Today is a non-working holiday for San Juan and Farmer’s Day

Today is a non-working holiday for San Juan and Farmer’s Day
Today is a non-working holiday for San Juan and Farmer’s Day

Yesterday, the streets of Tingo María were packed with visitors arriving for activities for San Juan, the most important festival in the jungle. That is why today, June 24, is a holiday throughout the department of Huánuco.
According to Regional Ordinance 069-3017-GRHCO, June 24 is a holiday “in the Huánuco region”, both for the San Juan Festival and for the Peasant’s Day, which are celebrated on the same day.
Public institutions such as the Regional Government, Seda Huánuco and the Judiciary will not open to the public today. The ordinance specifies that the holiday for the private sector is optional, and in the public sector the hours not worked will be recovered.
Meanwhile, the increase in visitors to Tingo María has generated an increase in demand for hotels and tickets, considerably raising prices. Until last night few hotels had rooms available.
Last night, as part of the celebrations, the Tulumayos bonfire took place at Playa Tingo. During this busy event, dozens of dance groups presented their interpretations of the Tulumayos dances, around a bonfire.

 
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