Since AirVūz contributor, Face de Monde, was a kid it has always been a dream of his to see El día de los Muertos in Mexico. Last October, his dreams were realized when he and his friend, Max, decided to travel there. Lucky for us he brought his DJI Phantom 4 Advanced drone along for the trip to capture the sights and sounds of Mexico from above. It was his second time in this country when he really fell in love with it. They spent three weeks travelling around Quintana Roo, Yucatán and Campeche states. From these locations, he captured ancient ruins, tropical beaches, vibrant celebrations, warm faces, candlelit ceremonies, and many other scenes rich in the Mexican way of life and tradition. He made this drone video to show how this country has its own culture and its own history that you can't find anywhere else in the world. El día de los Muertos is an event everybody should see at least once in life because it truly represents the Mexican soul. During the festivals and parties, the people celebrate the lives of those who have passed. The recognition of death as an important part of the human experience is the foundation of this spirited holiday. Throughout this drone video, you can see the popular symbols, called the calacas and calaveras, that represent the lives of the deceased. These words mean "skeletons" and "skulls" and you can see them painted on the faces in the festival crowds, appearing on sugary treats that they eat, and marching around in the lively parades. Typically, we perceive symbols of death as frightening or mournful, but they have quite the opposite purpose for this celebration. A deep gratitude for life and all the wonders it has to offer is the main tribute. Click play and take in aerial views of Face du Monde's unforgettable journey.