Mexico’s delicious food, which is a fusion of Mesoamerican and European cooking, is rooted in the ancient history and colorful culture of this diverse country.
In Mexico, Dia del Niño (Children’s Day) takes place each year on April 30, and it’s a big deal!
The Cancun area has a reputation for not being the “real” Mexico but the Yucatan Peninsula is rich with ancient Mayan history.
Piñatas have a rich history that spans many different countries and cultures. Although piñatas are thought to have originated in China, today they are most strongly identified with Mexico.
Mexico is a country steeped in culture and tradition, and at no time of year is it more apparent than in December.
Hacienda Tres Rios Mexican restaurant Alebrije has been transformed thanks to the creativity of the Sunset World Resorts & Vacation Experiences personnel.
The Pop Culture Fest, held June 16 – 21 at Hacienda Tres Rios Resort in the beautiful Riviera Maya was an adventure in Mexican culture, cuisine and fashion.
Arriba, Abajo, al Centro y pa’Adentro! Sunset World cordially invites you to a celebration of colors, flavors and legends that represent the true spirit of Mexican culture.
Be a part of the Second Mayan-Tibetan Bicultural Encounter 2012, where you can discover two fascinating cultures through dances, ceremonies and exhibitions.
Music is a very important part of Mexican culture and is always part of a celebration, whether big or small. The music of Mexico sings of love, country, passion, history, legend and oppression, among other things. Here are three vibrant genres of traditional Mexican music explained. Mariachi Mariachi music is the first thing that comes […]