With Low Cost Travel, you can find hotel reservations and flights for the busiest Mexico holidays! Visiting Mexico during these holiday seasons would enhance your overall Mexico experience. There are several festivals, parties that you can enjoy. Just make sure that you have your reservations in time!
Cinco de Mayo/Batalla de Puebla: Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of the Mexican army’s 1862 victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla. The holiday is celebrated primarily in Mexico, but has also been adopted by Mexican-Americans in the United States.
Día de la Independencia (Independence Day) and Día de la Revolución (Mexican Revolution Day): September 16 is Independence Day in Mexico, commemorating the start of the Mexican War of Independence from Spanish rule.
Día de Mu ertos (Day of the Dead): A traditional Mexican holiday that celebrates the lives of deceased loved ones, the Day of the Dead is observed on November first and second.
Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe: December 12 marks the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mexico’s patron saint.
The Christmas Season: Las Posadas is a nine-day celebration leading up to Christmas Eve, which commemorates the journey of Mary and Joseph to find shelter in Bethlehem.
New Years’ Eve: Mexico celebrates the New Year with a number of traditions, including eating twelve grapes at midnight for good luck in the coming year.
When making travel plans for these holidays, be sure to check out Low Cost Travel’s hotel and flight options! We can help make your holiday travel plans easy and stress-free. Happy Travels!