Noche de Animas November 01 at Morelia

We will know the traditional night of the Day of the Dead in Michoacán in which we will start at Tupátaro, a small town, where we will visit the Sixtine Chapel of Michoacán with its 16th century sky and gold-plated altarpiece. We will also be part of the Atole Fair, where you can taste different.

flavors of this drink. We continue to Cuanajo, the festival in this town is the offering of the Caballito. It is a wooden horse with flowers, bread, fruit, which is offered to the souls to its return to the underworld. We will visit 3 family houses, where we will learn about their traditions. It is suggested to bring an offering to the families. Departure to San Pedrito dock for transfer by boat to Pacanda Island. In a panoramic way, we can admire the butterfly fishermen on the island of Janitzio without getting off the boat. Upon reaching Pacanda Island, walk to the cemetery, with respect, we will visit this cemetery that still keeps its traditions of watching over their souls; With the ringing of the bells at midnight, the offerings from the houses begin to be transferred to the cemetery. Return to the pier to embark to Ucasanástacua and from there transfer to Arocutin, where we will visit its unique cemetery within the atrium of the church. Return to the city of Morelia. Meeting point: Ignacio Zaragoza 93, Col. Centro Morelia

Includes: Island boat, certified tourist guide, round trip transportation from your hotel and traveler insurance

Exclusions: voluntary offering of fruit, bread or candles for the host family, food, beverages or expenses not specified.

Duration: 08 hrs 30 minutes

Schedule: 19:00 hrs please arrive 15 minutes earlier

Only Date: 01 of Nov for dawn 02 Nov

Minimum: 02 passengers