Oceano is our new room with two double beds, very large windows equipped with mosquito screens, fancy ceiling fan and a hammock for a relaxed beach like stay.  The Zapotec Shrine
Alfombras Dixza y granja ecológica: Sala Oceano

Habitación privada

4 huéspedes

1 dormitorio

2 camas
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Adultos
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Niños
De 2 a 12
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Bebés
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Máximo permitido de huéspedes: 4. Los bebés no suman en el recuento.
No se hará ningún cargo por ahora

Sumérjase en el estilo de vida tradicional zapoteca. Únete a nuestros talleres: tejer alfombras, tintes naturales, Temazcal (sauna), cocinar o aprender nuestro idioma nativo zapoteco. Explore el campo y el paisaje circundante a caballo o en senderismo. Te alojarás en la sala del santuario con un altar, flores, retratos familiares y decoraciones. Únase a nosotros para los numerosos festivales y tradiciones auténticas durante todo el año en nuestro pueblo!


El lugar
Capacidad: 4
Baños: 1 (Baño compartido)
Dormitorios: 1
Camas: 2
Llegada: Flexible
Salida: 12:00
Tiene mascotas: Dog(s)
Tipo de habitación: Habitación privada

Servicios

Precios
Personas adicionales $16 / noche después del primer huésped
Descuento por semana: 11%
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Lugares para dormir
Dormitorio 1
2 camas matrimoniales
Zonas comunes
1 sofá

Reglas de la casa

We have an our house if your house philosophy (mi casa es tu casa); just be friendly and respectful of the guest access areas.


Cancellations

Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 1 noche

53 evaluaciones

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Perfil de usuario de Katamaran
Septiembre de 2017
The rug-weaving experience was amazing! Additionaly the food is very good an nourishing, especially the hot chocolate. The whole family is very warm-hearted and welcoming and made my stay nice and cozy. I recommend this place :)

Perfil de usuario de Kymber
Agosto de 2017
Staying at Samuel's family farm was the highlight of our two-week trip to Oaxaca. We felt like a part of the family and learned so much from them about the culture, history, and art of the Zapotecs. My trip with Leonor and Samuel to the market to gather food to cook together was just the perfect thing to get a feel for life in Teotitlan del Valle. We even took mescal shots with some older ladies after we gathered all of our food. Our 12 year old girls dove into a weaving project with gusto and the patience of Samuel and Leonor in shepherding them through it was unbelievable. Celestino took us to see his horse and her foal and showed Beija how to ride bareback. I can't tell you how happy the girls were with the goats, chickens, dogs, and bull - that they insisted on petting despite Leonor's shouts to be careful. I can't wait to go back! If Samuel is not careful, we'll be moving in with them pretty soon and there won't be rooms to rent.

Perfil de usuario de Kiyoto
Agosto de 2017
I had a great experience getting to know Samuel and his his family's work in textile production. Samuel was very generous with his time and knowledge about Teotitlán del Valle and his home is very close to everything in the village!

Perfil de usuario de Heather
Julio de 2017
Samuel was very easy to communicate with and very responsive even though he wasn't there for most of our stay. Things we loved: His mother showing us the property and animals and taking us to the market, all the farm animals on the property, the location to town and to walk by the river. It was a little pricy for our family of four to stay in a very simple room with a shared family bathroom. This is a good place to really experience real family life in Teotitlan.

Perfil de usuario de Brenda
Julio de 2017
Take a torch to go to the bathroom at night. Try to avoid the rainy season

Perfil de usuario de Austin
Junio de 2017
The highlight of our trip to Oaxaca and Teotitlan de Valle. Samuel's family made us feel so welcome that it was hard for us to leave. My 4-year old daughter in particular enjoyed her time immensely. I could go on and on about how great this place is, but I'll sum it up by saying that if you're interested in Zapotec life and culture, this is where you want to go.

Perfil de usuario de Xochitl
Junio de 2017
I visited with my mother, my 10 month old baby girl and my friend also a woman. We stayed for 5 days with Samuel's family. WHAT a fantastic experience! We felt like we were visiting family! I'm a native of Oaxaca, but live in LA, I travel often to Mexico where I conduct historical research. This trip was special because I am now traveling with my baby. Leonor and Mario were so wonderful to us, I felt like my baby had new honorary grand-parents! My child loved seeing the animals, she was particularly fond of the rooster, the hens and the bull in the house! She also loved the rain and touching all the pebbles in the patio. Leonor and Mario were so helpful, so accommodating and so kind to us! They told us they have enjoyed being hosts and meeting people from all over the world. I can see why people would also enjoy their time in their home. They work so much, and even so, they make time to ensure that we felt comfortable during our stay. We will definitely be back--- even to just say hello. We could not have stayed in a better place. REMEMBER this is an ecological farm, in a rural part of Mexico. What they have accomplished considering the limitations such as a major drought in Oaxaca, is IMPRESSIVE! THANK YOU!

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Teotitlan del Valle, MéxicoSe registró en Mayo 2015
Perfil de usuario de SamuelSamuel es SuperAnfitrión.

I am a Zapotec from Teotitlan del Valle, I grew up herding a flock of goats or else helping my family at our rug making workshop and also farming our land. I've always been in contact with nature and doing outdoor activities, I can say I know every square mile and every path in our village from the northern montains, the low pasture lands and the cornfields.

My weaving skills lead me to get a bachelors degree in Industrial Engineering; I always liked the production aspect of rug making. After finishing my degree I realised that the industrial production system needed to turn 180° to become more sustainable. I did not hesitate to apply for a scholarship and become an agent of change pursuing a PhD on Sustainable Manufacturing at the Liverpool University in the United Kingdom.

After almost a year working at a University near Oaxaca city, I've decided to close the circle and return with my parents helping them in their farm and weaving workshop. I think that farming and weaving are elementary skills that make us human and I would like to share that with the word whilst finding new ways to make the industrial production system more sustainable.

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