● February - Carnivals: On this date fun and joy prevail as the neighbors play with each other, throwing water and talc, sharing food, and dancing among themselves. A very strong tradition of this event is the practice of the yunza, where a tree that has been previously decorated is cut down.
● End of May - Festival of the Lord of Qoyllur Rit'i: It is a religious festival that has been taking place for more than 2 centuries. It consists of a perenigration towards the Sinakara Sanctuary, located at 4600 meters above sea level, where fireworks are danced, sung, and lit.
● June - Inti Raymi: Here, the Inti, Sun god is worshiped. Every year there is a representation of the Inti Raymi in Inca times, an event that attracts thousands of tourists during this date.