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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Bahias De Huatulco

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Oaxaca has long been considered a gem in southern Mexico, a Spanish colonial city with indigenous Zapotec roots.

With the soul of an ancient heritage, nurtured in a landscape of exceptional beauty,OAXACA [wah-HAH-kah] is a place of such warm-heartedness and vitality that you will instantly feel welcome.

Oaxacainfo.com provides details on visiting Oaxaca, including information on restaurants, markets, and special events.

A great choice for those seeking the authentic Mexico, Oaxaca City has largely escaped Cancun-ification. With fewer tourists, you'll have the city to yourself as you enjoy its restaurants and markets. Oaxacan folk art is a popular draw, and you'll find a huge selection of handmade pottery, textiles, and wood pieces, as well as an up-and-coming gallery scene. The city's traditional foods, particularly thick, spicy mole sauce, can be found in restaurants and food stalls all around the region. Visit Central de Abastos and Benito Juarez Market, Oaxaca's fantastic major markets, for traditional Oaxacan foods and crafts.

The ocean from Bahis De Huatulco,  large festivals and parades are major components of Oaxaca's colorful culture.

According to a survey published by Travel & Leisure® magazine, Oaxaca is the very best destination in Mexico, Central and South America. Readers listed Oaxaca as one of the seven best destinations in the world, along with Sydney, Rome, Florence, Bangkok, Cape Town and New York.

Oaxaca sees approximately 311 days of sunshine per year.

The annual average temperature is 82 degrees Fahrenheit during the day with average lows at 45 degrees Fahrenheit at night. The evenings are often cool enough for a light sweater or jacket. The rainy season lasts from mid June until mid September. Rainfall is usually a quick shower in the afternoon during siesta and occasionally during the night. With low humidity, soft breezes, and year-round spring-like temperatures anytime is a good time to visit Oaxaca.

Passports are now required for air travel to Canada. If you choose to drive, you must present a passport or both a government-issued photo I.D. and proof of citizenship, such as a birth certificate. For more information on planning an off-peak sojourn, visit Tourism Toronto and download the site's free visitor's guide before you go.

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