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Inti Raymi June 24th

INTI RAYMI CUSCO JUNE 24TH 
During the Inca Empire, the Inti Raymi was the most important of four ceremonies celebrated in Cusco, as related by Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. The celebration took place in the Haukaypata or the main plaza in the city.
The Inti Raymi ( " Festival of the Sun " ) was a religious ceremony of the Inca Empire in honor of the god Inti, one of the most venerated gods in Inca Religion . It really was the celebration of the Winter Solstice - the shortest day of the year in terms of the time between sunrise and sunset. In Peru, which falls below the equator, the months of June & July are Winter months.
According to chronicler Garcilaso de la Vega, Sapa Inca Pachacuti created the Inti Raymi to celebrate the new year in the Andes of the Southern Hemisphere. Since 1944, a theatrical representation of the Inti Raymi has been taking place at Sacsayhuaman ( two km. from Cusco ) on June 24 of each year, attracting thousands of tourist and local visitors. The ceremony was also said to indicate the mythical origin of the Incas. It lasted for nine days and was filled with colorful dances and processions, as well as animal sacrifices to ensure a good cropping season. The last Inti Raymi with the Inca Emperor's presence was carried out in 1535, after which the Spanish conquest and the Catholic Church share it. In 1944, a historical reconstruction of the Inti Raymi was directed by Faustino Espinoza Navarro and indigenous actors. The first reconstruction was largely based on the chronicles of Garcilaso de la Vega and only referred to the religious ceremony.
Inti Raymi is still celebrated in indigenous cultures throughout the Andes. Celebrations involve music, colorful costumes (most notable the woven aya huma mask) and the sharing of food. In many parts of the Andes, this celebration has been connected to the festivals of Saint John the Baptist, which falls on the day after the northern solstice
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Inca Trail to Machupicchu

The trek is rated moderate and any reasonably fit person should be able to cover the route. It is fairly challenging nevertheless, and altitudes of 4200m are reached, so ensuring that you are well acclimatized is important. If arriving from sea level, plan to spend at least 2 full days in Cusco ( 3 days is better ) prior to commencing the trek. This should allow plenty of time for acclimatization and give you sufficient opportunity to visit…

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Daily departure to Machupicchu by Car

Day 01: Ollantaytambo - Santa Teresa                                                                                              

the journey out will be 07:30 am in the main square of your hotel. We continue the journey along a winding ascent toward the Abra Malaga and the snowy veronica is located at an altitude of 4,316 meters where we can enjoy the magnificent landscapes of the Cusco geography. After a…

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Assistance on your arrival in Lima and transfer to your selected hotel. Free time to rest and prepare for starting your trip around this unusual city and magical country.

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Inti Raymi June 24th

INTI RAYMI CUSCO JUNE 24TH 

During the Inca Empire, the Inti Raymi was the most important of four ceremonies celebrated in Cusco, as related by Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. The celebration took place in the Haukaypata or the main plaza in the city.

The Inti Raymi ( " Festival of the Sun " ) was a religious ceremony of the Inca Empire in honor of the god Inti, one of the most venerated gods in Inca Religion . It really was the celebration of the Winter Solstice - the shortest…

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At 11:36am on March 10, 2014, TOUR in PERU - Tour Operator said…

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At 11:05pm on February 1, 2013, SinghRajput said…

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At 10:39am on April 6, 2011, Tshewang said…
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At 4:06am on March 5, 2011, Aaro Bhutan Tours & Treks said…

thanks for adding me and would be great to render our services and at the same time avail your services too since we are in the same line of profession. Looking forward for friendship and promote tourism in both the countries.

At 5:09pm on February 10, 2011, Tony Humphrey said…

I'll try and get you some info re 'Tippe' in Vancouver.
We have an online application form... no cost for any of our services when you offer direct booking savings or special offers to our members.
Go to 'add your site' at top right corner of our front page at www.TheTopTravelClub.com   we will create your listed links and ask for your approval.

Re 'Tippe'....here are some links fyi.

www.ricktippe.com / www.elmertippe.familyplanit.com / www.myspace.com/elmertippe

Elmer was also a well known Radio DJ in Vancouver...also IMO a great c&w artist.

Happy ancestor research to you...cheers,  tony

At 12:57pm on February 10, 2011, Tony Humphrey said…
Good to be connected with you Axel.... we have a country and western singer in Vancouver with the name Tippe...any relation.....also have you considered adding your tours to www.TheTopTravelClub.com  ?  cheers, tony
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