In Mexico, Christmas is not merely a one day event. For almost a month the entire nation is filled with festivities, songs, laughter, good food, and many “Feliz Navidad’s” (Merry Christmas in Spanish). In fact, from December 12th to January 6th Mexico’s various celebrations, ceremonies, and traditions are kept.
If you’re thinking about visiting Mexico, you might automatically think of crowded beaches in Cancun. However there’s a long list of things to do in Mexico that you might not know about. From the culture to the nature, there’s a vast array of opportunities for you to explore. You just have to decide what you have time for!
There is never a wrong time to hold a celebration, and one of the more popular celebrations in the United States is Cinco de Mayo. Cinco de Mayo, which is Spanish for the fifth of May, is a celebration of freedom, democracy, and Mexican culture. The event stems from Mexican victory over the French during the American Civil War. Interestingly enough, the event is more popular in the U.S. than in Mexico. Regardless of where you are, however, we have the best ways to celebrate the occasion with friends, family, and the community. [Read more…]