La Ceiba Carnival 2016

The La Ceiba Carnival is one of the best events in Honduras, and each year, it promises to be every bit as lively and popular as the prior celebrations. Once again, this festival that revolves around the city’s patron saint will begin with the election of the Carnival queen and will end with a large parade and party along Avenida San Isidro. Wedged in between are various other celebrations, the likes of which include small neighborhood carnivals, and revelers can always take an interest in the Carnival rides that are set up at the city fairgrounds.

The carnival in La Ceiba is the biggest celebration of its kind in Central America. Hundreds of thousands pour into town to enjoy the festivities. The main celebration takes place in late May and includes a big parade that features plenty of colorful characters. After this parade ends, thousands of revelers remain in the streets and the city basically becomes one large street party. Food and beverages are sold all night long, and partygoers can pick up souvenirs on the side.

The La Ceiba Carnival can certainly be a wonderful thing to include on a Honduras vacation itinerary, especially since there are plenty of options for things to do on the side when you aren’t partying in the streets with hundreds of thousands of other people. La Ceiba visitors should find it easy to arrange fun eco-tours, for example, and there are area beaches to relax on. Visiting Garifuna villages is just one more way to keep busy on the side, and the option to head out to the Bay Islands is also an idea. In other words, your La Ceiba Carnival experience can be blended with any other number of rewarding experiences.

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