Book a great tour and follow the Mezcal Route that will lead you to the beautiful Petrified Falls, also known as Hierve El Agua. You can dip into the natural pools in the top of the falls.
Afterwards, you’ll be taken to the maguey plantations, where the precious liquor is made. The Mezcal has a very old tradition and it’s becoming a trendy drink in upscale bars.
The last stop before returning to Oaxaca is the town of Teotitlan, famous for the carpets they made using ancient techniques of weaving and painting.