One of the most important and popular seasons is about to begin, the Day of the Dead, a tradition that has been maintained over the years and even more and more locals and foreigners are taking part in it.
In all corners of the country, events and celebrations are held that commemorate the Day of the Dead, such as altars, processions, festivals, among much more.
During this season, in Guadalajara you can visit a place that encompasses some of the traditions that revolve around this holiday, so that travelers from all over the country and the world can learn more about the Day of the Dead.
This is Calaverandia, a theme park located in the Ávila Camacho Park, in Guadalajara, which can be visited starting October 26 and will have magical experiences, multimedia shows, live music, gastronomy, artistic installations, among many surprises. further.
Among the shows and attractions you will find in Calverandia are the following:
ALMA 4D Multimedia Show, Beyond what you imagine!
It is a show that tells the incredible story of the Day of the Dead, from pre-Hispanic times to the present day, through a monumental water screen that will take you on a magnificent journey where you will live a moment full of memorable memories.
This year, the show will feature new and exciting surprises accompanied by special effects, performers, robotic lighting, technology and impressive jets more than 15 meters high, creating a unique immersive experience.
The Great Altar and its New Show, The most vivid celebration!
The altar of the dead is one of the most important symbols of this celebration, as it is the bond that unites the living with the dead, therefore it cannot be missing in Calaverandia.
The Great Altar of Calaverandia measures 15 meters high and is transformed into an impressive stage full of nostalgia and joy with a living show.
In Omitlán it is an ancient Mexican town outside of reality that transports you to a living caricature with houses made of bones and corners full of colors.
In this place the town is born from the memories and imagination of Omi, the official character of Calaverandia.
Omitlán is the place where we all bring out the child within us, and this year it will be renewed with “Chúmbula”, a moment where the skulls dressed for the holiday come out to dance at the ringing of the bell.
In addition, you will find The Great Tracsa Slide and a ball fountain, where you can enjoy a magical and fun moment.
In the Underworld they will live a fascinating experience full of adventure, where they will make a journey through the mystical obstacles that are experienced when going to Mictlán; a path where the soul detaches itself from the body to reach the luminous Mictlán.
In this place they will witness a battle between Mexica gods to invoke the ritual of a new life, through a unique combination of mysticism and technology.
The Tecnolite Cemetery
In this place they will be able to honor and reunite with the memory of their deceased.
In its mausoleum you will discover the infinity of light and learn the stories that each of the tombs tell.
Furthermore, through their characters, they will be part of an incredible experience; You will admire beautiful monarch butterflies, which represent the journey that the souls of loved ones make to reunite with one.
This cemetery is an ode to life, love and memory, it is a space where memory transcends time and death.
This year, Calverandia will have a new show where the monarch butterfly will be the main character, making a journey where it will encounter a series of obstacles on its way to its final destination, “the altar of the dead and the reunion of the souls with their loved ones.”
Tickets are now on sale at Phase 2 prices, which are as follows:
- Adult general bill: $680
- Child general ticket: $350
- Adult comfort pass ticket: $1,380
- Child comfort pass ticket: $790
- Seniors, presenting their INAPAM credential, pay $530 in general ticket.
- Travelers with disabilities pay $460 for a general ticket.
General tickets include: Alma 4D Multimedia Show, Tümü New Show, the Great Altar and its New Show, Omitlán, Underworld, Tecnolite Cemetery, Plaza McCormick, El Pueblito, Pelotas fountain, limbo, artistic installations, interactive games, gigantism, characterized characters, photomoments, among others.
Comfort pass tickets include: Access to General Ticket attractions, the Great Tracsa Slide, the Trajineras, Quick access to Attractions, Preferential places in Shows, preferential parking area, access to Comfort Zone Tequila San Matías Gran Reserva (sale of alcoholic beverages and food, special rest area and deck overlooking the lake).
Calaverandia can be visited on Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., and Fridays and Saturdays from 7:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. It will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
If you want to know more details to organize your visit or buy your tickets, visit the official page of Calaverandia.
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