The grace of the Marinera

We are starting a new section in our blog called Sights & Sounds of Aracari, where we will upload videos from all our trips. Starting with a charming capture of the grace of the Marinera, a graceful and romantic couple’s dance that uses handkerchiefs as props. The dance is an elegant reenactment of courtship, showing a blend of coastal Peruvian culture. You can experience this dance at the home of our contact in Trujillo, an exclusive opportunity for our clients.

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