Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club knows that the shores in Cancun will swarm with the world’s best tango dancers for the 4th annual International Festival of Argentine Tango: The Tango Maya Fest 2015 from Nov. 5-9.

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club invites its members and guests to enjoy the Full Pass Fest, which includes more than 24 tango lessons. The Full Pass Fest includes three practices on the beach, four lessons for beginners, two salsa classes, two swing, balboa and lindy hop lessons, an opening show, a tango concert on the beach, and a closing show.

Transportation can be arranged to the festival from the Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club resorts in Cancun.  The festival begins at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday and then is followed by three full days of activites, shows, and lessons from 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

The show line-up includes: Horacio Godoy and Cecilia Berra, Luciano Brigante and Alejandra Orozco, Hernan Prieto and Daniela Riog, Clay Nelson and Beth Anne Osborn, and Shesha and Nikki Marvin.

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club invites guests to book their trips several days in advance of the 4th annual International Festival of the Argentine Tango to capture the spirit of the Dia de los Muertos celebrations on Nov. 1-2. Celebrate the honored spirits of lives past through an all-night celebrate adorned with the traditional skulls and flowers of All Saints Day.

Just south of Cancun, guests can experience The Bridge of Paradise during the Dia de los Muertos celebration. The Xcaret Cemetery is hailed to be one of the most unique in the world. According to Off Beat Travel.com, each grave highlights its own unique design. The cemetery pays tribute to the dead through design, according to the Xcaret website, “a profound respect combined with a touch of humor.”  The theme park contains a seven-layered hill adorned with 365 grave sites to represent each day of the year, according to the Xcaret website, along with 52 stairs to represent each week of the year.

While guests can relax and learn at Xcaret, they can also enjoy the scene from the tower, along with shopping in the main plaza, and stroll through the history of Mexico.

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