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Cabarete Carnaval Brings People Together!

Cabarete Carnaval 2016 Dominican Republic

It’s humbling to see a community getting together the way it did on the north coast of The Dominican Republic this weekend. With representation from all over the country, young and old got together to celebrate the history and culture of the Dominican and Caribbean people. The world famous carnival has arrived to the north, to remember and honor the slaves that paved the road for what is a free people and a country in full bloom today. It’s an event that brings people together.

 

 

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Cabarete es un Carnaval!

Cabarete CarnavalAfter a successful 2015 test run for the Cabarete Carnaval Event, 2016 is coming strong with the official Dominican Republic Carnaval hosted by The Ministry Of Tourism and The Association of Hotels & Restaurants Cabarete and Sosua (ASHORESOCA) and travel company ZeZee Travel on March 19th.






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Dominican Carnivals: One Big Colorful Party.

Cabarete Carnaval 2016 Dominican RepublicIt’s late Febuary in the DR and you can hear from a far the lyrics to a famous carnaval song… “Baila en la calle de noche, baila en la calle de día!”.Dancing on the Street at night, dancing on the Street at daytime. Dominican traditions can easily translate into color, dance, joy and music. And that’s what has happened with its Carnivals. Each region and town gathers to celebrate in a massive party around the main streets, each with their own style, characters and costumes. This usually happens every weekend in February, but it can also carry on until March.

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2016 Carnaval Video

It’s humbling to see a community getting together for a carnival the way it did on the north coast of The Dominican Republic this year. Check out the story :) 

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