The Feria de Alasitas, meaning “abundance”, is celebrated in honour of the God of abundance, Ekeko. Every year, households make offerings to dwarf...
Join in the fun at Bolivia’s most spectacular carnival, which consists of a week-long party with costumes, parades, floats, water fights and...
Every year on the third Sunday of March, the community of Tarabuco celebrate perhaps one of the best known indigenous festivals in the country....
Below are listed Public Holidays for the January 2013-December 2014 period.
Additional holidays are observed by individual provinces and towns.
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