The Entrada Universitaria is a massive parade that aims to preserve and promote the country’s culture and traditional dances.
If you ever find yourself wandering around the streets in downtown Santiago in Chile in early May and you hear some loud live music and vibrant singing, do yourself a favor and go check it out. Chances are you are about to get your first glimpse of tinku, an upbeat festive dance that originated in […]
The Spanish introduced the Pase del Niño Christmas celebration hundreds of years ago. Infant Jesus is carried through towns and villages amidst dancing and costumes.
My favourite part of travelling in Bolivia, was experiencing the local culture. While I was in the capital, I was lucky to see the folkloric dances and music in La Paz
When I attended Gay Pride in Cochabamba, I realised that Cocha is not only the fourth biggest city it’s also one of the most progressive in Bolivia.
Carnival in Barranquilla is the most important folkloric display in Colombia. It’s also the second biggest in the world after the one in Rio de Janeiro.