• Fiestas

  • This Girl’s First Rodeo

    There was a full brass band behind us, blasting out rousing tunes, and the rodeo riders were drawing their starting numbers. The riders, either dressed in sparkly tussled chaps, or in an outfit strangely like hot pants over white leggings, each bent to the earth in turn and ...

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    Las Posadas

    Guests who visit the Rancho during the Christmas season can experience a unique tradition: Las Posadas. The singular form of the word means lodging or accommodation in Spanish.  Around the Christmas season, the plural form refers to the nine-day religious event reenacting the ...

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    2017 Day of the Dead: A Profound Experience

    We've just finished another amazing Day of the Dead celebration at the Rancho. On Monday night, our guests helped to decorate our alter and placed offerings to their loved ones on it. We shared a special six-course, themed dinner on Tuesday night. All the plates were red or ...

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    Join Us In Decorating Our Day Of The Dead Altar

    The Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) holiday in Mexico is truly a celebration of life filled with flowers, food, and ceremony.  Guests from all over the world join us at the Rancho to take part in the colorful and joyful  customs that make October 31 through November 2 ...

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    Salud! to Cinco de Mayo

    Each year the 5th of May celebrates the Mexicans defeating the French during the Battle of Puebla in 1862. At that time it was a violent and chaotic time in Mexico. The country had finally gained independence from Spain in 1821, but there were still bloody struggles and a number ...

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    Celebrating Three Kings Day in Mexico

    The festive celebrations aren’t over yet in Mexico, as January 6th sees in the Three Kings Day otherwise known as the Feast of Epiphany. Día de los Tres Reyes Magos, as it is known in Spanish, celebrates the arrival of the three wise men to Bethlehem ready to visit ...

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    Celebrating The New Year At The Rancho

    Just as in the rest of the world, at Rancho Las Cascadas we gather together with our loved ones, relatives and friends to welcome the New Year. We will start our celebration with a 10-course dinner on December 31st. While sipping Kir Royale or enjoying Mexican tuna steak, the ...

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    A Very Special Christmas Tradition

    Christmas is always a special time at the Rancho. Guests from all over the world fill the rooms and share their own holiday traditions over long rides and relaxing drinks. The ten-course dinner served at the Rancho on Christmas Day is always a hit and a great way for everyone to ...

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    Celebrating Life On El Día De Los Muertos

    The Day of the Dead celebration at Rancho Las Cascadas, the Mexican Highland All Inclusive Guest Ranch, was absolutely wonderful this year.  It was truly special to be part of such a rich and beautiful Mexican tradition. On October 31st, guests made offerings to their deceased ...

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    Plans Are Being Made For Día de los Muertos

    One of Mexico’s most important religious holidays is Day of the Dead.  You may have heard it referred to as Día de los Muertos or Día de los Fieles Difuntos.  It is celebrated from November 1st to 2nd, encompassing All Saint's Day, which traditionally honors deceased ...

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