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Cabo San Lucas Celebration

Celebration to the Virgin of Guadalupe is on December 12 every year.  This celebration honors the patron saint of Mexico.  Below is additional information about this celebration. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Our_Lady_of_Guadalupe

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Cabo San Lucas KidSmart

Looking for a way to make a difference in the life of a child in Cabo?  KidSmart, a stay-in-school project serving academically-gifted students from economically-challenged neighborhoods, is looking for sponsors.  Sponsors give support to individual children and teens in the program.  A sponsor provides a school uniform and shoes in addition to a $20/month stipend to their honor student.  This organization is also in need of corporate sponsors for the...

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Cabo Turtle Release

Cabo Adventures has released their  latest new tour called “Sunset Turtle Release”.  They are working very closely with Asupmatoma to offer their mutual  guests the opportunity to explore “Rancho San Cristobal” located on the pacific ocean side of the bay.  This special tour will educate participants about the turtles that visit local beaches and allow them to take part in releasing the turtles into the sea.  For every space purchased,...

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September 16 Mexican Independence Day

This year Mexico will be celebrating 200 years of independence and a dramatic re-enactment of the revolutionary Father Hidalgo’s call to his fellow Mexicans to join the uprising takes place on the night before.  This re-enactment takes place in city halls throughout the country.  Mexican flags are displayed everywhere you go and celebrations continue throughout the night.  On the 16th military parades are held in most cities.  This is a...

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Todos Santos-“Pueblo Magico”

One of our favorite road trips when friends come to visit us is going to Todos Santos.  Named “Pueblo Magico” in 2006, Todos Santos is a small coastal town at the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains on the Pacific coast of Baja California Sur.  It is about a 45 minute drive along a winding 2 lane highway through the desert and along the coast with a number...

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December Traditions

Feliz Navidad! Over the years with our staff in Cabo San Lucas we have enjoyed these traditions. We have held a posada at our annual Christmas Party complete with the traditional song seeking shelter. Each January 6 we have several loaves of Three Kings Bread delivered and we have a celebration together partaking in the bread and drinking the a special rich hot chocolate called Champurrado. Our loaves of Three...

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Baha Ha Ha Rally – Cabo San Lucas

Every fall since 1994 Cabo has been host to the arrival of The Baja Ha Ha Rally. This boating rally departs San Diego the last week of October for the 750 mile trip which ends in Cabo San Lucas the first week of November. The Rally participants, 193 entrants for the 2009 event, make 2 stops along the way. One stop at Turtle Bay (Bahia Tortuga) and the other at...

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El Dia de los Muertos – Cabo San Lucas

“The Day of the Dead” or “All Soul’s Day” El Dia de los Muertos is a holiday that focuses on gatherings of family and friends to remember and pray for friends and family who have passed away.  The celebration on November 1 is in connection with the Catholic All Saints’ Day and November 2 All Souls’ Day.  Traditionally private altars honoring the deceased are built using skulls, flowers, and favorite...

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