This Saturday, October 31 and November 1, will be the inauguration of the Museum and the Kumiai celebration of Day of the Dead.
The Secretariat of Sustainable Economy and Tourism of Baja California promotes the inauguration that the Cueros de Venado Community will make of the “Baja California Vaquero Community Museum” and, at the same time, invites you to the Kumiai celebration of Day of the Dead.
What activities will there be to do?
– Horseback riding
– Santo Domingo pantheon cleaning ceremony
– Live music (folkloric)
– Traditional celebration of the Day of the Dead
– Camping area
– Food and drink
Space is limited and a reservation is required. If you want more information visit the Cueros de Venado page.
The Cueros de Venado Ecotourism Route is a familiar place away from the city, where you can enjoy a perfect moment with all your loved ones just 30 minutes from Blvd. 2000.
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