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Five Caribbean Festivals to Visit in August

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - July 26, 2013
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There’s always something exciting to do in the Caribbean, and summertime is no exception. Whether you’re looking to party in a frenzied carnival extravaganza or listen to some of the world’s best musicians, next month is full of high-powered events. Take a look at five events you won’t want to miss in the Caribbean in August.


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SpiceMas, Grenada’s carnival is the dominant festival in the country for most of the first half of August — and it’s one of the Caribbean’s liveliest carnivals.


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