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Why locals and Tourists should visit Corozal

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Corozal played an important role as a trading center throughout Mayan history, and settlement in modern day Corozal started in the mid-1800s as Mestizo refugees fled fromCorozal played an important role as a trading center throughout Mayan history, and settlement in modern day Corozal started in the mid-1800s as Mestizo refugees fled from neighboring Mexico. Today, Latin culture and language has persisted in the community, and a large portion of Corozal’s 10,000 residents speak Spanish.
The entire town was annihilated during a hurricane in 1955, and the town has since been rebuilt. Buildings are well-maintained and most of the action happens in the the town’s central park, a place where locals convene. Services available in town cater mainly to Corozal’s residents, including a small bayfront farmer’s market, local eateries, shops, and a couple of banks.
Visitors to Corozal have a handful of accommodations to choose from, including a few waterfront options mostly clustered around the …

Colors fest 2018 was held at Corozal Rainbow Beach

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It was the second annual Colors Beach Festival Foam # Paint # Water. COLORS BEACH FESTIVAL | Foam + Paint + Water was held on Saturday July 21, 2018 @ Rainbow Beach. This event is several DJ's come and party all night djing. While paint-foam-water is being thrown at the audience. Music By: DJ Callie - DJ Kenneth - Generation 2 - DJ Infinity - DeeJay Dev + Special Guest NO FEAR DJS & DJ ODYSSEY 15$ were presold tickets and 20$ at the gate was charged for tickets. Colors fest was one of the fun night to see everyone dancing and getting painted. They even threw glow in the dark sticks to hyoen the croud. There were inclusive bar aea for drinks.