Posts in Category: Holidays, Fairs & Festivals

Day of the Dead in Mexico Explained

What is Day of the Dead? Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is an often misunderstood holiday celebrated… Read more »

La Guelaguetza – Unique Vacation Experiences in Oaxaca, Mexico

La Guelaguetza: A Unique Vacation Experience in Oaxaca, Mexico Visitors to Oaxaca, Mexico, can enjoy a wide variety of cultural… Read more »

The Christmas Season and Holidays in Mexico

Holidays in Mexico begin by observing the religious traditions on December 12th and does not finish until February 2nd. Filled with posadas, Noche… Read more »

Dia de los Muertos in Mexico

Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is an often misunderstood holiday celebrated in Mexico. It originated from… Read more »

ATMEX Adventure Tourism Fair in Chiapas

The 2015 International Adventure Travel Mexico Fair (ATMEX) is just around the corner and this year it will take place… Read more »

Time to Plan for La Guelaguetza Festival in Oaxaca

La Guelaguetza, meaning “offering” and “mutual exchange of gifts and services” in the ancient Zapotec language, is a festival that gives thanks to the gods of corn and celebrates the acts of giving and sharing.

Easter in Mexico – Semana Santa and Pascua

Easter in Mexico is a two-week holiday consisting of Semana Santa (The Holy Week, beginning on Palm Sunday and ending… Read more »

Guanajuato International Film Festival

Travelers who love a good flick and Latin American culture will be rewarded by traveling to Guanajuato, Mexico over the summer for… Read more »

Carnival Celebrations in Mexico

This week, people all over the world are starting their Carnival celebrations (known as Mardi Gras in the USA). The… Read more »

Cancun and Riviera Maya March Festivals

March 13-16, 2014: Cancun-Riviera Maya Wine and Food Festival Cancun and Riviera Maya join together for the third year in… Read more »

Holiday Season in Oaxaca

It is an incredible time to be in Mexico as one gets to experience profound and unique traditional unlike the… Read more »

International Festival of Mayan Culture 2013

México, DF, August 6, 2013- The environment and the ancient Mayan knowledge about ecosystems and their interaction with humans will be… Read more »

The Story of El Grito and Mexico’s Independence Day

Millions will kick off the celebration next Wednesday at 11pm with “El Grito,” the traditional cry of: “Viva México!” But how many understand the actual history of this ritual? Here is a brief, yet interesting, description of the historical events that sparked Mexico’s war of Independence.

Cancun – Riviera Maya Food and Wine Festival 2013

Click here to view information for Cancun – Riviera Maya Food and Wine Festival 2014 Cancun and Riviera Maya join… Read more »

Travel Trade Show 2013: Tianguis Turistico Puebla

Puebla is gearing up for the 38th Edition of the Tianguis Turistico — Mexico’s most important travel trade show. The… Read more »

Holidays in Mexico and the History of the Traditional Nativity Scene

If you’re planning on visiting Mexico during the holidays, you will be sure to come across the traditional Nativity scene…. Read more »

The Best Cooking Vacation to Mexico for Winter 2013 is in Oaxaca

Are you thinking about your winter vacation?  If you’ve never been on a culinary vacation, you’ve been missing out. Mexico… Read more »

Where to Vacation in Mexico in December

As December approaches, the vibrant traditions of Mexico come to life in new ways. In a country with strong historical… Read more »

Christmas in Mexico: Rich in Culture and Tradition

If you’re planning to spend the Holidays in sunny Mexico this season, you’ll trade any chance of snow for a… Read more »

Mexico Culture Travel: Dia de los Muertos en San Miguel de Allende

Mexican culture exudes spirit and vitality that truly comes to life during the El Dia de los Muertos celebration, a… Read more »