FESTIVAL TOURS & MACHUPICCHU

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The prices and discount are according to the festival, in the lower part you can make your reservation according to the festival you want to go.


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FESTIVAL TOURS & MACHUPICCHU

Festival Tours & Machu Picchu
Cusco's many - splendored festivals. With an annual calendar that includes a heavy dose of religious rituals, harvest celebration, and historical observances, it's a good bet that on any given day there is at least one festival unfolding somewhere across the region. The major Roman Catholic holidays, the most flamboyant of Cusco's public celebrations blend Spanish tradition and indigenous custom into something uniquely "cusquenian".

February month (carnivals)

This month of February Cusco's pre-Lenten carnaval has become increasingly boisterous, with parade and parties in just about every town, every day, and communities it also includes one practice no found anywhere else: water pranks. Across the region joyful cusquenians fill buckets with water then wait for some unsuspecting pedestrian. They also Prepare the beautiful tree decorated with a every traditional things, and then they start to dance around the decorate tree in order socialist between then. It's all February.

    Pricing:

  1. $515 USD per person
  2. 4 People: $485 USD per person
  3. 6+ People: $465 USD per person connection with machupicchu

April-Semana Santa (Easter week) celebrity

We call Semana Santa. Although celebrated throughout of Peru country, Holy Week is especially cherished in the Andean cities of all Peru, and specially Cusco, in Cusco, Semana Santa includes the fiesta del señor de los Temblores (earthquakes lord), colorful Easter Monday procession and fireworks display dedicated to the lord of the earthquakes. Dating back to 1650, when the city somehow avoided destruction in a major quake, the festivities blend aspect of Catholic and ancient Incan tradition.

    Pricing:

  1. $515 USD per person
  2. 4 People: $485 USD per person
  3. 6+ People: $465 USD per person connection with machupicchu

Between May and June (Torrechayoc and Chok’equillka lords festivity)

Into the sacred valley of the incas (Cusco) you may see several festivities as for example, Torrechayoc and Chok'equillka. This activity are realize in Urubamba and ollantaytambo town, many believers arrive in order to receive consecration and enjoy delicious traditional food, and also to see numerous folkloric group of dancers. Both festivity is at same date, at same day and between May - June. If you want to do this wonderful tour just advise us machulas journey is ready for organize this lifetime experience.
Note: if you are interested to do this tour let us know to indicate the exact date, because each year the dates are movable.

    Pricing:

  1. $515 USD per person
  2. 4 People: $485 USD per person
  3. 6+ People: $465 USD per person connection with machupicchu

Qoyllurit'y (God of the ice) Festivity

Another festival that harks back to ancient days qoyllurit'y occurs in late May or early June, when as many as 10,000 pilgrims make their way to the secluded Sinakara Valley near Cusco to pay tribute to both Christ and the indigenous mountain gods (Apus). Village from all around the Peruvian high country send troupes of dancers and musicians to participate. The name derives from the local belief that a sacred snow star is buried inside nearby Mount colquepunku; one of the highlights of the festival is an early morning trek to retrieve holy ice from the mountains glacier.
Note: if you are interested to do this tour let us know to indicate the exact date, because each year the dates are movable, this is two days tour the itineray will be organize after your confirmation.

    Pricing:

  1. $500 USD per person
  2. 4 People: $465 USD per person
  3. 6+ People: $435 USD per person connection with machupicchu

June 24 cuscos Anniversary - Inti Raymi (Sun Festival)

It's the inca holiday spectrum lie inca - inspired festival like inti Raymi, which take places on the winter solstice (June 24), dedicated to the ancient sun god the festival plays out amid the ruins of sacsayhuaman, on the outskirts of Cusco, with folklore performances and an elaborate procession with thousands of participants clad in ancient inca dress.

    Pricing:

  1. $520 USD per person
  2. 4 People: $500 USD per person
  3. 6+ People: $485 USD per person connection with machupicchu

August First watakallariy (Andean new year) festival

In incas time the beginning of the year was August first (Andean new year), as well as beginning for farm. Before to put seeds underground our ancestors offered special offerings to Mather earth, and then they been ready for planting. The activity it was realized every single year August first at maras moray one of the Incan laboratories for domestication of wild products. Now days we are still following this tradition.

    Pricing:

  1. $515 USD per person
  2. 4 People: $485 USD per person
  3. 6+ People: $465 USD per person connection with machupicchu

November first and second (Day of the Dead)

From october 31th November 2d, the three - days holiday of Dia de los Muertos (day of the dead) blends sacred and secular into a colorful new whole. Like elsewhere in Latin America, We flock to cemeteries to eat, drink sing, and even sometimes sleep around the graves of their dearly departed. American style halloween costumes and trick-or-treating are increasing popular in Cusco.

    Pricing:

  1. $515 USD per person
  2. 4 People: $485 USD per person
  3. 6+ People: $465 USD per person connection with machupicchu

Type of Food to Taste

With a human history so tested by time, and with a geography and ecology diverse enough for the successful cultivation of many crops, Peru flaunts one of Latin Americas most delectable and surprising culinary cultures.
Peruvian meal usually center on meat, poultry, or fish. While through of barbecued Guinea pig may no stimulate your taste buds, plenty of of dishes do feature chicken, beef, or pork. One of the most popular is (lomo saltado), a delicious beef stir-fry with garlic, onions, chilis, and potatoes. Other favorites include Pollo asado (roast chicken) and lechon (roast pork). Because there are fewer cattle in Cusco compared to other south American countries, the quality of cusquenian steak normally doesn't approach the excellent of those you might through machulas journey just join us we are here to guide you.

    Pricing:

  1. $515 USD per person
  2. 4 People: $485 USD per person
  3. 6+ People: $465 USD per person connection with machupicchu
  4. Note:
    Please if you want to do any of these festivities advice us, unless 2 month in advance for better organization.

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