Sun setting over the Sierra Madre mountains on Lake Chapala near Ajijic, Mexico.


Ajijic Events and Holidays in Mexico

There are so many Events and Holidays happening every week in the Ajijic and the Lake Chapala area that you are bound to miss some.
We try to update the information as soon as possible so feel free to print this page and keep it in your Rental Property as a reminder of what's going on each week.

We try to keep up to date with this information, however it is Mexico and things do change without notice so pls. check the dates and times of events you may be interested in.

Behind the Walls Tour - Ajijic - Jan, Feb, Mar 2016
Meet at the Ajijic Pier - transportation provided
Contact Fran or Paula for reservations 766-4443 paulafran13@gmail.com

Chili Cook Off - Ajijic - 2016 Feb
Tobolandia parking lot across from WalMart

Easter Parade -

Mardi Gras - Mar 3 - 8

Motorcycle Show - Jocotopec - Date TBD

Mexican Holidays
Mexicans have many holidays they celebrate and are always up for a party. Frequently you will hear a band playing music, see a parade marching by or jump out of your skin to the sound of fireworks.

Official national Mexican holidays / The Días de Asueto

New Year’s Day: January 1
Constitution Day: the first Monday of February
Benito Juárez Birthday: the third Monday in March
Labor Day: May 1
Independence Day: September 16
Revolution Day: the third Monday in November
Christmas Day: December 25

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Events and Holidays 2014

Annual Gala - Feb 6, 2014
Behind the Walls Tour - Ajijic - Jan 26, Feb 23, Mar 22
Chili Cook Off - Ajijic - 2014 Feb 22,23,24
Mardi Gras - Mar 3 - 8
Benito Juárez Birthday - the third Monday in March
Labor Day - May 1
Independence Day - September 16
Revolution Day - the third Monday in November
Christmas Day - December 25

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