Trick or Treat & Halloween in Ajijic Lake Chapala Mexico 2021

Although the official Tradition in Mexico is Day of the Dead, which is also widely celebrated in Ajijc & Chapala on November 2nd of every year, the popular American tradition "Halloween", where kids go trick or treating asking for Candy has been adopted by the Mexicans at Lakeside. The Locals love taking their kids trick or treating for Halloween to all the popular communities where most expats live,...

History of The Day of the Dead Wall by Efren Gonzalez in Ajijic Mexico

Ajijic Mexico takes great pride in its Day of the Dead celebrations, every November 2nd you will see wonderful decorations in town, the locals visiting the cemetery to spend this special day with their deceased loved ones and of course candlelit altars honoring the dead. One of Ajijic's most famous Murals is by Maestro Efren Gonzalez and known to everyone as" The Day of the Dead Wall" on Marcos Castellanos...

The Balloon Regatta (Globos) in Ajijic Mexico 2021

Yet another year has past since this well known popular tradition has been officially canceled due to COVID19. In 2020 it was also completely canceled, since the pandemic was in fill force during that year. The town was hopeful that the Ajijic Balloon Regatta "Globos"tradition for 2021 would continue, and all was looking as such, since many restrictions were lightened due to so many people receiving their...

Casa Valley

Enjoy Lake Chapala living in this chic, modern home located in the high end development of Cumbres, just 5 minutes driving to San Antonio Centro and a 10 minute drive to Ajijic Centro. The open floor plan of this home is enhanced by natural light, stone and concrete walls, boveda brick ceilings, and beautiful wood finishes throughout. In addition to the high quality finishes and natural setting,...

The “El Tepalo” Ajijic Mexico Waterfall in August 2021

The "El Tepalo" is Ajijic's most popular Waterfall, that seasonally flows with water sometimes starting as early as June and can last all the way up until September. After a heavy nights rainfall, most Ajijic  locals already sense that the Tepalo will have running water. Getting their hiking shoes ready they head for a Donuts shop at the popular "Donas Donuts" and then start the hike up to see the...

Ajijic Mexico Officially Named Magical Town (Pueblo Magico)

As of this Tuesday December 01st 2020 the municipality of Ajijic, located on the Chapala’s Lake side, has been pronounced the ninth Magic Town of Jalisco, delivered by the Federal government of tourism. The recognition as a Magical Town was delivered in a commemorative ceremony of the appointment of Magical Towns 2020 in which the federal Secretary of Tourism made the official announcement of the...

Halloween in Ajijic Lake Chapala 2020

Every year on the 31st of October the streets are filled of joyful voices covering each corner of the streets of the Chapala Lakeside with kids trick or treating throughout the afternoon and enjoying of great decorations some of the expats do for them, making this an unforgettable celebration, thick treating starts around 3pm because of the early sunset, even though this is an American tradition the...

Studio Caballo

Convenient Ajijic location on a wide street close to D Shanti and Casa Linda restaurant. Lots of conveniences within walking distance including La Huerta grocery store,medical offices,the Tuesday market,veterinary office, several bakeries and restaurants and so much more. Quality finishes including granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the open kitchen lend itself to a comfortable cooking...

Gallery 2018

Gallery Pages:  Current year – 2011 – 2012 – 2013 – 2014 – 2015 - 2016 - 2017 - 2018 November 2nd, 2018 | Day of the Dead 2018 Click here to see the whole set of photo October 31st, 2018 | Halloween in Ajijic 2018 Click here to see the whole set of photo September 19th, 2018 | Flower Fight...

Pictures of Halloween in Ajijic Mexico 2019

Pictures of Halloween in Ajijic Mexico 2019 October 31, 2019 Halloween in Mexico is not a public holiday but it is celebrated just the same. Not in any different ways than in the USA or other countries around the world. Kids gather mostly in La Floresta, Mirasol and Chula Vista to ask for candy. Maybe the words used are a bit different, in Lake Chapala they say, “Queremos Halloween” which means...

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