- Cumbia, a rythm that's afusion of indian, black and white elements simulating a couple courting were the woman dances subtly moving her hips to the rythm of the tambora (drum) and flauta de millo (a typical kind of flute)
- Garabato, which symbolizes man's victory over death
There is no single Joselito, anyone can tour the streets with a figure of Joselito, or even a friend or relative dressed as him. This is a frequent custom practiced by people of all ages, creeds, races, and sexes as a final indulgement before the start of Lent. Thus, Joselito’s funeral marks the end of the feasts of the Dios Momo.
- You can book a full tour through a local travel agency; make sure it includes a 3 day ticket for the galleries. If you want to enjoy the full carnival you must save at least 5 days of your itinerary. Flying from Bogotá you'll pay around US$800 including entrances. A good hotel would be around US$50 per person/pr night. You can also Rent a 3 bed flat for about US$150 pn.
- You can't buy tickets directly from the Carnival, you must get them through www.tuboleta.com but they only take local credit cards....bare with us, we are changing!