Caribbean carnivals or Caribbean carnivals are known for being a colorful style of partying. Caribbean Carnival is one of the most joyful and varied carnival expressions around the world that has a lot of elements and characteristics that are sometimes difficult to understand.
No matter what they are called, the parrandas, carnivals, charangas or romerías, these are folkloric festivals of great importance for the identity of the Cuban. Some of the festivities have been taking place for centuries, consolidating as historical festive events.
The celebration of San Juan Camagüeyano is a festival that takes place every year in the city of Camagüey, the island of Cuba. This celebration is based on religious practices that have acquired a lot of cultural elements over time.
The Romerías de Mayo is a celebration of an artistic and religious character that takes place every year in the city of Holguín, the island of Cuba. Today, the festivities are carried out by the Asociación Hermanos Saiz, which is an organization with cultural and artistic purposes.
The Parrandas de Punta Alegre is a celebration that takes place every year in the Province of Ciego de Avila. The parrandas have a trajectory of more than 100 years, which makes it one of the oldest celebrations in the region.
The Havana Carnival is one of the most important and oldest festivals of the island of Cuba, celebrated every year during the month of August. The carnival festivities have a long tradition, having been officially celebrated for more than a century.
The Charangas de Bejucal is a celebration that takes place every year in Cuba, it is one of the biggest and most awaited festivals in the country after the Parranda de Remedios and the Havana Carnival.
The Parrandas de Chambas are celebrations that take place in the province of Chambas, Ciego de Avila. These parrandas is one of the oldest in Cuba and is one of the most awaited celebrations in the central region of the country.