Dreams Resorts & Spas Celebrates Dia de Reyes with Guests

This past Friday, January 6th many Dreams Resorts & Spas in Mexico celebrated Dia de Reyes also known as Three Kings Day or the Epiphany. It is a Catholic holiday that is celebrated on the same day each year, 12 days after Christmas. It is believed that baby Jesus was visited by three wise men giving him gifts gold, frankincense and myrrh. In Mexico this holiday is widely celebrated!  

Part of the traditions included drinking hot chocolate and cutting pieces of the traditional sweetbread topped with candied fruit, Rosca de Reyes. This special sweetbread is a tradition that has been going on for years. The shape of the bread is in an oval representing the kings’ crowns and the colorful candied fruit on top represent the jewels of the crown. Each guest cut their own slice of the bread and inside one of the pieces is hidden a figure of baby Jesus. It is said that the person who finds the figurine is responsible to host a party and prepare tamales to be enjoyed on February 2nd.

Take a look at the fun photos of our guests enjoying the traditions of Dia de Reyes at Dreams Cancun Resort & Spa and Dreams Puerto Aventuras Resort & Spa!

Three Kings visit Dreams Puerto Aventuras

 Rosca de Reyes at Dreams Cancun

A guest of Dreams Cancun discovered the baby Jesus figurine.

3 thoughts on “Dreams Resorts & Spas Celebrates Dia de Reyes with Guests

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