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  Semana Santa - Holy Week - April 5th - 11th
Semana Santa Mexico
Semana Santa is Mexico's second most important holiday season of the year, behind only Christmas, and runs from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday. In addition to attending Mass on Good Friday and Easter Sunday, many Mexicans will also take advantage of the holiday to go on vacation. If you're planning to visit Mexico during Semana Santa, make sure you checked on availability in advance. Read more here...

  Destination Highlight: Riviera Nayarit!
Sayulita, Nayarit
The Riviera Nayarit, Mexico's newest destination, is found in this state. This 100-mile stretch of coastline offers the visitor gorgeous beaches, fine resorts and boutique hotels. The Riviera Nayarit begins just north of Nuevo Vallarta and continues up the coast to Bucerias, Punta Mita, Sayulita, San Pancho ending in the colonial town of San Blas. More on Riviera Nayarit...

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  Business Highlight! Dean Sanderson | Cancun Wedding Photographer

To me, wedding photography is about capturing personalities and events so that you have images you will love for a lifetime. My goal is for every wedding I shoot to be as unique as the couple getting married. I make sure that I never lose sight of the fact that this is your wedding, your family, and your love that made this moment happen.
Find out more at Dean Sanderson | Cancun Wedding Photographer



  About Mexico What's Cooking in Mexico? Mexican Recipes
Cuisine of Mexico
The variety of food available in Mexico is truly great, with unique dishes for each region as you move from the north to the south, east to west, with many regional styles throughout. We are often asked, "What is the official food or meal of Mexico?" The truth is, there is no real official dish of Mexico, as it really depends on where you are. Read more at Mexican Recipes



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