Celebrate New Year's Eve in Oaxaca

Mazunte, Mexico

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Join Bolt on the coast of Oaxaca, Mexico to ring in 2019.  Take a dip in the infinity pool set over the beach, lounge in a day bed swinging above the sand, or jump in the ocean to cool off.  Each day, you're invited to a (totally optional) local, delightful, unexpected experience, from a private whalewatching boat charter of the Bahias de Huatulco, to a temescal (native sweatlodge) ceremony performed by a local healer, to sunset paddleboarding with views over Punta Cometa.


Duration: 7 Days
Starts in: Mazunte, Mexico
Ends in: Mazunte, Mexico
Group Size: 6-14
Difficulty: 1/5

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The Pacific coast of Oaxaca: home to wide open, miles-long stretches of sand, artesenal mescal, and a thriving local art scene. Mazunte is the heart, a small town filled with music in the streets, delicious local food (mole!), and pristine beaches perfect for a swim. It's the perfect mix of laid back vibes coupled with vibrant energy to start off your 2020. 

Perched on a hill above the coast, our home for week is El Copal, a relaxed hotel hideaway with infinity pool, yoga hall, and a delicious small restaurant open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks throughout the day. Alongside our crew, expect an international crowd and stimulating conversation. The rooms are minimalist and comfortable, and built in the traditional style dating back to the indigenous Mayan culture.

One of the more geographically diverse states in Mexico, Oaxaca reaches 10,000 feet in the highlands before cascading down to lush, tropical jungle on the coast. Around Mazunte, this natural paradise is remarkably well-preserved, thanks to the local system of communal land ownership, called ejido, and there are trails throughout town, including one leading to a hidden jacuzzi pool where incoming waves smash into rocks to create a pool of effervescent bubbles.

Our exploration doesn’t stop at the end of town. We’ll venture out on a private yacht to Las Siete Bahias de Huatulco, a set of seven gorgeous bays, each a more magical snorkel spot than the last. Another day features a trip up to the mountains and a swimming hole fed by a waterfall. Or skip all of it to hang out on the beach and relax - this is your New Year’s recharge, so you decide how to spend it.


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