If you still don’t have plans for Mexican Independence Day (Sept. 16th), Puerto Peñasco and its warm beaches and weather is a great option for the whole family!
In commemorating Mexico’s Independence Day, the city celebrates on the night of September 15th complete with the traditional “Grito de Dolores” (Call to Independence), mariachi, regional artists, Mexican treats, fireworks, a traditional “burning of a makeshift castle”, and of course the famous “Grito” doen by the mayor from the presidential balcony at City Hall.
Main streets throughout Puerto Peñasco are adorned in the patriotic colors of the Mexican flag, while people of all ages frequently dress up in traditional dress for the celebrations.
September in Puerto Peñasco tends to be when summer humidity levels drop and temperatures cool off, making it an enjoyable time for all. What better way to celebrate Mexico’s Independence Day than at the beach? ¡VIVA!