Although the Carnival of Cozumel boasts several events and lasts for many days, the most important days for the celebration are Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Mardi Gras. The city completely shuts down from the early morning hours all through the night due to the parades and parties.
If you can make it to the Guaranducha Cozumeña, don’t pass on the opportunity, together with the live parodies and the troupes of poets.
The fantasy troupes, mainly composed of young people, transmit that joie de vivre that only the youngest among us feel, although more mature audiences also get caught up in the fun. These troupes perform up to 10 times a day, hence the need for some youth and endurance if you want to take part.
Another attraction to consider are the decorations in the city, which help it take on a unique appearance. In fact, it is a tradition to decorate the promenade in addition to the two stages located in the main parks of the city where the best performances take place with allegories that reference the theme of Carnival for that year.
Without question, Cozumel lives for Carnival.