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Two Days hike in Sierra Norte (Cuajimoloyas -> Latuvi -> Amatlan)

I did two days/1 night hike in Sierra Norte end of May (Cuajimoloyas -> Latuvi -> Amatlan) I... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
San Francisco, California
Amazing time in an amazing place

My friend and I did a two day 1 night hiking trip and we’re so impressed by the views... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Laura E
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The Pueblos Mancomunados of the Sierra Norte of Oaxaca constitute one of the most outstanding examples of community social organization in Mexico. Their Nature trails integrate a network of more tan 100 kilometers of rural footpaths and country...more
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I did two days/1 night hike in Sierra Norte end of May (Cuajimoloyas -> Latuvi -> Amatlan) I booked my hike via Expediciones Sierra Norte website and we agreed that I will pay half of the price when I get to their office in Oaxaca...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My friend and I did a two day 1 night hiking trip and we’re so impressed by the views, accommodation but most of all the people and guides we met in all the villages! They provided a great insight into rural life in the villages...More

1  Thank Laura E
Reviewed April 21, 2018

I absolutely loved my visit to Pueblos Mancomunados ! From Tlacolula, you can only to the village Cuajimoloyas by public transport and from Teotilan del valle, you can get by transport to Benito Juarez. If you want to go to a different village, either you...More

1  Thank Bianca M
Reviewed April 14, 2018 via mobile

We had a fabulous experience with 4 day hike with Expediciones Sierra Norte. The cabanas far exceed anything I have ever experienced on trails in the States, down right luxurious by hiking standards. Beautifully sited with great views, super clean, tiled floors with lovely hot...More

1  Thank Virginia L
Reviewed March 31, 2018

WIsh I'd got a guide and I don't often say that. The trip was great solo but watching other groups I was envious. Only did an overnight stay but it was worth it and I did join in with other groups who were very polite...More

1  Thank UrbanDrifter
Reviewed March 25, 2018

We did a 2 day, 1 night trip. We were picked up in Oaxaca and did hiking and stayed in village of Llano Grande. Our guide Celestino was kind, knowledgeable and great company on our walks. We learned alot about the Zapotec people and ate...More

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Reviewed February 21, 2018 via mobile

Not only would this trip have been fantastic alone, but it was made even better by our amazing guide and translator, Azael. He is both professional and friendly with the biggest smile. He was aware of our comfort and a joyful companion throughout our entire...More

2  Thank Matthew S
Reviewed February 10, 2018

This is an amazing way to get to see the landscape and meet the people who live in these communities. We hiked for 6 days and loved it even when it rained...The hikes were very enjoyable and our guides were great!! Will do it again!

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Reviewed December 28, 2017 via mobile

We hiked four days around the Pueblos Mancomunados (with Expediciones Sierra Norte). The scenery is amazing, with vegetation changing with altitude. The culture in the villages is probably best experienced with a guide.

1  Thank Yvonnemos
Reviewed November 25, 2017

My friend & I spent a self-guided week in the Pueblos exploring every little town by foot. Although the guiding agencies refuse to give you specific directions if you don't use a guide, if your intrepid enough and ask a lot of questions to the...More

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February 7, 2018|
Response from Yvonnemos | Reviewed this property |
I think that would be easiest from Benito Juarez. Try to bring a map or get some general directions, since trials are not always very well marked. Have fun!
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