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Here we present unique experiences from the wild partylife around the world.

Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Rio Carnaval, Brazil, from 2 to 5 February 2008 - Get ready for the big party!

2007-11-15
The show must go on in Rio next year too. It`s time to prepare for the 2008 Samba Parade, Rio Carnival Balls, Scala Balls, Samba Land, Samba School Nights and Samba City. Here you can experience the true culture of Brazil. The carnival is very important to the Brazilians being their very rich cultural manifestation. Rio Carnival 2008 starts on Saturday 2 February and ends on Fat Tuesday 5 February.

Photo. Procession - dancing, singing and drumming from dusk to dawn for four days. © Brazilian Explorer - www.brazil.de

Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is unforgettable. The city explodes in joy and music. There are hundreds of street festivities and bands everywhere, but nothing compares to the gigantic party at the sambodrome parade.

The Samba School Parade at Rio´s Sambodrome is something everybody has to experience at least once in life. The event is broadcast live to several countries, and to all Brazilian states.

There are also free Rio Carnival Events as:  
• Street Bands
• Street Parties
• Outside the Sambodromo
• Merry Making in Lapa
• Rehearsals in the community
• Sambodromo Rehearsals

The Brazilian Carnival is an annual festival in Brazil held 40 days before Easter and marks the beginning of Lent. 
 
Get more information about the 2008 Carnival in Rio de Janeiro: read about programs, events and venues with description, recommendations, schedule and ticket details at the websites below. You will also find 2008 Samba Parade tickets and costumes on the mentioned websites below:

www.ipanema.com/carnival
www.rio-carnival.net

Experiencing the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is like taking a journey in a fantasy world!

Stein Morten Lund, 15 November 2007

Additional information
Read more about the carnival and see beautiful photos on our website www.TravelExplorations.com

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