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The Ethnobotanical Garden of Oaxaca exhibits hundreds of live plant species, all native to Oaxaca. Planting began in 1998 with plants coming from different regions in the state of Oaxaca; such as arid, humid, low tropical and high mountainous...more
All reviews english tour hour tour native plants interesting garden garden tour two hours on tuesdays plant life oaxaca state santo domingo church take photos botanical gardens english speaking wear a hat bring water tour group cultural center
You’re not allowed to walk these on your own. You must take a tour. We took the 50 peso Spanish tour that was to last one hour. On a few days of the week for 100pesos you can take a two hour English tour. My...More
We took one of the English speaking tours which are only offered 3 times per week.
Our guide was knowledgeable about the plants and trees but at times it was difficult to understand him and sometimes too much information. I would have preferred an audio...More
I have to admit that though this museum was on my to-do list, it was not at the top of the list. But we were free on a Saturday (tours in English Tu, Th and Sat at 11AM) that wasn’t incredibly warm so we decided...More
I absolutely loved the Ethnobotanical Garden, I went on a Spanish language tour, but they do have English tours (although slightly more expensive). A 100% must to get those perfect insta shots, but be prepared to wait for everyone to have a clear photo!
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You can only visit by taking a tour-- the English tour is the longest one at 2 hours, but all the information is really great. I am fanatical about plants but my husband mentioned that even if you aren't you should go to the Ethnobotanical...More
Every year when I visit Oaxaca I always go the botanical garden (behind the Santo Domingo church). This is fabulous, only the plants from all over the state of Oaxaca and designed beautifully. It is also very well cared for and you can only visit...More
The place is well maintained and the trees are beautiful! you can only access during the tours they run along the day (10, 12 and 17 hours) but it is worth it. The ticket is only 50 pesos per person and 30 pesos for students....More