Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

Sat 10am - 2pm

Calle Ocampo 49

Ajijic, Jal, Mexico

Line 1: (+52)-376-76-63654

Line 2: (+52)-376-76-66099

Compare Listings

Independence Day in San Antonio Tlayacapan

Independence Day in San Antonio Tlayacapan

San Antonio Tlayacapan is a small town with a population around five thousand people. It is located between Chapala and Ajijic and has been established since the mid fifteen hundreds as an agricultural community. Their Independence celebration took place one week after Ajijic’s. Their parade took place on Sunday morning, September 22nd.  The night before […]

Mexican Independence Day Parade in Ajijic 2019

Mexican Independence Day Parade in Ajijic 2019

The final day of the festivities was on Independence Day, Monday, September the 16th at ten in the morning. That means exactly ten in the morning. One year I arrived a few minutes late and it was already two blocks down the road. This parade always starts on time. I wonder if it has anything […]

The Combate de Flores (Flower Fight) Ajijic 2019

The Combate de Flores (Flower Fight) Ajijic 2019

The final event of the week long Independence Day celebrations was the Combate de Flores (flower war). It was held in the Ajijic plaza at six in the evening on September the 16th, Independence Day. War of the flowers couldn’t have been further from it’s name. It was a peaceful, low key gathering, especially appreciated […]

The Regata de Globos Ajijic Mexico 2019

The Regata de Globos Ajijic Mexico 2019

The 2019 Globos festival was held in the Ajijic soccer field on September 8th. You can see the black sky behind Access Lake Chapala’s angel globo. Every year there is a possibility of rain. This is the rainy season. But this year there were just a few clouds. It was good luck. Not good luck […]

The Rebozo Parade 2019 at the Ajijic Plaza

The Rebozo Parade 2019 at the Ajijic Plaza

The Rebozo Parade (shawl parade) is one of the first events in the week long celebrations of Mexican Independence Day. Independence Day is on September 16th. It marks the beginning of the revolt from the Spanish born ruling class. El Grito (the cry) was read on September 16, 1810 by Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla. The […]

The Verbena Jamaica at Ajijic Plaza 2019

The Verbena Jamaica at Ajijic Plaza 2019

La Verbena del pasado, translated into English, means the Street party/dance/celebration/event of the past. And this event celebrates all the food cooked in the past in Mexico. Food that is cooked the traditional way, over an open fire and served in the traditional red clay dishes. This all happens at the Ajijic plaza. It is […]

The Capirotada Fair 2019 at Ajijic Malecon

The Capirotada Fair 2019 at Ajijic Malecon

The fifth annual “Féria de la Capirotada” was held again at the park along the Ajijic malecon, Saturday, April 6th, 2019. It started at three in the afternoon but this year I went an hour early so I could get photos before the crowd arrived. This event also celebrates the beginning of spring. Capirotada, bread […]

Ajijic Mardi Gras Carnaval Parade 2019

Ajijic Mardi Gras Carnaval Parade 2019

This year, the Mardi Gras parade was on March 5th, Tuesday.  It is always on a Tuesday, the day before Lent. Called Fat Tuesday. It is big celebration before a time of fasting, praying and and sober reflection. The Ajijic parade started on Revolution Street, went down Constution to Six Corners and back to the […]