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Rhythms of the Night VIP - SAVIA

Rhythms of the Night VIP - SAVIA

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Savia, by Rythms of the Night is a first-level staging; created by the talented Gilles Ste Croix, co-founder of Cirque du Soleil, with set design by Eugenio Caballero, Oscar winner for his work as art director in the film El Laberinto del Fauno, the only Mexican who has had the honor of receiving This recognized award.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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Day of the Dead Tour in Cancun

Day of the Dead Tour in Cancun

Why is the Day of the Dead celebrated in Mexico? What is magical about celebrating death? Discover why this mystical celebration teaches us that death is part of life and we should celebrate it. Delve into one of the most important traditions of Latin America and interact with the living soul of this Mexican culture treasure. Get to know the colorful altars and offerings, especially the exquisite cuisine with which Mexicans remember their faithful departed. The Day of the Dead is an event that only takes place once a year and you cannot miss!
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  • 2 hours
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Day of the Dead Celebration in Oaxaca

Day of the Dead Celebration in Oaxaca

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Experience Day of the Dead in true Oaxacan fashion with this small group tour. Join your local guide to check out colorful sugar skulls, traditional pan de muerto, and elaborate home altars laden with candles and the favorite foods of deceased loved ones. Visit on October 31 to see locals decorating graves with vibrant flowers and treats, or November 1 for a lively parade with costumes, music, and dancing.
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