Customs and Traditions

We humans create culture. Our way of thinking, feeling and acting, the language we speak, our beliefs, our food and our art are some of our cultural expressions.

This collection of knowledge and experience is transmitted from generation to generation in different ways. Children learn from adults and adults from parents. They learn from what they hear and what they read; They also learn from what they see and experience themselves in daily coexistence. Tradition is inherited.

Through the transmission of their customs and traditions, a social group tries to ensure that the younger generation provides continuity to the knowledge, values ​​and interests that differentiate them as a group and differentiate them from others.

Keeping a tradition of community or country means practicing the habits, habits, ways of life and the way people behave.

Habits and religious celebrations, pagan rituals and everyday use respond to the pattern of Hispanic Indians who have been mixed in such a way that it gives rise to their own mestizo culture, which identifies this northern region of Argentina.

In this way, it is not surprising that the popular celebrations taking place in various cities in Salta combine the religious spirit with the colorful magic that comes from their traditional music, dance and rituals.

The words, songs, instruments and even the way of dressing make Salta a man distinguished by calmness, sympathy and sympathy.


Compartments and tents

In Salta, its main manifestations are compama and goldfish. Tempat wisata seru. Composers are formed by neighboring groups who write songs and dances dressed in rich costumes that identify them, inspired by original designs. And the tent is the place where the carnival is celebrated, with folk dances and music played by the popular orchestra. February
Gaucho Parade

Watching the parade of gauchos is a surprising and emotional experience. His rider, who came from an isolated place with the best horses and his distinctive outfit to honor Gral’s memory. Güemes, every June 17th.
The history of the Salta people

Salta is home to great artists, club buffs can enjoy the most authentic samples of popular songs and dances. For guitar and drum sounds, you can hear zambas, chacareras and the cute Andes carnavalitos. There is a music festival throughout the year. Serenade to Cafayate. Festival Chicha, Craftsmen Festival Calchaquíes Valley among others.
Pachamama Pesta

This is done throughout the northwest, though it is needed with special interest in the mountains that belong to the Inca empire. From the pre-Columbian roots, this is one of the most important popular festivals in the province. Participants dug a hole in the ground, where they offered offerings to the pacha or mother earth, consisting of food, drink, coca leaf, sacred plants for the Incas. People are grateful for all that has been received and ask for the fecundity of the next plant. In august