Mark your calendar to partake in a long list of fun and frivolous Mexican holidays espousing local and regional traditions. Fiestas are aplenty, with celebrations highlighted by Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) when families welcome back the souls of the departed by enjoying food, drinks and festivities. National holidays such as Mexico’s Independence Day, or El Grito, commemorates Father Miguel Hidalgo’s famous cry “Grito de Dolores” (Cry for Dolores), a call for independence on September 16, 1810. There is certainly no lack of fiesta or cerveza during holiday season.
Museums & History
While the indigenous Pericues Indians have called Los Cabos their home for centuries, maybe even a millennium, the relatively new history of the area has only been around for a few hundred years. A visit to local museums will enlighten visitors to the local culture through myriad... Learn More
Though mostly famous for its flashy lifestyle and celebrity sightings, Los Cabos is brimming with traditional Mexican culture and customs. Local life abounds every day if you look for it. Learn More