El Dia del Amor y la Amistad is Mexico's unique and charming holiday, celebrating all of the people you love and cherish!
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Just another reason to love it here! Carnaval is an official Mexican holiday. A five-day celebration prior to the start of Catholic lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday. Commencing the weekend before Ash Wednesday, Carnaval is an exuberant celebration of parades, music, dancing, floats and...
All volunteer job and donations from travelers, are greatly appreciated by local people. There are many organizations with projects to help communities.
The streets of downtown Isla Mujeres always offer souvenir shops with colorful merchandise displayed in their doorways and along their sidewalks, creating a vibrant hub for purchasing seashells, Maya-inspired dresses, sarongs, and endless other options to take home from your stay on the island.
Mexicans love to celebrate the holidays. Here are a few of our favorite holiday rituals to help increase happiness, success, fortune and love in the new year.
The Riviera Maya jazz festival, Riviera Maya Film Festival and many other events have become popular for holiday vacation-goers as part of their planning.
The French and Italian Renaissance inspired homes are more like palaces that single family dwellings. Casa Gemelas, the twin houses, are the starting point of Paseo Montejo and the architectural journey found on this famous Merida avenue.
A Brief History of Mariachi Pants (Pantalones de Charros)
This holiday is celebrated in the Riviera Maya but local events are not announced until the day before or the day of. What is a guarantee for this celebration is Xcaret’s Festival of Life and Death, an evening event explains the history, cultural aspects and celebrations of this national festival day.
Mayan communities in the Yucatan still honor traditions with cultural dresses. Women wear these colorful and decorative dresses each day.