Festivals are celebrations of a culture; be it local, regional or national and are often flamboyant spectacles giving visitors a unique insight into the history of a nation. We take a look at some of the most exciting in the furthest corners of our planet.
Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos is a two day national holiday in Mexico.
Currently in its 13 year the Hornbill festival is set in the verdant North-East Indian state of Nagaland.
The current incarnation’s roots go back to American minstrel tours of [...]
Songkran Water Festival, the traditional Thai New Year, is celebrated in early April.
Known by a number of variations and contractions of Deepavali this religious festival takes place over five days, between mid October and mid November.