MotoDiscovery celebrates Dia de los Muertos

girl in a dress for day of the dead
Woman dressed in traditional clothing celebrating
Dia de Los Muertos
OAXACA 
The Day of the Dead Celebration
Dia de los Muertos.
Oct 29 – Nov 7, 2022
Photos By MotoHank
 The tradition is deep. It existed 3,000 years ago in Mesoamerica, an annual celebratory reunion with the departed. It would blend with European observance of All Souls Day with the 16th century arrival of Spanish Conquistadors and Christianity. The result is something unique on a global scale. Nowhere will you find this more authentic, than in the Central Mexico region of Oaxaca (wha-ha-ka).  MotoDiscovery invites you to join us to witness and participate in this remarkable Mexico event. But space is limited, and early commitment is essential. Call your friends and sign up today.

The ride.    Past participants commented that the Oaxaca Day of the Dead provided a couple of the best riding days they’ve ever experienced. Truly, the twisting Sierra Madres that descend to the Pacific Coast is in the top five riding roads in Old Mexico. Two nights on the beach near Huatulco and then another dramatic day of riding as we climb back towards Oaxaca via another route. This is a MotoDiscovery Road Tour, paved all the way. Have questions about these tours? Ask us!

The style. It’s important to you. It is important to us. The MotoDiscovery reputation rests on the foundation of great service, the finest of accommodations, open menu dining and a commitment to offering the best possible motorcycle touring experience. Referrals and testimonials available on request.

Colorful Mexico Day of the Dead Traditions
Day of the Dead in Mexico is a celebrated event. On the plaza in Oaxaca.