Oaxaca's summer season, from June to August, offers warm and sunny weather, with temperatures typically ranging from 70°F to 86°F. It's an ideal time for exploring the city's historic sites, vibrant markets, and local festivals. The warm and dry weather is perfect for experiencing the rich culture of Oaxaca.
Why Visit Oaxaca?
Oaxaca, a picturesque state in southern Mexico, is celebrated for its indigenous cultures, vibrant arts scene, and culinary richness. The city of Oaxaca de Juárez, its capital, stands as a UNESCO World Heritage site and a cultural hub.
Oaxaca’s landscapes feature the stunning Sierra Madre mountain range, lush valleys, and the Zapotec archaeological site of Monte Albán. Its history is deeply rooted in pre-Columbian civilizations like the Zapotecs and Mixtecs, as well as Spanish colonial influences that are evident in its architecture, including the Santo Domingo de Guzmán church. Oaxaca is renowned for traditional crafts, including intricate textiles, and pottery.