We are here to give you the festival details as the exciting Goa Carnival 2023 returns. Panjim, Mapusa, Margao, and Vasco are the four major Goa cities where the Goa Carnival 2023 will be held from February 18–21.
You are missing out on a lot of fun if you have never been to Goa’s well-known annual carnival. During the carnival, Goa as a whole bursts into song and dance, which is a sight to behold.
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The carnival this year takes place over a long weekend (Saturday to Tuesday). When would be a better time to take in this vibrant cultural event?
We are here to provide you with festival information as the thrilling Goa Carnival makes a comeback. The four main Goa cities of Panjim, Mapusa, Margao, and Vasco will host the Goa Carnival 2023 from February 18–21.
If you’ve never experienced Goa’s well-known annual carnival, you’re missing out on a lot of fun. A sight to behold is when Goa as a whole breaks into song and dance during the carnival.
This year’s carnival is held over a long weekend (Saturday to Tuesday). When would the ideal time be to experience this exciting cultural event?
The carnival is led by Carnival King Momo, who is followed by a long procession of performers, including musicians, dancers, acrobats, and people wearing eye-catching and colourful costumes.
As numerous locations in Goa host grand masquerade balls, the fun and festivities continue. Everything is related to the carnival. Since the majority of Goa’s restaurants will serve regional specialties during the carnival, it’s also the best time to indulge in local cuisine.
Goa Carnival 2023
When: February 18 – 21, 2023
Where: Panjim, Mapusa, Margao and Vasco
Entry fee: No entry free for the carnival; INR 100 for the Red & Black Dance.