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6 Summer Carnivals to Visit in the the Caribbean

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - July 14, 2017
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Spice Mas, Grenada Festivities began in earnest in July but continue for a full month on the “spice island,” where revelers can get their fill of kaiso and soca as well as traditional calypso and steel pan music at celebrations that get progressively more exuberant as the weeks wear on. By Carnival’s final last hurrah (beginning August 14), we won’t be surprised if the entire island is jumping. Now through August 15.


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