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Be present as the streets of Belize are set alight with masqueraders jiving to pulsating soca and reggae sounds, at “Carnival Road March” and “Jouvert”, on September 13th, 2014!
Getting in the groove of Belize is easy during this vivacious celebration of heritage and history. Experience the well-choreographed spectacle of colors and extravagant costume! It all starts with the early morning “Jouvert” (a chocolate and paint street-party through the streets of Belize City), followed by the costume parade, “Carnival Road March”!
- Jouvert 2014: Starting and Ending at the San Cas Plaza in Belize City (at 4:00 a.m.)
- Carnival Road March 2014: Starts at Yarborough and Ends at the B.T.L Park on Marine Parade (1:00 p.m.)
Photo-ops will be plenty, so get your camera settings ready for this once-a-year festival of colors throughout the principle streets of Belize City!
Be part of this unique celebration of unity, with the diverse population of Belize!
First organized in 1975 by “The Committee of Forty” to extend the celebratory mode of Belize’s Independence Day and Battle of St. George’s Caye Day celebrations, Carnival remains a top attraction during September!
Providing an escape from your routine, be here for all the fun, Be One with Belize! For more information on this and other events happening in Belize, or to get tips on planning your dream vacation, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us TOLL FREE at: 1-800-624-0686.