Mystic tourism to be promoted during Ucayali Carnival
As part of celebrations for 2010 Ucayali Carnival, the Directorate of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Dircetur) organizes a shaman session in order to promote the mystic tourism in the area, with the participation of domestic and foreign tourists.
Head of Dircetur – Ucayali, Oscar Vasquez Alva said that 15 famous shamans of Ucayali department will be in charge of the session to be held on February 26, at 21:00 hours (02:00 GMT), at Divina Montańa Resort.>>>
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