Perhaps Bolivia’s Finest Attraction for the Culturally Minded Traveler – happens once every two years

Chiquitos Missions Baroque Music Festival in Bolivia: April 24-29, 2008

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Aracari has organized a tour to Bolivia to experience the International American Baroque and Renaissance Music Festival this April 2008. The festival only takes place every two years and is the best way to see, hear, and experience this fascinating polyglot culture from Bolivia’s unexplored Amazonian basin. The Jesuit Missions of Chiquitos, located in remote villages in the Bolivian jungle, are an extremely unique setting for listening to the sounds of Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Purcell (and many others).

Aracari’s Chiquitos Missions Music Festival itinerary will transport passengers to the age of the Missions and will provide enough time to attend the concerts and visit the villages and churches. Passengers will be able to appreciate the region’s unique architecture, its landscape with vast, flat, tropical plains, and outstanding musical heritage.

Please contact us for more information on this special journey.

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