The Calabar Carnival, Cross River, Nigeria

The Calabar Carnival festival in Cross River State Of Nigeria, The Festival also tagged ” Africa’s Biggest Street Party”, was created as part of the vision of making the Cross River State, Nigeria, the number one tourist destination for Nigerians and tourists all over the world.

The Calabar Carnival
The Calabar Carnival

The carnival which begins every 1 December and lasts until 31 December has boosted the cultural mosaic of Nigeria people while entertaining millions of spectators within and outside the State, and boosting industry for all stakeholders.

History Of The Calabar Canival.

The Calabar Carnival
The Calabar Carnival

The Calabar Carnival has come a long way. It started in 2004, when the governor of Cross River State, Mr Donald Duke, had a vision of making the state a hub for tourism and hospitality in Nigeria and Africa.[1] The Carnival presents a perfect platform from brand visibility for consumer and market awareness.

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“According to Osima-Dokubo, the carnival aimed to include more aspects of local heritage and culture and at the same time strengthen the capacity of the locals to participate in an economically beneficial way.”

Recently, Cross River State has become the pride of Nigeria in the areas of tourism, carnivals and hospitality.

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