Oaxaca DIA DE LOS MUERTOS Edition - October 20th to November 10th, 2024
Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime event in the heart of Oaxaca, as we collaborate with OUTSITE for an unforgettable Dia de los Muertos.BOOK YOUR TRIP
Embark on a transformative three-week journey to the heart of Oaxaca, Mexico, as NOMA Collective collaborates with OUTSITE to curate an unforgettable Dia de los Muertos experience for digital nomads. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Oaxacan culture, where ancient traditions meet modern connectivity. This unique adventure combines the thrill of remote work with the beauty of cultural exploration, allowing you to celebrate Dia de los Muertos while continuing your professional pursuits. Explore the vibrant streets of Oaxaca, indulge in exquisite cuisine, and participate in age-old rituals that honor the dearly departed, all while staying at a top-notch accommodation. Outsite Oaxca is the perfect place to call home-away-from-home with private rooms, well-equipped kitchen, co working spaces and so much more. Walk around the neighborhood and rub shoulders with the locals over tlayudas, tacos de birria and mole, all washed down with sweet agua fresca - you'll need to stop at Pasillo del Humo for dinner too. Alternatively, duck into one of the city's blink-and-you'll-miss-it bars for small-batch mezcal and ice cold beers. There's been a new-wave of chefs, artists and creators in recent years, making the city a hub for food, drink and events. Join NOMA Collective and OUTSITE for a dynamic fusion of work, community, travel, and celebration in one of Mexico's most enchanting regions.
Experience Dia de los Muertos
Watch the city of Oaxaca come alive with colorful traditions during Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Día de los Muertos in Oaxaca is renowned for its elaborate celebrations and this bucket list trip isn’t one to miss, with adorned altars, marigold painted cemeteries and parades through the street that honor departed loved ones.
Explore Oaxacan Cuisine
Explore the ancient Zapotec archaeological site of Monte Albán, located just outside of Oaxaca City. This UNESCO World Heritage site features impressive pyramids, tombs, and temples, offering a glimpse into the region's pre-Hispanic history.
Visit Monte Albán
Oaxaca is a culinary paradise, known for its unique and delicious cuisine. Don't miss the opportunity to savor local specialties like mole, tlayudas, and mezcal. Visit bustling food markets like Mercado Benito Juárez and Mercado 20 de Noviembre to sample a wide variety of traditional dishes.
Coliving in private accommodation with en suite bathroom
Prime location close to restaurants, bars and bakeries
Preloaded local data sims
Community manager onsite
Lounge areas & outdoor patio
Fast, reliable wifi
Curated events itinerary
Dia De Los Muertos events
A/C in all bedrooms
2 yoga classes per week
Airport pickup and drop off
Guest led workshops
Excursions (additional cost)
Group family dinners (additional cost)
Access to private Slack channel with 400+ worldwide members
Not Included In The Price
Food & beverage
Sip, don't shoot Mescal
When you step into a mezcal bar, remember that this distilled agave spirit is potent, typically with an alcohol content of 45% to 50%. To savor its unique aromas and flavors, it's best enjoyed slowly. Visit a traditional mezcalería like In Situ to relish the artisanal mezcals at your own pace.
Pack Comfortable Walking Shoes
Oaxaca is a highly walkable town with picturesque streets, markets, and attractions tucked around every corner. To fully enjoy the city's charm, bring comfortable walking shoes. You'll find yourself exploring cobblestone streets, ancient ruins, and vibrant markets with ease, ensuring you don't miss out on any of Oaxaca's hidden gems.
You'll Be Staying Here
Central and spacious home with old-world charm, recently renovated for modern travelers. The high ceilings and airy hallways keep the space cool, and an outdoor patio sits in the heart of the property. There's a shared kitchen, workspace and lounge area, complete with fast Wifi throughout. Members can take advantage of the fully equipped kitchen, or Oaxaca's favorite bakery, Boulenc, scheduled to open this year.
What is a typical week?
A typical week at NOMA Collective in Oaxaca offers a dynamic blend of work and cultural exploration. Digital nomads begin their days with focused work sessions, making use of the accommodating workspace. Beyond work, the week unfolds with immersive experiences, including visits to local attractions like the historic Oaxacan markets, the vibrant streets of Oaxaca City, and participation in the vibrant celebrations of Dia de los Muertos. The trip encourages deep dives into Oaxaca's rich culture, cuisine, and traditions, making each week a unique fusion of professional growth and authentic cultural experiences in one of Mexico's most enchanting regions.
Do we need to attend all events?
No! None of the events are compulsory. We include events that suit everyone and help to create bonds within the community. We suggest that everyone attends the family dinner as its a great way to meet the whole group and welcome any new arrivals, but you can opt out if you'd like.
How many people are on the trip?
There are 17 private rooms in the accommodation.
Do I need a job to come?
Yes you do! We are a community that host and facilitate remote workers all around the world bringing a change to their 9-5 work schedule.
What flights are needed to get there?
All you need to do is get a flight to the international airport in Oaxaca; Oaxaca International Airport.
How will I get from the airport to the property?
Once landed in Oaxaca, Noma will be waiting to pick you up and take you back to the house.
What is the public transport like?
Public transportation in Oaxaca is characterized by a variety of options that cater to all needs from buses, to taxis and shared taxis, as well as pedal powered rickshaws.
Where is the nearest hospital/medical centre?
There are a plethora of medical centers all over the city that are accessible if needed.
What is the cancellation policy?
Any cancellation of reservations or portions of reservations MUST be received in writing.
● 45 days or more prior to arrival = 100% refund of deposit, less 20% cancellation fee (of total trip price) + US$100 processing fee.
● 0 - 45 days prior to arrival = No refund
● No show = No refund
● All shared accommodation is non transferable
Due to the above it is HIGHLY recommended that all clients purchase “trip cancellation insurance” in order to cover a possible cancellation of 45 days or less of your itinerary.