the Common Towns.
Tierra Aventura is a company specialized in adventure tourism in the state of Oaxaca. Among our many tours and tours , we offer you a cycling tour through the Central Valley of the state of Oaxaca.
Our mountain biking expedition has a duration of 1 day . We will take advantage of the day to get to know the different Zapotec communities around roads, country roads and some mountain routes.
The path begins in the famous millenary tree of Tule . In a group and accompanied by an expert guide we will pedal along the ancient route of the Camino Real to Lachigolo and Tlacochahuaya where we will visit ancient churches and the archaeological site of Dainzu. p >
The tour ends in the population of Teotitlan del Valle , where we can learn about the craftsmanship of this place directly in their workshops.
If you are fond of extreme emotions, in Tierra Aventura, in addition to excursions and tours, we also take you to experience the best adventure activities. Therefore, we organize a special excursion so that you can be alerted from one of the best zip lines in the region.
We moved to the town of Benito Juárez, where on the top of the mountain there is an incredible platform from where we are going to throw ourselves in a zip line that crosses over a canyon.
Feel like you fly and experience the vertigo of descending at full speed above the void, leaving at your feet an incredible landscape of forests, flying above trees and abundant vegetation.
This zip line is operated by highly qualified personnel , in addition to using the best safety equipment.
Don't think about it anymore, come visit us and join our excursions. Oaxaca is culture, tradition and adventure.
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Tierra Aventura, as a company specialized in ecotourism and adventure tourism, we also offer guided tours to the indigenous peoples and communities that best represent the most entrenched traditions of our Mexico.
In Tierra Aventura we want to contribute to the development of the neighboring communities and also protect the environment where we work. Therefore, the best way to do this is to make known to all our visitors and friends the daily lives of the neighbors of the Common Towns.
Many of these communities still maintain beliefs and traditions that have passed from generation to generation since pre-Hispanic times. This is the "real" and authentic Mexico that we announce.
For this we organize excursions with very small groups. We will get to know these communities and villages closely by visiting their churches, monuments, craft workshops and knowing what they eat and how they live. We can even participate in pre-Hispanic ancestral rituals.
Are you prepared to know Mexico in a different way?