Enjoy a 100% authentic experience visiting the Parade of the Thousand Polleras with our VIP package.
For the Parade of the Thousand Polleras the participation of more than 10,000 women dressed with the Pollera, men wearing the traditional Sombrero Pintado and local bands are expected. With Cubitá Tours you have the exclusive opportunity of enjoying the Parade of the Thousand Polleras in a comfortable way, accompanied by an expert guide of Panama’s folkloric traditions.
For questions and reservations of this unique and 100% authentic experience at the Parade of the Thousand Polleras, please contact us at 978-0200 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Reserve now and don’t miss this unique and 100% authentic experience:
Your Cubitá Tours guide will provide you in-depth information about the Polleras and Panama’s folkloric traditions.
Participate in this activity to enjoy a unique and spectacular parade of more than 10,000 women dressed in their Polleras.
Enjoy the best view on the parade from our VIP balcony. At the same time you will have a comfortable house equipped with chairs and a toilet.
Transportation from and to your hotel so you don’t have to worry about the route or finding a parking spot.
Saturday, January 16
Parade of the Thousand Polleras
In the early afternoon we will head to Las Tablas to enjoy the Parade of the Thousand Polleras. We will settle at an exclusively reserved area – a first floor flat with balcony offering direct views on the parade. Here we will enjoy all comfort – chairs, shade, toilet, traditional snacks and an open-bar – and see the splendorous Panamanian national costume in all its forms on the streets of Las Tablas. Our guide – an expert in Panama’s traditions and folklore – will explain us all about the Pollera dress while more than 10,000 women dressed in their Polleras parade and dance to the Tamborito and Murga music. The women who parade proudly wear the different variations of the Panamanian Pollera dress, among them the Montuna Santeña, the Ocueña, the Veraguense, the Coquito and of course the Pollera de Gala. The ladies are usually accompanied by their men, also wearing traditional clothes.
|About the Parade of the Thousand Polleras|
|Date:||January 16, 2016|
|Bring:||Light clothes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera.|