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WIMCO Villas presents articles about celebrating Mardi Gras on the Caribbean islands of St. Barths, St. Martin, The Virgin Islands, Anguilla, Turks & Caicos, and Barbados.

Parade and Bonfire to End Carnaval

Every year, the Carnaval festivities on St. Barths come to a dramatic close with one last hurrah – the Wednesday following Mardis Gras.  In keeping with tradition, there is a final parade in which a...

Carnaval in the Streets of Gustavia

The streets of Gustavia were filled with throngs of costumed revelers this Tuesday, in celebration of Mardis Gras.  People of all ages gathered along the harbor to dance, sing, and let loose in the tropical...

Children’s Mardi Gras in St. Barths

This Tuesday marked the beginning of spring vacation for the school children of St. Barths.  While the adults celebrate Mardi Gras with a Carnaval celebration on March 4th, the primary schools on the island hold...

Thrill Your Senses- St. Barths Carnaval 2012

Beginning on Friday, February 17, the island of St.  Barths will be holding their annual Caribbean Carnaval.  Enjoy the celebrations as your eyes brighten, ears dance, and nose craves island food.  The vibrant and symbolic...

St. Barths’ Carnaval

Yes, I was there…bronzing in the sun yet cooled by ocean breezes, stimulated by pounding music yet mellowed by smooth rum…smiling ear to ear as I danced down the streets of Gustavia in this year’s...

Celebrating Carnaval on St. Barths!

Island music, delicious food, and a festive atmosphere- it must be Carnaval on St. Barths! Music hums in the air and costumed dancers sway in the streets as the city of Gustavia bursts to life...

The Party Goes On and On: Carnival in St. Martin

If Carnival is just one big party throughout the Caribbean, no island throws a bigger bash than St. Martin. Over 17 days and nights, the entire island joins the celebration. Confetti flies through the air...

Dancing in the Streets: Carnaval on St. Barths

Costumed dancers take to the streets of Gustavia and the sound of music can be heard from every corner of St Barts’ capital city. Children and adults dressed in costumes fill the streets, reminiscent of...

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