Danza de los Voladores Tulum, Mexico

Danza de los Voladores Tulum, Mexico

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These men are part of a 5 strong group preforming a dance whose origins date back 450 years ago. The legend goes that it was created to ask the weather gods to end a long period of drought.

The five men climb a tall pole, circa 30 meters off the ground. One stays a platform on the top playing traditional music while the other four attach a rope around themselves and swing down the pole until they reach the ground.

In Tulum this is mostly a tourist attraction hoping to attract donations and tips.

This dance has been designated Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.

 

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