Family travel ideas for the Day of the Dead festivities
Officially celebrated on the first two days of November, Dia de Los Muertos, Day of the Dead, is a long-standing celebration with traditions rooted in indigenous Mexican culture. It is both a celebration of life and of loved ones who have passed away.
Typical traditions of Dia de Los Muertos include painted faces, vibrant fashion, and processional parades with floats and elaborate figures. In the days leading up to Dia de Los Muertos, it was also common to see personal offerings and keepsakes placed on an ofrenda, or altar, surrounded by candles and marigold petals.
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