As you may know, the San Fermin takes place each year on the exact same dates – July 6 -14. As a result, we are able to offer our packages more than a year in advance.
Below are the incredible experiences we are set to offer in 2018. Don’t miss out on the trip of a lifetime!
The 2018 Opening Ceremonies is set to begin on Friday, July 6th, 2018, and we will be there for the start of the party! For those considering these dates, we want to best prepare you for what to expect in Pamplona.
The first 24 hours of the San Fermin Festival, known as the Chupianzo, is quite a celebration. No matter the day of the week, the city doesn’t sleep from July 6th into the 7th, and our guests usually follow suit. In 2017, July 6th falls on a Friday, so we are expecting a party like no other!
$1,995 per person, based on double occupancy
If you are interested in attending for this segment, we would recommend booking as soon as possible. This portion of the festival typically sells out about 6 months before the San Fermin gets underway. Since we pride ourselves on a personable service, we put a hard cap on the number of clients we book.
The middle of the festival is a step down in terms of intensity, but like each day of the San Fermin festival, is full of tradition. These dates are popular with those who are looking to take in a little bit more of the Navarre region.
We have structured this package around an additional day in the region, featuring a bonus morning on our balcony. A trip to the beautiful beach town of San Sebastian is also a popular destination for our guests during these days, which we are happy to help organize upon request.
$1,895 per person, based on double occupancy
The closing ceremonies are typically the calmest days of the festival, but with the 2017 dates falling on the weekend, the party might be a bit more lively than most years. This portion is popular with those on more of a budget, as the overall cost is a bit less than other segments of the festival. Since the celebration ends at midnight on the 15th, there is one fewer opportunities to watch or participate in the encierro.
The “Pobre de mí” marks the conclusion of the San Fermin Festival, which is an intimate candlelight ceremony capped by fireworks and marching bands. This is the only portion of the festival where this takes place, which makes it unique.
$1,495 per person, based on double occupancy
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