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Last year’s sold-out trip was a week-long bonding, exploring, shopping and dancing adventure.
CELEBRATING DAY OF THE DEAD
IN SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE
Colonial architecture. Fabulous restaurants. Stunning history. World class shopping. Margaritas. Hot springs. Travel mates as curious and adventurous as you are.
MON. OCT 29 – SUN. NOV 4, 2018
WITH NEXT TRIBE
7 DAYS, 6 NIGHTS
in Conde Nast Traveler’s #1 Travel Destination in the World and a Stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site
The most beguiling city in Latin America.
Fall in love on your first visit…decide to stay forever.
ONLY $1,395 per person, double occupancy
See why Next Tribe calls San Miguel the Town Where You’ll Always Feel Younger.
The trip takes place over Mexico’s Day of the Dead festival, and we want to let you know why that’s something you might want to experience. Day of the Dead is a lively, life-affirming holiday when Mexicans make altars to commemorate loved ones who have passed and also visit cemeteries to sing to and party with those dear but departed.
Our week-long NextTribe trip to San Miguel was like Girl Scout Camp for grown-ups, but with margaritas instead of cookies. —Ellen Williams, New York City
On the altars, they put the kinds of food, games, drinks that person really enjoyed. This is supposed to invite the loved one to visit them in their dreams. And it actually works. Some people say that just the act of collecting the items that person liked makes you think about them more, and that’s why you dream about them. Who knows. We just know it’s a lovely and powerful experience.
You don’t have to be Mexican to experience the cathartic, healing work of the Day of the Dead.
We just wanted all of you who have expressed interest in the trip to know we’re running up against a deadline. We’ve reserved rooms, but the hotel wants to get a head count by July 10.
•Monday, Oct. 29: Fly into either Queretero (QRO) or Leon (BJX); dinner at one of San Miguel’s most charming restaurants.
•Tuesday, Oct. 30: Walking tour of San Miguel’s historic center; shopping trip with NextTribe editor Jeannie Ralston, who lived in San Miguel for 4 years. Cocktail reception at private home, with opportunity to meet San Miguel artists our age who are living and working in paradise.
•Wednesday, Oct. 31: Visit to canyon above San Miguel; lunch at El Pegaso. Drinks at a rooftop restaurant.
•Thursday, Nov. 1: Visit to hot springs and to another UNESCO World Heritage, the sanctuary at Atotonilco. Day of the Dead Activities.
•Friday, Nov. 2: This is Day of the Dead, which is one of the most revered times in Mexico. Guided tour of colorfully decorated cemeteries with an explanation of the meaning behind the celebration.
•Saturday, Nov. 3: Free day (our group last year used the time to revisit stores and finish shopping). Farewell dinner at The Restaurant, the town’s most famous dining establishment.
•Sunday, Nov. 4: Departure
Accommodations for 6 nights at the Casa Calderoni, a traditional Mexican home that has been renovated to modern standards.
To hold a spot with us on the trip by August 10, please fill out the form below. You will then be taken to PayPal where you can select how you’d like to make your non-refundable deposit of $300.
(If NextTribe has to cancel the trip for any reason, your deposit is refunded.)
Balance due by Aug. 29th.
Please do not book airline tickets until we let you know that enough people have signed on for the trip.
We’re glad you’re joining the Tribe on this journey!