Christmas Holiday Traditions in Perú

Christmas Traditions in Peru (7 Days)Christmas Traditions in Peru 7 Days

 Lima – Cusco – Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu 
‘The celebration of Christmas Traditions in Peru is one of the most exciting times to visit. People from all over the world love to join the Peruvians for this exciting week, from Christmas to New Years. Even the country people come into the city, often from high up in the Andes where families live alone and raise animals, often without electricity. They come in their traditional dress of beautifully hand-woven clothing, so their children can partake in the celebration and perhaps receive a gift. Christmas day is also the day of Cusco’s largest craft fair.

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Peru Christmas Tour Parents and Children (09 Days)Peru Christmas Tour Parents and Children 9 Days

 Lima – Cusco Sacred Valley – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu 
This is a Special Christmas Tour for Parents and Children who want to spend these important dates having fun and exploring the best sites Peru has to offer. This Peru family vacations offers unforgettable memories and fun mixed with man-made wonders created 500 years ago. It is a unique mix of history, archeology, architecture, culture, food and wonder.

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Christmas and New Year in Machu Picchu Galapagos (13 Days)Christmas and New Year in Machu Picchu – Galapagos 13 Days

 Lima – Cusco – Sacred Valley – Aguas Calientes – Machu Picchu, Guayaquil or Quito – Galapagos – Baltra – Santa Cruz… 
The charm of this holiday tour is in combining the magic of Cusco and Machu Picchu during Christmas week and a relaxing cruise of the exotic Galapagos Islands to celebrate the New Year. Experience the typical and traditional colors, costumes, local handicrafts and the holiday festivities of the Andes during Christmas week in and around Cusco.
Next enjoy an intimate Galapagos Cruise aboard a yacht with a small crew and naturalist guide to explore the islands 603 miles west of Ecuador on the equator.

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