Each year around Halloween we start to hear about Día de los Muertos (Day of the dead). We see altars decorated for ancestors and those fun, and yummy, sugar skulls. But what is this celebration really about? Here are 5 things you never knew about Día de los Muertos.
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This year marked the 10th anniversary of the Festival of Life and Death at Xcaret park, and we were lucky enough to attend! Each year this festival is held in the Riviera Maya and brings people from all over to celebrate in the traditions of Día de Muertos. Let us give you a look into the… Read more »
Day of the Dead; if you studied Spanish in any American high school the probability of you having heard of it is pretty high. But this doesn’t mean that you necessarily know of its origins or can recognize the differences between Day of the Dead and Halloween.
As part of celebrations marking the Day of the Dead in Mexico, Xcaret Park has prepared a program full of traditions with the flavor, color and feeling of the south, with delightful cuisine and altars of the Maya zone of Quintana Roo, featuring the music of Mrs.