GIMME 5 and Carnival

October 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);Oct2010 Barbados Supplement, Vol. 5, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports that travel agents as a part of Barbados Tourism Authority's Gimme 5 and Fly familiarization tour were given an experience of participating in the Crop Over carnival. The agents were dressed in locally made and specially designed Carnival attire to recreate the carnival atmosphere. It states that the annual festival begins at the end of June and lasts to the beginning of August.


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