Carnaval Mabó

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico (February of each Year)

The picturesque Carnival Mabó consists of three days of pure cultural events, where the elements of a colorful and folkloric parade of comparsas, musical shows, the Festival of the “Patita Guisá”, the Burial of the Sardine and the traditional Coronation of the Queens children and youth takes place. This Carnival is one of the most popular of all Puerto Rico and always has an espectacular music offering of national headliners.

*Free entrance

Phone: 787-720-4040 exts. 6513 y 6524
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Address: Paseo Tablado de Guaynabo, Av. Sta. Rosa Carr, Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

Cacique Mabó
A Cacique is a leader of an indigenous group, derived from the Taíno word kasikɛ for the pre-Columbian tribal chiefs in the Bahamas, the Greater Antilles, and the northern Lesser Antilles. Mabó was a good provider for his people, a good farmer and had very good skills that enabled him to be the leader of his “Yucayeque”, the town known today as Guaynabo.

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