Cuetzalan magical town: Visit to the northern mountains in Puebla and experience the Indian life of this Magical Town. This region is inhabited by the Nahuas Culture. However, they also inherited from the Totonacas the amazing custom of “Danza de los Voladores”, an eloquent pre-Hispanic ritual dance that presents the Totonaca cosmogony, the connection between men and gods on spatial planes.
We depart from Puebla City at 7:00 am towards Cuetzalan. Once we arrive to this region, our first stop is at Apulco, where we will admire the Pot waterfall. Then we continue to Yohualichan pyramids built by Totonaca Indians. This archaeological zone was strongly influenced by El Tajín, in Veracruz. We will tour the Cuetzalan town, where you can still see the Indians wearing their traditional handmade attires; Indian market with beautiful handcrafts to buy and don´t miss the regional gastronomy! Visit to the “Jarritos Church”, the main plaza and the San Francisco Parish. On Sundays, visit to the “Indian Market”, a unique on its kind where locals exchange goods instead of paying with money. You will find handcrafts and meals. At 5:30 pm, we return to Puebla City.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at hotel.
Duration: 14 hours.
Start/opening time: At 7.30am.
End/closing time: At 8.30pm.
Languages: English and Spanish.