Ajijic People Photos

The people of Ajijic are beautiful, kind and generous. Enjoy the Ajijic People Photos in this gallery.

They are always smiling, willing to lend a hand and, their love and commitement to family reminds one of years gone by.
The pictures below are just a sample of the local Ajijic people, both native and expats, that you may encounter when you visit the Lakeside area.


Example of Ajijic people walking with woven purses and baskets for sale in the Ajijic plaza.
Ajijic people dressed up and watching the Mardi Gras parade during carnival.
Little girl dressed up for Independence Day parade along with other Ajijic people.
Boys playing a game on the sidewalk in San Antonio, Mexico customary for Ajijic people.
Ajijic peopleselling books at the art show in front of Efren Gonzalez studio in Ajijic.
Man sitting in the door of his home in San Antonio, Mexico.
Little girl looking down to the street from window in Ajijic.
Two men talking on a bench in the Ajijic plaza.
Locals with painted faces and dressed up for Day of the Dead parade in Ajijic, Mexico.
Man using a primitive wood stove to cook on the street in Ajijic, Mexico.
People dressed as zombies dancing to Michael Jacksons Thriller for day of the Dead festivities in Ajijic, Mexico.
Man selling ice cream from a red cart on the malecon in the town of Chapala, on Lake Chapala.

“the people of ajijic make it a hard place to leave.”

Horse tied up outside the Chameleon Bar in Ajijic, Mexico.

Events and Holidays

February 5th - Constitution Day
Benito Juárez Birthday - 3rd Monday in March
Labor Day - May 1
Independence Day - September 16
Mother's Day - May 10th
Day of the Dead - November 2
Revolution Day - the third Monday in
November 12th - Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe Christmas Day - December 25