It has been confirmed that Notting Hill Carnival of the UK has added a new addition to their delegation flying to the Seychelles for the 2014 edition of the Carnaval International de Victoria that will be taking place from April 25-27.
The carnival staged in the tropics virtually on the equator is this year being co-hosted by Seychelles, La Reunion, Madagascar, Mayotte, and South Africa KwaZulu Natal and has already received confirmation that all the best and most popular carnivals will again be parading together and followed by cultural troupes from the Community of Nations.
Notting Carnival of the UK, the Brazil Carnival, the Dusseldorf Carnaval of Germany, the Italy Carnival, the Indonesian Carnival, and the Trinidad&Tobago Carnival are all flying to Seychelles, and they will be parading alongside cultural troupes from the Community of Nations wanting to showcase their culture and in so doing their people as unique selling points to gain visibility for their countries.
The organizers of the carnival in Seychelles have confirmed that all is in place and everything is ready for another great edition of the annual Carnaval International de Victoria.
Notting Hill Carnival of the UK has added two ladies to their delegation after their success at the last carnival parade in London. Walking high like giants, the two ladies managed to steal the hearts of many of the young spectators who had lined the streets to watch the Notting Hill Carnival parade. Notting Hill Carnival has pulled the annual covered trophy as the Best International Carnival Delegation for three years running at the Carnaval International de Victoria.
Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture, has been following the confirmation notices from international delegations and said that he appreciated the support by all the best and most respected carnivals coming from Notting Hill in the UK, Dusseldorf in Germany, Brazil, Indonesia, and Trinidad&Tobago. “They use Seychelles to make their very own carnival more known and more visible; we benefit from their presence, because it brings even more cultural delegations from the Community of Nations wanting to benefit from visibility for their very own tourism industry,” Minister St.Ange said.
A great carnival awaits everyone in Seychelles from April 25-27 this year.