This famous grape-harvest festival includes all manner of processions, beauty contests, cockfights and horse shows, music and dancing, and of course, free-flowing pisco and wine.
This religious pilgrimage culminates in fireworks and a traditional procession of the faithful that keeps going all night.
Tourist Week brings food, festivals, dancing and more.
A music, dance and food celebration of Afro-Peruvian culture.
Celebrating independence from Spain.
The festival in honor of the patron virgin.
Carnaval inspires the water-throwing antics typical of any Latin American carnaval, plus dancers in beautiful costumes.
Celebration of the founding of the city by the Spanish conquistadors on June 17, 1563.
Lunahuaná's Grape harvest is in the second week of March.
Lunahuaná hosts an adventure-sports festival in late February or early March.