Cusco is celebrated on June 24 the "Inti Raymi", a
festival that is the legacy of the Inca Empire in honor of the sun
god and symbolized the indissoluble union between "Inti (the
sun) and children, men. It is the second most popular party in Latin
America after the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro.
Inti Raymi (quechua
"festival of the Sun") was an ancient Andean religious
ceremony to honor the sun god. The "Inti Raymi" contemporary
version is from the June 24, 1944 when the festivities were instituted
in the city in memory of their ancient origin and birthplace of
the great Inca civilization.
Below our selection of special tours Inti Raymi programs, please
make a choice: