Easter in Los CabosAre you planning to spend the Easter holidays in Los Cabos? Here are some important things you need to know to make sure that you get the most out of your stay in Los Cabos: Pascua, or Easter in Spanish, is one of the most cherished holidays throughout Mexico. Easter holidays usually start on Palm Sunday (the Sunday before Easter Sunday) and end on Easter Sunday. Easter is a Christian festival and holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ as told in the bible. Being predominantly Christians, Mexicans celebrate Easter in a big way and nearly everyone in Mexico is granted time off from work or school during this time. This makes Easter one, if the not the busiest time of the year for most Mexican resort towns as it is also the time when locals flock to the beach and other tourist destinations. Expect transportation terminals and major thoroughfares to be jammed with tourists. Hotels and vacation rentals get filled up quickly. Last minute bookings and changes in your travel plans will be challenging, to say the least. It is best to book your accommodations and finalize all your activities including dinner reservations early to ensure a stress-free holiday. top family-friendly activities in Los Cabos:
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