Mexican Holidays and Traditions in Baja
We have the background of this legendary event coming this fall to Cabo. One of the wildest and sexiest parties in Cabo.
Some background about the holiday to celebrate family and ancestors. Not a thing macabre about it...
Insider author Linda Neil takes a look at one of the most misunderstood local holidays and what it means in Mexico.
Day of the dead in Cabo San Lucas is this except from C. M. Mayo's book capturing the essence of Baja.
Celebrating the Revolution of 1917, that brough Mexico the current edition of government.
The celebration of the event that bonded Catholic and Mexican traditions.
Celebrated in unique ways down here. Christmas trees are more common now
Known as the Flor de Noche Buena in Mexico you see them everywhere during the holidays.
The Day of the Kings, or Twelfth Night celebrates the Gifts of the Magi to the baby Jesus.
The holiday marks the end of the Christmas season in Mexico. If you got the baby you buy the tomalies.
Background on the revolution, the intrigue, betrayal & heroism that shaped Mexico
Carnaval La Paz 2012 is Feb 16 to Feb 21. Parades are Sun-Tues. Don't miss this event.
Feb. 24th is Mexican Flag Day learn the history of the Mexican flag and the celebration.
Often hailed as the Abe Lincoln of Mexico and the first Indio president, his day is March 21
Pretty much the rest of the working world celebrates Labor Day on May 1
Celebrates the victory against the French and the beginning of Mexican liberation.
La Paz Founder's Days – May 6
The second largest celebration on the La Paz social calendar is Founder's Days.
The greatest outdoor activity weekend in the Mexican vacation calendar ends Easter
A revered holiday in Mexico as it is in the US, Mexican Mother's Day is coming up.
"The Cry" for freedom of more than 200 years ago Sept 15, brought independence.
Since pre-Columbian times it celebrates the connection between the living and dead.