Oaxaca life, Responsible Tourism

Tour with Nonprofit En Vía Modeled Empowerment

Riveted Kids is a great new organization that runs family and kids’ camps around the world. This summer, they brought 7 bright young girls to Oaxaca and En Vía was lucky enough to get involved. Kymber Waltmunson, co-coordinator of Riveted Kids and mother of one of the tour participants, helped collect different perspectives to give us… Continue reading Tour with Nonprofit En Vía Modeled Empowerment

A front view photo of a colorful mural on one of the streets in Santo Domingo Tomaltepec. On it, a face, a bird, a cat, and a sign that says UNIDAD POPULAR.
Entrepreneur profiles, Oaxaca life, Santo Domingo Tomaltepec, Volunteering

El Amor y El Viento

por Tiffany Nguyen Tiffany is a fourth-year undergraduate at the University of Texas at Dallas, and she is studying public and nonprofit management. She interned with En Vía this summer, and she fell in love with Oaxaca! She hopes to come back soon to visit all the great people she met while in Mexico. After… Continue reading El Amor y El Viento


Kidzone: Exploring Oaxaca With Children

Words and photographs by Ehren Seeland Historical, gastronomical and cultural are a few of the attributes commonly employed when referencing Oaxaca, however another descriptive also rings true: child-friendly. From museums and workshops, to adventure outings and cultural learning experiences, there is an impressive selection of activities at the ready for families who are visiting the… Continue reading Kidzone: Exploring Oaxaca With Children